Silver medal in ice dance
Defending Olympic champions Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir won the silver medal in ice dance. The pair briefly set a world record with their score until their chief rivals, U.S. team Meryl Davis and Charlie White, beat the record to take gold. Virtue and Moir have indicated that this will be their final skate at the Olympics. Read the full story.
No medal for Canada in the two-man bobsleigh
Justin Kripps and Bryan Barnett (Canada 3) were hoping for a podium finish but had a few bumps on their final run and finished in sixth place. Chris Spring and Jesse Lumsden (Canada 2) were just behind in seventh, while Lyndon Rush and Lascelles Brown (Canada 1) finished ninth.
Women’s hockey team to face U.S. for gold
Canada beat Switzerland 3-1 in a semi-final match and will now face the U.S. team in the gold medal game.
Gerrits places eighth in aerials
Canada’s Travis Gerrits was the only Canadian to qualify for this event and finished in seventh place. He was considered a possible medalist in the event on the strength of his first-place finish at one of the recent World Cup events.
Men’s snowboard cross delayed due to fog
In 2013, Chris Robanske became the first Canadian male to win a World Cup gold in snowboard cross since 2007. Robert Fagan, Kevin Hill and Jake Holden will also compete. (Seeding races cancelled due to thick fog; Elimination race was delayed but will start at 1:30 a.m. ET)
Watch our quick conversation with reporter Eric Reguly, who speculates on where Canada’s next medals might come from.