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Ok guys One more day till the Weekend

MEDAL COUNT

1.NOR 13

2.NED 12

3.USA 12

4.RUS 11

5.GER 10 (most Gold with 7)

Today's Schedule Sochi Time

Alpine Skiing

Men's Super Combined Downhill Under way

Men's Super Combined Slalom MEDAL 15:30

Biathlon

Women's 15km Individual MEDAL 18:00

Cross Country

Men's 15km Classic MEDAL 14:00

Curling

Men's Round Robin Session 7 under way

Women's Round Robin Session 7 USA V DEN GBR V JPN KOR V CHN RUS V SUI 14:00

Men's Round Robin Session 8 RUS V USA CHN V KOR GBR V DEN SUI V GER 19:00

Figure Skating

Men's Free Skate MEDAL 19:00

Freestyle Skiing

Ladies Ariels Qualif 1 17:45

Qualif 2 18:30

Final 1 21:30

Finals 2 21:55

Final 3 MEDAL 22:12

Ice Hockey

Men's Group C CZE V LAT 12:00 SWE V SUI 16:30

Group B NOR V FIN 21:00 CAN V AUT 21:00

Skeleton

Men's Heat 1 16:30

Heat 2 18:00

Women's Heat 3 19:40

Heat 4 MEDAL 20:50

Ski Jumping

Men's Large Hill Individual Qualif Round 21:30

Have a great day

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Can someone explain the aerials to me? So if I want to see Lydia Lassila win gold what do I need to watch? So if she qualifies in the first heart does she go straight to final 3? Is that all I need to watch to see her win? Or do I need to watch final 1 or final 2?

Qualification 1: Top 10 go to Final 1

Qualification 2: Top 10 go to Final 1

Final 1: Top 12 go to Final 2

Final 2: Top 6 go to Final 3

Final 3: Medals

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Overall a great day for Switzerland with a mini gold rush pushing them up the medal table.

I am happy with Australia and GBR winning medals. As a fellow member of the Commonwealth and coming from a country without a medal since 1992 I will support these guys as well :)

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And lets not forget Kazakhstan won its first medal since 1998 2010 (that sounds a whole lot less impressive) and Belarus just doubled its all-time gold medal total today. Also pretty sure they got two people on a podium for the first time today.

26 countries medaled in Vancouver, through 7 days 26 countries medaled in Sochi. 17 countries have golds from Sochi, while 19 got golds from Vancouver.

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I am happy with Australia and GBR winning medals. As a fellow member of the Commonwealth and coming from a country without a medal since 1992 I will support these guys as well :)

Now, if only you, I and Rob were our respective countries' sports ministers...

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And lets not forget Kazakhstan won its first medal since 1998 2010 (that sounds a whole lot less impressive) and Belarus just doubled its all-time gold medal total today. Also pretty sure they got two people on a podium for the first time today.

26 countries medaled in Vancouver, through 7 days 26 countries medaled in Sochi. 17 countries have golds from Sochi, while 19 got golds from Vancouver.

Kazakhstan won a silver in Vancouver

I am happy with Australia and GBR winning medals. As a fellow member of the Commonwealth and coming from a country without a medal since 1992 I will support these guys as well :)

No love for Canada :P:D

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And lets not forget Kazakhstan won its first medal since 1998 2010 (that sounds a whole lot less impressive) and Belarus just doubled its all-time gold medal total today. Also pretty sure they got two people on a podium for the first time today.

26 countries medaled in Vancouver, through 7 days 26 countries medaled in Sochi. 17 countries have golds from Sochi, while 19 got golds from Vancouver.

Realistically that will be it for medalling nations. Spain has an outside shot in men's snowboard cross and they lost their best shot in men's figure skating.

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