FIGURE SKATING: Tatiana Volosozhar and Maxim Trankov have put Winter Games hosts' Russia back on the top of Olympic pairs podium
SPEED SKATING: Just two days after tragically falling in his 500m, Australia’s Daniel Greig has got back on his feet and put down strong performance in the men’s 1000m Speed Skating to finish 22nd in 1 minute, 10.13 seconds.
SNOWBOARD-HALFPIPE: Australia’s halfpipe queen Torah Bright has qualified straight to the final at the Sochi Olympic Winter Games, with a fantastic display in her first run of heat 2.
NORDIC COMBINED: Germany's Eric Frenzel has kept his cool amid spring-like temperatures to storm to Olympic gold in the Nordic Combined.
LUGE: The fast, unpredictable event of mixed relay will debut at the Sochi Olympics, with the German team hot favourite to continue to dominate the sport.
SNOWBOARD - HALFPIPE: Stephanie Magiros has flown the flag for Australia in the first heat of the women’s Halfpipe and placed ninth (57.35) to grab the last spot for the semi-final.
SPEED SKATING: It’s redemption time for Daniel Greig, as he takes to the ice in the men’s 1000m Speed Skating on Wednesday night in Sochi.
ALPINE SKIING: Greta Small is the talk of the Rosa Khutor Alpine Centre after the 18-year-old produced another strong performance at these Games.
SKELETON: After injuring his leg so badly he couldn’t walk, John Farrow is on track for an inspiring comeback in his Olympic debut.
SNOWBOARD – HALFPIPE: Vancouver 2010 Gold medallist Torah Bright will be out to defend her Olympic title when the Women’s Halfpipe gets underway at Rosa Khutor Extreme Park on Wednesday from 2pm local time (9pm AEDT).