SOCHI 2014: With just over 56 percent of the total events on the Olympic program completed so far in Sochi, Germany currently leads the official medal tally, with seven golds won so far.
NORDIC COMBINED: The Nordic Combined Large Hill 10km competition has been dealt a blow, with German Eric Frenzel in doubt for the event after spending the last two days in bed with a fever.
SNOWBOARD-CROSS: Racing was postponed on Monday for the men's Snowboard Cross competition due to heavy fog impacting visibility on the course. Racing has been rescheduled until Tuesday morning at 1030am (530pm AEDT). It will be a reduced format with no seeding runs.
ICE HOCKEY: Canada beat Finland in overtime and the US rolled over Slovenia as the two Olympic finalists from four years ago finished first in their preliminary round groups at the Sochi Games.
CURLING: The final two women’s Curling semi-final spots are still open, after Japan had an 8-5 victory against China at the Ice cube Curling Centre on Monday.
BOBSLEIGH: Heath Spence and Duncan Harvey got Australia’s Bobsleigh campaign underway at the Sanki Sliding Centre on Sunday night.
TEAM: Australia has now won 10 Olympic winter medals and has had an athlete on the podium at six consecutive Games.
FIGURE SKATING: Danielle O’Brien and Greg Merriman have delivered the performance of their careers in the short program of the Ice Dancing on Sunday night in Sochi.
SNOWBOARD CROSS: Aussie ace Alex 'Chumpy' Pullin says the atmosphere will be intense during the Snowboard Cross competition on Monday.
SNOWBOARD CROSS: Australian speed-demons Belle Brockhoff and Torah Bright have been pushed to the limit in the women’s Snowboard Cross event, full of thrills and spills.