FREESTYLE - AERIALS: Lydia Lassila has attempted a jump only men perform, in a brave bid to defend her Olympic aerial skiing title at the Sochi Olympic Winter Games.
At the halfway point of the Sochi Winter Olympics, eyes are being cast to the medal tally as nations battle to be on top at the end of Day 16.
FREESTYLE SKIING- AERIALS: Day 7 of the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics has been a big day, with Australia winning its second medal at the Games. 31-year-old Lydia Lassila claimed bronze in the Freestyle Skiing Aerials event, adding to her gold medal from Vancouver in 2010. This is how Australia celebrated her win.
It was a night of consistency for Australia’s two women Skeleton competitors, Michelle Steele and Lucy Chaffer, in their last two runs at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics on Friday.
FIGURE SKATING: Yuzuru Hanyu became the first Japanese man to win an Olympic figure skating gold in Sochi on Friday, as the teenager also claimed Japan's first title of the 2014 Winter Games.
Young Aussie Lucy Glanville has shown strong determination to finish the Women's 15km Individual Biathlon in her first Olympic Games.
SKELETON: To the rest of the world, the sport of Skeleton looks about as relaxing as sleeping on a bed of nails, but you would be hard pushed to find a more relaxed and humbler athlete than Australia’s sole male representative in the sport in Sochi, John Farrow.
Torah Bright is thrilled to have the opportunity to race boardercross at these Olympics and Alex Pullin is feeling big G-forces at training.
FREESTYLE – AERIALS: Reigning Olympic Champion Lydia Lassila along with Danielle Scott and Laura Peel have done Australia proud, making it through to the finals on Friday night local time.
Swiss Sandro Viletta wins gold in the Men's Super Combined, the latest in a series of surprising results in Alpine Skiing in Sochi.