Depressed about having to wait once again for history to potentially be made? Well, this little story may cheer you up...
After shoveling 8 inches of snow on Friday, iReporter Geoffrey Arthur Drewyor felt like winter was getting a bit old. That is, until he saw a giant snow pile calling his name. Jumping over it inspired him to come up with his own version of the Sochi Winter Olympics: the Cortlandt Manor Winter
Games in Cortlandt Manor, New York.
Events in his winter games include: “Snow Pile Diving; Running an Undisclosed Distance Through the Snow, Capturing the American Flag, and Bringing it Back for One's Country; and Barefoot Speed Shoveling to the Orange Bucket so Dog Can Urinate.”
Still in the early stages at the curling but there’s plenty of tension around.
Great Britain's men, which can qualify for the semifinals with victory over China, currently leads 2-1.
Norway, who also harbor hopes of qualifying for the last four, is 2-1 up on Denmark.
Elsewhere, Switzerland is winning 2-0 against the USA while Germany and Russia are level at 2-2.
British halfpipe skier Rowan Cheshire who was knocked unconscious in a training accident
yesterday has been discharged from hospital.
The 18-year-old was diagnosed with concussion after hitting her face on the halfpipe wall and was
unconscious for several minutes before being attended to by medics.
The British team’s medical staff sent her to hospital as a precautionary measure but she has since left and returned to the Athletes’ Village.
"Cheshire will be discharged today after the doctors were happy with her progress. She will return to the Athletes' Mountain Village where she will be looked after by Team GB medical staff," said a British Olympic Association statement.
"Her progress will be monitored on a day to day basis as is standard with concussion and a determination regarding her ability to compete will be made later this week."
10.00am Men’s curling
12.30pm Women’s ice hockey – USA vs Sweden
13.45pm – Men’s freestyle aerials
14.30 - Men’s bobsled – Two man final
15.00- Women’s 12.5km biathlon
15.00 - Figure skating – free dance
15.00 - Women’s curling
17.00 – Women’s ice hockey – Canada vs Switzerland
17.15 – Men’s team ski jump final
17.30 – Mens’ freestyle aerials final