Ice hockey fans. The women's prelims continued today with Sweden beating Germany 4-0. The anticipated men's competition hits off later this week. Defending champions Canada have a Valentine's date with Austria while the USA open their campaign against hosts Russia on the 15 February. Surely the one to watch.
And our man Ben Wyatt has a weather update...
Good news for the American going for a three-peat of halfpipe golds in Sochi. Shaun White was one of five athletes who qualified for this evening's final at 1730 (GMT) everyone else vies for the final places in the, um, final in what we'll call the semifinal at 1500 (GMT).
That was an incredible, don't-look-away race in Sochi and it means double cross country sprint gold then for Norway. Ola Vigen Hattestad turns fourth at the Vancouver Games into gold in Russia. He stayed on his feet when others behind him fell and dug in to hold off the challenge of Sweden's Teodor Peterson. Great guts, deserved glory. He roars in delight.
Aahh my nerves can't cope. Five men were in contention for the title. Two fall down and take a third with them. They get to their feet. I cannot watch. So Hattestad and Peterson are the last men standing for the chase for gold...
Thanks James. Straight back to it. The men's sprint race is up next. Three of Sweden's finest - and speediest cross country skiers - are going for the title. At the Vancouver Games, the glory and the gold went to Russia's Nikita Kriukov. He won't defend his crown this time around but he's got a handy compatriot in Sergey Ustiugov.
Sarah Holt is back from her snow cone and she's ready to bring you the latest from the men's sprint final. I'm off for a quick sandwich...avocado perhaps?
Well, what a result for Norway! A one-two with Maiken Caspersen Falla taking gold and her compatriot Ingvild Flugstad Oestberg taking silver. Slovenia's Vesna Fabjan came home third, beaten be a whisker into third.
OK, time to strap on your skis and get over the Laura Cross-Country and Biathlon Center for the women's sprint final. Six women in this race -- there can only be one winner. Norway's Maiken Caspersen Falla is the one to watch....
Looks like they'll be enjoying a few beers at Canada House and why not? Canada has had a sensational Games so far. I guess there will be a round or two tonight as well....
Right then, our Curling correspondent, Eoghan MacGuire, has news and lots of it. Interesting tale about Eoghan's winter sports background coming up....it's a cracker.
Thanks for that introduction, Sarah.
Yes, it is true that I was a bit of a whippet around the ice at London's Alexandra Palace rink and I even pulled off a few victories.
But the Lycra never went down well....
Conditions here at World Sport HQ in London require a brief change of scribe so I'm handing over to our very own former speed skater James Masters while I head off for another snow cone.
Poland's Michael Ligocki takes a nasty tumble after his board bends on the lip of the pipe. But he picks himself up and shows the bottom of his board to the TV cameras, where he has scribbled a message saying he loved his family, his friends, snowboarding, surfing and golf... Winter Olympics is about pride and passion no matter where you finish.
American rookie Taylor Gold raises his arms aloft as he finishes his run - just before White and its a stylish and clean run. He's set the leading score of 81.50.
Two riders to go before Shaun White's first taste of the Sochi halfpipe.
Many of the top halfpipe riders have criticized the state of the pipe itself. Shaun White - yes him again - called the course "far from perfect." Organizers in Sochi confirmed they called in help from the alpine skiing team this morning to help improve conditions. There is, as we type, a slight delay to the start of the second phase of qualifying but we will be under way within minutes.