As I’m sure you’re already aware, Davis is bidding to become
the first U.S. male to win an individual event at three successive Winter
But let's not get carried away with ourselves, there are plenty of other contenders for precious metals.
South Korea's Tae-Bum Mo finished second behind Davis in Vancouver and he's partnered with another U.S. hopeful Brian Hansen.
Davis goes in the 18th pairing, so it'll be some time before we see him on the ice.
On the menu
So what have we got to look forward to tomorrow on Day Five?
It’s an early start with the women’s downhill set to begin at 7am UK time.
There’s the big grudge match in the women’s ice hockey between the USA and Canada, while the men’s tournament gets underway at 5pm UK time.
We’ll have the men’s doubles on the luge with the final scheduled for 3.45pm UK time.
There are also medals on offer in the men’s 1000m speed skating, the Nordic combined, the women’s halfpipe and the pairs free skating.
And then, on top of all that, there is a loads of curling…loads!