Well....that was quite incredible. There was complete confusion inside the Adler Arena with most thinking that Jan Smeekers had won but it's Michel Mulder who takes gold, while his twin brother Ronald finishes with bronze.
WOW! Michel Mulder goes into gold medal position and knocks his twin brother Ronald into silver. Just two more men to skate and one of those is another Dutchman, Jan Smeekens.
Ah excellent! We have some stories of you trying to escape from confined spaces! I've a couple I'll share later but here's a sample of what we've got coming up...
Ronald Mulder goes fastest to take the lead in the 500m as the Dutch fans goes wild. Just six men left to skate....
It's Canada one and two now at the speed skating as the wonderfully named Gilmore Junio sets the fastest time of the day. The Dutch will still fancy their chances though -- they have three men yet to go in this final round.
Over at the Adler Arena, Canada's Jamie Gregg is in gold medal position with 12 men left to go in the 500m speed skating. Could be some finish!
Martin Fourcade, the 25-year-old, who finished sixth in the men’s sprint on Saturday, takes gold to add to the silver medal he won at the 2010 Olympic Games. Foucarde took up biathlon at the age of 10 and finished second in the 15km mass start in Vancouver.
Of his training regime, he said in 2009: "Suffering is a daily thing, one must be a masochist to train as I do. Training means a year of suffering for one day of happiness, in the search for the ultimate level of perfection. So I have always done what is necessary. Behind the starting line, whatever you haven't done, you are surely going to pay for."
Ondrej Moravec of the Czech Republic takes silver while France's Jean Guillaume Beatrix takes bronze. Norway's Ole Einar Bjørndalen misses out on a record 12th Winter Games medal by finishing fourth.
So Jonny Quinn has got stuck again! Have you ever been stuck in a confined space? Did you have to punch your way out? Get in touch with us using #CNNSochi and share your magical tales of escapism!
Remember Jonny Quinn, the U.S. bobsled star who got locked in the bathroom and had to punch his way out? Well he's tweeted to say that he got stuck in the elevator today! See the picture above!
We could see history made today with Ole Einar Bjørndalen aiming for an unprecedented 13th Winter Games medal. The Norwegian won gold in Saturday's biathlon 10km sprint is favorite in today's 12.5km pursuit. He goes out first.....and he'll probably end up there too.
Over at the Adler Skating Arena, we're entering the early stages of the 500m men's speed skating final. Dutchman Jan Smeekens was fastest in qualifying -- a man who learned to skate at the age of 10 by speeding down frozen canals and lakes in the neighbourhood of Raalte, Netherlands.
The first qualifying round of the Men's Moguls is over with defending champion Alex Bilodeau finishing top of the pile. He'll be confident of winning gold again, although fellow Canadian Mikael Kingsbury could yet spring a surprise. The final is tonight at 6pm UK time.
OOOHS AND ARGHS ACROSS THE OFFICE....Russia's Sergey Volkov suffers a horrific looking fall at the Moguls. We're watching through our fingers. The landing was painful to watch, his goggles flew into the night sky and he rolled down the course. Somehow Volkov's escaped unscathed and is all smiles at the end. These guys are rock hard.
Over at the Men's Moguls, Canada's defending champion Alex Bilodeau has just shown he means business. Bilodeau scored 24.70 and sits one point clear of the field. His fellow countryman Mikael Kingsbury is second overall.
Big scare at the Men's Moguls after Finland's Ville Miettunen lands horribly during his qualifying run. Miettunen went head over heels after attempting a jump off the ramp and was laid out on the course for a few minutes. Thankfully he didn't require treatment and skied away. This is a brutal sport.
Moguls Schmoguls? Well, if there was a better way to sign off then I've yet to see it. Thank you to the tireless Sarah Holt for all her had work this morning. I've finished my salad, got the green tea lined up and ready for an action packed afternoon. I'll be here until 8pm UK time bringing you all the latest as the gold rush continues.
From events being as smooth as ice, things are getting distinctly bumpy in Sochi. Why? Qualification for the men's moguls is under way. Hurray!
And for that, my colleague James Masters, a man currently engaged in the niche sport of speed salad eating, will be at the helm of the CNN World Sport live blog. Here at blog HQ we are marveling at the cruelty of this sport, as Australia's Daniel Greig stabs the toe of his left skate into the ice, belly flops onto the frozen surface and is out of his heat. One wrong move and four years of training is over. Harsh.
The sound of skates slicing the ice at speed rings round the Adler Arena Skating Center. The men's 500m heats are under way. Dutchman Jans Smeekens is fastest so far with a super-slick time of 34.59 seconds, easily eclipsing the time of Germany's Nico Ihle. The medals will be decided later this afternoon.