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Summary

  1. WATCH: Freestyle Skiing - Women's moguls
  2. Replays on Red Button and this page till 23:59 GMT
  3. Austrian David Gleirscher wins luge as Felix Loch misses out on a medal
  4. Perrine Laffont lands women's moguls for France
  5. GB's Andrew Musgrave historic seventh in cross-country skiing
  6. Red Gerard (US) wins slopestyle gold
  7. Women's slopestyle and men's downhill events postponed - high winds

Live Reporting

By Michael Emons

All times stated are UK

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Thanks and goodbye

And that is the end of the live text on day two.

This page will continue to run throughout the afternoon and evening with replays of today's action. You can watch by pressing the play button at the top of the page.

We will have a live page published just before midnight for all the day three action, with programmes on BBC Two at 16:30 GMT and again at 19:00 GMT with some of the best action from Sunday before then.

As always, thanks for joining us and for all your comments and pictures. See you again soon.

What to look out for on day three

Brit-watch:

  • 01:00-02:45: Snowboarder Aimee Fuller competes in the women's slopestyle final, but team-mate Katie Ormerod won't be there after suffering an injury in training on Thursday.
  • 01:15-02:55 & 04:45-06:35: Skier Alex Tilley will make her Olympic debut in the women's giant slalom.

Other highlights

Giant slalom:

01:15-02:55 & 04:45-06:35: Day three will be the first opportunity to witness American skiing sensation Mikaela Shiffrin at the 2018 Games.

Giant slalom gold at Sochi 2014 made her the youngest ever Olympic champion in the event and, in the years since, she has developed into a serious multi-event medal prospect.

Speed skating:

12:30-14:10: Will this be the day that Ireen Wust becomes the most successful speed skater in Olympic history?

Assuming the Dutchwoman has claimed a medal in the 3,000m on day one, another here would put her top of the all-time list with 10 medals - ahead of Germany's retired Claudia Pechstein, who has nine.

Mikaela Shiffrin
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Skiing sensation Mikaela Shiffrin goes in the giant slalom

Teenagers star on day two at Pyeongchang 2018

Highlights: Men's Slopestyle final - Red Gerard snatches victory in the final run

Red Gerard might hog a few backpages in the USA after winning the men's slopestyle - his country's first gold of the Games.

The 17-year-old said: "I feel awesome and so stoked about today. I cannot believe what has just happened - it is insane."

Meanwhile, 19-year-old Perrine Laffont will be the toast of France after she won her nation's first medal in Pyeongchang with victory in the women's moguls.

  • Simen Hegstad Kruger led a Norway 1-2-3 in the in the skiathlon
  • Speed skater Sven Kramer set a new Olympic record to win the 5,000m
  • David Gleirscher claimed Austria's first luge gold in 50 years after a mistake champion Felix Loch
  • Germany's Arnd Peiffer recorded a shock win in the men's 10km biathlon sprint

'You can't separate them' - Speed skaters in dead heat

A message from Aimee...

Women's slopestyle

Aimee Fuller was meant to go today, but strong winds saw the event postponed, so she will have her Winter Olympics moment tomorrow.

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Musgrave shines in skiathlon - plus GB round-up

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Britain have yet to win a medal at Pyeongchang 2018, but they came close in the men's skiathlon.

Scot Andrew Musgrave was in second spot going into the final 5km of the 15km + 15km event, but eventually finished in seventh. It was the best ever result by a Briton in an Olympic cross country event.

Callum Smith, the other Brit in a field of 68 starters, finished in 57th place

Elsewhere, team-mate Aimee Fuller reached the final of the women's slopestyle without having to qualify. The Briton, along with the other competitors, is in by virtue of bad weather forcing the cancellation of Sunday's qualifying.

And in the men's luge, Adam Rosen finished 23rd overall and 20-year-old Rupert Staudinger was 32nd.

Read the full round-up.

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BBC Two

Miss any of the action? We will be back on BBC Two at 16:30 GMT for some more action, and also again at 19:00 for Winter Olympics: Today at the Games.

Day three's coverage starts on BBC One at 00:10 GMT on Monday morning.

The medal table

This is how things stand in the medal table at the end of day two. Eleven gold medals out of 102 have been handed out.

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Matt Bowden: Loving that I am cheering on an Austrian and an American who are throwing themselves down an ice-run feet first!

LugeGB: Still haven’t recovered. I say again, Oh. My. GOD!!!

David Gleirscher wins men's luge
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Canada start with a big win

Ice Hockey, women's preliminary round: Canada 5-0 Olympic Athletes From Russia

Canada thrashed the Olympic Athletes From Russia team 5-0 in their match in Group A, to move above USA to the top of the table.

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Watch: Germany's Arnd Peiffer takes gold in the 10km sprint in biathlon.

Biathlon: Men's 10km sprint

As all others around him faltered it was Germany's Arnd Peiffer who took gold.

Watch the moment he found out below.

Germany's Arnd Peiffer takes gold in the 10km sprint in biathlon.

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Chris Roderick: Who knew that Luge could be so exciting.

Miss F: Absolute drama in the Luge final. Cannot believe Felix Loch blew it! Congrats to the Austrian Gleirscher.

Pippa Ainsworth: Blimey, that was thrilling! When not to make your only mistake of the week!

'You don't know where medals will go'

Luge: Men's singles run four

Amy Williams

Olympic gold medallist skeleton racer on BBC TV

Felix Loch was absolutely gutted. He couldn't even get off the sled. Germany are so good in the sport because they have so much but that shows the pressure of an Olympic event.

He was the last one to go down, knowing he was in gold medal position and he just makes that one mistake at a key part.

You have to get your angles in and out of corners perfect. He can't get back on the correct line and once you have made a mistake this track is not forgiving. It goes to show, you can have all the experience...

Until the last man is down, you don't know where the medals will go.

Felix Loch's Devon Loch moment

Luge: Men's single run four

Felix Loch was 0.2 seconds ahead before this. This clip of the wall means there is no third consecutive gold for the German.

Devon Loch was the name of a horse in the 1956 Grand National, who was heading for the win at the famous race at Aintree, slipped 40 yards from victory to allow E.S.B to win the race.

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'Crushing disappointment'

Luge: Men's singles run four

John Hunt

BBC TV commentator in Pyeongchang

David Gleirscher was a complete outsider. Nobody had him down as a medal contender let alone a gold winner! He has had the week of dreams - quite extraordinary! What a moment.

Germany are still on the podium but it is not Loch - it's his team-mate. You could see how distraught he is. He was inconsolable. Felix Loch - beaten. That is how defeat tastes. Crushing disappointment.

Gleirscher hasn't even got a medal on the World Cup scene!

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Watch: 'Loch has blown it' - German Luge favourite misses out on medals

Luge: Men's single run four

And this is that moment that will haunt Germany's Felix Loch.

He misses out on the medals to give Austrian David Gleirscher gold in the men's singles luge at Pyeongchang 2018.

'Loch has blown it' - German luge favourite misses out on medals

The two sides of sport

Luge: Men's single run four

This was the reaction when David Gleirscher finished. At that moment he was only guaranteed a medal, little was he to know what drama was to come.

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And this was the reaction of Felix Loch when he finished. He clipped the wall, and that ruined his round and he dropped from first at the start of the run, to fifth at the end of it.

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Snatching defeat from the jaws of victory

Luge: Men's single run four

Felix Loch is not the first competitor to miss out on a Winter Olympics gold medal when they looked on course for glory.

In 2006, American Lindsay Jacobellis was leading in the women's snowboard cross event. But she started showboating, grabbed her board when jumping late on and lost her balance. She crashed and Switzerland's Tanja Freiden could not believe her luck and took the gold, before Jacobellis scrambled over the line for the silver.

Watch Jacobellis' error, and all sorts of other crashes and dramatic moments from previous Games with our video below.

Despair for Loch

Luge: Men's singles run four

The heartbreaking nature of elite sport.

Felix Loch's father raced on to the track to console the German after his big mistake on the final run meant he does not pick up an Olympic medal in 2018.

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Day two headlines

Some headlines for you from day two of the Winter Olympics.

  1. Great Britain's Andrew Musgrave finished seventh, the best performance by a Briton in an Olympic cross-country event, in the men's skiathlon. Norway's Simen Hegstad Kruger, who fell at the start, won the gold.
  2. Seventeen-year-old Red Gerard snatched a dramatic gold medal in the men's slopestyle to win the United States' first gold of the Games.
  3. The men's downhill was postponed because of high winds at the Jeongseon Alpine Centre, and will now take place on Thursday morning. Qualifying for the ladies' slopestyle, which was due to include Great Britain's Aimee Fuller, was also cancelled. All of the competitors will just compete in the final on Monday now.
  4. The speed skating - men's 5,000m final was won by Netherlands' Sven Kramer.
  5. France win their first gold medal of the Games thanks to Perrine Laffont in the women's moguls.
  6. David Gleirscher claimed Austria's first luge gold in 50 years after a mistake by Germany's defending champion Felix Loch on the very last run.
Netherlands' Kramer breaks Olympic record to win gold

One period left for OAR to save themselves

Ice Hockey, women's preliminary round: Canada 3-0 Olympic Athletes From Russia

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Stuie Neale: Wow, Felix Loch is beaten!

Alistair Williams:Yesssss! GOLD for Austria! First Luge singles gold in 50 years!

'Can't quite believe how badly that's unravelled for Loch'

Luge: Men's single run four

Matthew Pinsent, part of our BBC team out in South Korea, can't believe that Loch has not won gold.

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Gold Medal - David Gleirscher (Austria)

Luge: Men's single run four

Loch's misery is delight for David Gleirscher. The Austrian, who has never won a World Cup event, takes the gold medal.

American Chris Mazdzer picks up the silver medal, with Johannes Ludwig of Germany winning a bronze.

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Loch in fifth

Luge: Men's single run four

Loch's error means he is down in only fifth position.

Disaster for Loch

Luge: Men's single run four

'Loch has blown it' - German luge favourite misses out on medals

Oh no, what's happened?

Felix Loch was the man in charge, he was in complete control of this competition. He looked to have the gold medal in the bag. But a huge error during his run has ruined not only his fourth run, but also his hopes of a medal. Great drama in Pyeongchang.

Canada in charge in the ice hockey

Ice Hockey, women's preliminary round: Canada 3-0 Olympic Athletes from Russia

We also have some ice hockey going on as Canada are taking on Olympic Athletes from Russia in their women's preliminary round Group A tie.

That one is in the second period, with Canada 3-0 up and in complete control.

A third gold in a row coming for Loch?

Luge: Men's singles final run

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The last medal of day two to be awarded comes in the men's singles in the luge. Germany's Felix Loch, a two-time champion, is the man in the lead, and, ominously for the competition, he is getting faster with his third run earlier today better than his two efforts yesterday.

That is where we are going now on BBC One.

'Turns did it for Laffont'

Freestyle skiing: Ladies' moguls final

Chemmy Alcott

Four-time Olympic alpine ski racer on BBC TV

Perrine Laffont was super fast through the run but it was her turns that did it. Her coach knew it at the time that she had nailed it.

'The night belongs to Laffont'

Freestyle skiing: Ladies' moguls final

Matt Chilton

Commentator on BBC TV

France kick-start their Winter Olympics with gold in the women's moguls. The 19-year-old is the Olympic champion. It's just beginning to sink in for Perrine Laffont. It's been a good day for the Canadians too but the night belongs to Laffont. She becomes the first French woman ever to win the Olympic moguls.

Gold Medal - Perrine Laffont (France)

Freestyle Skiing: Ladies' moguls final 3

France's Perrine Laffont takes gold in moguls

Andi Naude of Canada is the only one who can deny Perrine Laffont. Naude is the last to go, but loses control, goes wide and bounces, agonisingly, off the course to end her medal hopes.

Laffont, 19, becomes the first French woman to win the moguls at a Winter Olympics.

Canada's Justine Dufour-Lapointe has to settle for a silver after gold four years ago.

Yulia Galysheva of Kazakhstan takes bronze.

Perrine Laffont wins moguls
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Laffont leading as France guarantee a medal

Freestyle Skiing: Ladies' moguls final 3

How to keep warm in Pyeongchang. Dress up as a Gallic Rooster, the unofficial national symbol of France.

The French are guaranteed their first medal of these Games with Perrine Laffont now leading in the moguls. Two to come.

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Dufour-Lapointe out in front

Freestyle Skiing: Ladies' moguls final 3

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Defending champion Justine Dufour-Lapointe of Canada leads the way in the moguls, with only three women to go.

BBC One. Now.

'Icicles on beards'

Just how cold is it in Pyeongchang? Icicles-on-beard-cold, that's how cold.

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Moguls final live now

Freestyle Skiing: Ladies' moguls final 3

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The final six are going for glory in the moguls. It is taking place in a heavy snow shower, just to make things that bit more difficult.

Live on BBC One now.

'Seventh isn't quite the medal I'd hoped for'

Cross-country skiing: Men's 15km + 15km skiathlon

Andrew Musgrave may well have claimed Britain's best ever cross-country skiing result when he came seventh in the 15km +15km skiathlon earlier on, but he is still hoping for more in future.

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Desperately trying to stay warm

You have to keep warm any way possible. And our team out in Pyeongchang are doing everything they can to stay warm.

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Another picture of a youngster starting early in their Winter Olympics career. Very early in the case of five-week-old Georgia.

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BreakingSix through into last part of moguls final

Freestyle Skiing: Ladies' moguls final 3 (13:10 GMT)

One of these six competitors will win the gold medal in the ladies' moguls.

They all advance into the last part of the final, which is due to start in 10 minutes' time.

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Simon Edsforth: Strange how you quickly become a freestyle skiing expert when watching the Olympics. Given that I can only ski four moguls before falling over, I don’t know what came over me. I have just excitedly shouted “Ooooh no, that’s not good enough!”

Ross Pepper: Whose idea was it to put speed bumps on a ski slope?

Luge on Red Button

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While we watch the women's moguls on BBC One, we also have action of the early stages of the fourth run in the men's singles in the luge.

Only 20 men remain, and they go in reverse order, meaning Germany's Felix Loch, who leads the way, goes last.