So long, Vancouver 2010!
On day 14, Canada broke its record for most medals won at an Olympic Winter Games, now with 27 medals in Pyeongchang.
While you were sleeping:
Kelsey Serwa of Kelowna takes home the gold in women’s ski cross for third straight Games. Fellow Canadian Brittany Phelan of Quebec was right behind her to nab the silver.
Fellow ski cross athlete India Sherret, meanwhile, crashed in her 1/8 final heat. The Cranbrook woman is in stable condition at hospital.
Figure skater Kaetlyn Osmond of Quebec earned the bronze medal with a score of 78.87, behind two skaters competing for Russia.
Our men’s hockey team fell 4-3 to Germany in the semifinal, so Canada will battle the Czech Republic for the bronze.
And Team Koe suffered a 7-4 loss against Switzerland in men’s curling, losing the bronze medal.
Who, what, when to watch (PST):
4:27 p.m.: Snowboard – Men’s Parallel Giant Slalom
Squamish resident, Darren Gardner begins qualification for the giant slalom. Finals are set to begin at 8:04 p.m.
4:30 p.m.: Bobsleigh – Open 4-Man Competition
Summerland’s Justin Kripps goes for a second gold in bobsleigh when he begins his first run this evening. Run 2 begins at 6:07 p.m.
4:10 a.m.(Saturday): Ice Hockey – Men’s
Team Canada sets to face Czech Republic for the bronze medal match.
Olympics highlight of the day:
“I start skating out to present into my program and it’s like everything else gets washed away and the minute I hit my staring position, it feels like I’m the only one in the building and I’m just performing for myself.” ⛸ @kaetkiss talks about working hard for herself, and getting to perform at #PyeongChang2018 // « L’excitation monte jusqu’à ce que je commence à patiner et à présenter mon programme. Je me sens comme si j’étais seule dans l’aréna. » Kaetlyn Osmond est prête pour sa performance de ce soir à #PyeongChang2018