The ice hockey has finished 4-2 to the Czech team in a heated encounter. There were fights, goals and damaged cheekbones.
Stat of the day: Former NHL player Petr Nedved representing the Czech republic recorded his first point in an Olympic match in 20 years & 1 day. In the 1994 Norway Winter Games he represented Canada. The guy must be made of granite!
Swiss Dario Cologna wins his second cross-country skiing gold medal at the
Sochi Winter Olympics in the 15km classic. Cologna, who won the skiathlon on Sunday, made a cautious start but was in first place at the 8km mark and his lead never decreased as he went on to become the first skier to win an Olympic 15km race twice in a row.
Time for a look ahead to tomorrow's action: the day will kick-off with the ladies Alpine skiing, it's the big one in the ice hockey with the US taking on Russia, one of the most physically demanding endurance events at the Games with the skiing cross-country relay and the men's large hill ski jumping.
Briton Lizzy Yarnold wins the women's skeleton gold with American Noelle Pikus-Pace in second and Russian Elena Nikitina taking bronze. Yarnold won by almost a second - a huge distance in the skeleton event. On that note it's good evening from me and looking forward to joining you again tomorrow.
Good morning all! We have an action-packed day of Winter action including the clash of the ice titans: it's the US versus Russia in the ice-hockey. Quick re-cap of the medal table before we proceed it's Germany on top with seven golds, followed by Switzerland on five and Canada on four.
Speaking of cool helmets, the Sochi Winter Olympics has thrown out some weird and wonderful designs across most events. Take a look at some of the designs seen flying down the men's skeleton event...
Anna Fenninger of Austria has won the women's downhill Super-G skiing. Germany's Maria Hoefl-Riesch took the silver and Austria's Nicole Hosp the bronze. Hoefl-Riesch, super-combined winner on Monday, was again thwarted in her bid to equal retired Croatian Janica Kostelic's record haul of four golds.
Formula One fans will be interested to note that track rivalries have been transferred to the ice. McLaren have two employees at Sochi embedded with the British skeleton and bobsleigh teams while Formula One rivals Ferrari have been leaning on their boffins and using track-honed know how to help the Italians. Over the last two years, BMW - who quit Formula One in 2009 - have also worked closely with coaches, athletes and engineers of the USA Bobsled and Skeleton Federation to completely redesign their two-man bobsled.
Stunning result in the early men's ice-hockey match as Slovenia beat the much-fancied Slovakia 3-1. Anze Kopitar, the only NHL player on Slovenia's team, scored scored the third of three goals in a six-minute stretch to clinch the victory.
Gold medal: Sweden wins the women's 4 x 5KM cross-country relay. Finland claimed silver and Germany took the bronze.
Disqualification: British short track speed skater Elise Christie has been eliminated from the first round of the women's 1,500 metres event when she was penalised for an infringement in her heat. Christie, who missed out on a silver medal in the 500m event on Thursday when
she was blamed for causing a crash in the final, again incurred the wrath of officials when she was disqualified from the longer event.
Chinese short track speed skater Zhou Yang has successfully defended her 1,500 metres Olympic title. Shim Suk-hee of South Korea won the silver medal and Italy's Arianna Fontana took the bronze after a hotly-contested race at the Iceberg Skating Palace.
We have ended over time at 2-2 in the ice hockey! Russia have had a goal correctly disallowed and now it is penalties. A fitting end for a fantastic match. The Russian players look focused; no wonder when all the ex-Soviet union era players wrote letters to the current squad telling them to "do the country proud". That and Vladimir Putin is watching. No pressure guys...
An injury update on Komissarova: Russian officials say Olympic skicross racer Maria Komissarova has undergone a successful 6½-hour operation on her broken and dislocated spine following a training accident.
Time for a look at some of tomorrow's action and it is set to be another very full day. The day kicks-off with the men's Super-G Alpine Skiing, the ultimate test of endurance and precision in the biathlon, the two-man bobsleigh, ice hockey heavyweights Canada, USA and Russia are all in action in the Bolshoy Ice Dome and, of course, the curling.
Alexander Tretiakov of Russia has won gold in the men's skeleton. He also sports an impressive beard. Clearly doesn't hamper his aerodynamic capability.
That's it from me, Andrew Binner, tonight folks! Faras Ghani is with you tomorrow to guide you through the mega ice hockey clashes, bobsleigh action and everything else going on in Sochi. Thanks for stopping by keep looking out for those great helmets on display; honestly, they are genius!
Austria lead Norway 2-0 in the men's Group B match, the leaders scoring both goals in the opening seven minutes. In the women's classification match, Finland lead Germany 2-0 with both sides out of medal contention.
More action in the ice-hockey rink to follow with USA taking on Slovenia. Russia and Slovakia will lock horns in the other men's Group A match. In Group B, Finland will take on Canada.