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Day 15 Highlights

Highlights including the men's gold-medal curling game and women's bronze-medal match. Also featuring the finals of men's big air and men's and women's parallel giant slalom.


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Previously, at the Winter

Olympics... Fantastic performance!

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An enormous upset here at this

Olympic Games.

Germany have beaten

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the defending champions, and they

going for gold!

When she was out in

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front, there was no stopping her.

Swede -- Sweden take the last

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biathlon gold.

Day 15...

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Good evening.

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Welcome to Today at

the Games - it's day 15.

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This is the penultimate day

of competition and there are eight

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gold medals to be decided.

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Could Team GB set a new

record Winter haul?

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Here's what's coming up

on tonight's programme,

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from a man who has

just dropped in....

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Can Billy bounce into the big

time in the Big Air?

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A surprising big g in

the Super-G on skis last week,

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back on her board -

it's a tester for Ester.

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Eve and her ice sisters struck

bronze four years ago,

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can they repeat the feat?

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Eight men in two

sleds go four times.

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It's time for GB to do job

in the four man bob?

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Oh...

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Look, that's me, am

I on the programme tonight?

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Brilliant...

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A very special voice-over artist,

who has flown in specially from

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Pyeongchang.

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Woodsy is here!

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Having competed... You call yourself

a free ski up, you spoke about this

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earlier. A free spirit, amongst us,

how was it?

It was good, thank you.

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Enjoyed it all?

Yes, thank you, good

to see you.

James Woods will be an

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expert on all things that relate to

performance.

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Also fresh off the plane from Korea,

we welcome back downhill ski racer

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and four time Olympian Chemmy Alcott

and, as our resident snowboard

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expert, two time

Olympian Ben Kilner.

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Were you on the same flight back

from South Korea?

I didn't hear you,

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did you hear me?

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First up, brand-new to the Olympics,

it is big air. Representing Team GB

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with Billy Morgan. He is quite a

cool dude. Did you get around

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Pyeongchang like this?

I think these

scooters are in the coastal village.

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As a kid he was a gymnast and

started skiing on the dry slope in

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Southampton

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money was 14.

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He was the oldest competitor

in the field as the Big Air

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took centre stage.

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Jenny Jones was there.

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The men's big air final is the last

freestyle event here in South Korea

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and it has been a mixed couple of

weeks for the GB crew.

Oh my

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goodness!

O!

Daisy Atkin takes a

bronze. Billy Morgan making the

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final of the men's big air race.

It's not impossible that he could

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take a medal today.

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Billy Morgan took a big hit in

training to stop so the fact he is

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up here is great news. Billy made it

through with big backside 1440

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treble Cork but it was immaculate

and huge that is what Billy wants to

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land stop yellow a lot of speed into

this first one.

It is massive.

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Couldn't hold it. It was huge. Billy

going right to wait out to the nose

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there, the judges loved that, but

the trailing hand grabbing under the

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leg.

Billy Morgan now has it all to

do. Sebastien Toutant has been in

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the game for more than a decade. He

has been a feature of podiums but as

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of late he has been eclipsed and the

Canadian team.

Switch, frontside,

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1620. The first rider to send it

deep into the landing.

That is very,

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very nice. Sebastien Toutant has put

himself very much in the running for

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this title. An acid trip to punch

out first run. Kyle Mack, a rider

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always renowned for his different

grabs. Made it into the finals with

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an outside treble Cork 1440 but put

a Japan grab on it which almost all

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the rotation. There it was.

Oh my

goodness! Wow, that's one we've seen

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from him! To put the Japan grab in

the middle of that trick kills all

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the rotation. Then as he brings the

Japan back it re-initiates the

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trick.

And he held onto the grab.

Yes.

The instead, every part of him

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must be shouting let go, let go,

save yourselves!

Spicing things up

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with a backside 1620, putting him

doubled leaderboard going into the

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second run. Canada's Matt Sparrow

was just on his tail. -- Max Parrot.

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Billy under pressure now. A tear in

his ACL kept him of his board for a

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month before these games.

Come on,

Billy! Massive again.

And he held it

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up, yes! It was huge. A bloody nose

grab on it, the hardest grab. Yes,

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Billy!

Oh my goodness.

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Billy!

Oh my goodness.

He did stand

that butterfly winding of the arms.

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COMMENTATOR: 82.50.

That is a score

on the board, Billy Morgan has a

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serious shot now.

Next in a

Sebastien Toutant. The Canadian is

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sat on very powerful score. We saw a

backside 1620 in qualifying. If he

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can add that it puts him in an

amazing position but he could go

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safe here.

I don't think he is going

to play say. He wants this win.

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Switch backside 1620. A bobble on

the way out there. Huge, huge second

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hit for the man from Quebec. 216

20s. This is very, very precious. It

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puts him in a very strong position.

-- two 1620s.

Kyle Mack, powerhouse.

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He is so massively, he even thinks

in salt water.

Does he?

If you have

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a set of wire gates you need

smashing down, get this boy on it!

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Kyle Mack, already be backside 1440.

Oooh, no! Vatuvei bloody Dracula,

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and I'm not swearing, that is the

name of the grab. Both hands and the

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tail. I've never seen it in a 14.

I'd seen him do it in a tent had --

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1080.

Both hands back on the tail.

Chris Corning managed to improve on

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his first outing, but would it be

enough to keep him in the running

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for a spot on the podium? Third and

final jumps of men's big air. A big

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crowd cheering Billy on here. He

needs to go absolutely

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stratospheric.

That is not something

he struggles with, let's be honest!

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Come on Billy Morgan, frontside

triple. Double grab. Billy Morgan,

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yes!

Oh, yes!

Triple frontside 14,

that is massive, absolutely huge. Oh

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my goodness!

Billy just did a

frontside triple 14 and went double

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grab, landed it clean. OK, we need

this score to be over 71.

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COMMENTATOR: 85.5 Paul Billy Morgan

moves into bronze medal position and

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it is a long and nervous wait.

Amazing! Kyle Mack and Sebastien

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Toutant failed to land their trick

so they have to do with IMF is two

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runs. An historic backside Cork but

couldn't get it around to land it.

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It was all left to play for.

I'm

starting to get really restless in

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my seat now.

Me too. Torgeir

Bergrem, drops in switch. Oh, and

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he's dropped it! He's such an

incredible snowboarder, but he

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battles with consistency and the

biggest stages. So, one of the

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biggest threats to Billy Morgan's

bronze medal position is out of the

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way.

OK, Iraq is about to drop and this

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could be the difference to Billy

Morgan between a bronze medal and a

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fourth place.

-- ten and are to

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fourth place.

-- ten and are to draw

the whole of the UK needs to watch

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this jump now. Of course they will

watch it through their eyes! The

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whole of the UK needs to watch it

through their fingers, I am beside

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myself. I can't watch it. I'm torn

between my friend in bronze medal

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position and one of the best

snowboarders in the world about to

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try and do business here. Let's make

no mistake about it, he is here for

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gold.

Not here for anything else.

Coming in normal, cab. Oh no, he's

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gone!

What?! How has he choked on a

jump he has dominated through

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qualifying and practice?

Billy Morgan is a bronze medal

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Olympian! CHEERING

So, the medals are settled.

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We said it was a long shot but Billy

Morgan will go home with a bronze

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medal.

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medal. Well done, you! Oh my God

Billy Morgan, you legend!

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medal. Well done, you! Oh my God

Billy Morgan, you legend!

What a

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wild ride that was.

What are you

thinking right this second?

I don't

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really know, it's wild. I had such a

bad training and fell on the first

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backflip, I thought it was game

over. I went into the rest of the

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runs thinking I hope I don't fall

over three times and everyone will

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be devastated at home. All my mates

are in a bar at home watching. I was

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thinking I will fall over three

times... I never expected it. If you

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come into the contest thinking I'm

shooting for a medal, you are ready

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for it, but I just didn't.

Two weeks

ago would you have thought that,

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with your knee injury?

No. I said in

the interviews I be stoked if I make

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the finals. Happy days.

Jenny Jones,

who showed the way along with the

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Billy Morgan. An Olympic bronze

medallist, how do you sum that up?

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Well done, Billy! Don't know what to

say!

It's the way he did it and the

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shock. How big a surprise visit that

Max Parrot didn't manage to land two

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good jumps?

Yes, you heard them say,

Max Parrot has these tricks on the

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block. He's very robotic and never

makes any errors. The pressure

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obviously got Tim.

He face planted,

which makes it even more impressive

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that Billy, was first jump, I

thought they were very harsh, the

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judges. He didn't fall over until

way after he landed.

The judges, if

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you look like you are out of control

when you land, the judges will keep

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their eye on you and keep on and

make sure, if you stay on your feet,

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great but Billy Ben Funnell over.

This year, just washed out. -- Billy

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then fell over. Sometimes with

adrenaline, it can do that to you.

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You attack the jump far too fast.

As

he said, he didn't want to fall over

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three times because all his mates

were watching. It is easy to do that

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in all of these, the poor side of

things, scheme or free styling, easy

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to try too hard downfall on your

backside.

Absolutely. I mean you

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come in under so much pressure. You

are exposed to so many different

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elements, the wind, ice, anything

can change anyone not just

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concentrating on just that trick you

are trying to do, like as amazing as

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it is, but also gauging and making

split-second decisions as it comes

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at you, live. You know? It's just

amazing.

A good second jump. From

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Billy, but the Fed jump was the one

that gave him the score that moved

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him up and do the medals. It's talk

us through this.

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him up and do the medals. It's talk

us through this.

This trick here is

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a very new trick to believe. He only

landed it once outside the

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competition. This is the first time

he has ever landed it in competition

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boss that you can tell how excited

he is. Absolutely stoked. He has

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gone for a double grab here, which

is very unusual. Judges will reward

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it highly. He landed it quite deep

down the landing, again.

Managing to

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fight to stay on his feet.

Is that

his gymnastic skills that enable

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him? You said he went so high on the

second jump, Bradley didn't need to

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go as big as he went?

I think Billy,

he's like a cat, he always lands on

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his feet. He is very, very good at

doing it and he knows his aerial

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awareness. Gymnastics have massively

helped Billy. In his grip on he's

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been very good like that.

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helped Billy. In his grip on he's

been very good like that.

At 28, the

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oldest guy in that competition. How

much respect is there for him, in

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the general Olympic world and your

world?

It is amazing, so good to see

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Billy doing well. We are biased but

that is huge for him. That was a

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gnarly trip, I mean dangerous. He

comes out of that and it is

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completely blind. You can have the

best awareness but inches closer to

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the snow, it is completely lined

going in.

He did not get on snow

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until he was 17, really late. This

is some of his training. There was a

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good feature about him awhile back.

You can see how strong he is.

Do

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guys he competes against have this

background?

Not really. It is quite

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new from a gymnastics side, coming

into this. Katie Ormerod, as well.

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Coming from a gymnastics background.

It is odd, people usually come to

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skiing and snowboarding from that

background.

This opens up a new

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spectrum of winter sports. A lot of

children in the UK do gymnastics.

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They do not have the facilities to

go snowboarding but if they can see

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those skills they can take them to

the snow domes.

This is what Billy's

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friends and family will be

celebrating. The whole of Team GB.

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It means the 2018 Winter Olympics is

the best performance by a British

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team in the history of the Winter

Olympics. It beats the four medals

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in Sochi.

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Olympics. It beats the four medals

in Sochi. We will find out later in

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the programme if it could rise to

six. We have the

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the programme if it could rise to

six. We have the bronze medal match

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in the curling coming up. Many

congratulations to those five.

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Before that, this time last week

the most unlikely Winter Olympic

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champion was so stunned

to win that she thought

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the clock had broken.

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The multitalented Ester Ledecka

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The multitalented Ester Ledecka is

next, the first-ever athlete to

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compete in skiing and snowboarding

at an Olympics Winter Games. Nicely

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done. Can Ester Ledecka mix things

up? Absolutely throwing it down. She

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has done it.

Surely that is the gold

medal. She cannot believe it. Ester

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Ledecka is the Olympic super-G

Champion. What a fantastic story.

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And genuinely not one

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Champion. What a fantastic story.

And genuinely not one looked more

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surprise after winning a gold medal

on skis after Ester Ledecka because

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she arrived with a snowboarding

title her main aim. She is champion

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at the women's parallel giant

slalom. The first athlete to compete

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in skiing and snowboarding at the

same games. Could she be the first

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woman to win a gold medal in

different sports at the same games?

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Graham Bell has the low-down.

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Alpine snowboarding came into the

Olympics in 98.

The first ever

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Olympic snowboard gold medallist.

Now raced in dual formats,

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head-to-head racing, and exciting

competition. Ester Ledecka has made

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it more exciting by winning a gold

medal in the Alpine skiing super-G.

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She will try to win a gold medal in

snowboarding, the first athlete to

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do that in different sports that are

Winter Games. She will make history

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if she achieves that. And we have

the home favourite. The crowds will

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be out in force to cheer on the

Korean will stop Ester Ledecka

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cannot be thinking about the final.

She has to keep the focus and

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concentration and keep the speed.

This could be history in the making.

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concentration and keep the speed.

This could be history in the making.

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It looks to me like the German has

the lead.

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the lead. The German sat down. She

recovered but still ahead. They are

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back to back but cannot see each

other so well. It looks to me like

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Ester Ledecka has believed. And the

German is down.

Ester Ledecka is

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through to the Olympics final. Will

it be a gold medal or silver?

That

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is the question. Whatever happens,

Ester Ledecka is a double Olympic

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medallist. In the other semifinal

the Russian Alena Zavarzina was up

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against Selina Joerg. But it did not

last long. Selina Joerg through to

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her first final at a Winter Games. I

can hear Lee Sangho being chanted.

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This is the men's parallel giant

slalom

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slalom at all of Korea expects.

He

got a good pull-out.

Slightly

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behind. Taking a conservative line

at the top of the course. 0.4 five.

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That is a long way back. He will

have to go for it. Needs to carry

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speed. To flat. And the Swiss is

looking good.

Coming over the last

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now. Can Lee Sangho pull-out the

spectacular game?

He did well last

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time. Not this time. Switzerland

take the gold medal. Lee Sangho will

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have to to settle for silver.

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have to to settle for silver. That

is wonderful, Nevin Galmaini takes

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the gold medal for Switzerland. Was

that extra pressure going up against

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the local hero?

I love it when the

crowd is going crazy. I knew from

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Sochi when I was in finals against a

Russian, they were going crazy for

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him. It was not a problem, I was

like yes, that is cool.

Here we go,

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the final and it is a matchup

between Selina Joerg and Ester

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Ledecka. They are off and under way.

Ledecka on the red course and she

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has the early lead. She is doing it.

One slip and it will go away. 15

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hundredths. A little bit of a slip.

They wobble on the under gate. Now

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needs to pump out along the flat and

generate speed. Two tenths of a

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second.

2.2 eight. Nice and smooth.

Ledecka is going to make history.

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She has done it! Absolutely

incredible. It has never been done

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before. Two sports in one Olympic

Games.

What an athlete. This is very

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specific, the race because you have

just one chance, not like the World

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Cup when you have more races and in

the end it comes together. So you

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need luck. I believe I had this luck

today.

Ester Ledecka from the Czech

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Republic makes history by becoming

the first person to win two gold

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medals in different sports at the

Olympic Games.

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Olympic Games. Gave up PGS. How

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medals in different sports at the

Olympic Games. Gave up PGS. How

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difficult is it for Hurtado?

It has

to be incredibly difficult. I

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competed in two disciplines but that

was on a snowboard. But to do

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incredibly well in both of those...

Coming into this race, she was stone

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cold favourite.

She had a lot of

pressure on her shoulders. Ranked

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number one coming in and had extra

media attention after the super-G

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result and extra stuff going on in

her head.

She handled the pressure

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perfectly. Ledecka sets history. I

do not think we will see anything

0:24:210:24:27

like this again.

0:24:270:24:30

do not think we will see anything

like this again.

0:24:300:24:30

STUDIO: She is the star of the games

and she says...

0:24:300:24:37

She has a habit after races

conducting interviews with her

0:24:470:24:53

goggles.

Because she forgets her

make up bag. I thought I would wear

0:24:530:24:58

these for the rest of the show. I am

a skier, you are a snowboard. Could

0:24:580:25:06

you do a super-G and could I win

Olympic gold medal on a snowboard?

0:25:060:25:12

Absolutely not. If you put me on a

hill with skis and there was one

0:25:120:25:16

tree on the hill, I would hit the

tree. You cannot direct yourself on

0:25:160:25:20

skis?

I am a terrible skier. People

think we both use body weight to

0:25:200:25:30

arc, that it is the same, but they

are totally different. We cannot

0:25:300:25:35

explain how different they are. I

could snowboard badly. What she has

0:25:350:25:42

achieved, and has dedicated so much

time and energy on this. Her coach

0:25:420:25:46

said you must focus on one

discipline. She does three weeks of

0:25:460:25:50

skiing followed by three weeks of

snowboarding, followed by three

0:25:500:25:54

weeks in skiing.

How mental is that?

Wishy won the super-G, she said you

0:25:540:26:01

are taking away my training time for

snowboarding. Looking at her in the

0:26:010:26:07

final, she is dominant

0:26:070:26:09

snowboarding. Looking at her in the

final, she is dominant and she

0:26:090:26:10

always looks beautifully in control.

It really is a wonderful thing to

0:26:100:26:15

watch. Is the red course quicker.

Everybody chose the red course and

0:26:150:26:24

takes the timings from qualifying.

She skied on the red course all day

0:26:240:26:28

and was comfortable on that. What I

have noticed, her flow, she lets the

0:26:280:26:34

snowboard go, which is what she did

on the skis.

She is smooth on the

0:26:340:26:39

edge control. From gate to gate. She

is not making errors. What I have

0:26:390:26:46

seen people do that day. Taking it

smoothly and that seems to be the

0:26:460:26:50

seen people do that day. Taking it

smoothly and that seems to be the

0:26:500:26:50

best way.

0:26:500:26:55

best way.

The speed skater did short

track and long track and won medals

0:26:550:27:00

at this games but not two gold

medals. And I have seen Rebecca

0:27:000:27:05

Romero transitioning from rowing to

cycling at different games.

Two

0:27:050:27:13

Norwegians achieved it but back in

the 1920s with the modern era it is

0:27:130:27:19

special when everybody specialises

because it is so competitive.

Does

0:27:190:27:23

it change the philosophy, seen her

do this will inspire people to go, I

0:27:230:27:27

can do other things?

It is testament

to how focused someone is. I see it

0:27:270:27:35

and think it is amazing. The

opportunity to have two goes is

0:27:350:27:39

amazing. I don't know whether that

is more pressure or less pressure.

0:27:390:27:48

Sometimes we see it with the pipe

guys who do slopestyle. I think you

0:27:480:27:57

saw at the last games, Torah Bright,

who tried to do slopestyle.

But it

0:27:570:28:03

diminished her achievements in each

because she focused on too much.

0:28:030:28:07

Credit to Ester Ledecka because it

is an amazing achievement, two gold

0:28:070:28:12

medals in different sports.

0:28:120:28:13

Of the four new events at this

years Winter Olympics,

0:28:130:28:16

three were on show today.

0:28:160:28:17

The snowboard big air,

the mass start speed skating,

0:28:170:28:19

more of that later, and the mixed

team event in the alpine skiing.

0:28:190:28:22

It's quite confusing, so Chemmy,

can talk you through this one.

0:28:220:28:30

The first-ever Alpine team event

makes its Olympic debut. Alpine is

0:28:320:28:37

usually a solo sport. Here, each

nation comes together, teams of

0:28:370:28:44

four, two men and two women, attempt

to beat each other head-to-head,

0:28:440:28:48

unless it is a draw and then the two

fastest combined times count. A

0:28:480:28:56

courageous victory for Team GB

against the Americans in the first

0:28:560:29:00

round.

Great Britain versus Norway.

For a place in the semifinal of the

0:29:000:29:06

inaugural Alpine team event.

A tough draw against a favourite. It

0:29:060:29:11

went to a tie-break but agonisingly,

the British quartet came up short.

0:29:110:29:17

Great Britain and Northern Ireland

are out. Time for the semifinals at

0:29:170:29:23

the

0:29:230:29:29

the Alpine team event.

A battle of some of the giants of

0:29:290:29:31

Alpine skiing. The Austrian team

dominated the Norwegians in the

0:29:310:29:34

first semifinal, posting faster

times in three of the four runs,

0:29:340:29:37

sending them to the big final. The

Swiss team made the last two with a

0:29:370:29:44

convincing victory over France. In

the bronze medal match, Norway beat

0:29:440:29:48

France to historically take their

38th medal of this Olympics, passing

0:29:480:29:53

the US record total of 37 set in

2010.

0:29:530:29:58

Now they do battle for the goal

metal.

0:29:580:30:07

metal. Halfway down the course --

gold medal. She stays on her feet,

0:30:070:30:13

she will give Austria a 1-0 lead.

0:30:130:30:16

These are both medallists in the

Olympic slalom, going head-to-head.

0:30:200:30:28

It is 1-1 in the final. Simultaneous

start.

0:30:300:30:34

It is 1-1 in the final. Simultaneous

start. Jetted out of the turn and

0:30:340:30:43

there is a half gate lead as they

come off the lift. Can't overhaul

0:30:430:30:53

Wendy's lead. Switzerland has a 2-1

advantage. The last race of the

0:30:530:31:01

Alpine ski racing programme, for the

gold medal in the inaugural event. A

0:31:010:31:08

better start from Austria.

Switzerland lead but I do live in

0:31:080:31:13

one. Is he in front? I think he is,

and France are struggling.

0:31:130:31:22

Switzerland in front. Schwarzer has

gone out and Daniel Thorpe can

0:31:220:31:26

cruise through. Switzerland are the

Olympic champions! They have

0:31:260:31:33

defeated their all-time rivals,

Austria, and they take the

0:31:330:31:37

first-ever gold medal in the Alpine

team event.

0:31:370:31:48

Bronze busts, Eve Muirhead's curlers

face Japan with an Olympic medal on

0:31:510:31:56

the line. And feel the rhythm,

watched the time, how fast can the

0:31:560:32:00

British teams go in-run one and two

of the four man Bob.

0:32:000:32:07

You legend! It has been a very good

24 hours.

0:32:310:32:36

So, Ben Kilner makes way for Olympic

silver medal winning skip

0:32:360:32:40

David Murdoch and that means it's

time to go curling.

0:32:400:32:43

Everyone is doing it everywhere, and

they have all been here before. If

0:33:000:33:07

they can repeat their bronze medal

match when of four years ago they

0:33:070:33:10

would become only the fourth British

multi-medallists at Winter Games, as

0:33:100:33:16

well as extending the team

0:33:160:33:19

hall to six.

0:33:190:33:21

Here is Paddy Geary. The bronze

0:33:210:33:22

Here is Paddy Geary. The bronze

medal match is a psychological test

0:33:220:33:25

as much as a sporting one. After

all, you are only here because

0:33:250:33:28

something went wrong.

Eve Muirhead's

quest for gold ends here in this

0:33:280:33:34

semifinal.

Absolutely gutted. We've

trained hard for the last three or

0:33:340:33:38

four years to be in that position

and unfortunately today we were

0:33:380:33:42

outplayed.

But the team could draw

confidence from experience, they won

0:33:420:33:45

bronze four years ago, and beat

Japan four days ago, they could do

0:33:450:33:52

this but actually doing it, that's

different.

Great Britain versus

0:33:520:33:56

Japan!

And Eve and her team ready to

go and they need to be at their

0:33:560:34:04

best.

It was soon clear how tight this

0:34:040:34:07

match be, in such cases the score

key is not to score, to keep the

0:34:070:34:12

last shot, the hammer for when

things open up. But Eve Muirhead's

0:34:120:34:16

stones weren't always following the

strategy stopped about that is one

0:34:160:34:19

for Great Britain but not quite the

start that Eve Muirhead wanted. End

0:34:190:34:26

five, the last before the break, in

the stony stalemate a tiny window

0:34:260:34:30

appeared for Eve, a chance for two.

She has a chance here, past the

0:34:300:34:36

first one, past the second one,

needs to Norwich that. That is

0:34:360:34:40

unlikely, that is very unlucky. --

needs to nudge that.

Get one but not

0:34:400:34:46

two. Great Britain 3-2 up, time for

calm words, Cuba coach. --

0:34:460:34:57

the faith shed on the stand-by

brothers and mothers stop to it is a

0:34:570:35:03

good game so far, fingers crossed.

The girls are positive and doing

0:35:030:35:06

well.

How other nerves watching your

sister? Hellish, I'm not coping very

0:35:060:35:12

well at all. I'm more nervous up

here in the stands and I am down

0:35:120:35:15

there on the ice.

What do they have

to do to is get the bronze?

Be

0:35:150:35:23

patient, work well, get all the

shots and they will get there in the

0:35:230:35:26

end.

It only got more tense, this was

0:35:260:35:32

nervy. Binary curving after the ones

and zeros, as Japan kept the hammer

0:35:320:35:36

in their pocket.

They both want to

have the medal around the neck and

0:35:360:35:42

both had to step it up a little.

3-2

going into end eight and everyone

0:35:420:35:47

knew it might be settled by

mistakes, however small.

We need to

0:35:470:35:51

hit and stick.

0:35:510:35:57

Stay, stay...

Japan finally took one, 3-3,

0:35:570:36:04

Britain's hammer and this match of

knotted tension was starting to

0:36:040:36:08

unravel.

Eve Muirhead, then, trying to catch

0:36:080:36:13

this pretty much on the nose, her

own red. Running back onto the

0:36:130:36:17

yellow.

0:36:170:36:20

No, no, no. Well, the only thing

that has done is given her a chance

0:36:240:36:28

of a blank den.

Cleared everything

out the house, they had to wait for

0:36:280:36:33

that to come.

0:36:330:36:35

We have seen in the earlier ends

where we thought we were heading for

0:36:390:36:46

a blank den, a straightforward

removal of the stone but she has

0:36:460:36:49

done well to get this in. A little

indecision is there on what to do

0:36:490:36:53

with this. Why not two things are

going to happen here. Either Eve

0:36:530:36:57

gets a blank or we'll end up

sticking this red in the house to

0:36:570:37:02

end up with 81.

Even if you give

away anyone here, you have the

0:37:020:37:09

hammer in the last end, having the

hammer is key at the moment. If it's

0:37:090:37:16

blank this end, it would be great.

Oh, Eve!

0:37:160:37:20

Japan had stolen and lead going into

that final end. The last shot would

0:37:200:37:25

be Eve's but every Japanese stones

reduced the margins they could work

0:37:250:37:31

within.

If we get inside and that

once lost, you shut up shop.

0:37:310:37:38

Don't forget, one and we are into an

extra end, two and Great Britain

0:37:380:37:43

win. Anything else, the bronze medal

goes to Japan. So Eve Muirhead,

0:37:430:37:50

then, penultimate stone, trying to

put the pressure on and get herself

0:37:500:37:53

the opportunity and the two. It has

to come round the second yellow and

0:37:530:37:58

tries it on top of that other one,

try and count. It's been a good

0:37:580:38:03

effort from Eve Muirhead but she has

tapped her own back.

A good shot.

0:38:030:38:10

Tucked in a little bit. The final

stone, trying to join in. She has

0:38:100:38:19

been superb all through this match,

Fujisawa. What has she delivered for

0:38:190:38:24

them here? Is it the chance that

this bronze medal? They have never

0:38:240:38:28

won medal. Eve Muirhead still with

eight home to go -- stone to go. It

0:38:280:38:32

is turning a lot, it might just

catch the yellow. It goes by the not

0:38:320:38:36

quite enough.

May have blocked the

way in.

0:38:360:38:41

The Stones spelt out the choice,

taking one were safer and would

0:38:410:38:44

force an extra end but Japan would

have the hammer. The other option

0:38:440:38:48

was to go for two and risk

everything. Eve put it all on red,

0:38:480:38:55

bronze or bust.

She has to hit this

yellow and the other red, hope it

0:38:550:38:59

jams, it has to sit right, and it's

not.

Oh, my goodness!

And that means

0:38:590:39:05

the bronze medal goes to Japan.

Their first-ever medal in curling.

0:39:050:39:10

Eve Muirhead had the chance to win

it, it didn't come off and Great

0:39:100:39:16

Britain will go home empty-handed.

Cannot believe that after all of

0:39:160:39:22

this, Eve Muirhead and the team have

nothing.

I'm absolutely devastated,

0:39:220:39:28

I'm gutted, gutted for myself, my

team. It's been a long journey

0:39:280:39:33

I'm gutted, gutted for myself, my

team. It's been a long journey these

0:39:330:39:34

last four years. Unfortunately we

are going to be going home with no

0:39:340:39:37

medals this time.

We had the chance

for the win and we were all in on

0:39:370:39:43

the one shot we were going to play

and unfortunately we were on the

0:39:430:39:47

wrong side this time.

I'd love to be

able to come back to another

0:39:470:39:50

Olympics but it will take a bit of

time to reflect and we will see what

0:39:500:39:53

the future holds. Hopefully you will

see my face again.

0:39:530:40:00

We certainly hope so. They were so

brave in the immediate aftermath.

0:40:000:40:03

You know what that feels like?

Yes.

Semifinal loss... I loss the bronze

0:40:030:40:11

medal in 2006, probably the hardest

part is to go and speak to the media

0:40:110:40:15

afterwards, because you feel

brutalised yourself. You have lost

0:40:150:40:18

the medal you have tried so hard

for, worked extremely hard for as

0:40:180:40:21

well and you have to deal with that,

deal with the aftermath.

It was a

0:40:210:40:26

very cool end. If M3 map like that

shot Genji would probably try and do

0:40:260:40:32

the same thing, win the match, when

the medal.

-- a very cruel thing.

0:40:320:40:38

Absolutely. You have an opportunity

to win the game, and here is Eve

0:40:380:40:42

through this shot. She will probably

done it many times in practice and

0:40:420:40:48

done it every time. She was right to

nominate their shot to go for. If it

0:40:480:40:52

curled a little more, it would spin

out and you would see the two other

0:40:520:40:55

reds and she would win the game.

You're talking maybe 1-3 millimetres

0:40:550:41:00

more coal on the draw and they would

have had a bronze medal.

Such a slow

0:41:000:41:05

build watching the match on fold and

it was incremental gains by each. It

0:41:050:41:09

seemed so tight and then suddenly it

was over.

The momentum slowly

0:41:090:41:14

building, we were chatting the same

way saying if she does this, if she

0:41:140:41:17

does this, if the Japanese comeback

with this... Suddenly they made a

0:41:170:41:21

mistake, we thought and Eve had the

opportunity but then it over.

Very

0:41:210:41:24

much a cagey affair, a tonne of

pressure. It was for a bronze medal

0:41:240:41:30

at the Olympic Games, something you

have trained hard for. It didn't go

0:41:300:41:34

their way, they didn't get in front,

Friar enough ahead to get

0:41:340:41:38

comfortable on the pressure built up

towards the end.

When we watched it

0:41:380:41:41

this morning, you said a few times,

Eve looks nervous. She didn't look

0:41:410:41:45

the sort of strong and confident

decisive Eve Muirhead we know.

You

0:41:450:41:51

know how much is on the line. It is

tough to go out there and play that

0:41:510:41:56

game, because they wanted the gold

medal. The loss from the Sweden game

0:41:560:42:01

in the semifinal may be carried over

a little bit. It is hard to know.

0:42:010:42:06

They are guilty mates, you know

them, you are out there with them,

0:42:060:42:10

you have to feel their pain?

Absolutely. I mean, I came forth as

0:42:100:42:14

well, but for me it was very much

like I want to put on a good show

0:42:140:42:18

and it all happened so quickly, I

just said in the curling its a very

0:42:180:42:24

legitimate time to use the term

winning bronze. They had it all come

0:42:240:42:29

down on their shoulders. I feel for

them but a banging show throughout

0:42:290:42:33

the week.

Absolutely, terrific

performance. They will be backing

0:42:330:42:37

four years' time. Sometimes that

feeling of unfinished business can

0:42:370:42:40

be a big motivator. In the final of

the men's curling, US were complete

0:42:400:42:44

outsiders coming into this

competition and up against the world

0:42:440:42:48

number one skip from Sweden to stop

it was a very tight affair. We will

0:42:480:42:53

join at 5-5 in the eighth end. As

you will see, the Americans have the

0:42:530:42:57

hammer.

0:42:570:42:59

Oscar Eriksson looking on. Rejected

from their programme after the last

0:43:040:43:11

Olympics, has a chance to win here

in the eighth, a great chance, and

0:43:110:43:16

they both go. It is going to be five

for the USA. They look at the

0:43:160:43:22

opposition, high fives all round. In

the stands they are going crazy.

0:43:220:43:31

Just watching Nicola Sedin, they are

wondering what to do. Surely this is

0:43:310:43:41

the United States's medal now. What

a turnaround in this match, what a

0:43:410:43:46

story this would be in the curling,

and look at that. STUDIO: Ivanka

0:43:460:43:55

Trump among the American fans

cheering on, Donald Trump was my

0:43:550:43:57

daughter. A real shocker. The five

point at which was decisive meant

0:43:570:44:01

they were 10-7 winners. The first

gold medal in curling. Mr teed their

0:44:010:44:07

biggest fan took to Twitter to

congratulate them. A very good

0:44:070:44:09

hashtag.

Yeah... Curling his cool,

fool!

0:44:090:44:24

Now to the four-man bob on Team GB

have two

0:44:350:44:37

Now to the four-man bob on Team GB

have two chances in this, one

0:44:370:44:41

piloted by Lamin Deen on the other

by Larry. Meesha McNeill and nation

0:44:410:44:45

of it achieved the best finish of

eighth, despite their funding the

0:44:450:44:50

British bobsleigh having been

dropped. -- Mica McNeill. All the

0:44:500:44:55

support gone towards a mental

sublets if that money was well

0:44:550:44:57

spent.

0:44:570:44:58

These are both medallists in the

Olympic slalom, going head-to-head.

0:45:010:45:06

Welcome to the Alpensia sliding

centre for the last time.

This time

0:45:080:45:13

it is the four-man bob. The biggest

and earliest event of the lot. Great

0:45:130:45:19

Britain has a proud history in the

four-man bob, not least from Sochi,

0:45:190:45:24

and we are hoping that will be

upgraded to a bronze medal. We have

0:45:240:45:31

two four-man bobs piloted by Brad

Hall and Lamin Deen. They are ranked

0:45:310:45:35

in the teams in the world but they

are expecting to start shopping.

0:45:350:45:49

Lamin Deen's first run was a

disappointment, putting him only 19.

0:45:490:45:55

The world ranked number 12 Brad Hall

fared little better. Getting to

0:45:550:46:02

16th. Justin Kripps had struck gold

in the two-man bob and put himself

0:46:020:46:07

in fifth place and the fringe of

another medal. Nico Walther's team

0:46:070:46:18

included one of the legendary

figures of world man bobsleigh. A

0:46:180:46:23

polished effort. The Korean team

took advantage of being first away

0:46:230:46:29

with a blistering 48.65 to take

second place. Germany's Francesco

0:46:290:46:39

Friedrich shared gold with Justin

Kripps in the two-man bob. A

0:46:390:46:44

fantastic 48.50 four.

Down to earth

with a bump for both of the British.

0:46:440:46:53

Back to the start for run two and we

are hopeful we can get into the

0:46:530:46:57

competition proper.

For Great

Britain, Lamin Deen.

He has not been

0:46:570:47:05

driving well.

Another mistake.

Starting 16th ahead of the American

0:47:050:47:11

team coming in. Lamin Deen will stay

in 19th at worst. Next to go for

0:47:110:47:22

Great Britain, Brad Hall.

These

little differences cost time. This

0:47:220:47:27

track is easy to lose speed but hard

to find it and he will drop back one

0:47:270:47:33

or two spots.

The run is not

particularly happy. Regular mistakes

0:47:330:47:38

early for Brad Hall. 49.68 is quite

a lot slower than run number one.

0:47:380:47:49

Not a great results. Joint gold

medallists in the two-man bob.

0:47:490:47:53

Justin Kripps and his partner.

They

know the track so well. This is a

0:47:530:48:00

good run.

Might be done to one tenth

and less than that. He lost quite a

0:48:000:48:08

lot. Eight hundredths. He holds a

slender lead. Three big ones.

0:48:080:48:17

Germany, Nico Walther.

An absolute

magician. He can find speed in the

0:48:170:48:24

track where nobody else can. B is

moving in the right direction and

0:48:240:48:28

pulling away from the others behind

him.

-- he is moving. Holding

0:48:280:48:34

Speedwell down towards the finish

and goes ahead of Justin Kripps by

0:48:340:48:39

two tenths of a second. Now the

pressure is on. The Korean team had

0:48:390:48:46

a brilliant run one, but they went

first.

You can hardly hear them

0:48:460:48:51

coming through the corners because

he knows the track well.

0:48:510:49:02

he knows the track well.

The gap

might close. Just a little bit. Won

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Junyong has done brilliantly for

Korea and tomorrow on the medals

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chase they are in the thick of

things.

Look at what it means to the

0:49:110:49:15

hometown team.

A big run from the

Koreans. Francesco Friedrich goes

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for Germany.

The current leaders. We

know he is fast because he has

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already won a gold medal. You can

hardly hear him so you no he has the

0:49:270:49:33

line is perfect.

A great chance of a

gold medal. Look what it meant to

0:49:330:49:39

the coaching team. Francesco

Friedrich with a big lead over Won

0:49:390:49:44

Junyong of South Korea. Nico Walther

sitting third. This is developing

0:49:440:49:50

into an underwhelming competition

for Great Britain.

Are you surprised

0:49:500:49:55

to be where you are?

Definitely. We

had a big surprise a couple of days

0:49:550:50:01

ago with equipment, a technicality,

a back runner. Rules are rules and

0:50:010:50:06

we had to change. We could not test

the sets we wanted to test but that

0:50:060:50:11

is how it is.

We have been driving

well but the kit has not got us down

0:50:110:50:16

the track fast enough. We were

scratching our heads, thinking what

0:50:160:50:21

is going wrong? We have to carry on.

Two more runs, we will push as fast

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as we can.

The two British well back

in the field. John Jackson, how do

0:50:270:50:35

you feel today went?

Not very well

from a British perspective. They

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have had podiums this year but on

form leading into this, yes, it is

0:50:400:50:46

where it is.

Anyway back into the

top ten even? No chance, maybe top

0:50:460:50:52

15 at best. Right, run three and

four tomorrow and we will be here to

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see it

0:50:580:50:59

four tomorrow and we will be here to

see it through to the end.

0:50:590:51:02

STUDIO: A dejected John Jackson. He

looks angry. We have Nicola

0:51:020:51:08

Minichiello and skeleton gold

medallist from Vancouver Amy

0:51:080:51:12

Williams. How embarrassing is 17th

and 18th after two runs?

0:51:120:51:20

and 18th after two runs?

It is

terrible. Egg on the face. After

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having £5 million of investment over

the last four years. The results

0:51:270:51:31

were there in the early part of the

season. You do not know why it

0:51:310:51:36

happened. At this point it is not

good enough.

How can you not have a

0:51:360:51:43

spare set of runners?

I am confused,

you would normally have several

0:51:430:51:47

pairs, whether it is hard, cold ice,

softer ice. And on top of that

0:51:470:51:53

another spare pair just in case.

Runners are checked all the time. At

0:51:530:51:58

major championships they will be

picky about one millimetre out so

0:51:580:52:02

why if you knew they were slightly

on the edge why not bring another

0:52:020:52:07

set? We have funding to do that and

their target was two top fives and

0:52:070:52:13

they have been on the podium at

different times last season. They

0:52:130:52:17

have proved they have the skills and

talent. What I find hard, days ago

0:52:170:52:23

they did not know who would be...

Each driver did not know the three

0:52:230:52:27

men behind them. You look at the

Germans, Canadians and Americans,

0:52:270:52:32

you do not swat teams around. They

were in sync with each other, every

0:52:320:52:39

split second. Four big guys jumping

into the bobsleigh. You have to be

0:52:390:52:44

in perfect sync. To me, there

started scruffy. Loading in they

0:52:440:52:48

were taking their time.

What do you

think needs to happen next because

0:52:480:52:55

there will be a big enquiry?

There

has to be. Questions have to be

0:52:550:53:00

asked, what has gone wrong? We saw

it with the Germans four years ago,

0:53:000:53:05

they went away with a disaster, no

medals. Underperformance, and they

0:53:050:53:11

launched an investigation. How do

they fix it? Newsletter, team,

0:53:110:53:18

staff, new athletes. And they put it

back together -- new sleds. Looks

0:53:180:53:28

likely they will get a gold medal

and in the skeleton.

I have faith in

0:53:280:53:35

the team. Brad Hall is the new top

guy coming up and he has promise and

0:53:350:53:40

has shone through. If we can get

these little things together and we

0:53:400:53:43

learned it at the games

unfortunately, now we have four

0:53:430:53:48

years ahead. I feel we can do it in

the bobsleigh.

The third and fourth

0:53:480:53:54

rounds to come tonight and in the

morning. Mrs Paddy now with the rest

0:53:540:53:57

of the medals. -- this is Paddy.

Canada should not be here. This

0:53:570:54:07

match is a strange world for gold

medallists at

0:54:070:54:11

match is a strange world for gold

medallists at the last two games but

0:54:110:54:12

after being shocked in the

semifinal, they beat Czech Republic

0:54:120:54:18

6-4 to secure third place. The mass

start cross country is the realm of

0:54:180:54:23

the iron men, skiing at its most

gruelling. Finland had been waiting

0:54:230:54:27

for its first gold medal. So plenty

of pride. His coach put it down to

0:54:270:54:37

what the Finns call fighting spirit.

And a new event at the Olympics,

0:54:370:54:44

mass start speed skating is known as

Nascar on ice. The women's race had

0:54:440:54:50

a high octane finish.

The sprint is

on. The Japanese is going to get it.

0:54:500:54:55

On the line. A second gold medal of

the games after her success with

0:54:550:55:01

Japan in the team pursuit. And if

the mass start look to pick up a

0:55:010:55:05

following, the men's race did the

job with the home favourite being

0:55:050:55:10

the gold

0:55:100:55:16

the gold medal favourite and he

lived up to the hype. The first

0:55:170:55:19

Olympic champion in the mass sprint

is a Korean. That gold medal take

0:55:190:55:23

taxes haul up to five Olympic

medals.

0:55:230:55:27

No golds for Norway or Germany

for second day running,

0:55:270:55:29

so they are still on 13.

0:55:290:55:32

Three medals today for South Korea -

takes them to 15, a record for them,

0:55:320:55:37

with a gold or silver to come

from the women's curling tonight.

0:55:370:55:40

There is Team GB in 18th spot.

0:55:400:55:42

Let's go Off Piste.

0:55:420:55:48

First, a lovely photo of the new

bronze medallist Billy Morgan. With

0:55:480:55:57

Aimee

0:55:570:55:58

bronze medallist Billy Morgan. With

Aimee Fuller.

0:55:580:56:03

And isn't that sweet?

0:56:080:56:15

And teddy driving the

kids round the bend.

0:56:150:56:17

Despite no British success

in the curling, kids

0:56:170:56:18

are still enjoying giving it

a go at home...

0:56:180:56:26

The Bassetlaw swim squad

are practising mass start skeleton.

0:56:300:56:32

Here's one man bob...

0:56:320:56:33

Three girl bob...

0:56:330:56:36

And some bedtime bobsleigh -

0:56:360:56:42

Settle down kids! Always wear your

helmets at home.

0:56:420:56:52

Now, red-hot, ice-cold. The Swedish

athlete first. He goes

0:56:520:56:59

Now, red-hot, ice-cold. The Swedish

athlete first. He goes big. He goes

0:56:590:57:00

very big and very long. But look at

this for a getup. Very cool. Style.

0:57:000:57:12

Next, if it is not tough enough

racing down a mountain at the

0:57:120:57:16

Olympics. Watch the slow motion. She

almost slices that. I must stress

0:57:160:57:23

she does not. No animals hurt. That

was close.

0:57:230:57:31

was close. Next, remember, do not

hit anything, because it will hit

0:57:310:57:34

you back. And finally, when you are

so smooth you can moonwalk at the

0:57:340:57:43

curling final. I think they are

going

0:57:430:57:50

curling final. I think they are

going to be big stars when they go

0:57:500:57:52

back to the USA. The Americans will

embrace it. The way they supported

0:57:520:57:57

it was quite loud.

They went curling

crazy and it is great for the sport.

0:57:570:58:04

I think America has a new passion.

Who was the star so far the games?

0:58:040:58:11

Ester Ledecka. I admire her talents.

I cannot Win a ski racing gold medal

0:58:110:58:19

and she wins two in two sports.

We

are delighted you came to join us,

0:58:190:58:30

Woodsy. Thank you for entertaining

us at the Winter Olympics and on the

0:58:300:58:35

show. It has been an all-star cast.

0:58:350:58:38

Chemmy, Amy, Nicola.

0:58:380:58:39

Woodsy, Ben and David.

0:58:390:58:43

Thank you for your contributions.

0:58:430:58:45

Live sport through the night

and I'll be back with a review

0:58:450:58:48

of the whole Games at 10am tomorrow,

before the Closing Ceremony at 11am.

0:58:480:58:51

We leave you with Billy Morgan

the big air bronze medallist,

0:58:510:58:53

who felt the fear and did it anyway.

0:58:530:58:55

Billy, you are a hero.

0:58:550:59:00

Like that?

Yes.

0:59:000:59:03

Like that?

Yes.

COMMENTATOR: Come

on, Billy Morgan. Oh, yes! Billy

0:59:030:59:16

Morgan has got a bronze medal!

Oh,

my God, Billy Morgan, you legend.

0:59:160:59:24

Clare Balding presents highlights of the day's action at the Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang, including coverage of the men's gold-medal curling game and women's bronze-medal match. It is a decisive day of snowboard competition, featuring the finals of the men's big air and men's and women's parallel giant slalom.