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Highlights from day nine, including the men's freestyle skiing slopestyle and the men's giant slalom.


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Previously at the Winter Olympics.

Dominic Parsons, can he deliver his

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magic? Great Britain's Izzy Atkin

wins bronze. Lizzy Yarnold wins gold

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again! Great Britain has taken

bronze, as well.

I am so happy. It

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is just like a dream.

Day nine.

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Yesterday Britain had their greatest

ever day at a Winter Olympics.

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Three medals including

Lizzie Yarnold's historic

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second gold and today,

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for the first time we saw two

Union Flags raised at the medals

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ceremony for the skeleton.

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The question today was could there

be more medals in the mountains?

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The showmanship of

slopestyle brings out

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the best in James Woods -

would Woodsy dazzle the judges?

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The slide of Britain -

can the bobsleigh boys

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follow the skeleton success?

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Find out how they got

on in runs one and two.

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We'll catch up with

the history girls -

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the tremendous trio of medallists.

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Marcel Hirscher is on the hunt for

the Golden fleece. Part two of his

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challenge game in the giant slalom.

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Bobsleigh World champion and 3 time

Olympian Nicola Minichiello

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and daredevil downhiller

Chemmy Alcott join me now.

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Izzy Atkin showed the way in ski

slope style by becoming the first

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official British medallist on skis.

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James Woods still finds it odd to be

classed as an Olympian or described

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as an elite athlete -

he thinks of himself as an artist

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and he is admired on the freestyle

circuit as being

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one of the great creators.

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In slopestyle, you've got to risk it

all to gain the greatest reward.

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Turn on, tune in, drop out.

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This is my home. In the mix is Mr

James Woods, right out of Sheffield,

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England.

I was a grimy kid. I really

don't care about anything but going

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training.

Woodsy, keeping it simple.

His runs the day would be simple.

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His runs today would be simple. He's

ready, Robert.

Too much? Over the

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top? I tell you what, Woodsy is

really up this. He loves course. He

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thinks it is absolutely mega. This

is going to be incredible.

Woodsy

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stent his first run scoring 90.2,

but the standard in qualifying was

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insane and he ended up finishing

eighth. Some big names didn't even

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make it, including previous God

medallist Henrik Harlaut. And the

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top 12 advanced through to the

finals. Welcome to the ski

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slopestyle files. Conditions are

perfect. Evan Mceachran, the

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Canadian.

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perfect. Evan Mceachran, the

Canadian.

He should have a technical

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top section.

He is really strong on

this. The level of difficulty and

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technicality was off the chart.

Villars one, two, three, 16, 20! Ow!

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That is how you start things off.

The judges, leaving themselves

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plenty of room, there. Now, the

Norwegian, Oystein Braaten. Big, big

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name on the jumps.

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name on the jumps. He has got some

big tricks. Hold tight. Just using

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that little detail up there to try

and win the judges' affection. The

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450 out.

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450 out.

So, really nice. Chucking

in that cheeky little misty thing

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off the saddle.

Another 1260. He

winds up hard, the switch double 14.

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We are going to see back-to-back 14s

here, left and right, so much going

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on, and then absolutely stomps the

landing.

Talk as rivers. The tail

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grab air on the left hand inside

Bill two outside till, so shifting

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hands, really hard to do. And there

you go, 95.

The judges have gone

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early. That seems really high,

really soon. Woodsy's first run was

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almost perfect, brilliant control

through the rails on the first two

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kickers but he could not make his

newest trick stick. He will be

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looking to improve in-run two.

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looking to improve in-run two. James

Woods. Came so close on his first

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run. Look at the smile.

Really liked

by the free ski community. 270 off.

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And the double hit this time.

You

heard both of them. He locked that

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down so nicely. Spinning onto these

rails in different directions, which

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the judges will like.

The 360 grab.

Using the direction of the Twisted

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Sister kegger by going right off the

corner.

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corner. -- kicker.

Now a better grab

that time, the bottom jump, what has

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he got? The octo is there.

Yes,

Woodsy, that was huge! He throws

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down a run that showcases him at his

very best. 91, so second place for

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Woodsy at the moment. Four points

below Oystein Braaten. The next man

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to drop, qualified in third place.

Alex Beaulieu-Marchand. He knew that

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his rails are going to be strong but

he backed it up with very powerful

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kickers on his first run. Now he is

poised to strike.

Yes, he's like a

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wild cobra. Into jump two.

He's gone

very deep on that.

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very deep on that. The switch 16,

treble, at the end. Very, very big.

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The Canadians know it. Silver is 91,

and that is mighty dewpoint war,

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Alex Beaulieu-Marchand of Canada

moves into the silver medal

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position.

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position. James Woods gets pushed

down into bronze. Third and final

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runs coming up here at the men's ski

slopestyle finals. James Woods,

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looking to repeat Izzy Atkin's

continent yesterday and take a medal

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here.

-- Izzy Atkin's

accomplishment. Skis onto the down

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bar, up and over the goalpost. He

went bigger.

Really like that. He

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has missed the 450 out. A lot of

work to do. Needs to do something

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very special. He has just tagged his

way out of that, as well. He is

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going to use the transition.

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going to use the transition. So, so

smooth, there. He has gone straight

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over the front. To the 1260, the

Earth came to meet him, then.

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Earth came to meet him, then. Oh, my

goodness! It was perfect. But he's

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missed that one rail. Arguably the

rail that he has made look so

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stylish and clean up to this point.

90 points. If the fall 50 had been

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there it would have been an

improvement and he might have reeled

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in ABM, Alex Beaulieu-Marchand in

silver medal position. Instead it is

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a long, tortuous wait for James

Woods.

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Woods. Nick Gopper. This will be

big.

Bronze medal in Sochi. He needs

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to up his game a little bit here.

Nice top section, through the top.

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The treble, the double grab.

He made

that look so easy, opened up early,

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he spotted the landing. The schools

coming in, now. He goes into silver

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medal position with 93.6. James

Woods drops out of the top three. He

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shakes the hand of Goepper and walks

out on the finish area. Alex

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Beaulieu-Marchand will watch very

nervously in bronze medal position

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as Oscar Wester prepares to drop.

What's he got? He needs the run of

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his life, here.

Huge 450.

The

pretzel, out. And he's gone. That's

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it. And the celebrations can begin

down at the bottom here.

The

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Norwegian weather fantastic first

run that has stood the test of time

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in this final, will take the gold

medal. In second place, it is the

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American, bronze in Sochi but the

silver hearing Pyeongchang. In third

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place, it is the Canadian Alex

Beaulieu-Marchand, and

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heartbreakingly, in fourth place, it

is James Woods.

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heartbreakingly, in fourth place, it

is James Woods.

It is a game of

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perfection. And you have got to go

up and above that difficulty wise. I

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came here, I constructed this run,

to win, it was definitely go for

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broke. It wasn't quite perfect, but

I managed to step up, under the

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knife, and do it three times in a

row. That was a show. Goodness me,

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it was a good one.

Nicola

Minichiello, you were watching that

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with your chin like... What did you

make of it?

It is literally mind

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blowing, so many twists. And I love

Woodsy, his accent, he is so down to

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earth.

He started in the ski village

in Sheffield. No mountains that he

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could go up and practice on.

He

would go up every day after school.

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It was his passion. And you can see

that, he's had these amazing results

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in the X games everywhere, and now

the Olympics, if he could go and ski

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at Sheffield on the plastic with a

lovely kids coming up, he would.

The

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trick he created, that he'd like to

land in the first one, if this had

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come off, he would have won a gold

medal.

He knows that. The level was

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so high. He just didn't finish the

rotation on the landing. It's

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amazing how much input he had into

that. He constructed that run,

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knowing that if it was clean and

perfect, he would win a medal.

The

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mistake he made on his final run was

so tiny. And it wasn't even on the

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most difficult thing. He is great at

the rails.

He's one of the worlds

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best but he didn't lift his hip on

the exit so he wasn't able to do the

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450 on the landing. I am gutted for

him. The cost of the naked eye the

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rest of the run looked amazing.

He

cut his chin on that first run and

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he had different plasters on it.

He

had the union Jack.

He was

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representing! Let's look at the

winning run. This was fabulous. The

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gold medal went to Oystein Braaten

of Norway. Honestly, the Yester city

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of their knees and hips and freedom

with which they move, it is

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impressive.

It is difficult to be a

rail ride and be indy air, and he

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just looked like he was in one flow,

from top to bottom. His brother

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called that he would win. He message

the winner in the morning, and he

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was, like, but back me, everyone is

great.

What did Woodsy say about

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finishing fourth? He said, finishing

fourth is minging! But I will ski

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for ever, baby.

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It's a shame for Woodsy that skiing

big air isn't yet an Olympic sport -

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he won a gold medal at the X Games

in that, but new to Pyeongchang

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is the snowboarding big air.

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Aimee Fuller's going

in qualification tomorrow

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morning at 1am..

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Then it's the turn of the boys

on Wednesday morning.

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Billy Morgan hoping

for success in that.

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Later next week it's the ski cross

which is a must-watch.

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The men's final is at

0415 Wednesday

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and the women's final

is at 0415 Friday morning.

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She is here with us now.

What an

intro.

It doesn't show what you have

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done in coaching around the world?

I

retired in 2011 and my background is

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teaching and I wanted to continue to

help people, help them progress into

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sport. I went into development and

switched to the Netherlands as the

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head coach and we got fourth place

in such. I have been working to

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North America for the International

Federation helping emerging nations

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develop, Ghana, Nigeria, the nations

where it is not traditionally their

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sport. This is the fantastic thing

and we are seeing it more and more.

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You don't have to be from an Alpine

nation to succeed and you don't have

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to be from an Alpine nation to

compete. It is showing how much more

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of a global opportunity this is.

Bob

is for the world.

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Now, to the two man Bob

and the British duo piloted

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by Brad Hall with Joel Fearon

slotting in behind him.

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They made a superb start to official

training on Thursday,

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recording the second-fastest time

of that session.

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Now, it's for real though.

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Just like the other sliding events

they have four runs,

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it's time to push it to the limit.

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We are underway. The men's two-man

bob.

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bob. Brad Hall, together

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We are underway. The men's two-man

bob. Brad Hall, together with Joel

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Fearon. A lovely, clean run would be

to reflect. Would be lovely to get

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off to a good start.

You

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off to a good start.

You can see

Joel had a good transition. This is

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good. It is clean. He has such a

good feel for the front of the shut

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commie using the

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commie using the corner to pushing

through. Perfect down the middle.

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This is a good run from Brad. Little

bump, but that won't cost him too

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much time. This is a good run from

Brad Hall.

What a lovely start,

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clean through 15 and Great Britain

are off and running with a decent

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time, 39.47. This is terrific,

steering was spot on through the

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tricky chicane. The run of Brad

Hall's life, but there was a tricky

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competition to come and none more in

the shape of the World Cup champions

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from Canada, Justin Phipps and his

pregnant, Alexander Kopacz. Hot on

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their heels, the four-time world

champions, Francesco Friedrich and

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Thorsten Margis, who finished on

49.22, enough to keep them in the

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top five. But it was their fellow

Germans who would be the one to

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challenge. They finished just of a

second off the Canadians's time.

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Brad Hall down in sixth, but not for

long when the Latvian duo scorched

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down the ice, to set a new record

and take the honours with a time of

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49.0 eight. The Brits were seventh

with just two hundredths of a second

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separating the top two. Brad Hall,

going for Great Britain. Great shots

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from behind into the first bend.

Well done, boys.

This is what he did

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on the first run. But he had the

freshest ice. Hopefully we will see

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the British sled get the number one

spot as it comes up the hill.

It is

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going to be close. They are

definitely going to end day one, not

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worse than seven.

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Johannes Lochner is next.

This is

the run potentially Johannes Lochner

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needs to put pressure on the medals.

I had him down as one of the medal

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winners here.

Will he extend away

from Brad Hall now? Three tenths

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ahead. Yes. He goes straight into

the lead.

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That looked fairly good. Now

obviously, they start their second

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run, just off the leader. Let's see

if they can improve.

This is him

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charging towards the gold medal

position. He is not worried about

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his team-mate, and he has crashed on

the corner, but that won't affect

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his time. He has got his head down

because it wants the best

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aerodynamic profile as possible.

Because he couldn't see the edge of

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the corner, he didn't get the

steering quite right.

Justin Kripps,

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second place after the first run. He

can afford to go attempts slower

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than his first run and still hold

the lead after Nico Walther has just

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crashed.

He is just losing speed.

Are we going to have a slight change

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to the border? Big chance

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to the border? Big chance here. He

can just open up a bit of daylight

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over the rest of them. He will drop

back right away. He will drop into

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third or fourth place. This could be

a big mistake.

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a big mistake. The Latvian has made

a mistake and is only fourth.

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a mistake and is only fourth.

A

wonderful day the Great Britain's

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Brad Hall.

How are those lines?

Really happy with that, solid heats,

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let's go into tomorrow.

Brad has

come a long way in such a short

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time, overcome a lot of things. He

is here and competitive. I wanted

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him to smile. So far, he is still

smiling. I am over the moon for him.

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It is interesting, Joel

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It is interesting, Joel Fearon said

he hadn't done any of the training

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runs.

Yes, even an extra 100th of a

secon will make the difference. For

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him as a track and field athlete

coming in, being in the best

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possible position.

He can run 100

and is in under ten seconds.

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and is in under ten seconds. Brad's

driving, he seems to be sharp,

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getting to grips with this track?

Relatively, he hasn't been driving

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for a long time. He has had some

fantastic results, also some

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shocking results. For man has been

his speciality and that is where we

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expected the performance to come

from. For him to be doing so well in

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the two-man, shows how much

potential he has got.

I want to

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mention Bruce Tasker and he watches

this programme. It is difficult for

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him not being out there. He was part

of the four-man bob team that will

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hopefully be promoted from a bronze

medal in Sochi. He has had a stroke,

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he's only 30. He is recovering at

home. He is watching and he will be

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proud about how the guys have

started. But a reminder of how

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dangerousness can be. The Germans

crashing, still posted the fastest

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time. But crashing

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crashing, still posted the fastest

time. But crashing on their second

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run?

To be the fastest, you have to

risk it all and it is the same we

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see across so many events. He didn't

push the hi try, try to maximise his

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speed. He did have the highest

speeds, but he did take it. I am

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sure the athletes will have a couple

of bruises, but they lead they have

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now is the tenth of a second. They

are right up there.

Quickly, how

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much does

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are right up there.

Quickly, how

much does a bobsleigh cost?

A lot

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more of the nations are investing in

their own technology, we have just

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had the Americans spent over $1

million on research and innovation

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is. You have all the different

companies trying to build them. To

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buy one off the shelf, around 50,000

euros.

Wow!

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A moment now to reflect on the

momentous achievements of yesterday.

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It was a day that summed up how

much Winter Olympians

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care about their sport,

how hard they work, how the gap

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between delight and despair

is as narrow as the blade

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on a skate.

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It was a very special

Saturday with tears,

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tension and the ultimate triumph.

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This is the biggest day so far in

these games for the British teams.

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This is the biggest day so far in

these games for the British teams.

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Isabel Atkin, what has she got in

her run. The biggest run of her life

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starts now. Come on, Izzy Atkin.

Final jump.

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Final jump. Must try and remain

impartial.

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impartial. Ladies and gentlemen,

Great Britain and Izzy Atkin take

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the bronze.

Let's turn our attention

to short track Speed Skating.

Big

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night of Short Track racing ahead

not least in this 1500 metres. That

0:25:500:25:56

was a tremendous return to the ice.

Elise Christie safely through to the

0:25:560:26:02

semifinal.

Today, it is all about

the skeleton.

A warm welcome to the

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Sliding Centre head of round three

of the women's skeleton. Lizzy

0:26:070:26:13

Yarnold is 200 of the lead. They

will be separated by much at the

0:26:130:26:20

line. Laura Deas stays in fourth

place.

0:26:200:26:27

place.

Elise Christie needs to

finish in the first two to get into

0:26:270:26:31

the Olympic final. Now the race is

on as they take the bell. Elise

0:26:310:26:36

Christie in third place. They come

round the final bend and they crash.

0:26:360:26:42

Elise Christie has crashed again in

the semifinals. Yet again, she ends

0:26:420:26:46

up in a distraught heap on the

floor.

Now, we come to the potential

0:26:460:26:54

medallists. Hold it together. Laura

Deas, goes next for Great Britain.

0:26:540:27:04

She is confirmed as Fort. Lizzy

Yarnold is next. The Olympic

0:27:040:27:09

champion, can she make history and

win it again.

Look at the Gap, this

0:27:090:27:14

could be at least silver for Lizzy

Yarnold.

She gets to the front.

That

0:27:140:27:20

is a gold winning run.

0:27:200:27:26

is a gold winning run.

Flock, needs

the run of her 28 years to take out

0:27:270:27:32

Lizzy Yarnold. Looks like you Lizzy

Yarnold will win gold again. Has

0:27:320:27:38

Laura Deas got a medal in her? Flock

goes forth. Lizzy Yarnold as the

0:27:380:27:45

gold medal and Laura Deas wins the

bronze as well. The morning after

0:27:450:27:54

the night before, before they went

to their medal ceremony, I caught up

0:27:540:27:57

with Lizzie and Laura he talked me

through the swing in her emotions.

0:27:570:28:05

with Lizzie and Laura he talked me

through the swing in her emotions.

0:28:050:28:09

I was so pleased the Lizzie and I

thought I had missed out, I don't

0:28:090:28:13

want to come forth. I knew it was

down to Janine's run. I was so

0:28:130:28:18

nervous I didn't want to look at the

screen and I was keeping an eye on

0:28:180:28:21

the numbers in the corner because I

was praying she would drop behind

0:28:210:28:25

me. When I saw she came down in

fourth, it was total madness.

We

0:28:250:28:31

screamed at each other. I have

somebody in the studio that would

0:28:310:28:36

like to say something, Alex Coomber,

who started this medal run in the

0:28:360:28:41

21st-century in skeleton is here.

Hello, Lizzie. He will always said

0:28:410:28:47

your aim was to go back with the

gold medal but I would love to know,

0:28:470:28:52

at any point during training or the

race, did you have any loss of

0:28:520:28:55

confidence and feel you are not

going to get it?

No, I didn't ever

0:28:550:29:01

doubt myself, even though I was

potentially going to pull out of the

0:29:010:29:05

race. I never stopped believing that

if I did my best and focused on me,

0:29:050:29:09

my sled and the track, that is all I

had to focus on, I could potentially

0:29:090:29:16

win. You cannot affect anyone else's

performance, all you can do is your

0:29:160:29:20

best and I am relieved it came

together on the day.

That is an

0:29:200:29:25

amazingly positive way to go about

it. Laura, how much do you think you

0:29:250:29:30

have learned from being alongside

Lizzie, but what would you like to

0:29:300:29:33

say about the double Olympic

champion standing beside you?

She is

0:29:330:29:38

an amazing person and I feel

incredibly grateful to be sharing

0:29:380:29:41

this moment with her. We started

this sport at the same time eight,

0:29:410:29:46

nine years ago now. I remember

vividly, the moment I was watching

0:29:460:29:52

her and I was at home. She was in

Sochi and she sent me a message to

0:29:520:29:57

say, she wishes I could have been

there with her.

0:29:570:30:06

And, in response, what would you

like to say about Laura?

It is a

0:30:070:30:13

huge privilege to share this with

one of my best friends in the world.

0:30:130:30:18

I know that she is a fierce

competitor, an amazing athlete and

0:30:180:30:22

superb on the track. So I know that

I had to be at my best to try and

0:30:220:30:27

beat Laura, and thank God we pushed

each other and help each other and

0:30:270:30:31

now we can share it, and have a

holiday!

Even in an individual sport

0:30:310:30:37

there is teamwork, and the joy was

undoubtedly doubled for both of them

0:30:370:30:40

because they could share the

ceremony and a moment of history,

0:30:400:30:45

two places on the podium taken by

British athletes, a bronze medal for

0:30:450:30:50

Laura Deas, and alongside, arguably

Britain's greatest winter Olympian.

0:30:500:30:56

Such a good role model, Lizzy

Yarnold, the first to win two gold

0:30:560:31:01

medals at the Winter Olympics. She

never stopped believing it was

0:31:010:31:05

possible. She wanted to thank those

who supported and helped her.

0:31:050:31:13

NATIONAL ANTHEM OF GREAT BRITAIN

0:31:140:31:22

CHEERING

0:31:520:31:58

And that will have such an impact.

Four years ago when she won gold,

0:31:580:32:04

within a few days there were 35,000

applications from young girls

0:32:040:32:07

wanting to take up sliding. And this

time, we expect young boys to want

0:32:070:32:14

to join in.

There are sports for

creative young people who think you

0:32:140:32:18

might like skateboarding or free

running, what can I do? And she has

0:32:180:32:25

shown, again, that things are meant

to be fought for.

One of the reasons

0:32:250:32:30

it's so important to enjoy those

moments of triumph, is that there

0:32:300:32:33

are so many times along the way that

you are going to halt, and...

0:32:330:32:41

While all that was going on,

Elise Christie has been

0:32:410:32:44

picking herself up again.

0:32:440:32:48

They will have been applying ice to

it. They try to get her in good

0:32:480:32:52

shape for the 1000 metres on

Tuesday.

It's not about pain, we

0:32:520:32:56

know what a tough competitor she is.

There is part of you as an athlete

0:32:560:33:00

that uses an injury as an excuse to

take the pressure off. We know how

0:33:000:33:05

much pressure we as a nation have

piled on her, during the last games,

0:33:050:33:11

so now, that's gone because she's

got this injury. If she can get on

0:33:110:33:17

the starting gate, and if she can

line up in that heat, that would be

0:33:170:33:20

a triumph.

0:33:200:33:21

Now to a controversial

day in the curling.

0:33:210:33:24

Showtime. Both British teams began

the day on treacherous ice, cracked

0:33:420:33:48

by career. The part of the

semifinals might depend on nudges,

0:33:480:33:52

inches and fine lines, as we will

soon see. The men faced Italy in a

0:33:520:33:56

match they dared not lose, and they

were 5-3 up going into the eighth

0:33:560:34:01

end, with Kyle Smith hoping to

restrict his opponents to one stone,

0:34:010:34:04

but he ended up of course.

He has

caught the guard, can you believe

0:34:040:34:10

it?

He opened the door and let Italy

back into that game.

Italy took two

0:34:100:34:15

then, Smith had a chance to take two

of his own. This was to be a slow

0:34:150:34:19

and painful mess.

Oh, dear.

Another

missed opportunity, a real shame.

0:34:190:34:26

Into a crucial tenth end with every

stone mattering, then one of the

0:34:260:34:32

Italians accidentally touched one.

Smith could've asked for it to be

0:34:320:34:36

removed, and left it in place. Then

Italy forced it into the extra end,

0:34:360:34:40

and then Smith had a last, decisive

shot, the out of sorts skip would

0:34:400:34:46

imagine his hands, no pressure...

No

problem. Unbelievable draw from Kyle

0:34:460:34:51

Smith under the highest levels of

pressure.

Dean Smith, joint fourth,

0:34:510:34:55

and still in the semifinal hunt.

We

want to do bounce back. We put in a

0:34:550:35:00

really good game and finally got the

win.

Team knew I had's rocky road to

0:35:000:35:06

the semifinals reached Sweden, the

form team of the women's

0:35:060:35:08

competition. The Swedes applied

pressure at just the right time.

0:35:080:35:14

Sweden leaders, 6-4. Anything less

than two and it is all over.

No

0:35:140:35:17

margin of error for them in and then

and it was time for a Eve Muirhead

0:35:170:35:24

masterclass, two taken out into the

extra end. In that 11th end, Team GB

0:35:240:35:31

were in a precarious position. Could

Eve Muirhead save the day? We will

0:35:310:35:35

never know. This was a collusion of

confusion.

It has got the red light

0:35:350:35:40

on it. That indicated that Eve

Muirhead had not released it by the

0:35:400:35:46

time it reached the home line, the

curling equivalent of a Nobel.

0:35:460:35:51

Replacing tissue that she had let go

in time.

This is a real disaster.

I

0:35:510:35:57

have never seen that before. It

meant she was powerless to stop

0:35:570:36:01

Sweden's final telling stone.

The

first stone that I have hogged in my

0:36:010:36:08

life. When it comes to that, it is

horrible, it is worse when you see

0:36:080:36:11

it and it doesn't look like it. We

are still firmly in play-off

0:36:110:36:16

contention, if we win the rest of

our games.

There is hope, they are

0:36:160:36:20

forth, but the group is tight, but

the headlines will be about that hog

0:36:200:36:25

line. Still to come...

0:36:250:36:30

Bend him, shape him,

anyway you want him...

0:36:300:36:32

Marcel Hirscher wanted to twist his

way towards giant slalom glory.

0:36:320:36:38

We will be up, up and away with the

final of the men's aerials.

0:36:380:36:48

final of the men's aerials.

I love a

bit of sparkle on a Sunday.

0:36:480:36:53

I'm happy. It's there.

And the thing

that Chemmy is proudest of is that

0:37:100:37:18

she made that box. Now, Alpine

skiing.

0:37:180:37:28

All eyes

on Austria's mountain

0:37:280:37:30

marvel, Marcel Hirscher.

0:37:300:37:31

Before we see the giant

slalom, here's a reminder

0:37:310:37:33

of how good this guy is.

0:37:330:37:40

Herschel is still in front. Marcel

Hirscher is on a mission, here.

One

0:37:450:37:52

of the groups of all time.

The one

thing that is missing from his

0:37:520:37:57

trophy hurdle is an Olympic gold

medal.

Glorious slalom skiing from

0:37:570:38:02

Marcel Hirscher. At last, Marcel

Hirscher is an Olympic champion.

0:38:020:38:10

Hirscher is an Olympic champion.

If

Marcel Hirscher achieves what he's

0:38:100:38:12

capable of and Wednesday is my gold

medals at these games, he will

0:38:120:38:16

become the undisputed greatest male

ski racer of all time. This is all

0:38:160:38:21

out in two three, he's already taken

gold in the combined and in a Giant

0:38:210:38:25

Slalom, he's an spectacular form.

Five races this season and he has

0:38:250:38:29

taken quite a lot of them, he a

reigning world champion. The only

0:38:290:38:33

question is, can need you with the

pressure of expectation? On the

0:38:330:38:37

first run the only other skier to

win a World Cup giant slalom this

0:38:370:38:42

season, Alexis Pinturault, set a

good

0:38:420:38:44

season, Alexis Pinturault, set a

good base from number one.

0:38:440:38:50

good base from number one. His

team-mate might have got some

0:38:500:38:51

information from partner, the

reigning Olympic champion Mikaela

0:38:510:38:55

Shiffrin to ski into second. Then it

was the turn of Marcel Hirscher, who

0:38:550:39:02

proved his class on the first run.

Taking a 0.63 lead over Alexis

0:39:020:39:13

Pinturault.

0:39:130:39:18

Pinturault. Manuel Feller crash

spectacularly into the fence on the

0:39:180:39:20

final gate.

What a shame.

The man

lying second in the Giant Slalom

0:39:200:39:28

World Cup standings, Henrik

Kristoffersen, was

0:39:280:39:31

uncharacteristically slow, placing

eventually in tenth position.

0:39:310:39:40

eventually in tenth position. The

Norwegian proved he's a big event

0:39:400:39:42

skier, placing in third on the first

run. And Italian Riccardo Canetti

0:39:420:39:47

came in from the start number 18 to

place fourth on the first run. There

0:39:470:39:51

are only six races within a second

of Marcel Hirscher, so this race is

0:39:510:39:56

really one for the Austrian to lose.

The top 30 in the second run are

0:39:560:40:03

reversed. Over to your commentator,

Matt Chilton. Henrik Kristoffersen

0:40:030:40:08

had a disappointing first run by his

standards. The second best Giant

0:40:080:40:11

Slalom skier of the season. Number

two behind his screwdriver Marcel

0:40:110:40:17

Hirscher. Kristoffersen is getting

after this, watching a charge in the

0:40:170:40:21

early stages of this second run,

maintaining most of his advantage.

0:40:210:40:26

Not many have gone for the tuck in

The Times that Kristoffersen did. We

0:40:260:40:31

saw him on his phone a moment ago.

He would have been exchanging

0:40:310:40:34

messages with his daddy watches

everything closely and keeps his son

0:40:340:40:38

and friend before he races. Nothing

wrong with this top section from

0:40:380:40:42

Henrik Kristoffersen.

0:40:420:40:50

Henrik Kristoffersen. 0.66, the

speed with which he attacked the top

0:40:500:40:52

of the course has brought dividends,

and Kristoffersen, if he stays high,

0:40:520:40:56

if he keeps it quick and avoid

mistakes, may well push Loic Mellard

0:40:560:41:04

out of top spot. He's getting

quicker and quicker. He was a bronze

0:41:040:41:08

medallist in the slalom behind the

two Austrians. He will surely move

0:41:080:41:14

into Gold Medal position here. He

does so, with a lead of 1.14

0:41:140:41:22

seconds.

Henrik Kristoffersen making

up for a disappointing first run

0:41:220:41:27

with an absolutely storming second.

Much more attack, much more

0:41:270:41:30

aggression, taking just the right

amount of risk with his line. He was

0:41:300:41:34

running late at times but just on

the edge. That's a good enough time,

0:41:340:41:39

I think, potentially to climb up

onto the podium.

Now the man in

0:41:390:41:44

third after the first run, Leif

Kristian Nestvold-Haugen, still in

0:41:440:41:49

the Green zone, but just the minimum

amount. Five hundredths of a second.

0:41:490:41:55

He's going to have to put his foot

to the floor and roll the dice and

0:41:550:41:59

take some risks. He cannot do it

with steady Giant Slalom skiing,

0:41:590:42:05

because that is not what

Kristoffersen did. Kristoffersen

0:42:050:42:08

left it all on the mountain.

Unfortunately it is not happening

0:42:080:42:15

for Leif Kristian Nestvold-Haugen.

Kenny get among them provisional

0:42:150:42:17

medal places?

0:42:170:42:26

medal places? 0.52 between gold and

bronze at the moment, and remarkably

0:42:260:42:30

now, Kristoffersen is guaranteed a

medal. Leif Kristian Nestvold-Haugen

0:42:300:42:36

was not stepping up from behind on

the turns, then skidding on the end

0:42:360:42:40

of each turn, and that is why the

time slip away. The penultimate

0:42:400:42:46

skier on the Hill, Alexis Pinturault

from France. The bronze medallist

0:42:460:42:49

four years ago in Sochi, the man

from Corsica.

0:42:490:42:59

from Corsica. He has a decent leader

the Kristoffersen. 0.60 eight. Then

0:43:010:43:05

he flies. It is scruffy. Taking

risks. The almost skied out of the

0:43:050:43:12

course, managed to make his landing

and I don't think he lost too much

0:43:120:43:15

speed. I think it was untidy, at

worst. Coming down towards the next

0:43:150:43:22

split. How is his lead at this time?

0.66, still very handy, that

0:43:220:43:28

advantage. This is a bit untidy

again. It is a risky second run from

0:43:280:43:36

Alexis Pinturault. As he pushes for

the gold medal position in the

0:43:360:43:41

Olympic Giant Slalom. He hasn't got

much left. 18 hundredths of a

0:43:410:43:47

second. This one is going to get

right to the wire. His turns are

0:43:470:43:52

clean and fast, and now he lets them

run. Kristoffersen can barely watch.

0:43:520:43:57

Pinturault goes into sober.

Kristoffersen stays in top spot. --

0:43:570:44:04

goes into sober.

0:44:040:44:11

goes into sober. -- silver.

Really,

really aggressive on top part of the

0:44:110:44:19

course, Alexis Pinturault. He almost

jumped out of the course altogether

0:44:190:44:24

on the steep section, perhaps just

too hard on his edges, he was late

0:44:240:44:27

as he came down most of the turns,

trying to let it go towards the

0:44:270:44:31

finish. He had the lead but it

slipped away by four hundredths of a

0:44:310:44:37

second. Next up, Marcel Hirscher.

1.31 seconds the advantage as he

0:44:370:44:46

goes into the second run, the

greatest skier of his generation.

0:44:460:44:51

Already the Olympic champion in the

Alpine combined, looking for the

0:44:510:44:57

golden double, now. And he's set off

at quite apace. He opens up a lead

0:44:570:45:05

of 1.5 seconds over Henrik

Kristoffersen. These two have

0:45:050:45:08

enjoyed some great rivalry in the

last five seasons. But in the last

0:45:080:45:13

two it is usually Marcel Hirscher

who comes out on top. He's probably

0:45:130:45:17

the best Austrian ski racer of all

time. Still in front by a massive

0:45:170:45:24

1.49. He can get away with another

couple of errors and still go on and

0:45:240:45:29

claim his second gold of the games.

0:45:290:45:35

Hirscher carving beautiful turns. So

much movement and so much

0:45:370:45:43

athleticism on display. It is just

too good, he is in a different

0:45:430:45:48

league. Hirscher, cruising towards

gold-medal number two. He is the

0:45:480:45:53

giant slalom Olympic champion. It is

the golden double the Marcel

0:45:530:46:01

Hirscher in Pyeongchang.

That was fantastic. Gold-medal

0:46:010:46:07

number two from Marcel Hirscher with

a masterclass of giant slalom

0:46:070:46:11

skiing. He was sensational, made a

mistake going on to the steep, got

0:46:110:46:17

the line wrong. Then on the steep,

one turn, just slightly late but

0:46:170:46:23

immediately corrected the fault. He

took his foot off the gas at the

0:46:230:46:29

last couple of gates as he crossed

the line.

Combined gold was very

0:46:290:46:36

surprising. Everyone was expecting I

would win the gold medal in the

0:46:360:46:41

giant slalom race. Aggressive

conditions here. Not typical, not

0:46:410:46:49

used to buy European athletes, so it

was tricky to find the right setup,

0:46:490:46:52

but we were able to manage this.

How

was it to be able to emulate Alberto

0:46:520:47:01

Tomba?

It was special. Two gold

medals and now it is time to

0:47:010:47:05

celebrate.

0:47:050:47:08

medals and now it is time to

celebrate.

0:47:080:47:09

Time to celebrate and then get on

with the slalom.

That is ruthless,

0:47:090:47:14

you need to have everything with

you.

Let's look at his first run, it

0:47:140:47:19

set him

0:47:190:47:19

you.

Let's look at his first run, it

set him up for the gold medal.

This

0:47:190:47:23

is incredible skiing, he has an

amazing connection with the hill. He

0:47:230:47:27

said the snow, the sat it was

perfect. Forward momentum, looking

0:47:270:47:32

for speed. Looks like it is speeded

up, look at that transition. Moving

0:47:320:47:39

forward, legs underneath him.

Beautiful flight. It is incredible.

0:47:390:47:43

It really is. Where some jump from

edge to edge, he flows from edge to

0:47:430:47:51

edge.

Great spot, lots of people

lose the connection with the snow

0:47:510:47:57

and the speed goes away. If you move

your hips forward, you take the

0:47:570:48:01

speed down the mountain with you.

The biggest mover on the second run

0:48:010:48:07

was Kristoffersen, went from tents

up to second.

He looked tired and

0:48:070:48:13

sluggish on the first run. On his

second run, you can see the speed of

0:48:130:48:17

movement is there. He has a

Leicester City to power the ski at

0:48:170:48:22

the top of the turn and then extend

through the upper side.

Not only

0:48:220:48:26

does Hirscher have the slalom, I

presume he will be part of the

0:48:260:48:31

Austrian team for the team event?

That includes a parallel giant

0:48:310:48:38

slalom?

13 metres apart, it is

exciting, drops and roles in it. It

0:48:380:48:43

is a new event, but the IOC love it

and for an excellent books, they are

0:48:430:48:49

looking for it to be an individual

event as well.

How exciting the

0:48:490:48:55

parallel raises Kami, chair me took

on Graham Bell.

0:48:550:49:00

let's see how they got on.

0:49:000:49:03

The two Ski Sunday presenters doing

battle. You can tell it is Chemmy

0:49:080:49:14

Alcott, the more recently retired.

She still has the taste for racing.

0:49:140:49:21

Graham Bell is being left behind,

nowhere to be seen. Chemmy has

0:49:210:49:27

thrashed Graham Bell. They could

have timed Graham Bell's

0:49:270:49:31

thrashed Graham Bell. They could

have timed Graham Bell's run on the

0:49:310:49:33

church clock.

You didn't over

celebrate?

No, I was calm in my

0:49:330:49:39

victory.

0:49:390:49:43

Freestyle skiing now and it's

the mens aerial competition.

0:49:430:49:49

Pre-tournament favourites

were Belarus, but as I mentioned

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earlier, their defending champion

Anton Kushnir didn't make it

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through to the final.

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Time to take the high jump.

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Time to take the high jump.

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This event is not for the

faint-hearted. Each athlete declares

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which jump they will perform. They

are scored on air, form, landing and

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difficulty.

Beautiful.

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difficulty.

Beautiful.

Watch out for

the coach. Their emotions Philip as

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often as the jumpers. We join Ed

Mili board the action packed final

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stages.

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stages. Ilia Burov, first to drop in

the finals.

Stratospheric. I think

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that is the biggest jump we have

seen.

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seen. On landing and air, very high.

But the form score means he has

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dropped nearly 18 points.

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dropped nearly 18 points. The

25-year-old can he better that?

No,

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you can't. Livid. They looked solid,

the Russians, they looked really

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comfortable. He has gone early as

well. 103.17.

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well. 103.17.

The man, his face has

those piercing eyes, it is like

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looking into a hurricane.

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Look at that! Very, very strong.

Doesn't snatch anywhere near. Has

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gone a little bit early, but not as

early as Ilia Burov.

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early as Ilia Burov. 128.51,

Abramenko.

0:52:100:52:21

Stanislav, going toe to toe. He has

rinsed himself on the landing. He

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went that

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went that the double full.

This man

is known as the Tiger Woods of the

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aerial.

It is going to push their

leader.

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leader. Abramenko, turns away. 128

.05, it is a silver medal. So close,

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yet so far.

The steely blue-eyed

Ukrainian, Abramenko beautifully

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delivers the great performance to

land glory and gold.

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He said, like a Iggle Piggle doll

who

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He said, like a Iggle Piggle doll

who has spent an hour with a Jack

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Russell.

Everyone thinks with Ski

Jumping, they go really high, but

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because the Hill falls away, because

the Flyers, they don't go as high as

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you think. But when you think the

knees when they land, it must be

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hard.

Love watching it.

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Here's the other news

from Pyeongchang with Paddy Gearey.

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The men's mass start Biathlon were

all 30 athletes began at the same

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time and then after 15 kilometres of

skiing and four rounds of shooting,

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two

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skiing and four rounds of shooting,

two finished on the same time. The

0:54:160:54:17

Frenchman thought he lost but the

photo showed he had won by

0:54:170:54:22

millimetres. Japan has dominated the

women's 500 metres Speed Skating in

0:54:220:54:31

recent years and today, she got the

Olympic gold she was me missing. She

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beat the favourite but shared her

glory. No Dutch motherless, the

0:54:370:54:41

first Speed at these games.

0:54:410:54:47

first Speed at these games. A

Russian athlete is suspected of

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failing a drugs test. No violation

will be confirmed until the second

0:54:500:54:55

sample has been analysed. No way's

dominance of the cross-country goes

0:54:550:54:58

on. The Norwegians powered to

victory in the relay and the

0:54:580:55:06

cross-country mad nation has one

five out of eight goals in the

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sports in Pyeongchang.

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So for the first time,

Germany are knocked off the top

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spot after a great day

for the Norwegians.

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Two golds for them in

the mens 4x10km relay

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and mens ski slopestyle.

0:55:200:55:21

We're still down in 16th spot

after Woodsy fell agonisingly short

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in the slopestyle.

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China are having a terrible Games -

still without a gold medal.

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Remember the next Winter

Olympics is in Beijing.

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I love how everyone all over is

getting involved in the Winter

0:55:410:55:45

Olympics.

0:55:450:55:46

The night shift crew working

on the oil rig in the middle

0:55:460:55:49

of the North Sea have been enjoying

watching Team GB through the early

0:55:490:55:52

hours of the morning.

0:55:520:55:54

Curling, Speed Skating and Bobsleigh

have taken their fancy so far!

0:55:540:56:01

Even Manchester City have

shown their love for curling.

0:56:010:56:04

Despite preparations

for their FA Cup match tomorrow,

0:56:040:56:09

Bernado Silva and Ederson

are getting a bit of shot practice

0:56:090:56:12

on the rink as well!

0:56:120:56:19

Time now for red-hot, ice cold.

0:56:190:56:24

First up giant slalom, argentine

skier, Sebastiano Gastaldi,

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crashes half way down.

0:56:260:56:33

He doesn't stop himself. He keeps

going.

He does send himself off

0:56:330:56:38

again.

0:56:380:56:40

Great pass, he's in on the keeper,

he's gotta score!

0:56:400:56:43

No, what a save by

the goalie's armpit?

0:56:430:56:46

Unorthodox to say the least.

0:56:460:56:48

Next it's aerials,

China's Jia Zongyang,

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it's up, up and away,

he nails it and then fails it.

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You don't get points for the

somersault.

0:57:000:57:05

Finally, swiss slope style skier,

Jonas Hunziker, is cool

0:57:050:57:08

and I mean really cool.

0:57:080:57:16

Chemmy you are off to South Korea

tomorrow. What are you looking

0:57:170:57:22

forward to seeing?

I want to see

Dave Riding continued his medal. I

0:57:220:57:26

know it is a big as, but I think he

can do it in the men's slalom.

You

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have got to fit in with the crowd

when you get there. Have you seen

0:57:310:57:36

what everyone is wearing?

They have

these funky, animal outfits.

Yes,

0:57:360:57:42

you see all the kids.

They have got

hats.

Chemmy, you can put this on.

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Is this just for the kids.

And you.

I have got hands.

I am a tiger. That

0:57:540:58:04

really does suit you. You are coming

back to us as well. I want to

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quickly mention the curling, really

tense. The men are up against

0:58:110:58:19

Denmark at 5am in the morning.

Nikki, thank you, Chemmy thank you.

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Thanks for watching. Prepare for

lift off tomorrow, it is the big

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air.

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#

You can reach the stars.

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#

You can reach the stars.

0:58:590:59:07

Clare Balding introduces highlights from day nine of the 2018 Winter Olympics. The big events include the men's freestyle skiing slopestyle, in which Britain's James Woods harbours medal hopes. Other gold medals include the men's giant slalom, featuring the great Marcel Hirscher.