Olympics: Who’s winning what on day four


PYEONGCHANG, South Korea — Brief rundown of the winners on day four of the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics on Tuesday:

Men’s alpine skiing combined

Austria’s Marcel Hirscher underlined his status as the best skier of his generation with a first, long-overdue Olympic gold.

Women’s snowboard halfpipe

American teenage sensation Chloe Kim romped to snowboarding gold — before bursting into tears as the enormity of her achievement sunk in at age 17.

Women’s luge singles

Germany celebrated a one-two with golden girl Natalie Geisenberger pipping Dajana Eitberger to retain her Olympic title.

Men’s cross-country sprint

Johannes Klaebo of Norway won gold on his Olympic debut when he timed 3:05.75 to win by 1.34sec ahead of Italy’s Federico Pellegrino.

Women’s cross-country sprint

Sweden’s Stina Nilsson claimed her first Olympic title when the won ahead of Maiken Falla of Norway.

Men’s speed skating 1500m

The Netherlands maintained their immaculate speed-skating record with a Dutch double Kjeld Nuis stormed to gold ahead of compatriot Patrick Roest.

Mixed curling

Canada’s Kaitlyn Lawes and John Morris celebrated excitedly after they hammered Switzerland 10-3 to take the inaugural Olympic mixed doubles.

Women’s short-track skating 500m

Home favourite Choi Min-jeong was disqualified for interference as Italy’s Arianna Fontana took the honours.