Finally, the day has come: the curling events! We had to sit through a full weekend where literally nothing important happened and now, our patience has been rewarded with curling. Curling: The Sport People Love To Talk About But Nobody Quite Knows The Rules To. Gotta love it. Going on right now, at 12 a.m. Eastern, there are four different curling matches. It's time for the quad box.
Also happening today is the Women's Super-combined, which adds up the times of one slalom run and one downhill run. Will 2010 silver medalist Julia Mancuso of the U.S.A. finally clinch the gold?
Lastly, look out for women's hockey, where the United States takes on Switzerland, and Finland takes on Canada.
2:50 p.m.: Canada's Alex Bilodeau has won the gold medal in the men's moguls event, beating out teammate Mikael Kingsbury, who earned the silver. Russia's Alexandr Smyshlyaev took the bronze.
12:31 p.m.: Three Dutch athletes won medals in the 500m speed skating competition, with the Michel Mulder nabbing the gold , finishing just a moment after teammate Jan Smeekens, who won the silver medal. Ronald Mulder, Michel's twin, got the bronze.
8:52 a.m.: Germany's Maria Höfl-Riesch is taking home the gold in the super-combined event, beating out Austria's Nicole Hosp and American Julia Mancuso, who earned the silver and bronze medals, respectively.
This is Höfl-Riesch's third gold medal, and she will have the opportunity to win more in this Olympics.