|Cross-Country - Women's 2 x 7.5km Skiathlon||Charlotte Kalla||40:44.9|
|Cross-Country - Women's Sprint Classic Style||Stina Nilsson||3:03.84|
|Biathlon - Women's 15km Individual||Hanna Öberg||41:07.2|
|Alpine Skiing - Women's Slalom||Frida Hansdotter||1:38.63|
|Alpine Skiing - Men's Slalom||André Myhrer||1:38.99|
|Biathlon - Men's 4 x 7.5km Relay||Sebastian Samuelsson||1:15:16.5|
|Cross-Country - Women's 10km Freestyle||Charlotte Kalla||25:20.8|
|Cross-Country - Women's 4 x 5km Relay||Charlotte Kalla||51:26.3|
|Cross-Country - Women's Team Sprint Freestyle||Charlotte Kalla||15:56.66|
|Biathlon - Women's 4 x 6km Relay||Mona Brorsson||+10.7|
|Curling - Men's Curling, Finals, Gold medal match, SWE v USA||7|
Total Medal Leaders
GER 13 CAN 11
CAN 8 GER 8
CAN 10 OAR 9
Total Medal Leaders
Fourcade 3 Krüger 2
Bolshunov 3 Nilsson 2
Johansson 2 Bescond 2
Eve Muirhead went for glory and instead scored curling's equivalent of an own goal to hand Japan Winter Olympics bronze.
Sunday's highlights in Pyeongchang: South Korea looks for first women's curling medal, Germany vies to sweep the 4-man bobsled and figure skaters show off their skills in the exhibition gala.
Andrew Ebbett, Chris Kelly and Derek Roy each scored in the first period as Canada held off the Czech Republic to win the Olympic bronze medal in men's hockey.
Miracurl on Ice! The U.S. men won gold in curling, snowboarder Kyle Mack grabbed silver and Gus Kenworthy found a new best friend. Here's what you missed from Day 15 of the Pyeongchang Games.
Top favorite Lee Seung-hoon skated a masterful race to take gold for South Korea in the men's mass start at the Pyeongchang Olympics, while Japan's Nana Takagi blasted past the opposition in the final straightaway of the first women's mass start.
After being presented with their gold medals, the U.S. men's curling team noticed the back of them said "women's." The correct medals were quickly swapped out.