Finland's Iivo Niskanen won the 15 km freestyle race at the 24th Winter Olympics in Beijing.
The 30-year-old skier became a three-time Olympic champion. In 2014, he won the gold medal in the team sprint, and in 2018, he won the gold medal in the 50-kilometer cross-country skiing race.
Lara Gut-Behrami from Switzerland won the title of Olympic champion in the women's giant slalom in alpine skiing.
Hirano Ayumo from Japan, who skateboarded at the Summer Olympics in Tokyo six months ago, won the men's snowboarding title.
The leader in the overall medal standings is Germany with 6 gold and 3 silver medals.
Beijing 2022: 7th Medal Day, Friday.
Snowboard, men, halfpipe
1. Hirano Ayumo (Japan) - 96 points
2. Scotty James (Australia) - 92.50
3. Jan Scherrer (Switzerland) - 87.25
It’s a #Gold medal for Hirano Ayumu of Japan in the Men’s #Snowboard Halfpipe! What an incredible final run to snatch the title!— Olympics (@Olympics) February 11, 2022
Amazing job on winning his 3rd consecutive medal in this event!#Beijing2022
Alpine skiing, women, giant slalom
1 ․ Lara Gut-Behrami (Switzerland) - 1:13.51
2 ․ Mirjam Puchner (Austria) +0.22
3 ․ Michelle Gisin (Switzerland) - 0.30
Skiing, men, 15 km freestyle
1. Iivo Niskanen (Finland): 37.54.8.
2. Alexander Bolshunov (Russia): +23.2
3. Johannes Klaebo (Norway): +37.5
Making a statement!— Olympics (@Olympics) February 11, 2022
Iivo Niskanen (Finland) dominates #crosscountryskiing - men's 15km classic and wins the #Gold medal, his 4th Olympic medall overall and his 2nd one at #Beijing2022!#StrongerTogether | @OlympicTeamFI | @IivoNiskanen
12:00 pm, figure skating, men, 10,000 meters.
13:00 pm, Biathlon, women, 7.5 km sprint.
16:40 pm, Short track, women, 1,000 meters.
17:55 pm, skeleton, men.