Still 2-1 Czech Republic in the ice hockey. Meanwhile, we’re told that Elise Christie is “unlucky”; I’m not sure about this. She’s very good at what she does, but surely things not going right on the biggest stage is in some way related to skill, mental or otherwise?
Alex Coomber is talking about what an interesting course it was in the skeleton. There was a tough turn at bend two, so if you started well it might not count for much, and it was also a short track so if you made an error you didn’t have much chance to correct.
Crawford-Alcott is saying that eight million people go skiing from Britain every year, which sounds like a lot to me. And she reckons if more people go to Scotland, that’ll translate to performance at the Games.
Eve Muirhead is trying to be philosophical about getting penalised – she didn’t let go of the stone in time. She says she’s never done it before and it looks fine on the replay, but they’ve had the stone tested and there’s been no problem. She also says that it’s the story of their week so far.
GB are now fourth in the table, 3 and 3. They’re struggling to get out of the roundrobin now. As to the controversy, Eve Muirhead was called for some kind of violation, which gave Sweden as easy task to seal it. They are 5 and 0, and will take some stopping, which tells you how well GB competed today.