A historic day in the making in Sochi, the fourth day of the Games features two sports making their Olympic debuts: women's ski jumping and freestyle skiing.
Not only that, but the Olympic's first major controversy has erupted, as snowboarders are fuming about the condition of the Sochi superpipe. Several top riders, including Shaun White, have called it subpar (and that's putting it politely).
U.S. women hope to end droughts in a couple of events—speedskaters haven't won an Olympic medal since 2002, and cross-country skiers have never reached the podium.
Meanwhile, at Iceberg Palace, Russian fans will likely have more reason to go crazy when pairs Tatiana Volosozhar and Maxim Trankov take the ice in figure skating's short program.