Day 11 in Sochi saw the Olympics play a game of catch-up with the weather, as postponed events in biathlon and men's snowboard cross were finally held.
That didn't mean the weather cooperated. The Olympic debuts of American skier Mikaela Shiffrin (fifth in giant slalom) and men's freestyle skiing halfpipe were soggy ones.
Indoors, things were a little more predictable. Holland added to its speedskating prowess by sweeping the men's 10,000-meter race with Jorrit Bergsma winning gold, Sven Kramer silver and Bob de Jong bronze.
But the U.S. managed to win medals in snowboard cross (Alex Deibold, bronze) and a ski halfpipe, where David Wise took historic first gold.
Despite the weather, the U.S. has managed to win one medal a day so far in these Games. But with the hits, there were also some misses.