The 2018 Winter Olympics continue on Sunday with plenty of medals set to be handed out.
There are medal events in Alpine skiing, biathlon, cross-country skiing, freestyle skiing and speedskating as athletes from around the globe continue their bids for glory in South Korea.
Keep up to date with all the medals from Pyeongchang, South Korea, here with the updating Olympic medal tracker:
Sunday's Medal Count
You can keep track of all of Sunday's medal winners throughout the day at Olympic.org.
There are two gold medals up for grabs in the freestyle skiing on Sunday in the men's slopestyle and the men's aerials events.
Americans Nicholas Goepper and Gus Kenworthy will be hoping to defend the medals they won at the 2014 Sochi Games. Goepper took bronze and Kenworthy the silver, but the latter has suffered an injury ahead of the event that he was happy to display on Twitter:
Gus Kenworthy @guskenworthy
Broke my thumb yesterday in practice. It won't stop me from competing (obvi) but it does prevent me from shaking Pence's hand so... Silver linings! Will be giving my teammates (and literally everyone else) an enthusiastic "thumbs up!" of encouragement the rest of the trip. https://t.co/XylPPGAq9P
World champion McRae Williams is also a medal contender for the U.S. Olympic team, and he showed what the sport is all about, per AP Sports:
However, the U.S. team face stiff competition in the event, not least from Norway's Oystein Braaten, Sweden's Henrik Harlaut and Switzerland's Andri Ragettli who are in contention for medals on Sunday.
Jon Lillis will be going for gold in the men's aerials after qualifying directly for the final with a qualification jump of 127.44 points, per Team USA. Reporter Sal Maiorana gives some background on Lillis ahead of his final round:
China will also be well-represented in the final with Guangpu Qi and Zongyang Jia medal contenders along with Russian athlete Ilya Burov.
In the biathlon, Martin Fourcade will be out for yet another gold medal in the men's 15 kilometre mass start to add to his collection. The Frenchman already has three Olympic golds after victory in the 12.5 kilometre pursuit, per Olympics:
Victory on Saturday will ensure he becomes France's greatest-ever Olympian, per Olympic.org. Yet to do so he will have to beat Johannes Boe who finished top of the podium in the 20 kilometre individual event.
Fourcade missed two targets to hand gold to the Norwegian, and he said after the event "it was a gift," per Steve Reed of the Associated Press. The win was Boe's first Olympic gold, but the duo will now renew their rivalry and are the men to beat on Sunday.