Winter Olympics Day 2 – Red Letter Day, Loch Shock and Musgrave

Winter Olympics Day 2
Share this story...Tweet about this on TwitterShare on FacebookShare on Google+Share on LinkedIn

Winter Olympics Day 2 – Red Letter Day, Loch Shock and Musgrave.

Watch the best of the action from day two of the Winter Olympics.  It includes shocks in the snowboard slopestyle and luge. As well as Andrew Musgrave creating a slice of cross-country skiing history.

Andrew Musgrave produced the best performance by a Briton in an Olympic cross-country event.  He finished seventh in the men’s skiathlon at the Pyeongchang Games.

The 27-year-old held the previous best which was 29th in the sprint at Sochi 2014.  He moved into second with 5km remaining of the gruelling 30km race.  However, the Scot was caught by the pack on the final circuit.

Germany’s Felix Loch is consoled by his father after missing out on gold to Austrian David Gleirscher.  This was in the men’s singles luge at Pyeongchang 2018.

Outsider David Gleischer, Austria, won Gold in the event.  The Austrian team was jubilant.

Canada’s Ted-Jan Bloemen and Norway’s Sverre Lunde Pedersen finish in a dead heat in their men’s speed skating 5,000m race.  Bloemen took the silver medal by 0.002 of a second. Pedersen won bronze.

An exciting day.  Number of hiccups but overall successful for Team GB.  Congratulations.  We are watching you!👏 . Bring on the rest of the Games.  Winter Olympics has some of the best sport to watch

No comments yet.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *