Russia's Albert Demchenko runs a 52.170, a fantastic run for the home favorite.
Men's biathlon: Lowell Bailey (USA) is set to start soon. Russia's Evgeny Ustyugov is in the lead.
At shooting 2, Nathan Smith (CAN) has the lead so far.
Germany's Felix Loch falls just behind Albert Demchenko (0.015 seconds behind). He's in second place, ahead of Armin Zoeggeler.
Over at women's hockey, Switzerland's doing a great job keeping Canada at 5-0. Team Canada is approaching 60 shots on goal.
Lowell Bailey has incurred a penalty in the biathlon at the 26th spot. Tim Burke, at 43, is set to begin soon.
Over at team ice dancing, three teams have gone. Japan's Cathy Reed and Chris Reed lead with a 52.00 score. China's Xintong Huang and Xun Zheng are in third with 47.88.
Let's move over to the biathlon. Norway's Ole Einar Bjoerndalen is in first with a time of 24:33.5, 1.3 seconds ahead of Austria's Dominik Landertinger.
Women's ice hockey: Florence Shelling faces 69 shots in Switzerland's 5-0 loss to Canada. Team USA will face Canada at 7 a.m. Wednesday.
Back at the men's sprint, no changes, as Ole Einar Bjoerndalen (NOR), Dominik Landertinger (AUT) and Jaroslav Soukup (CZE) are your top three. Martin Fourcade finished 6.7 seconds out of medal contention.
Team USA's Tucker West is about to start the first heat of the men's luge. Aidan Kelly is two spots behind West.
Tucker West finishes his first run at 53.142 seconds, 0.972 seconds behind the leader. He's in 21st.
Luge: Aidan Kelly finishes with a 53.275 mark, good for 26th place.
Now at the biathlon, all eyes are on Ole Einar Bjoerndalen, who is in a great spot to take home the gold.
Over at ice dancing, three teams are left: Russians Ekaterina Bobrova and Dimitri Soloviev, Canadians Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir, and Americans Meryl Davis and Charlie White.