KUSA- Here is a look at Tuesday's Olympic competition results. Some of these events will air in Tuesday's daytime or primetime programming.
Alex Deibold will be bringing back a medal to Boulder, Colo., after Tuesday's snowboard cross race. Deibold earned bronze and was the only American to make the finals.
Pierre Vaultier of France won gold and Russia's Nikolay Olyunin took silver.
The women's alpine giant slalom on Tuesday was Vail native Mikaela Shiffrin's first shot at an Olympic medal. Shiffrin finished fifth but was only 0.23 seconds away from winning the bronze medal.
It was a rainy and snowy day at the Rosa Khutor mountain venues in Sochi making for sloppy conditions.
Tina Maze of Slovenia came away with her second gold medal of these games. She won her other gold in the women's downhill tie last week.
Austria's Anna Fenninger took silver and Germany's Viktoria Rebensburg took bronze in Tuesday's giant slalom.
Shiffrin will have another shot at Olympic gold this Friday in the women's slalom, which is also Shiffrin's signature event.
Americans remain far from the podium in speed skating. In the men's 10,000-meter finals Tuesday in Sochi, the top American finishers were Emery Lehman who finished 10th and Patrick Meek who finished 11th.
The Netherlands swept the podium in this event Tuesday.
After two qualifying heats in the women's bobsled race, an American team is in the lead going into Wednesday's finals. Pilot Elana Meyers and brakeman Lauryn Williams are in first place with a two-heat total time of 1:54:89. They are 0.23 seconds ahead of a Canadian team and 0.56 seconds ahead of another U.S. team consisting of pilot Jamie Greubel and brakeman Aja Evans.
Lolo Jones and her pilot Jazmine Fenlator finished 11th.
FREESTYLE SKIING MEN'S HALFPIPE
American David Wise of Nevada is taking home gold in the Olympic debut of men's ski halfpipe. Mike Riddle of Canada took silver and Kevin Rolland of France took bronze.
Aaron Blunck who lives in Crested Butte, Colo., had a strong performance Tuesday and finished seventh in the finals.