Having gone through the last week of World Cup stuff, season standings and slopestyle accidents, the following medal projections have changed:
Alpine skiing, men’s super-G: Patrick Küng (Switzerland) bronze, Christof Innerhofer (Italy) considered
Alpine skiing, women’s giant slalom: Jessica Lindell-Vikarby (Sweden) gold, Tina Maze (Slovenia) considered
Biathlon, men’s individual: Emil Hegle Svendsen (Norway) bronze, Andreas Birnbacher (Germany) considered
Bobsled, two-man: Alexander Zubkov (Russia) bronze, Lyndon Rush (Canada) considered
Freestyle skiing, women’s skicross: Marielle Thompson (Canada) bronze, Kelsey Serwa (Canada) considered
Snowboard, men’s slopestyle: Staale Sandbech (Norway) silver, Max Parrot (Canada) bronze, Shaun White (USA) withdrew), Torstein Horgmo (Norway) injured
Adding to “considered”
Cross-country skiing, men’s sprint: Josef Wenzl (Germany)
Luge, women’s: Kate Hansen (USA)
No change in curling, figure skating, ice hockey, Nordic combined, skeleton, ski jumping, short-track, speedskating.
The final medal count: Norway 39, USA 35, Canada 30, Russia 26, Germany 23.
Games start in three and a half hours.