There were just two snow sports on display in Beijing on Day 14 of competition, the Biathlon and Freestyle Skiing, but four medal events across the day.

Eileen Gu continued her 2022 Olympic Games journey with a gold medal in the Women's Halfpipe, while Ryan Regez won gold in the Men's Ski Cross.

Justine Braisaz-Bouchet won gold in the Women's 12.5km Mass Start, meanwhile, in the Men's 15km Mass Start, Johannes Thingnes Boe came first and won his fourth gold medal of Beijing 2022.

Country

Gold

Silver

Bronze

Total

1

Norway

15

8

11

34

2

Germany

10

7

5

22

3

United States of America

8

8

5

21

4

China

8

4

2

14

=5

Netherlands

7

5

4

16

=5

Sweden

7

5

4

16

17

Australia

1

2

1

4

GU-ING FOR MORE GOLD, EILEEN WINS WOMEN'S HALFPIPE

China's Eileen Gu's gold medal in the Women's Halfpipe is her third medal of Beijing 2022, finishing on the podium at each of the three events she competed in at this year's Olympic Games, after also winning gold in the Big Air, and silver in the Slopestyle.

After placing first after Run One with a score of 93.25, she improved upon that score in her second run, scoring 95.25. With the gold medal sewn up despite eventual silver medallist Cassie Sharpe of Canada saving her best score for last, Gu was able to soak it all in with a victory lap.

A consistent scoring pattern from 2018 PyeongChang gold medallist Sharpe ensured she finished with a silver medal, with her best score coming from Run Three with 90.75. Fellow Canadian Rachael Karker won the bronze medal, with her best score coming from her first run, 87.75.

In his only event of Beijing 2022, in his debut Olympic Games appearance, Switzerland's Ryan Regez has won gold in the Men's Ski Cross Big Final.

Regez finished 0.34 seconds in front of fellow Swiss competitor Alex Fiva, who won silver, finally finding a spot on the podium after a DNF in 2014 and a ninth-place finish in 2018. In fact, the time difference between second and fourth was 0.02 seconds, with the bronze medal going to Sergey Ridzik of the ROC, his second consecutive bronze medal in the event.

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DOWN EARLY BUT NEVER OUT FOR MEN'S, WOMEN'S MASS START GOLD MEDALLISTS

In the Women's 12.5km Mass Start, France's Justine Braisaz-Bouchet won gold - her second Olympic Games medal after a bronze from PyeongChang - in a time of 40:18.0. The time was 15.3 seconds ahead of silver medalist Tiril Eckhoff of Norway and 34.9 seconds in front of eventual bronze medallist Marte Obslu Roeiseland of Norway.

Each of the athletes that finished atop the podium received four shooting penalties and in the race itself, Braisaz-Bouchet only really entered into a medal position throughout the last 5km. After finding herself in 20th 2.5km into the race, she slowly climbed her way back up and, at the 8.4km mark, got into the lead, where she didn't waver until the finish line.

In the Men's 15km Mass Start, Norway's Johannes Thingnes Boe has won his fourth gold medal of Beijing 2022, and his fifth medal of these Games overall after a bronze medal earlier in the Men's 2km Individual. He had only won one gold medal in his past two Olympiads prior to this year.

While Boe lost some time and placings throughout the first shooting section, going from first to eighth place, he departed that section of the course 16.2 seconds behind first place. However, in the 2km after the first shooting section, he'd already made up the time and placing, and was back in first place, not leaving that position as he skied over the finish line.

Coming in second place and winning a silver medal was Sweden's Martin Ponsiluoma, finishing 40.3 seconds behind Boe, while Velte Sjaastad Christiansen of Norway was 1:12.5 away from first place, claiming bronze.