Team GB's Jenny Jones has won Britain's first medal at the Sochi Olympic Games. She came third in women's snowboarding slopestyle, taking the bronze medal. She is the first Britain to ever win a medal on snow.
Short track speed skater Elise Christie missed out on a silver medal after she was disqualified in the women's 500 metres final at the Winter Olympics in Sochi.
The 23-year-old Scot recovered from a fall to cross the line in second, but judges swiftly dropped her to fourth place after blaming her for the fall.
On her disqualification, Christie told BBC Sport: "I thought she hit me. I was not sure if it would go my way. I did not think it would be me [to be penalised] but it was. You have to respect the decision. I have not watched it back so I cannot comment."
The BBC has admitted that "excitement got the better of" their commentary team during Jenny Jones' bronze medal winning slopestyle final at the Sochi Winter Olympics after more than 300 complaints from viewers.
Ed Leigh, Tim Warwood and fellow snowboarder Aimee Fuller were heard cheering when other competitors fell during Jones' medal pursuit, prompting around 303 complaints from viewers unhappy at the standard of commentary.
Viewers heard Warwood say "I can't look, someone else commentate" as the British hopeful was about to start her run, before Fuller screamed "go on the Jones" after the score for her second attempt initially put her into a gold medal position.
Fuller also cheered when Austrian snowboarder Anna Glasser suffered a bad landing which boosted Jones' medal hopes, before saying: "Are we supposed to do that? Probably not."
All three commentators began crying once Jones' triumph was confirmed.
A BBC spokeswoman said: "This was a truly historic occasion for Team GB and the commentary team were understandably very excited, however we acknowledge that on occasion this excitement got the better of them and this is something that we will work on for future events."
The Bristol snowboarder Jenny Jones is celebrating winning Great Britain's first medal of the Winter Olympics.
The former Filton College student is the first Team GB athlete to ever win an Olympic medal in a snow-based sport. She won bronze in the spectacular sport of snowboard slopestyle in Sochi thanks to a brilliant second run in yesterday's final.
Team GB Olympic bronze medallist Jenny Jones has tweeted about her excitement at her podium placing, while congratulating the women's snowboarding slopestyle gold and silver medallists Jamie Anderson and Enni Rukajarvi.
Sochi Winter Olympic medallist Jenny Jones should be welcomed back to her home city of Bristol with a "snowy and spectacular" celebration, its mayor has said.
George Ferguson, who became the city's first elected mayor in 2012, said he had his heart in his mouth watching Jones achieve what was Team GB's first snow-based medal in a winter Games in the women's snowboard slopestyle:
We have got to do something really good to celebrate this. What I'm going to do is see if we can find someone who can sponsor something snowy and spectacular in Bristol.
It will be better than doing an open bus tour, although I'm sure we can do that.