Great Britain's wheelchair curling team has won bronze in Sochi - fighting back from 3-0 to win.
It takes Britain's Paralympic medal tally in Sochi to six.
Jade Etherington and her guide Caroline Powell crowned their first season racing together by winning Great Britain's first Paralympic medal on snow in 20 years in Sochi.
Etherington, who celebrates her 23rd birthday on Sunday, is visually impaired and communicates with Powell down the course via radio.
The pair became the first British women ever to win a Paralympic skiing medal, despite the short time they've been racing together.
It was only last April that they first got to know each other, August they first skied competitively together and January this year they first competed as a pair in a downhill.
Team GB's men's curling team have lost 9-3 in the final to Canada, but have secured the silver medal.
Canada won the men's Olympic curling title for the third successive time. The Canadians have completed a golden curling double in Sochi after their women's team beat Sweden in Thursday's final. Sweden beat China earlier on Friday to win the men's bronze medal.
Team GB's men curlers have reached the semi finals after beating Norway 6-5 in a play-off.
The team, led by David Murdoch, will now face Sweden on Wednesday for a place in the gold or bronze medal match.
Great Britain will now have two teams in the last four of the curling after the women's side defeated Russia 9-6 to progress.
The official Team GB kit for Sochi 2014 has been unveiled, 18 days before the Winter Olympics begin at the Black Sea resort.
The full British team competing at this year's Winter Olympics in Russia is expected to be announced later today.
Athletes for curling, biathlon, figure skating and short track, have already been selected.
However, contenders for snowboarding, luge, bobsleigh, skeleton, snowboarding, and three different types of skiing have yet to be announced.
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