Sunday, Jan. 12


Alpine Skiing 

The women of Team USA took to the course for the giant slalom. In the first run of the day, Nicola Rountree-Williams raced to the finish line in 1:05.95 for eighth place, while Emma Resnick completed the run in 1:06.37 for 12th place. The women returned to the top of the course for the second run, where Resnick finished in 1:02.79 - which marked the fastest time of the day - for a fourth-place overall finish, while Rountree-Williams raced in 1:04.06 for eighth place overall.



In the single mixed relay, Kaisa Bosek and Van Ledger teamed up to represent the red, white and blue. Shooting three rounds cleanly, the team finished 21st with a time of 48:30.2. They compete again in the men’s and women’s sprint on Jan. 14.



In the third match of the round robin mixed team tournament, Team USA athletes fell to Japan, 8-2. After a tight first three ends, the fourth end saw Japan gain six points. While Team USA was able to earn a point in the fifth end, a scoreless sixth end saw the Americans concede to finish the match. The team looks to bounce back when it competes again on Jan. 13 against the Czech Republic.


Figure Skating

Duo Cate Fleming and Jedidah Isbell skated together again, ranking sixth in the pairs free skate. Their 88.10 points, combined with their 49.87 points from their short program, earns them a sixth-place finish overall. 

After placing 14th in the men’s singles short program, Liam Kapeikis earned 112.02 points in the free skate. The ninth-place finish today brings him to finish in 10th place overall in the men’s singles event with 161.59 total points.


Long Track Speedskating

Jordan Stolz finished fifth in the men’s 500-meter race on the frozen St. Moritz lake, crossing the finish line in a time of 37.34, just 0.92 seconds behind the winner, Yudai Yamamoto of Japan. American teammate Jonathan Tobon finished eighth with a time of 37.78. They compete again on Jan. 13 in the men’s 1,500-meter race.