Weinzierl scores 57.63, she moves into 3rd.
A couple of beautiful red dresses in this group from Akiko Suzuki and Gracie Gold.
Victoria Helgesson from SWE up first.
That was a hard fall for Viktoria
She recovers with a nice triple loop
step out on the landing of the double axel
Helgesson scores 47.84, she is currently in 16th place.
Time for the Japanese fans to show what they've got... Kanako Murakami on the ice.
Murakami up next, lots of Japanese fans in the audience!
beautiful triple toe - triple toe combo
That's too bad about the popped flip, because I was really enjoying that program. I don't know that I've ever appreciated her speed before.
55.60 for Murakami, she is in 6th place
Kanako looks like she's ready to cry.
Marchei from ITA up next. She laid down impressive long program in the team competition. Looking forward to seeing her short program.
Zijun Li from China up next
In case you missed it, Kaillie Humphries and Heather Moyse just won the gold medal in womens bobsleigh! #WeAreWinter
57.55 for LI, she is currently in 5th place.
Suzuki from Japan up next.
struggled with the landing of the triple toe, doesnt add the combo on the end.
recovers nicely with a triple flip, triple toe combo.
I love Akiko and how her joy for skating always comes through.
no problem with the double axel
60.97 for Suzuki, she is in 4th place.
the ice is being resurfaced we'll be back shortly to bring you the final flight.
The last flight is on the ice for warmup and with two Russians, including 15-year-old wonderkid Yulia Lipnitskaia out there, I'm wondering just what it would take for this roof to actually come off.
The other home favourite Adelina Sotnitkova was just introduced and she is just as loved.
This is a pretty stacked flight. Lipnitskaia will get us started. Mao Asada will close it out. In between we've got former world champion Carolina Kostner as well as Ashley Wagner who was named to the US team after a rough national championships but has been outstanding the last couple of seasons.
And the chants of YULIA have begun!
Solid triple lutz triple toe combo
Huge gasp from the audience as she falls!
First flight on the ice warming up!
So Norway hasn't had an Olympic figure skater since 1964? That's what I see on sports-reference.com. And according to the INFO system we have, she lists Sonja Henie as one of her idols.
85.98 for Gjersem in the free skate to sit fifth overall.
The next group has emerged from backstage ready to go on the ice for warmup, including Kaetlyn Osmond.
Rajicova scores 75.20, giving her a total score of 125.00.