Kelemen receives a 98.35, now in 4th overall.
I hope Abzal Rakimgaliev has sent a thank you card to Denis Ten. It's because of Ten's results at the 2009 and 2013 World Championships that Abzal has gotten to go to two Olympic Games.
I'm sure he sends him a Christmas card.
Heat 3 of women's skeleton is underway! Elena Nikitina of Russia is currently on the track. 4 more athletes until Canada's Sarah Reid is up! #GoCanada
In skeleton, the athlete with the lowest cumulative time between the 4 runs wins!
Not sure what Abzal was trying to draw in the air in the kiss n' cry
Rakimgaliev off the ice. 110.22 in the free, in 4th place.
So far, Elizabeth Yarnold of Great Britain has the lowest cumulative time of the first two runs. Can she hang on?!!
Final skater of the first flight up next, Viktor Romanenkov of Estonia.
Canada placed 8th (Reid) and 16th (Hollingsworth) after the first two runs.
Hollingsworth is already an Olympic bronze medalist from the 2006 Torino Winter Games.
Some awkward falls in this first flight.
110.22 in the free skate Rakimgaliev. Which gives him a total score of 174.40.
Carmen may be an old standby but it never fails to get the crowd clapping
The crowd here really hasn't been able to get into it yet. The skaters in the first flight haven't executed clean programs, despite an encouraging audience. Canada's Kevin Reynolds will be the final skater in the second flight, which will start after the current skater, Romanenkov for Estonia.
And Reid is up! It's go time!
Tough skate for Romanenkov. Struggling with most of his jumps.
So far sliding very well...can't believe how fast these guys go!...and headfirst!
Sarah has moved up one spot from her previous run...now in 7th position.
It's been a tough season for Denis Ten, the 2013 world silver medallist. Hope he can turn it around here.
Reynolds also said that years of landing quads has taken its toll on him, but pointed to Plushenko as possible inspiration to keep going. He probably didn't mean last night's Plushenko.
Opens with quad toe, them triple axel-triple toe
And Reid has an amazing run, moving up to first spot for now!
another clean triple axel
Ughh Reid loses the top spot by 0.01 seconds to Russia's Maria Orlova!
It's going to be a race for the top spot between Great Britain, USA and Russia.
A couple of minor bobbles towards the end but that was a very good skate for Denis. He looks relieved.
wobbly landing on the triple flip, but he hangs on.
Rick Nash draws a hooking penalty, Canada going on the PP
More than 20 points higher than his previous season best in the free skate. Well done Denis.
Canada is officially bumped off the podium in women's Skeleton, but our sliders have been amazing!!! Proud Canadian without a doubt!
Now up, Brian Joubert in his fourth Olympic appearance