With Sochi nine hours ahead of the East Coast, much of the Olympics will happen while you are sleeping. Here's a quick catch up on what happened overnight:
– American men fall short on slopestyle:Without Shaun White, the U.S. men failed to automatically qualify for the finals of the snowboard slopestyle final. Charles Guldemond, Sage Kotsenburg and Ryan Stassel will all have to compete in the semifinals early on Saturday to see if they can make the final on Saturday night. Read more about the U.S. men here.
Canadian Mark McMorris, the favorite heading into the competition, also faltered and must compete in the semifinal. Maxence Parrot, also from Canada, is in the lead heading into Saturday's final.
– Two American women move on: On the women's side, two women from the U.S. are in the final. Jamie Anderson and Karly Shorr will both compete in Saturday's final. Anderson and Austria's Anna Gasser put up the biggest scores of the day.
– U.S. women's hockey team meets Vladimir Putin: The American hockey team was just hanging out in the athlete's lounge when the Russian president walked in. Learn more about their encounter here.