Switzerland's Aline Danioth claimed a fourth medal of Lillehammer 2016 with victory in the women's slalom event here today.
The 17-year-old, winner of a gold medal in the Alpine combined gold and bronzes in the super-G and giant slalom, clocked the fastest time in both runs today at the Hafjell course.
It gave her a combined time of 1min 43.21sec, 1.59 seconds clear of Canada's Ali Nullmeyer, who claimed a first medal of the Games with silver.
"I wasn't sure I could make it," the winner said.
"One week ago when I travelled here, I would have never thought this is possible.
Meta Hrovat of Slovenia claimed the bronze medal in 1:45.86 as super-G champion Nadine Fest of Austria finished in fourth place.
Swiss favourite and giant slalom winner Melanie Meillard crashed out in the first run.
Romanian Eduard Casaneanu sealed his country's first gold of the Games with victory in the men's ice hockey skills challenge event on a total of 14 points in the final event of the day.
This followed six disciplines: fastest lap, shooting accuracy, skating agility, fastest shot, passing precision and puck control.
The silver medal went to Slovakia's Sebastian Cederle, who suffered defeat to the Romanian in the final of the last discipline, on 12 points.
Erik Betzold of Germany won the bronze meal.
This followed the final day of preliminary round action in the male and female team competitions.
Sweden will face Slovakia in the first women's semi-final, while Czech Republic will be up against Switzerland in the second.
It will Canada against Finland and United States versus Russia in the two men's last four clash.
The US beat Russia 4-2 today.
The game was overshadowed by an injury to American Oliver Wahlstrom, who was struck in the head and neck by Russia’s first-line forward Andrei Svechnikov.
The American lay prostate on the ice for several minutes before being taken to hospital.
He did, however, remain able to move his arms and legs.