My interview with Lausanne 2020 chief executive Ian Logan begins slightly later than scheduled as the Organising Committee is dealing with a crisis. Someone has been grilling hot dogs on the Olympic flame in the city.
By Liam Morgan and Michael Pavitt in Lausanne
Marie Krista won Lausanne 2020 Winter Youth Olympic Games gold for Switzerland up in the mountains here to delight the home supporters who had come out in force for the ski cross, where 24 competitors contested the women's title.
Russia’s Anna Shpyneva and Austria’s Marco Woergoetter triumphed in the women’s and men’s ski jumping competitions at the Winter Youth Olympic Games here today.
Siri Wigger completed a cross-country double for Switzerland with victory in the women's sprint as Edvin Anger of Sweden denied Norway's Nikolai Holmboe a second successive title at the Winter Youth Olympic Games here today.
Romania’s Georgeta Popescu powered to the Winter Youth Olympic Games gold medal in the women’s monobob competition by posting the fastest two runs of the day at the St. Moritz Olympia Bob Run, while Russia's Anastasiia Tsyganova earned the skeleton title.
At the very spot where the Lausanne 2020 medals are presented each night, bandy has made its pitch for full Olympic inclusion in Italy at Milan-Cortina 2026.
By Liam Morgan, Michael Pavitt and Philip Barker in Lausanne
Switzerland's Siri Wigger and Norway's Nikolai Holmboe earned titles on the first day of cross-country skiing competition at Lausanne 2020, with both athletes holding off the challenge of Swedish rivals.
Austria's Lisa Hirner won the first women's Nordic combined competition to be contested at an Olympic event, on a golden day for her country at Lausanne 2020.
Belgium's Evy Poppe rose to the top of the women's snowboard slopestyle standings, after a superb final run of the competition at the Leysin Park and Pipe venue.
Estonian star Kelly Sildaru revelled in winning her first gold medal at an Olympic event, as the world halfpipe champion triumphed in the women's slopestyle competiton at Lausanne 2020.
Latvia's Gints Berzins celebrated victory in the men's luge competition, after posting the fastest two runs of the competition in St Moritz.