Sunday sees the final day of action at the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic Games, and the last five medal events.
Great Britain's women will attempt to go one better than their male counterparts in the curling, the four-man bobsleigh concludes, while Norway will seek to add to their impressive medal haul in the final cross-country skiing event.
The rescheduled mixed-team parallel slalom should finally get under way, and the men's ice hockey final promises to be an intriguing one.
Here, Stats Perform takes a look at Sunday's events, before the evening's closing ceremony.
The mixed team parallel slalom is due to take place after being rescheduled from Saturday due to windy conditions.
The event is part of the Olympic programme for just the second time, with Switzerland defending their title and Norway the reigning world champions.
It sees skiers race one another, two at a time, on side-by-side and identical slalom courses, with the first to reach the finish line scoring for their team. Each team contains two men and two women, who race against rivals of the same gender, with 16 teams entered and the competition operating in a knockout mode, with quarter-final places on offer to the first-round winners.
Switzerland won the first iteration in Pyeongchang, while Austria took silver and Norway claimed bronze.
The final bobsleigh event sees the four-man sleds compete, with the first two heats having taken place on Saturday.
The leaderboard at the halfway stage looks as many expected it would, with the team led by German pilot Francesco Friedrich leading the way, just ahead of the team of compatriot Johannes Lochner.
Canada's foursome led by Justin Kripps sat third, but the threat of a Germany sweep - as happened in the two-man event - remained, with Christoph Hafer's team in fourth.
German sleds have won five of the last seven four-man events at the Winter Games dating back to 1994 in Lillehammer.
The cross-country skiing events have been largely dominated by Norway and Russian Olympic Committee, with the two teams accounting for eight of 11 gold medals so far (four each).
The final event on Sunday will be the women's 30km mass start, with Norway's Therese Johaug one of the favourites after taking gold in the 10km classic and skiathlon.
Finland's Krista Parmakoski (silver) is the only medallist from 2018 to compete here, and she will be looking to add to the bronze she won in the 10km classic.
Though Great Britain won their first medal of Beijing 2022 on Saturday, their men's curling team will have been disappointed to only take silver after losing to Sweden in the gold medal match.
Eve Muirhead leads her team into the women's final on Sunday against Japan, and will be confident of doing so having beaten them 10-4 in the round-robin stages.
The men's final sees reigning Olympic champions Russian Olympic Committee take on two-time silver medallists Finland.
This will be Finland's first gold medal match since Turin 2006, which was the last Olympic final not to feature either the United States or Canada. Both the US and Canada were heavily impacted by the NHL refusing to release players for Beijing 2022, but this final still promises to be a strong one.