Only two days of competition are left, but the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics is not short of excitement on Saturday. On Friday, China’s freestyle skiing superstar Eileen Gu Ailing won her second gold medal of these Games, and third overall, with an outstanding score of 95.5 in the half-pipe final. In the pairs short programme, Chinese figure skaters Sui Wenjing and Han Cong smashed their own world record, posting a score of 84.41 to take the lead ahead of tonight’s free skate, which starts at 7pm. Peng Cheng and Jin Yang also put themselves in the mix for a medal with a score of 76.10 that left them fifth in the standings. There’s plenty more to look forward to on day 15 – here are five exciting events to watch. Speedskating Male and female skaters will be competing back to back in the mass start semi-finals and finals today. In the men’s event beginning at 3pm, China will look to 22-year-old Ning Zhongyan, who previously finished seventh in the 1,500 metres, and 23-year-old Wang Haotian, who finished 20th in the same event. The best eight athletes in each semi-final will advance to the final. In the women’s event starting 45 minutes later, China is sending three skaters: Guo Dan, Li Qishi and Yin Qi. The finals take place immediately after. Figure skating The 16 figure skating pairs who qualified from Friday’s short programme will return for the free skate at 7pm. China’s Sui Wenjing and Han Cong , who were silver medallists at Pyeongchang 2018, lead the way. But Evgenia Tatasova and Vladimir Morozov from the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC), who scored 84.25, are not far behind at all. Two more pairs from the ROC – Anastasia Mishina and Aleksandr Galliamov, and Aleksandra Boikova and Dmitrii Kozlovskii – also qualified in the top four. Peng Cheng and Jin Yang, who finished fifth last night, will hope to gatecrash the podium in front of their home crowd, after briefly taking the lead before the final group of pairs took to the ice at the Capital Indoor Stadium. Ice hockey Slovakia’s men will be bidding for the country’s first medal in ice hockey in the bronze match with Sweden , beginning at 9pm. The team, which features 17-year-old rising star Juraj Slafkovsky, was on a high after defeating the much-fancied Americans in Wednesday’s quarter-finals. They lost to Finland 2-0 in Friday’s semis, however, but remain hopeful of a fairy tale finish in Beijing. Nine-time finalists Sweden lost a dramatic semi-final to the defending champions, the Russian Olympic Committee, going down 2-1 in the shoot-out. Bobsleigh The two-women bobsleigh medals will be decided on Saturday, with heat 3 kicking off at 8pm. Germany’s Laura Nolte and Deborah Levi are the hot favourites and had one of the fastest times after heats 1 and 2 on Friday. Right behind them are compatriots Mariama Jamanka and Alexandra Burghardt, and Elana Meyers Taylor and Sylvia Hoffman from the United States. China’s Ying Qing and Du Jiani sit in 13th place, while the other Chinese pair of Huai Mingming and Wang Xuan are 11th. Curling Sweden will go up against Great Britain in the men’s curling gold medal final at 2.50pm, and it promises to be another tight affair. Team GB won eight out of nine round robin matches, while Sweden won seven. Britain then breezed through the semi-finals against the USA, winning 8-4, while Sweden beat Canada 5-3. The two finalists already clashed in the preliminaries, and it was a close match, with Britain edging it 7-6.