Five gold medals were handed out on Day 1 of the 2014 Sochi Games. Eight more gold medal finals took place on Day 2. See who came home with the top prizes on the second full day of Olympic action.
Felix Loch, men's luge
Felix Loch has officially emerged as a luging powerhouse. Four years ago in Vancouver, Loch became the youngest gold medal winner in the history of luge. Yesterday, Loch took home gold in the same event.
Russian figure skaters, team competition
Russia's first gold medal of the Sochi Games came in the inaugural team figure skating competition. Veteran Yevgeny Plushenko is now tied for the most Olympic medals in figure skating history with four. Yulia Lipnitskaya, who is just 15 years old, also helped propel Russia into gold medal position with a victory in the ladies free skate.
Kamil Stoch, men's ski jumping
Polish ski jumper Kamil Stoch put together the best jump in both rounds, en route to a gold medal win. Stoch won by 12.7 points, which is the fourth-largest margin of victory in a men's normal hill competition at the Winter Olympics.