Here is a look back at the first two runs of the women's skeleton competition. The first day of the event ended with Great Britain's Lizzy Yarnold holding a 0.44-second lead over American Noelle Pikus-Pace. A full event replay can be found here.
Noelle Pikus-Pace, United States
The first slider down the track, Noelle Pikus-Pace broke the Sochi track record with a time of 58.68 seconds. She was in second place at the end of the first run.
Lizzy Yarnold, Great Britain
The next slider, Lizzy Yarnold broke Pikus-Pace's Sochi track record. Yarnold's time of 58.46 was 0.25 seconds faster than Pikus-Pace's mark.
Anja Huber, Germany
2010 bronze medalist Anja Huber was in eighth place after the first run. By the second run she had moved up to seventh.
Yelena Nikitina, Russia
Capitalizing on home-ice advantage, Yelena Nikitina was in second place after the first run. Her Russian teammates were in fifth and sixth place.
Despite recording no Top 5 finishes during the 2013-14 World Cup season, Katie Uhlaender was in fourth place after the first run. Uhlaender had been struggling to recover from a concussion she suffered in October.