American Sarah Hendrickson finished 19th in the final of women’s normal hill ski jumping. U.S. teammate Abby Ringquist came in 29th out of 30 skiers in the final. Nita Englund did not advance out of the first round, just missing the cut in 31st place. Maren Lundby of Norway won the gold for her country’s ninth medal.

American Emily Dreissigacker finished 47th out of 58 starters in the women’s biathlon 10-kilometer pursuit. Germany’s Laura Dahlmeier won the gold medal, her second of the PyeongChang Games. Dahlmeier also won gold in the women’s 7.5-kilometer sprint. Dreissigacker finished 51st out of 87 in that event.

American Chloe Kim is atop the standings after qualifying in women’s snowboard halfpipe. She scored 95.50 on her second of two runs to lead all 12 qualifiers. Fellow American Maddie Mastro is fourth. Team USA’s Kelly Clark and Arielle Gold grabbed the final two qualifying spots. The women’s halfpipe final is tonight.

Shaun White makes his return to Olympic competition late tonight in qualifying for men’s snowboarding halfpipe. White won a gold medal in 2006 and 2010, but finished fourth and off the podium four years ago on Sochi [[ SO-chee ]]. Qualifying kicks off at 11 p.m. Eastern. Medals will be awarded after tomorrow night’s final.