SOCHI, Russia - Spoiler alert! See who won medals at Friday's Olympic competitions in Sochi. The results will be coming throughout the day because Sochi is nine hours ahead of the eastern time zone.
-- Bode Miller mistake lands him 6th in super-combined
Sandro Viletta of Switzerland stunned the favorites and won the Olympic super-combined title Friday in a spring-like race. Viletta finished in a two-run combined time of 2 minutes, 45.20 seconds.
Ivica Kostelic of Croatia took the silver medal, 0.34 behind, and Christof Innerhofer of Italy took bronze, 0.47 behind.
The medalists were determined by adding the times together from one downhill run and one slalom leg
Innerhofer was so happy he performed a headstand on the podium. Innerhofer suffers from so much back pain, he doesn't even train during the summer anymore.
Defending champion Bode Miller made a big mistake during his downhill run and finished sixth, while world champion Ted Ligety had a ragged slalom leg and placed 12th.
-- American women take 2nd and 4th in skeleton
Lizzy Yarnold of Britain won the Olympic gold medal in women's skeleton Friday.
American Noelle Pinkus-Pace took silver and Russian Elena Nikitina won the bronze medal.
American Katie Uhlaender came in 4th.
-- Cologna wins 15K classical race for 2nd Sochi gold
Dario Cologna of Switzerland won his second gold at the Sochi Olympics on Friday with a dominant performance in the men's 15-kilometer classical-style cross-country race.
Cologna led by just 0.7 seconds at the 8-kilometer mark of the interval-start race but his advantage grew steadily and he ended up winning by 28.5 seconds ahead of Sweden's Johan Olsson.
Another Swede, Daniel Richardsson, took bronze after his strong finish put him 0.2 seconds ahead of Finland's Iivo Niskanen.
On another warm day at the cross-country venue, Cologna started 30 seconds behind Olsson but caught up to the Swede before coming into the stadium, and the two were side-by-side on the final straight.
-- Domracheva wins 2nd biathlon gold at Sochi Games
Darya Domracheva of Belarus earned her second gold medal of the Sochi Olympics on Friday by winning the women's 15-kilometer individual race.
Domracheva, who also won the 12.5K pursuit three days ago, missed one target before finishing in 43 minutes, 19.6 seconds.
It was Domracheva's third career Olympic medal. She also won bronze in the individual race in Vancouver four years ago.
Selina Gasparin of Switzerland shot cleanly and finished 1:15.7 behind to take silver. Nadezhda Skardino of Belarus also avoided mistakes and finished 1:38.2 behind in third.
-- Belarus takes gold in women's aerials
Alla Tsuper of Belarus pulled off a stunning Olympic gold-medal win in women's aerials.
Tsuper drilled 98.01 in the finals to beat a field that included defending Olympic champion Lydia Lassila of Australia and two-time Olympic medalist Li Nina of China.
Xu Mengtao of China won silver while Lassila earned bronze.
The 34-year-old Tsuper had never finished higher than fifth in four previous Olympics. She plans on retiring after the games to spend more time with her young daughter and hoped to go out "on a high."
-- Other medal events today
In Men's Figure Skating, Aspen's Jeremy Abbott, who won the respect of spectators and fellow skaters after finishing his routine following a devastating fall Thursday, returned to the ice Friday for the short program, finishing twelfth.
Fellow American, Jason Brown finished a respectable ninth after an energetic performance -- despite falling twice. Yuzuru Hanyu of Japan won gold.
-- Costas out, Lauer out, Vieira in
Bob Costas is getting a new substitute on NBC's Olympics broadcast on Friday. It's Meredith Vieira.
Costas will be sidelined for a fourth day as NBC's prime-time host because of an eye infection, and Matt Lauer filled in for him three days in a row. But with Lauer also anchoring the "Today" show -- and making himself available for stunts like a luge ride on Friday's show -- Olympics producer Jim Bell says he needs a break.
Bell said Friday that Costas is improving, but for someone with an infection that makes him sensitive to light, a television studio is a lousy place to be.
Vieira, who was Lauer's former co-host on "Today," co-hosted the opening ceremony with him last week.