Sochi 2014: See how Shaun White did in the halfpipe and other results from slopestyle, luge and more

SOCHI, Russia - Spoiler alert! See who won medals at Tuesday's Olympic competitions in Sochi.

The results will be coming throughout the day because Sochi is nine hours ahead of the eastern time zone.

-- Men's halfpipe

American Shaun White crashed in the men's halfpipe finals and could not recover enough to medal. While he scored a 90.25 on his final run, it was only good enough for 4th place. See images from White's crash here.

First place went to Loiri Podladtchikov. Two snowboarders from Japan -- Ayuma Hirano and Taku Hiraokahirano took second and third.

American Danny Davis scored just a 53.00 to land in 10th place. American Gregory Bretz finished last in the finals round.

White was leading after the qualification round, but scores went back to zero for the finals.

It was a rocky day on the controversial halfpipe. Early Tuesday morning officials originally announced a plan to skip the first round of qualifying and move on to a semifinal round, an idea that was quickly scrapped.

A number of riders said the halfpipe was running slow due to warm temperatures, but that some of the problems they faced with the shape of the pipe in training had been improved.

-- U.S. wins first medal ever in singles luge

Erin Hamlin became the first member of a US team to ever win an Olympic medal in singles luge.  Hamlin will take home the bronze. Germany's Natalie Geisenberger and Tatjana Hüfner won the gold and silver medals, respectively.

-- U.S. takes silver in women's slopestyle skiing

Dara Howell continued Canada's dominance at Rosa Khutor Extreme Park, soaring to Olympic gold in women's slopestyle skiing on Tuesday.

Howell posted a score of 94.20 during her first run of the finals, trouncing the rest of the field on a warm and sometimes frightening day down the slushy slopestyle course.

American Devin Logan took silver. Canadian Kim Lamarre earned bronze.

Canada has claimed seven medals in four days of snowboarding and freestyle skiing, including three events in which they took two of the three spots on the podium.

Howell's triumph was tempered by a series of scary crashes, including one by teammate Yuki Tsubota that ended with Tsubota being carried of the mountain on a stretcher.

-- Norway wins big in cross-country sprint

Ola Vigen Hattestad of Norway won the gold medal in men's cross-country sprint.

Maiken Caspersen Falla of Norway took the gold medal in women's cross-country sprint.

-- Women's biathlon 10K pursuit

Darya Domracheva of Belarus won gold in women's biathlon 10K pursuit.

-- 500-meter speedskating

Lee Sang-hwa of South Korea took the Olympic gold in women's 500-meter speedskating. She set a new Olympic record of 74.70.

-- Women's 500-meter slopestyle skiing

Canada’s Dara Howell claims gold in first ever Winter Olympics women’s slopestyle skiing and dedicates her victory to pioneering compatriot Sarah Burke who died two years ago.

-- Women's ski jumping

Germany's Carina Vogt made history by becoming the first ever women's Olympic ski jump champion.

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