Evgenia Medvedeva set another world record in the Women’s figure skating short program, with a splendid skate that helped the Olympic Athletes from Russia (OAR) into second place in the group rivalry behind Canada. Medvedeva, the authoritative best on the planet who is contending in her first Olympics, was granted 81.06 focuses for her execution, starting cheers from Russian fans in the group. The 18-year-old defeated various obstacles to make it to Pyeongchang, including a broken foot that constrained her to drop out of the Grand Prix Final a year ago and a doping embarrassment that gives occasion to feel qualms about whether the Russians would be permitted to partake by any means. Medvedeva damage and the vulnerability encompassing Russian Olympians had made her and her colleagues more grounded. Following the ladies' short program the main five groups - Canada, OAR, the United States, Italy and Japan - progressed to the last round of the group occasion. Trailing Canada and the OAR, the United States is at present in third place after strong exhibitions by 20-year-old Bradie Tennell and the spouse wife match of Chris and Alexa Scimeca Knierim. In the sets free skate, Canadians Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford had a strong execution yet did not neatly land their throw quad Salchow, a component that pushes the specialized furthest reaches of the games. The match earned 148.51 focuses. Italy's Valentina Marchei and Ondrej Hotarek skated an individual best score of 138.44 focuses, helping Italy into fourth place, while Olympic Athletes from Russia Natalia Zabiiako and Alexander Enbert completed third with 133.28 focuses.