Six gold medals are up for grabs on day four of the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics.

All eyes will be on snowboarding legend Shaun White in the men's halfpipe final. The two-time Olympic champion finished with the top score in qualifying and is looking to reclaim the title after finishing fourth in Sochi.

Australia's Scotty James and Japan's Ayumu Hirano are strong contenders to beat White after both pulled off impressive double cork 1260s yesterday.

The figure skating moves into the pairs with the short program taking place this afternoon. The Chinese pair of Peng Cheng and Jin Yang are favourites for the event.

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Kiwis in action: When and where to watch

Alice Robinson

• Women's slalom, from 2.15pm on Sky Channel 56 and 9.30pm (delayed) on Prime

Robinson, 16, is the youngest ever New Zealander to compete at the Winter Olympics.

The Queenstown skier will be competing in the slalom, though her favoured event is the giant slalom.

"I am so happy to be given this opportunity and am super-excited to be competing at my first Games so young," Robinson said.

"I don't mind being the youngest; I quite like it because I find it a bit more of a challenge."

Last year, the 16-year-old won the Snow Sport NZ's Breakthrough Season Award.

Other medals up for grabs

Alpine Skiing
• 4.15pm Ladies slalom runs one and two

Biathlon
• 12.05am Women's 15km individual

Curling
• 1.05pm Men's round robin
• 6.05pm Women's round robin

Figure skating
• 2pm Pair skating short program

Ice hockey
• Women's 4.10pm Sweden v Switzerland, 8.40pm: Korea v Japan
• Men's: 1.10am Slovakia v OAR, United States v Slovenia

Luge
• 12.20am Men's doubles

Nordic combined
• 7pm Individual Gundersen NH/10km ski jumping competition
• 9.45pm Individual Gundersen NH/10km cross-country

Snowboard
• 2.30pm Men's halfpipe final

Speed skating
• 11pm Ladies 1000m

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Medal Leaders after Day 4

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