Russian figure skater Kamila Valieva fell numerous times during her free skate routine, causing her to drop out of contention for a place in the top three.
The 15-year-old was favorite to finish in first place after coming out on top of Tuesday's short program, but multiple mistakes in the free skate saw her drop down to fourth with a total score of 224.09.
There are loud chants of "Kamila, Kamila, Kamila" coming from the stands as a tearful Valieva is consoled as she makes her way off the rink.
According to Beijing 2022, “the opening quad Salchow was landed a quarter-rotation short. The Triple Axel was under-rotated. The quad toe, sequence, triple Sal goes as just a quad toe with the triple Sal called invalid.”
The Russian Olympic Committee still made a 1-2 finish with figure skaters Anna Shcherbakova and Alexandra Trusova, and Japan's Kaori Sakamoto finished in third.