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Sweden (2 0) will face Finland (2 0) in a Group C showdown on Sunday.
Johansson won the bronze in the normal hill on Saturday and put himself in good position for another medal in Saturday’s large hill final.
Japanese teenager Ryoyu Kobayashi had the longest jump of 143.5 meters but was marked down on his landing and he finished third behind Norway’s Johann Andre Forfang.
Andreas Wellinger, who won the normal hill gold, was fourth and defending Olympic champion Kamil Stoch was seventh.
Friday’s qualifying was held to reduce the number of jumpers to 50 for the final.
Japanese veteran Noriaki Kasai, who is competing in his record eighth Olympics, was 22nd,
and Kevin Bickner of the United States qualified 35th.
Hanna Huskova has given Belarus its second gold medal in women’s aerials.
The 25 year old narrowly edged China’s Zhang Xin in a windy finals Friday at the Pyeongchang Olympics. Huskova posted a score of 96.14 in the final round of jumping, just ahead of Zhang’s 95.52.
China’s Kong Fanyu took bronze in a sloppy last round. Huskova and Zhang were the only two women in the six person final to land their jumps cleanly.
Alla Tsuper won gold for Belarus in Sochi four years ago and finished fourth in Pyeongchang. Australian Laura Peel was fifth and American Madison Olsen was sixth.
Gold medal favorite Xu Mengtao of China washed out in the second round and failed to advance to finals.
Dutch speedskater Esmee Visser has won gold in the women’s 5,000 meter race at the Pyeongchang Olympics.
Visser finished Friday in 6 minutes, 50.23 seconds.
Two time defending champion Martina Sablikova of the Czech Republic took silver in 6:51.85.
Russian Natalia Voronina earned bronze in 6:53.98.
Claudia Pechstein of Germany finished eighth. She is a three time champion in the 5,000 meters.
The Dutch have won six of seven golds so far in speedskating. Their only miss was in the men’s 10,
000 meters in which they took silver.
Russian hockey players are looking a little more like the men’s gold medal favorites.
Minnesota Wild prospect Kirill Kaprizov scored a hat trick as the Russians playing under the Olympic flag demolished Slovenia 8 2 on Friday.