Elise Christie has been hotly tipped to claim gold in PyeongChang.
The 27-year-old is competing in the short track speed skating in South Korea today.
She cruised through her quarter-final with an Olympic record time and edged into the final with a close race in the semi.
Christie has admitted she is aware of the expectations on her shoulders from back home.
And here is all you need to know about her races today.
When is Elise Christie racing?
Christie was in the second of four quarter-finals and took to the ice at a start time of 10.02am in the UK. She won the quarter-final with ease.
Her semi-final took place at 11.11am.
The final is scheduled for 12.09pm, meaning Team GB could have their first medalist by lunchtime today.
Elise Christie Winter Olympics live stream details
You can watch Elise Christie in the short track speed skating on the BBC and Eurosport.
Live coverage starts this morning, with both broadcasters likely to switch over to the short track speed skating around 9.50am.
Elise Christie medal hopes
Discussing her medal hopes, world record holder Christie said: “The thing I am most nervous about with the 500m is the start.
“Because I am weak compared to the top girls. On Saturday my start went the best it has in years.
“I have belief in my new start I’ve been doing so that’s built a lot of confidence.
“I’ve got the world record in this event and I’m going to have to get near it to challenge.
“I know people are watching and that’s just really inspiring for me, knowing everyone at home is cheering for me. I just hope I can do the business for them.”