Olympic Athletes from Russia topped the podium after the women's free skate competition on Friday, with Alina Zagitova winning gold and Evgenia Medvedeva silver. Canada's Kaetlyn Osmond joined them with bronze.

After earning a world-record score in the short program earlier in the week, 15-year-old Zagitova received the highest combined score of 239.57 points after the free skate.

"I won. Honestly, my hands are shaking, because I haven't understood yet that I am an Olympic champion," Zagitova told reporters after the competition.

19-year-old Evgenia Medvedeva finished just over a point behind Zagitova with 238.26 to take the silver medal.

"There was a lot of pressure on me and Zhenya (Medvedeva). All fans were waiting for us athletes from Russia to be on top," Zagitova said.

22-year-old Kaetlyn Osmond came in third with 231.02 points in her second Winter Olympics.

Japan's "Tiny Queen" Satoko Miyahara achieved her personal best free-skate score of 146.44 points to finish with a total score of 222.38 in fourth.

The 19-year-old performed to Madame Butterfly by Giacomo Puccini.

Italy's Carolina Kostner, 31, finished in fifth place. She won bronze four years ago in Sochi.

17-year-old Kaori Sakamoto finished 6th with for her Winter Olympic debut.