Vladimir Kramnik and Hou Yifan finished a rapid match yesterday (won by Kramnik 5.5-2.5), and today played a 10-game blitz match. Kramnik won 6-4, or at least that's what the website reports. If it's correct, and it probably is, it's hard to understand how he lost game three on time in what was not just a winning position, but one where the last move was very easy to find and play, given the two-second increments. Looking at the video, around the 44 minute mark, it's clear that he executes 52.a7 in less than two seconds, so maybe he had lost on time the move before and it was only noticed after his 52nd move.
At any rate, that brings this event to a conclusion, and now it's time for the main event of the day and indeed, the chess year to also come to a conclusion, starting a couple of hours from now.