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WATCH: 2014 Winter Olympics full event replays from Feb. 18
Watch full replays of every minute of Olympic events from Tuesday, Feb. 18
Men’s tiebreaker Norway vs. Great Britain – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Women’s giant slalom run – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Women’s giant slalom run 2 – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
At last, Mikaela Shiffrin makes her Olympic debut. The 18-year-old Vail native begins with her secondary event, but one she could definitely win a medal in, potentially gold. She finished sixth at the 2013 World Championships and has taken two giant slalom podiums and four top-10s in five starts this season. This race is missing 2013 world champion Tessa Worley and contender Tina Weirather due to injuries. The favorite may just be Austrian Anna Fenninger, who won the super-G here and has been top five in the giant slalom each of the past three World Cup seasons.
Men’s snowboard cross final – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
After fog rolled in forcing the event to be cancelled on Day 10, the boarders will only compete in the final with no qualification round as originally planned. However, just because the time changes doesn’t mean the athletes do. The U.S. sends four other men, including Nate Holland, who was fourth at the 2010 Olympics, Nick Baumgartner, Trevor Jacob and Alex Deibold. Vancouver’s Olympic gold medalist in the event American Seth Wescott did not make the team this year. Top international contenders include Australia's Alex "Chumpy" Pullin and Austrian Markus Schairer.
MEN’S ICE HOCKEY – Qualification playoffs
Slovenia vs. Austria – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
The winner of this No. 8-9 matchup gets top overall seed Sweden in the quarterfinals. Neither Austria nor Slovenia has ever won an Olympic hockey medal and both went 1-2 in group play, not posing a threat to the power nations. In fact, Slovenia is in its first Olympic hockey tournament. Its star, Anze Kopitar, exited a game against the U.S. on Sunday feeling ill but is expected back in the lineup.
WOMEN’S ICE HOCKEY – Classification (7th place)
Germany vs. Japan – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
After falling to Finland in a close game two days ago, Germany will battle a Japan team that has yet to register a win for a seventh place finish in these Winter Olympics.
Men’s individual trial and ski jumps – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Men’s individual 10 km – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Americans Bill Demong and Bryan and Taylor Fletcher look to improve upon finishing 24th, 26th and 33rd in the normal hill event last Wednesday. Demong is the defending Olympic champion here but is not considered a medal threat. The favorite to succeed him was German Eric Franzel, the normal hill gold medalist, but he is out with a virus. That opens up the gold-medal picture a bit. Two contenders are the normal hill silver and bronze medalists, Japan's Akito Watabe and Norway's Magnus Krog.
Women’s 1000m, 3000m relay final; Men’s 500m – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
South Korea has captured a gold medal in short track at every Winter Olympics since the sport was added in 1992, however, they have yet to top the podium so far in Sochi. The women’s relay team has a chance to keep the streak alive in the 3000m relay final, but it won’t easy as they’ll have to fend off a Chinese team, which won this event in Vancouver four years ago. On the men’s side of short track, the Americans will have their last shot to medal in the sport as Eduardo Alvarez, J.R. Celski and Jordan Malone will try to advance through the qualifying stage.
Men’s 15 km mass start – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
This is the third straight day organizers will try get the last men's individual event of the Olympic biathlon program in. Fog pushed it back on both Sunday and Monday. Ole Einar Bjoerndalen is expected to take aim at the solo record for most Winter Olympic medals for the third time after his opening gold in the 10km sprint. Bjoerndalen, 40, has been stuck on 12 career medals, finishing fourth in the 12.5km pursuit and 34th in the 20km individual event. He is not a medal favorite here (but Norway is in later relays). France’s Martin Fourcade is the star, looking for his third straight gold.
MEN’S ICE HOCKEY – Qualification playoffs
Russia vs. Norway – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Russia was the top team to miss out on an automatic quarterfinal berth, so they'll have to take care of the lowest-ranked team out of 12 to earn its quarters berth against Finland. It shouldn't be troubled by Norway, which has lost all seven of its Olympic games in Vancouver and Sochi. Ilya Kovalchuk missed part of Sunday's game due to injury and sat out at least part of practice Monday to rest, according to the Russian coach.
WOMEN’S ICE HOCKEY – Classification (5th place)
Finland vs. Russia – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
After barely squeaking by Germany, Finland will face off with host country Russia in a battle for fifth place.
Men’s 10,000m – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
The Netherlands could sweep a speed skating event for the fourth time at Adler Arena. They did so a year ago in this grueling race at the World Single Distance Championships, also at Adler. Two-time Olympic 5000m champion Sven Kramer is the heavy favorite, just as he was in 2010, when he infamously failed to change lanes on a late lap and was disqualified after finishing with the fastest time. His biggest competition is thought to come from countrymen Jorrit Bergsma, who beat Kramer at 2013 worlds, and Bob de Jong, 37, who has won a medal of every color in this event dating to 1998. If somebody is to break up the orange party, it will likely be Belgian Bart Swings or South Korean Lee Seung-hoon.
Men’s halfpipe qualifying – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Men’s halfpipe final – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
David Wise, married with a daughter in Reno, Nev., is the three-time reigning Winter X Games champion, 2013 world champion and favorite for gold should he make it through qualifying in this debut event. The field behind Wise includes several skiers with medal aspirations, including American Torin Yater-Wallace, who was second to Wise at the 2013 X Games and World Championships. Yater-Wallace missed the rest of the Olympic selection events after breaking two ribs in a Dec. 14 crash, a few weeks after suffering a collapsed lung. The other Americans are Aaron Blunck and Lyman Currier. Canada's Justin Dorey and Mike Riddle and France's Kevin Rolland and Thomas Krief are also in the medal picture.
Women’s two-man runs 1-2 – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
The first two of four runs to determine medals will take place at Sanki Sliding Center. The race for gold is expected to come down to defending champion Kaillie Humphries of Canada and American Elana Meyers. They were separated by one point this World Cup season -- Humphries taking the overall standings 1,629 to 1,628. Meyers will drive USA-1 with Olympic track champion Lauryn Williams as her push athlete. Williams, in her first season bobsledding, could become the second person to win gold at a Summer and Winter Games. USA-2 driver Jamie Greubel is also in the medal mix, paired with push athlete Aja Evans. USA-3 is driven by Jazmine Fenlator with two-time Olympic hurdler Lolo Jones. Fenlator and Jones have an outside shot at a medal.
Live stream of Day 11 Medal Ceremony – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
MEN’S ICE HOCKEY – Qualification playoffs
Switzerland vs. Latvia – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Czech Republic vs. Slovakia – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
The Czech Republic-Slovakia winner will advance to play the U.S. in the quarterfinals. Surely, the U.S. wouldn't mind playing 10th seed Slovakia a second time following a 7-1 drubbing in their opening game. The seventh seed Czechs, led by grizzleds Jaromir Jagr and Petr Nedved, lost by a combined three goals to Sweden and Switzerland in group play. No. 6 Switzerland will be favored against No. 11 Latvia, with the winner getting Canada in the quarterfinals. Switzerland beat Latvia 1-0 in group play. The Swiss gave Canada all sorts of trouble in group play at the 2010 Olympics, forcing a shootout before falling 3-2. In this tournament, Swiss goalie Jonas Hiller has given up zero goals in playing two of three group-play games.