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WATCH: 2014 Winter Olympics full event replays from Feb. 13
Watch full replays of every event from Thursday, Feb. 13
Women’s prelims (sheet B) Canada vs. Denmark – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Women’s prelims (sheet C) China vs. Great Britain – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Women’s prelims (sheet D) Sweden vs. Switzerland – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
The women’s morning curling session is highlighted by what has the makings to be a very competitive match-up between Sweden (2-1) and Switzerland (3-0). Meanwhile, Canada, who currently is tied atop the curling standings, will look to stay undefeated in these Olympics as they square off with a team that’s currently searching for a win in Denmark (0-3).
Men’s slopestyle qualifying – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Men’s slopestyle final – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Two-time reigning Winter X Games champion Nick Goepper, the rare skier out of Indiana, is a medal favorite here. Goepper was among the first skiers to qualify for the Olympics in December and then enjoyed a media whirlwind that took him to the Golden Globe Awards and David Letterman. The field includes several men who could win gold without a surprise, including Swede Jesper Tjader, Brit James Woods and Norwegian Andreas Haatveit. Also watch out for the other U.S. skiers – Bobby Brown, Joss Christensen and Gus Kenworthy.
Men’s super-combined training – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
With the competition set to begin tomorrow, the men will have one last training session in the super-combined, which consists of one run of downhill and two runs of slalom.
Women’s runs 1-2 – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
The medals won't be awarded until Friday, but gold is expected to come down to American Noelle-Pikus Pace and Great Britain's Lizzy Yarnold. Pikus-Pace, a mother of two, finished fourth at the 2010 Olympics, retired and came back two seasons ago and was in the best form of her life this past season, which she said will be her last.
MEN’S ICE HOCKEY
Austria vs. Finland – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Men’s hockey is finally back. While the women returned to the ice earlier this week, the men’s competition will begin with a matchup between Austria and Finland.
WOMEN’S ICE HOCKEY
Japan vs. Germany – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
It’s a battle of, well, the winless teams. Neither Germany of Japan has struck for a win in these Olympics, but good for news for them, someone has to win this game, right?
Women’s 10 km classic – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Fresh off capturing Sweden’s first cross-country gold since 1968, Charlotte Kalla will look to set the pace once again. Norway’s Marit Bjoergen, who came in third in that race, will once again be Kalla’s toughest competition in competing for the gold medal.
Men’s prelims (sheet A) Switzerland vs. Russia – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Men’s prelims (sheet B) Canada vs. Denmark – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Men’s prelims (sheet C) Norway vs. Sweden – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Men’s prelims (sheet D) United States vs. Great Britain – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
The highlight of the day on the men’s side comes in the intriguing matchup between Norway (3-0) and Sweden (3-1). Meanwhile, the United States will look to build off the momentum it gained with its first victory on Wednesday, over Denmark, and keep it going against a steady Great Britain squad that has posted a 3-1 record.
Women’s 500M; Men’s 1000m, 5000m relay – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
There will be three short track races beginning with the women’s 500m. Emily Scott was the lone American to advance to the 500m quarterfinals, so she will be the United States’ last hope at medaling in the short track event.
Men’s and women’s aerials training – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Both the men and women will train for the aerials competition, which will begin tomorrow, Feb. 14 for the women, but not until Feb. 17 for the men.
MEN’S ICE HOCKEY
Russia vs. Slovenia – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
United States vs. Slovakia – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
The men's hockey tournament begins in earnest Thursday. All four Group A nations will play at the same time. The U.S. gets a tougher test with Slovakia than Russia does with Slovenia. It is also important to note that all teams advance from group play to the bracket round, though group results will dictate if nations go straight to quarterfinals or must play first-round elimination games. The U.S. will start Jonathan Quick in goal against Slovakia. The Slovaks, who pushed Canada in the 2010 Olympic semifinals and ultimately finished fourth, are led by Zdeno Chara and Marian Hossa.
Women’s 1000m: 9 a.m. ET – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Heather Richardson and Brittany Bowe went one-two in three of four World Cup 1000m races so far this season, but it will be hard to replicate that at the Adler Arena. Russia's Olga Fatkulina is the 2013 world champion on this ice and took second in the 500m on Tuesday. Richardson was eighth in the 500m; Bowe was 13th. However, Richardson and Bowe are better in the 1000m. There's also Dutchwoman Ireen Wuest, the 2013 world silver medalist. Wuest won the 5000m on Sunday at Adler. China's Zhang Hong, too, could keep the U.S. from winning its first Olympic women's speed skating medal since 2002.
Women’s prelims (sheet A) Sweden vs. Denmark: 10 a.m. ET – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Women’s prelims (sheet B) Russia vs. Korea: 10 a.m. ET – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Women’s prelims (sheet C) Switzerland vs. Canada: 10 a.m. ET – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Women’s prelims (sheet D) United States vs. Japan: 10 a.m. ET – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
The United States are winless thus far in Sochi and it doesn’t look like they will strike for a win here, as Japan currently holds a 2-1 record. The real storyline, however, in this evening session will be the battle of the unbeatens, depending on the morning session, in the matchup between Canada and Switzerland.
Men’s short program – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
The cliché saying goes, you can't win the Olympic gold medal in the short program, but you can lose it. The major players are Canada's Patrick Chan and Japan's Yuzuru Hanyu. Chan, 23, is the three-time reigning world champion. Hanyu, 19, beat Chan at the Grand Prix Final in December. Several other men are in the medal picture, including Spain's Javier Fernandez. U.S. skaters Jeremy Abbott and Jason Brown also compete.
Team relay – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
The U.S. looks to build off the momentum of Erin Hamlin's bronze medal in the final Olympic luge event. The team relay, in its Olympic debut, consists of a woman taking a run down the track and rising at the finish to tap a touch pad. The tap will signal the start for a men's luger, who will take his run and rise to tap the same pad. Finally, a doubles team goes. The doubles' touch on the pad stops the clock. The U.S. will send Hamlin, Chris Mazdzer (13th in singles) and Christian Niccum and Jayson Terdiman down the Sanki Sliding Center track. Germany, which won men's and women's singles, is a heavy gold-medal favorite.
Men’s: Canada vs. Norway – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Women’s: Sweden vs. Russia – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
The men's hockey nightcap features the defending Olympic champion against a nation that has never made it past the Olympic quarterfinals. Canada's roster includes 25 NHL players, most of them All-Stars. Norway's roster includes one NHL player, New York Rangers forward Mats Zuccarello. The key in this game will be Canada's goalie, Carey Price, who is making his Olympic debut. 2010 Olympic gold-medal game winner Roberto Luongo is slated to start Canada's second game against Austria on Friday.