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Women’s prelims (sheet A) Canada vs. Japan – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Women’s prelims (sheet B) China vs. Sweden – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Women’s prelims (sheet D) Great Britain vs. Korea – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
A red-hot Canadian team will look to stay undefeated with a victory over Japan (2-3). Canada may be the best team playing in the morning prelims, but the match to watch will be the one between the surprising Chinese team (3-2) and Sweden (4-1), who is currently second in the curling standings.
Women’s super-g – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Lara Gut of Switzerland will be a medal favorite as she has three victories in the super-G so far this season. Other contenders will include Tina Maze of Slovenia and Switzerland’s Dominique Gisin, who will look to improve upon her silver medal finish in this event in Vancouver.
Men’s two-man training session – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
The men will have another training session in the two-man bobsled.
MEN’S ICE HOCKEY
Slovakia vs. Slovenia – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
It’s the battle at the bottom of Group A in men’s hockey. Both Slovakia and Slovenia are 0-1 thus far following their losses to the United States and Russia, respectively. While these teams are in the shadow of the Group A powerhouses in the U.S. and Russia, finishing third in the group could benefit them when it comes time to be seeded in the next stage.
WOMEN’S ICE HOCKEY – Quarterfinals
Finland vs. Sweden – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Switzerland vs. Russia – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
The women’s quarterfinals kick off with two matchups. Finland will battle Sweden, while Switzerland will face-off against host country Russia, who finished with a 3-0 record in the Group B preliminary matches. Canada and the United States finished first and second, respectively, to earn first-round byes.
Women’s 4x5 km relay – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Norway and Sweden will continue to duke it out in women’s cross-country when the 4x5km relay commences on Saturday. Norway will send three medal winners to be among its four participants with skiathlon champion Marit Bjoergen anchoring the team. Meanwhile, the anchor for Sweden will be Charlotte Kalla, who has finished runner-up in both the 10 km and skiathlon.
Men’s prelims (sheet A) Sweden vs. Germany – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Men’s prelims (sheet B) Denmark vs. Switzerland – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Men’s prelims (sheet C) Canada vs. Great Britain – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Men’s prelims (sheet D) Russia vs. China – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
The matchup of the day on the men’s side will be between Canada (4-2) and Great Britain (5-1). Meanwhile, the surprising Chinese team, who sits atop the standings, will look to keep rolling against Russia (2-4).
Men’s 1000m; Women’s 1500m – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
South Korea’s Sin Da Woon and Lee Han-Bin will aim to make it three straight gold medals for their country in this event. A contender should be Canada’s Charle Cournoyer after posting the fastest qualifying time in the 1000m. The United States will send J.R. Celski, Chris Creveling and Eduardo Alvarez to the quarterfinals.
MEN’S ICE HOCKEY
United States vs. Russia – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
This is probably the biggest event of the Olympics without a medal at stake. The U.S. and Russia (or the Soviet Union/Unified Team) will play an Olympic men’s hockey game for the sixth time since the Miracle on Ice and for the first time on Russian ice.
Here are their results since 1980:
1988: Soviet Union 7, U.S. 5 (group play)
1992: Unified Team 5, U.S. 2 (semifinals)
2002: U.S. 2, Russia 2 (group play)
2002: U.S. 3, Russia 2 (semifinals)
2006: Russia 5, U.S. 4 (group play)
Men’s 1500m – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
United States speed skater Shani Davis will have another shot at finding the podium in Sochi as the men skate in the 1500m. Davis finished eighth earlier this week in the 1000m event, where he was the two-time defending Olympic champion. While the 1500m isn’t dubbed his event, Davis has finished runner-up in each of the past two Winter Olympics. Making it to the podium won’t come easy, however, as the Dutch throw skaters Stefan Groothuis, the 1000m champion, and Mark Tuitert, who won this event four years ago in Vancouver. The Dutch have won eight of the first nine speed skating medals.
Men’s runs 3-4 – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Russia’s Alexander Tretiakov holds a sizeable lead heading into the final two heats of the men’s skeleton on Saturday after setting a track record of 55.95 second in his first run of the competition. Those chasing the Russian include two Americans John daly and Matthew Antoine who currently sit at third and fourth, respectively.
Women’s prelims (sheet A) Sweden vs. United States – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Women’s prelims (sheet B) Canada vs. Russia – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Women’s prelims (sheet C) Switzerland vs. Great Britain – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Women’s prelims (sheet D) Denmark vs. China – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
The U.S. (1-5) is all but eliminated as no team has ever recovered from a deficit this large, however, they will be in action against the second-place team in Sweden (4-1). The most intriguing matchup in the evening session will be between Canada and the host country Russia.
Live stream of Day 8 Medal Ceremony – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Men’s 120m hill trial jump and final – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Men’s ski jump will hand out medals today, with the medal favorite being Austria’s Michael Hayboeck, who posted the longest jump in qualifying at 131.0 meters. Other contenders include a pair of Japanese jumpers Daiki Ito and Reruhi Shimizu.
MEN’S ICE HOCKEY
Switzerland vs. Czech Republic – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Sweden vs. Latvia – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
In Group C action, undefeated Sweden (2-0) will face-off with Latvia (0-2) while the Czech Republic (1-1) and Switzerland (1-1) will fight for position within the group.