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WATCH: 2014 Winter Olympics full event replays from Feb. 10
Watch every minute of Olympic events from Monday, Feb. 10 online
Men’s prelims Russia vs. Great Britain: WATCH FULL REPLAY
Men’s prelims Switzerland vs. Sweden: WATCH FULL REPLAY
Men’s prelims Denmark vs. China: WATCH FULL REPLAY
Men’s prelims Germany vs. Canada: WATCH FULL REPLAY
Did someone ask for curling? The beloved Winter Olympic sport makes its debut in Sochi on Monday with four preliminary matches. Curling juggernaut Canada expects gold in this event on the men’s side, which is led by Brad Jacobs, who is widely considered the top curler in the country.
Women’s super-combined downhill: WATCH FULL REPLAY
Women’s super-combined slalom: WATCH FULL REPLAY
The clear favorite is German Maria Hoefl-Riesch, the reigning Olympic and world champion. However, American Julia Mancuso is the 2010 Olympic silver medalist in the super-combined, which adds together the times from one downhill run and one slalom run. Mancuso hasn't finished better than seventh in any World Cup race this season, but she's come up big at major events without much run-up fanfare before.
Men’s 1500m; Women’s 500m, 3000m relay -– WATCH FULL REPLAY
Short track debuts with heats, semifinals and finals of the longest individual distance on the program. In 2010, this was the race where two South Koreans wiped out on the final turn, and Apolo Ohno and J.R. Celski skated past for silver and bronze. Ohno is of course retired, but Celski is back and a medal contender again.
Women’s prelims (sheet A) China vs. Canada -– WATCH FULL REPLAY
Women’s prelims (sheet B) Switzerland vs. United States -– WATCH FULL REPLAY
Women’s prelims (sheet C) Sweden vs. Great Britain -– WATCH FULL REPLAY
Women’s prelims (sheet D) Russia vs. Denmark -– WATCH FULL REPLAY
On the women’s curling side, it’s shaping up as not just a battle for gold, but also a battle of generations. At one end you have the 23-year-old captains Eve Muirhead of Great Britain and Anna Sidorova of Russia, while at the other end you have the seasoned veterans in Jennifer Jones of Canada and the United States’ Erika Brown.
WOMEN’S ICE HOCKEY:
United States vs. Switzerland -– WATCH FULL REPLAY
The U.S. women’s hockey team opened the Olympics with a convincing 3-1 victory over Finland two days ago. However, with its eyes constantly fixated on the Canadian women’s team, the U.S. can use this game against Switzerland as a measuring tool, as the Canadians defeated the Swiss by a score of 5-0 two days ago.
Men’s and women’s doubles official training -– WATCH FULL REPLAY
With only two days remaining before their first run, the men’s and women’s doubles team will have a training session streamed live as they prepare to begin their quest for gold.
Men’s 500m -– WATCH FULL REPLAY
South Korean Mo Tae-Bum looks to repeat as champion in the shortest distance in speed skating. The medal picture is fairly open though, given seven men have won World Cup 500m races this season and only one captured more than one. The powerful Dutch send twins Michel and Ronald Mulder (Michel is the 2014 World Sprint Champion). The U.S. has Tucker Fredricks and Mitchell Whitmore, who are seventh and 10th in the World Cup standings.
Men’s moguls qualifying -– WATCH FULL REPLAY
Men’s moguls final -– WATCH FULL REPLAY
Canada could go one-two in moguls under the lights for the second time in three nights at Rosa Khutor Extreme Park. Mikael Kingsbury looked strong at this time last year, winning the world championship, but 2010 Olympic champion Alexandre Bilodeau has won the last three World Cup events. Bilodeau is trying to become the first freestyle skier to win two Olympic gold medals.
Women’s singles runs 1-2 -– WATCH FULL REPLAY
This is Germany's event as they've won the last four Olympic women's luge titles and routinely dominate World Cups and World Championships. Natalie Geisenberger, the 2010 Olympic bronze medalist, looks primed to march halfway to gold of the four-run competition Monday night. Tatjana Huefner, the 2010 Olympic champion, and two-time World Championships medalist Anke Wischnewski round out the German contingent seeking a sweep.
Men’s 12.5km pursuit -– WATCH FULL REPLAY
Biathlon is not normally a must-see event in the U.S., but history is at stake here. Norway's Ole Einar Bjoerndalen will go off first in the pursuit, which essentially gives head starts based on finishes from the 10km sprint Saturday. Bjoerndalen, 40, won the sprint to tie retired countryman and cross-country skier Bjorn Daehlie for the most career Winter Olympic medals. He now seeks record-breaking No. 13. Even if he doesn't get it Monday, he has two relays upcoming where Norway is favored for gold.
Men’s prelims (sheet A) United States vs. Norway -– WATCH FULL REPLAY
Men’s prelims (sheet B) Denmark vs. Russia -– WATCH FULL REPLAY
Men’s prelims (sheet C) Canada vs. Switzerland -– WATCH FULL REPLAY
Men’s prelims (sheet D) Sweden vs. Great Britain -– WATCH FULL REPLAY
If you're going to watch one Olympic curling match, it might as well be this one. The U.S. men will need to pull off upsets to contend for a medal in Sochi. Defeating Norway in their opener would certainly qualify. The Norwegians are the reigning Olympic and world silver medalists.
WOMEN’S ICE HOCKEY:
Canada vs. Finland -– WATCH FULL REPLAY
Canada’s women’s hockey team looks to stay hot after starting its Olympic defense off on the right foot two days ago with a lopsided 5-0 victory over Switzerland. Meanwhile, Finland enters the game looking to gain momentum after falling to the United States 3-1 in its last game.
Women’s individual 95m hill training -– WATCH FULL REPLAY
The women will have one last training session on the 95m hill in Sochi before they collectively make Olympic history becoming the first group of female ski jumpers at the Games.
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