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Women’s prelims (sheet A) Russia vs. Great Britain – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Women’s prelims (sheet B) Korea vs. United States – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Women’s prelims (sheet C) Japan vs. China – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
The United States has already been mathematically eliminated from medal contention, but they will square off with fellow bottom-dweller South Korea who sits just one spot above the U.S. with a record of 2-5.
Men’s 15 km mass start - EVENT POSTPONED UNTIL TUESDAY AT 5:30 a.m. ET
Men’s snowboard cross final – EVENT POSTPONED UNTIL TUESDAY AT 1:30 a.m. ET
A new Olympic snowboard cross champion will be crowned at Rosa Khutor Extreme Park. The only men's gold medalist the event has ever known, American Seth Wescott, did not make the Olympic Team. The U.S. sends four other men, including Nate Holland, who was fourth at the 2010 Olympics, Nick Baumgartner, Trevor Jacob and Alex Deibold. The top international contenders include Australia's Alex "Chumpy" Pullin, who has played in a reggae band named "Love Charli," and Austrian Markus Schairer. They were the top two finishers at the 2013 World Championships.
Men’s prelims (sheet A) China vs. Great Britain – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Men’s prelims (sheet B) Germany vs. Russia – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Men’s prelims (sheet C) Switzerland vs. United States – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Men’s prelims (sheet D) Norway vs. Denmark – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
The U.S. men tried their hardest and nearly pulled off the upset over Canada to keep their medal hopes alive, however, it wasn’t meant to be as they fell by a score of 8-6. They will take on Switzerland in the final prelim round for the men. Meanwhile, China and Great Britain, who sit at third and fourth in the standings, respectively, will battle it out with standings position on the line.
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WOMEN’S ICE HOCKEY – Semifinals
United States vs. Sweden – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
The U.S. was expected to face Finland here, but the Swedes ousted the Finns by putting three goals past the world's best goalie, Noora Raty, in the third period of their quarterfinal. This sets up a third straight Olympic semifinal between the U.S. and Sweden. In 2006, the Swedes shocked the Americans 3-2 in a shootout, the only time the U.S. failed to reach the gold-medal game. In 2010, the U.S. left no doubt with a 9-1 blowout before losing to Canada in the final.
Men’s aerials qualifying – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Men’s aerials final – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
This shapes up as a China-Belarus battle, just like the women's aerials competition. Again, China enters with higher expectations. It throws 2010 bronze medalist Liu Zhongqing, 2013 world champion Qiu Guangpu and 2013 world bronze medalist Jia Zongyang. Belarus, meanwhile, boasts defending Olympic champion Aleksei Grishin and Anton Kushnir, who won a World Cup event in Park City, Utah, in January. Canada's Travis Gerrits is also threat after winning the 2013 World Championships silver medal. Mac Bohonnon, with one World Cup silver this season, is the lone U.S. entrant.
Men’s two-man runs 3-4 – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Russian Aleksandr Zubkov led by .32 of a second over Swiss Beat Hefti and .36 over American Steven Holcomb after the first two runs of four total. It will be tough to catch Zubkov, but second through sixth place is separated by .16. Zubkov, 39, seeks his first Olympic gold medal after two-man bronze in 2006 and four-man silver in 2010. Hefti won on this track to conclude the 2012-13 World Cup season. Holcomb is the World Cup champion and looking for the first U.S. Olympic two-man medal since 1952.
Women’s 12.5 km mass start – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Belarus’ Darya Domracheva will be after her third gold medal and her odds look pretty good as she was the champion at the 2013 World Championships in this event and already owns two gold medals in Sochi after winning both the individual and pursuit competitions. Her main challenger will be Tora Berger of Norway as she was the silver medalist in this event in Vancouver four years ago and owns a silver medal at these Olympics.
Women’s prelims (sheet A) China vs. Switzerland – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Women’s prelims (sheet B) Denmark vs. Great Britain – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Women’s prelims (sheet C) Canada vs. Korea – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Women’s prelims (sheet D) Japan vs. Sweden – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
At this point, the Canadian women (8-0) look to be the gold medal favorite as they will try to make it out of the preliminary rounds undefeated as they take on South Korea, who sat at ninth in the standings prior to the morning prelim session.
Ice dancing; Free dance – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
The short dance went according to plan Sunday, with Americans Meryl Davis and Charlie White taking a 2.58-point lead over Canadians Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir, their training partners. Davis and White haven’t lost in nearly two years, a stretch that includes a World Championship, Four Continents Championship, two Grand Prix Finals and four Grand Prix series events. They're trying to win the first U.S. Olympic ice dance gold medal. Virtue and Moir won the 2010 Olympic title in Vancouver but have been passed by Davis and White in the four years since. Russian and French couples appear to be vying for bronze.
Men’s team trial jump – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Men’s team long hill – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Austria appears to be the favorite to win the team competition for a third straight Olympics, but its individual large hill results (seventh, eighth, 32nd, 40th) weren't very inspiring. Other medal contenders include Slovenia, which won both World Cup team events this season, and Germany, which was second to Slovenia both times. Norway and Japan also have a shot. Japan features 41-year-old Noriaki Kasai, who won silver in the individual large hill. Poland's Kamil Stoch swept the individual normal and large hill events, but the Polish team is not very deep. It appears unlikely he will join Finland's Matti Nykaenen as the only ski jumpers to win three golds at a single Winter Games.
Live stream of Day 10 Medal Ceremony – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
WOMEN’S ICE HOCKEY – Semifinals
Canada vs. Switzerland – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Canada is a heavy favorite here given it beat Switzerland 5-0 in group play. The Canadians have never lost in the semifinals of an Olympics or World Championships and are trying to win their fourth straight Olympic title. Switzerland, whose team includes a D.C.-area Starbucks barista, has already clinched its best-ever Olympic finish. It's playing with house money.
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