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WATCH: 2014 Winter Olympics full event replays from Feb. 22
Watch full event replays from the 2014 Winter Olympics from Saturday, Feb. 22
Men’s and women’s parallel slalom qualifying: CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Men’s and women’s parallel slalom final: CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Snowboarding parallel slalom will make its Olympic debut on Saturday on both the men’s and women’s side. Vic Wild – who is American born, but competing for Russia – will be a favorite to medal on the men’s side after capturing gold Wednesday in the parallel giant slalom event. Other favorites on the men’s side will include Switzerland’s Philip Schoch, who won gold in the parallel giant slalom in 2002 and 2006, and fellow countryman Nevin Galmarini, who took silver behind Wild in the parallel giant slalom in Sochi. On the women’s side, Wild’s wife, Alena Zavarzina, will look to double her medal count after earning bronze in the parallel giant slalom on the women’s side while Patrizia Kummer of Switzerland will look to build off her gold medal performance in that very same event.
Women’s 30 km mass start: CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Women’s cross-country will come to an end on Saturday with the 30 km mass start. Poland’s Justyna Kowalczyk will look to defend her gold medal from Vancouver four years ago, but it won’t come easy as reigning silver medalist Marit Bjoergen of Norway is looking to add to her Sochi medal count after taking gold in both the skiathlon and team sprint events. Kikkan Randall and Jessica Diggins are America’s best hopes to reach the podium.
Men’s slalom run 1: 7:45 a.m. ET – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Men’s slalom run 2: 11:15 a.m. ET – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
After securing the first alpine skiing gold medal in Sochi for the United States, Ted Ligety will look to build off that momentum in the men’s slalom competition. However, Ligety’s compatriot Bode Miller, who has six-career Olympic medals, will be forced to sit this event out after tweaking his knee on Wednesday. International challengers include 2010 Vancouver gold medalist Giuliano Razzoli of Italy and Austria’s 35-year-old Benjamin Raich, who will look to regain his form from the 2006 Games where he led an Austrian medal sweep in this event.
Men’s and women’s team pursuit: 8:30 a.m. ET – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
After cruising to easy victories in both the quarterfinals and semifinals, the Netherlands’ men’s team will square off with South Korea in the gold-medal matchup. However, on the women’s side, the semifinals still need to be raced before moving on to the medal matches. After setting an Olympic record during Friday’s quarterfinal race, Netherlands’ trio of Jorien ter Mors, Lotte van Beek and Ireen Wuest will look to advance to the final as they meet Japan in the one semifinal match.
Men’s 4 X 7.5 km relay: 9:30 a.m. ET – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
The final biathlon event of these Winter Olympics takes place as Norway looks to defend its gold medal from Vancouver in 2010. The bigger storyline in this event, however, is Ole Einar Bjoerndalen as the Norwegian will be looking to capture his ninth career gold medal, which would set a Winter Olympic record.
MEN’S HOCKEY – Bronze medal game
United States vs. Finland: 10 a.m. ET (NBCSN) – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Despite a stellar performance from goaltender Jonathan Quick, the gold medal has once again eluded the United States, however, this time it has happened in the semifinals. The U.S. fell to Canada by a score of 1-0 on Friday, which punched them a ticket to the bronze medal game, where they will meet a Finland team that fell to Sweden by a score of 2-1.
Live stream of Day 15 Medal Ceremony: 11:15 a.m. ET – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
Men’s four-man runs 1-2: 11:30 a.m. ET – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
For the longest time the Americans struggled in the bobsled events, until Steven Holcomb piloted his four-man team to a gold medal in Vancouver in 2010. After earning a bronze medal in the men’s two-man event, Holcomb and the United States will look to return to the podium in the men’s four-man event. However, Germany, who had won the gold medal in this event in the four Olympics prior to Vancouver, will provide stiff competition to Holcomb and the rest of the American squad.
Gala exhibition: 11:30 a.m. ET – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL REPLAY
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