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WATCH: 2014 Winter Olympics full event replays from Feb. 8
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Men’s semifinals -- CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL EVENT REPLAY
Men’s final -- CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL EVENT REPLAY
The first gold-medal winner of the Olympics will be crowned at Rosa Khutor Extreme Park. It will not be Shaun White, who pulled out of slopestyle Wednesday (but is still scheduled to go for his third straight halfpipe gold Tuesday).
ALPINE SKIING -- MEN’S DOWNHILL
Training Day 3 – CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL EVENT REPLAY
American Bode Miller, who finished atop the first training session, takes his final practice run before Sunday's medal event.
U.S. vs. Finland -- CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL EVENT REPLAY
The world champion Americans open the women's hockey tournament with a test. Finland handed the U.S. a 3-1 defeat on Nov. 8 at the Four Nations Cup in Lake Placid, N.Y.
Women's Skiathlon -- CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL EVENT REPLAY
Norwegian Marit Bjorgen, the most successful athlete of the 2010 Games with five medals, including three golds, faces tough competition from her compatriot Therese Johaug on the slopes in the cross-country skiathlon. Another five medals in Sochi would let Bjorgen equal Bjorn Daehlie as the most decorated Winter Olympian of all-time.
WOMEN’S SKI JUMPING
Individual NH: Training Day 1 -– CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL EVENT REPLAY
The women, including Americans Lindsey Van, Sarah Hendrickson and Jessica Jerome and Japanese star Sara Takanashi, get their first taste of Olympic competition as women's ski jumping makes its Olympic debut.
Men's 5000m -- CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL EVENT REPLAY
Dutch superstar Sven Kramer is the clear favorite to repeat as Olympic champion here. He hasn't lost a 5000m at a major international meet since taking silver at the 2006 Olympics at age 19.
Canada vs. Switzerland -– CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL EVENT REPLAY
Defending champions Canada open their gold medal defense against Switzerland. Is Canada once again on a collision course with the United States?
Women’s moguls qualifying Round 2 -– CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL EVENT REPLAY
Women’s moguls final -- CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL EVENT REPLAY
Hannah Kearney is a heavy favorite to bring home the first U.S. gold medal of the Olympics. That's exactly what she did four years ago in Vancouver, where she upset Canadian Jenn Heil and made up for tearfully washing out of 2006 Olympic qualifying.
Men’s 10k Sprint -- CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL EVENT REPLAY
In the biathlon sprint, Frenchman Martin Fourcade will start as the favorite but he will face stern competition from Norwegian Emil Hegle Svendsen, the sprint and pursuit world champion.
FIGURE SKATING, TEAM EVENT
Short dance, women's short program, pairs free skate -- CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL EVENT REPLAY
The U.S. will need to rebound if it's to win a medal in this new Olympic event, sitting tied for fifth after Thursday’s results. That puts more pressure on world champions Meryl Davis and Charlie White to win the short dance over Olympic champions Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir of Canada.
Ashley Wagner then makes her Olympic debut in the women's short program. The team event ends with the men's, ice dance and women's long programs on Sunday.
Men's singles -- CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL EVENT REPLAY
German Felix Loch is the favorite as luge begins with the first two of four total runs over two days. Loch will begin a quest to become the third man to win back-to-back Olympic luge titles, joining legends Georg Hackl and Armin Zoeggeler.
Best of Sochi