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Sunday Olympics on TV: Figure skating is now a team event

Published February 7, 2014 12:51 pm
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Figure skating has always been part of the Winter Olympics, but never before has it been a team event. In Sochi, the first team medals will be presented today.The United States, Canada and Russia are expected to be the top competitors. You can catch the action live on NBCSN in the morning and taped during NBC's daytime, primetime and late-night coverage.NBC DAYTIME

noon-4 p.m., Ch. 5: Figure skating/team event gold medal final, men's free skate; women's biathlon/7.5 km sprint gold medal final; men's cross country skiing/skiathlon gold medal final


6-10 p.m., Ch. 5: Figure skating/team event gold medal final, ladies free skate. ice dancing free dance; men's alpine skiing/downhill gold medal final; women's snowboarding/slopestyle gold medal final; men's ski jumping/individual K-95 gold medal final


10:35-11:35 p.m., Ch. 5: Figure skating/team event gold medal final postgame; men's luge/singles gold medal final runs.

11:35 p.m.-3:30 a.m., Ch. 5: Repeat of NBC primetime


3 a.m.-6 a.m. (early Monday): Women's curling/USA vs. Switzerland


6:30-8 a.m.: Men's luge/singles competition (live)

8-11 a.m.: Figure skating/team event gold medal final (live)

11 a.m.-noon: Men's ski jumping/individual K-95 gold medal final (live)

2-3 p.m.: Hockey encore

3-5 p.m.: Hockey/game of the day

1-3 a.m. (early Monday): Men's curling/Canada vs. Germany

3-5:30 a.m. (early Monday): Women's hockey/USA vs. Switzerland (live)


• 6-10:30 a.m.: Women's hockey/Germany vs. Russia (live)






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