Lindsey Vonn & Mikaela Shiffrin Ski for Gold in Super Combined TONIGHT 7PM in the Winter Olympics

Wednesday 2/21
2 PM

Speed Skating – Team Pursuit Gold Medal Finals

Men’s Cross Country – Team Sprint Gold Medal Final

7 PM

Alpine Skiing – Austria’s Marcel Hirscher has the credentials of an all-time great Alpine skier

David Wise

despite lacking Olympic gold, but he’s favored to capture his first in the men’s slalom (run 1 of 2).

 

Freestyle Skiing – Freestyle Skiing coverage includes the men’s halfpipe final, where defending Olympic champion David Wise leads a talented U.S. contingent.

Bobsled – The women’s Bobsled podium in PyeongChang could feature

Jamie Greubel-Poser

the same pilots as in Sochi – Team USA’s Elana Meyers Taylor (silver) and

 

Jamie Greubel Poser (bronze), plus Meyers Taylor’s best friend, training mate and two-time defending Olympic gold medalist Kaillie Humphries of Canada.

Cross-Country Skiing – Another void could be filled as Jessie Diggins and Co. enter the team sprint, seeking Team USA’s first Olympic medal in a women’s Cross-Country event.

 

Thursday 2/22
2 PM

Women’s Biathlon – 4x6km Relay Gold Medal Final

Men’s Nordic Combined – Team Large Hill/4x5km Gold Medal Final

7PM

Mirai Nagasu

Figure Skating – Figure Skating competition concludes with the ladies’ free skate. Team USA is represented by 2018 national champion Bradie Tennell; 2010 Olympian Mirai Nagasu; and 2017 national champion Karen Chen, fourth at last year’s World Championships. Yevgenia Medvedeva and Alina Zagitova, competing as Olympic Athlete(s) from Russia, are favored.

Alpine Skiing – The Alpine women’s super

Lindsey Vonn

combined event, possibly a duel between Americans Lindsey Vonn and Mikaela Shiffrin, begins with a downhill run.

 

Snowboarding – In Snowboarding, Julia Marino and Hailey Langland give Team USA contenders in the inaugural women’s big air event.

Short Track – Short Track finals include the men’s 500m, women’s 1000m and men’s 5000m relay; South Korean contenders abound, while Great

Julia Marino

Britain’s Elise Christie seeks Olympic redemption after three controversial DQs in Sochi, and the R. Celski-led United States relay team has podium potential.