Men’s Freestyle Skiing – Aerials Competition
Women’s Biathlon – 12.5km Mass Start Gold Medal Final
Women’s Cross Country – 4x5km Relay Gold Medal Final
Alpine – Ted Ligety, already the only U.S. man with two Olympic Alpine gold medals, seeks a third in his specialty event, the giant slalom.
Short Track – The Short Track venue should be electric as host South Korea boasts multiple medal contenders in the men’s 1000m and women’s 1500m events; the former also offers Korean-turned-Russian Viktor Ahn a chance to become Short Track’s most decorated Olympian with a ninth overall medal.
Skeleton – Jacqueline Loelling, 22, seeks Germany’s first Olympic gold in Skeleton a year after becoming the sport’s youngest female world champion.
Ski Jumping – In Ski Jumping, the men’s individual large hill final could see a duel between reigning world champion Stefan Kraft of Austria and defending Olympic gold medalist Kamil Stoch of Poland.
Men’s Freestyle Skiing – Aerials Gold Medal Final
Men’s Speed Skating –Team Pursuit Competition
Men’s Biathlon – 15km Mass Start Gold Medal Final
Figure Skating – Figure Skating siblings Maia and Alex Shibutani form one of three U.S. duos with podium potential as the ice dance competition begins.
Freestyle Skiing – In Freestyle Skiing, defending Olympic gold medalist Maddie Bowman leads a strong American group into women’s halfpipe qualifying.
Speed Skating – In Speed Skating, South Korea’s Lee Sang-Hwa races on home ice for a third consecutive gold in the women’s 500m.
Bobsled – Bobsled’s two-man event gets underway with Germany favored for gold behind top pilots Francesco Friedrich and Johannes Lochner.
Cross-Country Skiing – Cross-Country rivals Sweden and Norway duel for gold in the men’s 4x10km relay.
Men’s Ski Jumping – Team Large Hill Gold Medal Final
Men’s 500m Gold Medal Final
Women’s Team Pursuit Competition
Figure Skating – Figure Skating’s ice dance competition concludes, with siblings Maia and Alex Shibutani among three medal-contending duos for Team USA; a showdown for gold looms between training partners Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir of Canada and Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron of France.
Freestyle Skiing – In Freestyle Skiing, defending Olympic champion Maddie Bowman leads a strong American group in the women’s halfpipe final.
Bobsled – Top pilots Francesco Friedrich and Johannes Lochner give Germany a pair of gold-medal contenders in the two-man Bobsled event, with Won Yun-Jong looking to give South Korea its first-ever Olympic medal in a sliding sport.