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Olympic Viewing Guide: Friday, Feb. 23

Olympic Viewing Guide

Here's your Olympic viewing guide for Sunday.

All times are local to Central New York.

Friday:

NBC3:

3:00 pm- Biathlon, Figure Skating

Figure Skating coverage includes a review of the ladies’ competition. In Biathlon, Martin Fourcade leads France against brothers Johannes Thingnes and Tarjei Boe of Norway as they vie for gold in the men's 4x7.5km relay.

8:00 pm- Bobsled, Speed Skating, Snowboarding, Alpine

In the Olympic debut of Alpine’s team event, nations compete in a bracket-style format featuring head-to-head slalom races (two men and two women per round). Snowboarding also introduces an exciting new event: men’s big air, with Canadian teammates Mark McMorris and Max Parrot among the contenders. In Speed Skating, the men’s 1000m features two-time Olympic champion Shani Davis and his U.S. teammate Joey Mantia taking on the dominant Dutch. Also: The four-man Bobsled event gets underway as Germany looks to confirm its favorite status (runs 1 and 2).

11:35 pm- Snowboarding

History could be made in both Snowboarding parallel giant slalom events. For the men, Radoslav Yankov could give Bulgaria its first Olympic medal in the sport. And for the women, 2017 world champion Ester Ledecka of the Czech Republic enters PyeongChang hoping to become the first athlete to compete in Snowboarding and Alpine Skiing at the same Games.

NBCSN:

12:30 am- Short Track

Short Track finals include the men’s 500m, women’s 1000m and men’s 5000m relay; South Korean contenders abound, while Great Britain’s Elise Christie seeks Olympic redemption after three controversial DQs in Sochi, and the J.R. Celski-led United States relay team has podium potential.

2:15 am- Hockey (Men's Semifinal)

The first of two men’s Hockey semifinals (teams TBD).

5:00 am- Speed Skating

In Speed Skating, the men’s 1000m features two-time Olympic champion Shani Davis and his U.S. teammate Joey Mantia taking on the dominant Dutch.

6:45 am- Hockey (Men's Semifinal)

The second of two men’s Hockey semifinals (teams TBD).

9:30 am- Curling (Men's Bronze Medal Match)

The men’s Curling bronze medal final (teams TBD).

12:30 pm- Curling (Women's Semifinal #1)

A women’s Curling semifinal (teams TBD).

3:30 pm- Medal Ceremonies

Notable podium celebrations from the Medals Plaza in PyeongChang.

4:00 pm- Hockey (Game of the Day I)

Game of the Day (teams TBD).

6:00 pm- Hockey (Game of the Day II)

Game of the Day (teams TBD).

7:00 pm- Figure Skating: Olympic Ice

Liam McHugh, Tanith White and Scott Hamilton deliver in-depth coverage of all things Figure Skating, including a wrap-up of the ladies’ free skate.

8:00 pm- Biathlon

Martin Fourcade leads France against brothers Johannes Thingnes and Tarjei Boe of Norway as they vie for gold in the men's 4x7.5km relay.

9:30 pm- Curling (Women's Semifinal #1)

A women’s Curling semifinal (teams TBD).

USA Network:

N/A

CNBC:

5:00 pm- Curling (Women's Semifinal #2)

Curling (Women's Semifinal #2)

Saturday:

NBC3:

1:00 am- Bobsled, Speed Skating, Snowboarding, Alpine

In the Olympic debut of Alpine’s team event, nations compete in a bracket-style format featuring head-to-head slalom races (two men and two women per round). Snowboarding also introduces an exciting new event: men’s big air, with Canadian teammates Mark McMorris and Max Parrot among the contenders. In Speed Skating, the men’s 1000m features two-time Olympic champion Shani Davis and his U.S. teammate Joey Mantia taking on the dominant Dutch. Also: The four-man Bobsled event gets underway as Germany looks to confirm its favorite status (runs 1 and 2).

3:00 pm- Speed Skating, Cross-Country

Speed Skating coverage includes the Olympic debut of mass start racing, which differs from the traditional paired format. On the men’s side, Team USA’s Joey Mantia is the reigning world champion. The women’s field includes South Korean Kim Bo-Reum, who draws on her Short Track experience, plus German legend Claudia Pechstein and Team USA’s Heather Bergsma. Five miles longer than a marathon, the Cross-Country men’s 50km is one of the most grueling Winter Olympic events. Norwegian challengers looks to take down 2017 world champion Alex Harvey of Canada.

8:00 pm- Bobsled, Figure Skating Gala

Final runs of the four-man Bobsled event feature 23-year-old Codie Bascue, who has emerged as Team USA’s best four-man pilot following the unexpected death of three-time Olympic medalist Steven Holcomb. Germany, with two top sleds, and Latvia are the nations to beat. Figure Skating coverage includes the gala event.

11:35 pm- Primetime Plus Coverage

Details to come.

NBCSN:

12:00 am- Cross Country

Five miles longer than a marathon, the Cross-Country men’s 50km is one of the most grueling Winter Olympic events. Norwegian challengers looks to take down 2017 world champion Alex Harvey of Canada.

3:00 am- Curling (Men's Gold Medal Match)

The men’s Curling gold medal final (teams TBD).

6:30 am- Hockey (Men's Bronze Medal Game)

The men’s Hockey bronze medal game (teams TBD).

9:30 am- Speed Skating

Speed Skating coverage includes the Olympic debut of mass start racing, which differs from the traditional paired format. On the men’s side, Team USA’s Joey Mantia is the reigning world champion. The women’s field includes South Korean Kim Bo-Reum, who draws on her Short Track experience, plus German legend Claudia Pechstein and Team USA’s Heather Bergsma.

11:00 am- Curling (Women's Bronze Medal Match)

The women’s Curling bronze medal final (teams TBD).

2:00 pm- Hockey (Game of the Day Men's Bronze Medal Game)

Game of the Day (bronze medal game, teams TBD).

4:00 pm- Curling (Men's Gold Medal Match)

The men’s Curling gold medal final (teams TBD).

6:00 pm- Figure Skating: Olympic Ice

Liam McHugh, Tanith White and Scott Hamilton deliver in-depth coverage of all things Figure Skating.

7:05 pm- Curling (Women's Gold Medal Match)

The women’s Curling gold medal final (teams TBD).

10:30 pm-Hockey (Men's Gold Medal Game)

The men’s Hockey gold medal final (teams TBD). Canada has won the past two Olympic titles, while the U.S. remains without gold since the 1980 “Miracle on Ice” in Lake Placid.

USA Network:

N/A

CNBC

N/A

Channel guide:

NBC3:

  • Spectrum: Channel 3 in suburbs, 4 in Syracuse
  • Verizon Fios: Channel 3
  • DirecTV: Channel 3
  • Dish Network: Channel 3
  • Antenna: Channel 3.1

NBCSN:

  • Spectrum: Channel 55
  • Verizon Fios: Channel 90
  • DirecTV: Channel 220
  • Dish Network: Channel 159

USA Network:

  • Spectrum: Channel 31
  • Verizon Fios: Channel50
  • DirecTV: Channel 242
  • Dish Network: Channel 105

CNBC:

  • Spectrum: Channel 37
  • Verizon Fios: Channel 102
  • DirecTV: Channel 355
  • Dish Network: Channel 208
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