Olympics

2014 Sochi Olympics: What to Watch Feb. 21

Tonight's Can't Miss Coverage from Sochi

Today's Highlights

NBC

8-11:30 p.m. Eastern

You spent your work day watching live U.S.-Canada hockey; now relax with some tape-delayed action from the slopes and the short track. Spoiler alert: People who love 'Murica will want to tune in.

 

2014 Sochi Olympics: What to Watch Feb. 20

Tonight's Can't Miss Coverage from Sochi

Today's Highlights

NBC

8-11:30 p.m. Eastern

Tonight's main event is also considered by many to be the main event of any Winter Games: the Women's Figure Skating free skate. Medals will be awarded, and stars will be born.

 

2014 Sochi Olympics: What to Watch Feb. 19

Tonight's Can't Miss Coverage from Sochi

Today's Highlights

NBC

8-11:30 p.m. Eastern

There's a good chance you watched the hockey live, as productivity across the nation plummeted around lunchtime. But here are some other events you'll enjoy tonight on tape delay.

 

Top 10 Ladies Figure Skating Gold Medal Contenders

Examining the best ladies figure skaters at the Sochi Olympics
The top 10 ladies figure skaters at the Sochi Olympics.

The main event of the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics, ladies figure skating, is upon us. The sport’s top 30 diminutive divas will soon be toe-looping, lutzing, Salchow-ing and spinning at the Iceberg Skating Palace. Short programs will be performed Wednesday, Feb. 19, with the top 24 skaters advancing to the free skate on Thursday, Feb. 20. All eyes will be on these 10 world-renowned skaters, ranked here by their betting odds from gambling website Bovada.com.

2014 Sochi Olympics: What to Watch Feb. 18

Tonight's Can't Miss Coverage from Sochi

Today's Highlights

NBC

8-11:30 p.m. Eastern

The fog-induced delays are over, and Sochi's back in business, with a number of entertaining and action-packed events on tonight's ledger.

 

Craziest Moments from the Sochi Olympics (So Far)

The 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics have been as wild as expected
The 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics have been as wild as expected

Prior to the Sochi Winter Olympics there were plenty of concerns swirling around the Games of the XXII Olympiad. Whether it was melting snow, stray dogs, dirty water, government spying or a shirtless president on horseback, paranoia ran rampant. Would Vladimir Putin and Co. be able to competently host 2,850 Olympians from 88 countries, plus fans and media?

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