2014 Sochi Olympics: What to Watch Feb. 12

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Tonight's Can't Miss Coverage from Sochi

Today's Highlights

NBC

8-11:30 p.m. Eastern

Eye Watch 2014 rages on: Bob Costas is sidelined again by pinkeye, and he's being Wally Pipp'ed for a second night by Matt Lauer, who has his own facial weirdness happening with a scraggly beard. Normal spoiler alert: By tonight, all of this will have already happened, so if you want to go in fresh, avoid the usual sports sites today.

 

1. Alpine Skiing — Women's Downhill
You'll want to watch this event, as history has been made today in Sochi. Mild spoiler alert: That history does not involve top American Julia Mancuso.

 

2. Speed Skating — Men's 1000m

American Shani Davis, a heavy favorite, tries to make Olympic history with his third consecutive gold medal in this event. Stefan Groothuis of the Netherlands stands in his way.

 

3. Snowboarding — Women's Halfpipe

American Kelly Clark is the headliner here, as she tries to win a third career medal in her fourth Olympic Games. She's joined in a strong field by Australia’s Torah Bright and U.S. contenders Hannah Teter, Arielle Gold and Kaitlyn Farrington.

 

4. Figure Skating — Pairs Free Skate

Medals are on the line as the pairs take the ice in the Iceberg Skating Palace.

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