8-11:30 p.m. Eastern
A little history will be made on NBC's Valentine's Day Olympic broadcast, as Meredith Vieira becomes the first woman to anchor Olympic coverage while Bob Costas continues to battle a stubborn eye infection.
1. Alpine Skiing — Men's Super Combined
One ominous note for U.S. fans: American medal favorite Bode Miller has expressed concern over the course in Sochi, saying: "If by the luck of the draw you draw (bib number) 5, you're running 45 minutes to an hour before somebody who's ranked two points behind you who draws 29. In these conditions, the course really changes a lot in an hour."
2. Freestyle Skiing — Women's Aerials
Ashley Caldwell, a 20-year-old from Virginia, is the top American medal hope in an X-Games-style event that produces maximum air and maximum thrills.
3. Women's Skeleton
The Women's Skeleton wraps up today with American Noelle Pikus-Pace in prime medal position.
4. Figure Skating — Men's Free Skate
American Jeremy Abbott's dramatic fall eliminated him from contention, and Russian legend Evegeni Plushenko withdrew, but high drama will still reign at the Men's Free Skate. Japan's Yuzuru Hanyu set a scoring record in the short program and will try to hold off Canada's Patrick Chan for gold.