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.
1. Alpine Skiing — Women's Giant Slalom
Tina Maze of Slovenia is the headliner in this event and will go for her second gold of these Games. Mikaela Shiffrin represents America's best medal hope.
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2. Freestyle Skiing — Men's Halfpipe
You would expect the U.S. to dominate the X-Games events in Sochi, and the Americans are on their way to doing just that. David Wise of the U.S. skis for gold in the halfpipe.
3. Short Track Speed Skating — Women's Relay
Elbows and bodies are likely to fly in this delightfully chaotic event, as South Korea and Canada battle for gold.
4. Women's Bobsled
Lolo Jones makes her highly anticipated Winter Olympics debut, but she's far from the only story on the bobsled track. In fact, the American duo of pilot Elana Meyers and brakeman Lauryn Williams are the headliners and their nation's best hope for gold.