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2014 Winter Olympics: Tonight’s NBC Lineup, Saturday February 15 


2014 Sochi Winter Olympics

The Primetime Lineup for the 2014 Winter Olympics from Sochi, Russia. It’s airing on NBC tonight from 8pm – 11:30pm ET/PT.

  • Women’s Alpine Skiing – Super-G Gold Medal Final
  • Men’s Short Track – 1000m Gold Medal Final
  • Men’s Speed Skating – 1500m Gold Medal Final
  • Men’s Ski Jumping – Individual K-125 Large Hill Gold Medal Final

The Scoop

Women’s Alpine Skiing

  • The Super-G Gold Medal Final: Julia Mancuso will be looking to add an Olympic medal to the three world championships medals she already has in this event. Slovenian star Tina Maze and Swiss sensation Lara Gut should also be contenders.

Men’s Short Track

  • The 1000m Gold Medal Final: This is arguably the best event for top American J.R. Celski, who rebounded from suffering a seven-inch gash in his leg at the Vancouver Olympic Trials to win two bronze medals at those Games. Celski will be challenged by Canadian star Charles Hamelin and 28-year-old Viktor Ahn, who skates for Russia eight years after winning three gold medals in Torino for his native South Korea as Ahn Hyun-Soo.

Men’s Speed Skating

  • The 1500m Gold Medal Final: Two-time 1500m silver medalist Shani Davis will be looking for his first title in his favorite distance, also known as the Race of Kings. Watch as the 31-year-old from Chicago goes for the crown.

Men’s Ski Jumping

  •  The Individual K-125 Large Hill Gold Medal Final: Current World Cup leader Kamil Stoch won the normal hill event Sunday, becoming the first Polish ski jumper to win gold in 42 years. Stoch looks for his second gold medal in the K-125, where he is the reigning world champion. The last man to sweep the individual medals could be a threat as well, as Switzerland’s Simon Ammann tries to recapture the magic he demonstrated at the 2002 and 2010 Winter Games.

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