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2014 Winter Olympics: Tonight’s NBC Lineup, Thursday February 20 

2014 Sochi Winter Olympics

What a thrilling opening act in the Women’s Figure Skating Short Program last night! All three Americans are still in medal contention, including reigning national champion, Gracie Gold. Check out a recap of the event from 1992 gold medalist, Kristi Yamaguchi here. The ladies compete again tonight in the Free Skate portion of the event, where one will finally win gold!

Later on, both men and women take to the slopes in Freestyle Ski competitions, where the men contend in the Ski Cross final and the women in the Halfpipe final.

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

  • Ladies’ Figure Skating – Gold Medal Final
  • Women’s Freestyle Skiing – Halfpipe Gold Medal Final
  • Men’s Freestyle Skiing – Ski Cross Gold Medal Final

The Scoop

Ladies’ Figure Skating

  • Gold Medal Final: Gracie Gold, the 18-year-old reigning national champion with the winning name, currently sits in fourth place after the short program, while teammates Ashley Wagner andPolina Edmunds are in sixth and seventh, respectively. Reigning Olympic champion Yuna Kim of South Korea currently leads the field heading into the final night, while Russia’s 15-year-old star Yulia Lipnitskayais in fifth. Gold, Wagner, Kim and Lipnitskaya are the among the skaters in the night’s final group of six.

Women’s Freestyle Skiing

  • Halfpipe Gold Medal Final: The U.S. has a deep team of contenders, led by 20-year-old Maddie Bowman. The Canadians have an impressive lineup as well, featuring2011 world championRosalind Groenewoud.

Men’s Freestyle Skiing

  •  Ski Cross Gold Medal Final: 2013 world bronze medalist John Teller, an auto mechanic from Mammoth Lakes, California, has developed into a contender in this wild, unpredictable event.

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