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2014 Winter Olympics: Tonight’s NBC Lineup, Saturday February 22 

2014 Sochi Winter Olympics

The 2014 Winter Olympics are almost over. Before we get to tonight’s primetime action, check out the current medal count as well as the Team USA page over at  

The Primetime Lineup for the 2014 Winter Olympics from Sochi, Russia. It’s airing on NBC tonight from 8pm – 11:05pm ET/PT.

  • Men’s Alpine Skiing – Slalom Gold Medal Final
  • Four-Man Bobsled – Competition
  • Figure Skating – Gala
  • Men’s Snowboarding – Parallel Slalom Gold Medal Final
  • Men’s Speed Skating – Team Pursuit Gold Medal Final
  • Women’s Speed Skating – Team Pursuit Gold Medal Final

The Scoop

Men’s Alpine Skiing

  •  Slalom Gold Medal Final: After collecting gold in the giant slalom,Torino combined gold medalist Ted Ligety will lead the American effort in this event.

Four-Man Bobsled

  • Competition: Reigning Olympic champion Steven Holcomb is back with two new crew members and the latest iteration of the Night Train sled he piloted to victory in Vancouver. The Park City pilot will have to overcome the host nation’s sentimental favorite, 39-year-old Russian Aleksandr Zubkov, whose Olympic career began as a luger in Nagano and includes two medals – but no gold – in bobsled.

Figure Skating – Gala

  • The top skaters from the Sochi Games return to the ice for special exhibition performances.

Men’s Snowboarding

  •  Parallel Giant Slalom Gold Medal Final: Steamboat Springs, Colorado’s Justin Reiter, who briefly retired after narrowly missing making the 2006 and 2010 Olympic teams, is looking to repeat his medal performance from the 2013 World Championships, where he took silver.

Men’s and Women’s Speed Skating

  • Team Pursuits Gold Medal finals: The fastest men and women on skates come together for speed skating’s team pursuits. The U.S. men look to return to the podium after winning silver in Vancouver, while the women try to win their first Olympic medal in this event.

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