Five events awarded medals on Monday, including women’s super combined and men’s moguls, not to mention all the events that kicked off for the first time these Games, such as curling.
But if you didn’t watch the live streams, don’t worry. You can watch the full-event replays here or via the links below.
(Quick note: You also can find replays in the Live Extra app. Click the menu icon in the app.)
All will be available now. DVR controls vary until the event airs in prime time.
Biathlon, men’s 12.5km pursuit
- Men’s prelims, Russia vs. Great Britain
- Men’s prelims, Switzerland vs. Sweden
- Men’s prelims, Denmark vs. China
- Men’s prelims, Germany vs. Canada
- Women’s prelims (sheet A), China vs. Canada
- Women’s prelims (sheet B), Switzerland vs. U.S.
- Women’s prelims (sheet C), Sweden vs. Great Britain
- Women’s prelims (sheet D), Russia vs. Denmark
- Men’s prelims (sheet A), U.S. vs. Norway
- Men’s prelims (sheet B), Denmark vs. Russia
- Men’s prelims (sheet C), Canada vs. Switzerland
- Men’s prelims (sheet D), Sweden vs. Great Britain
Freestyle skiing, men’s moguls qualifying | final
Luge, women’s singles, runs 1-2
Ski jumping, women’s individual 95m hill training
Short track, men’s 1500m, women’s 500m, 3000m replay
Speed skating, men’s 500
Also, don’t forget to tune in to NBC tonight for the prime time show. Check your local listings here.
PARIS (AP) — The sport of boules has launched a bid to be included in the 2024 Olympics.
The Bowls Sports World Confederation, which is recognized by the International Olympic Committee, is campaigning on behalf of three disciplines: the French petanque, the Boule Lyonnaise and the Raffa, a version of the game popular in Italy.
According to the international world games association, about 20 million people regularly play boules in France and Italy, and more than 2 million players are licensed in 150 other countries.
Under new IOC rules, Olympic host cities can propose the addition of one or more sports to their games. Paris and Rome are among the five cities bidding for the 2024 Games, along with Los Angeles, Budapest and Hamburg.
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South Korean Olympic gymnast Shin Soo-ji made a triumphant return to the mound over the weekend and outdid her acrobatic 2013 first pitch.
Shin, who finished 12th in rhythmic gymnastics at Beijing 2008, added another gymnastics move to her wind-up before tossing a little bit high.
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