Watch full-event replays from Day 4 of Sochi Olympics

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Eight events awarded medals on Tuesday, including the men’s snowboarding halfpipe, women’s slopestyle skiing and women’s luge singles.

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 are available now. DVR controls vary until the event airs in prime time.

Biathlon, women’s 10km pursuit

Cross country skiing, men’s and women’s individual sprint, Session 1  |  Session 2

Curling

Women’s prelims (sheet A) Switzerland vs. Denmark
Women’s prelims (sheet B) Canada vs. Sweden
Women’s prelims (sheet C) Russia vs. United States
Women’s prelims (sheet D) Korea vs. Japan
Men’s prelims (sheet A) Canada vs. Sweden
Men’s prelims (sheet B) United States vs. China
Men’s prelims (sheet C) Great Britain vs. Germany
Men’s prelims (sheet D) Norway vs. Russia
Women’s prelims (sheet A) Great Britain vs. United States
Women’s prelims (sheet B) Korea vs. Switzerland
Women’s prelims (sheet C) Denmark vs. Japan
Women’s prelims (sheet D) China vs. Russia

Figure skating, pairs short program

Freestyle skiing, women’s slopestyle qualifying  |  Finals

Hockey

Luge, women’s singles, runs 3 & 4

Ski jumping, women’s individual 95m hill trial jump  |  Final

Snowboarding, men’s halfpipe qualifying  |  Semis  Finals

Speedskating, women’s 5000m

Also, don’t forget to tune in to NBC tonight for the prime time show. Check your local listings here.

WATCH LIVE: London Marathon

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Watch the world’s best distance runners chase world records at the London Marathon, live on NBCSN and commercial free on the NBC Sports Gold “Track and Field Pass” for subscribers on Sunday at 3:30 a.m. ET.

NBCSN coverage also streams on NBCSports.com/live and the NBC Sports app for subscribers.

WATCH LIVE: London Marathon
NBCSN coverage — STREAM LINK
NBC Sports Gold commercial free — STREAM LINK

Sunday’s race start times (ET)
3:55 – Elite Wheelchair Races
4:00 – World Para Athletics Marathon World Cup ambulant races
4:15 – Elite Women’s Race
5:00 – Elite Men’s Race, Mass Race

The men’s field features arguably the two greatest distance runners of all time — Kenyan Eliud Kipchoge and Ethiopian Kenenisa Bekele.

Kipchoge, the Rio Olympic marathon champ, ran the fastest marathon ever recorded — 2:00:25 in Nike’s sub-two-hour attempt last May in non-record-eligible conditions.

Bekele is the second-fastest marathoner in history under legal conditions, having run six seconds shy of Kenyan Dennis Kimetto‘s world record of 2:02:57 from 2014.

In the women’s race, Kenyan Mary Keitany, already the world-record holder in a women’s-only race, looks to take down Brit Paula Radcliffe‘s world record with male pacers set in London 15 years ago. That time is 2:15:25.

Keitany is challenged by Ethiopian Tirunesh Dibaba, the third-fastest female marathoner in history behind Keitany and Radcliffe.

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Teddy Riner, dominant judoka, to skip 2018, 2019 Worlds

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French judoka Teddy Riner, arguably the world’s most dominant athlete, will reportedly skip the next two world championships before the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

French coach Franck Chambily said Riner will compete a light international schedule the next two years ahead of what would be his fourth Olympics, according to Agence France-Presse.

Riner, a 29-year-old, 6-foot-8-inch native of Guadeloupe, is undefeated since 2010 with a reported 144-match winning streak. That includes Olympic titles in 2012 and 2016 and world titles in 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2017.

Before the streak, Riner also earned world titles in 2007, 2009 and 2010, plus an Olympic bronze at age 19 in 2008.

He could compete through the 2024 Paris Games.

“When I am invincible, I will stop,” Riner said in 2013, according to The Associated Press.

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