Eight events awarded medals on Wednesday, including women’s figure skating, men’s hockey and 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.
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All are available now. DVR controls vary until the event airs in prime time on the West Coast.
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Alpine skiing: Men’s giant slalom run 1 | Run 2
Biathlon: Mixed relay
Bobsled: Women’s two-man runs 3-4
Cross country: Men’s and women’s team sprint session 1 | Session 2
Figure skating: Ladies’ short program
Medal Ceremony from Day 12
Snowboarding: Men’s and women’s parallel giant slalom qualifying | Final
Speed skating: Women’s 5000m
Also, don’t forget to tune in to NBC tonight for the prime time show. Check your local listings here.
MORE FULL EVENT REPLAYS:
Day 1 — Saturday, Feb. 8
Day 2 — Sunday, Feb. 9
Day 3 — Monday, Feb. 10
Day 4 — Tuesday, Feb. 11
Day 5 — Wednesday, Feb. 12
Day 6 — Thursday, Feb. 13
DAY 7 — Friday, Feb. 14
DAY 8 — Saturday, Feb. 15
DAY 9 — Sunday, Feb. 16
DAY 10 — Monday, Feb. 17
DAY 11 — Tuesday, Feb. 18
GANGNEUNG, South Korea (AP) — Bjorn Krupp’s journey started at the Duluth IceForum in suburban Atlanta.
Brooks Macek piled up the points in Bantam hockey in Winnipeg, Manitoba, for the Notre Dame Hounds.
Men’s Gold Medal Final: OAR vs. CZE, Stream LIVE HERE 11:10p.m. EST / 8:10p.m. PST
Now they’re in the Olympic gold-medal game for Germany, having advanced further than the teams from their home countries. The U.S.-born Krupp and Canadian-born Macek have German fathers and now call Germany home with no apologies for beating or scoring against the countries of their birth.
When Macek scored a go-ahead power-play goal in what turned out to be a remarkable upset semifinal win against Canada, he pumped his fist and never felt conflicted about beating a team with the Maple Leafs on its jerseys.
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GANGNEUNG, South Korea (AP) — They forged bonds from Riga to Cologne and in Moscow and St. Petersburg.
It’s all led Germany and the Russians to a David versus Goliath Olympic gold-medal game Sunday. Even though the Russians were favorites all along and expected to win gold in a tournament without NHL stars and Germany was a longshot to even reach the semifinals after not qualifying in Sochi, these two teams are more similar than they are different.
NBCOlympics.com: OAR to face surprising Germany in final
Their familiarity and continuity is the biggest reason they’re facing off in the final.
Germany’s core group has been together through the Olympic qualification tournament and world championships and has played the same system for the past three years under coach Marco Sturm. The Russians’ 25-man roster is made up of 15 players from SKA St. Petersburg and eight from CSKA Moscow, the two best teams in the Kontinental Hockey League.
“That’s a big key to our success,” Germany defenseman Christian Ehrhoff said Saturday. “We were very familiar with each other. … (The Russians also) should be really familiar because almost everybody plays on the same teams in Russia.”
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