Watch full-event replays from Day 12 of the Sochi Olympics

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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.

(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 on the West Coast.

CLICK HERE FOR FULL REPLAYS OF EVERY SOCHI EVENT

WATCH LIVE GOLD ZONE COVERAGE FROM 7 a.m. ET to 3 p.m. ET

WATCH LIVE NBCSN COVERAGE FROM 3 a.m. ET to 3 p.m. ET

EVENTS

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

Curling

Figure skating: Ladies’ short program

Hockey

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:

Opening Ceremony

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

Sprinter celebrates world title like Incredible Hulk (video)

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Australian Evan O’Hanlon‘s jersey couldn’t contain his excitement after learning he won an IPC world 100m title in London on Friday.

O’Hanlon and China’s Hu Jianwen crossed the finish line in a dead heat, both in 11.07 seconds. It took about 30 seconds for the scoreboard to turn up the first name, at the 2-hour, 8-minute, 40-second mark in the above video.

When it was the five-time Paralympic champion O’Hanlon, the Australian reacted by ripping his jersey apart like the Incredible Hulk.

After Hu appeared to walk off the track, the scoreboard updated to show they were co-gold medalists.

A short while later, O’Hanlon was reinstated as the sole winner, with Hu taking silver.

Afterwards, O’Hanlon tweeted, “If anyone needs me I’ll be at the pub…”

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Mack Horton rekindles Sun Yang criticism before worlds

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BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — Australian swimming gold medalist Mack Horton isn’t backing down from his criticism of Chinese star Sun Yang.

After the team from Down Under arrived in Budapest for the world championships, Horton was asked whether he was looking forward to renewing his rivalry with Sun.

The reply: “I don’t know if it’s a rivalry. I think it’s a rivalry between clean athletes and athletes who’ve tested positive.”

Horton’s comments are sure to rekindle the bitter feelings between two of the world’s top swimmers. Last summer, the Aussie said he had “no time or respect for drug cheats,” a reference to Sun’s three-month doping ban in 2014.

Horton went on to beat Sun in the 400m freestyle final.

Now, they’ll face each other again at Duna Arena. The swimming competition begins on Sunday.

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