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WATCH LIVE: Olympics Day 6 table tennis, field hockey, judo, equestrian

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Singles medals are on the line in men’s table tennis on Thursday, while Team USA women’s field hockey will look to keep up its impressive run.

The American women have India at 6:30 p.m. EDT, one of the marquee match-ups of a busy day in the sport (and the Rio Olympics).

Elsewhere, 26-year-old Ohio judoka Kayla Harrison will begin her quest to repeat gold in the 78kg judo.


Table tennis: Day 6 — 9 a.m. EDT


Field hockey: Day 6 — 9 a.m. EDT

USA vs. India — 6:30 p.m. EDT


Judo: Day 6 — 9 a.m. EDT


Equestrian: Day 6 — 9 a.m. EDT

Winter Olympics: What to watch/stream

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After two and a half weeks of brilliant sport, the 2018 PyeongChang Olympics will officially close. How to watch the Closing Ceremony

The Winter Olympics have born witness to some truly remarkable events, from Ester Ledecka winning two gold medals in two different sports to Team USA’s improbable curling run.

Jessie Diggins, who won the U.S.’s first cross-country Olympic gold with teammate Kikkan Randall, will be the flag bearer for the United States.

Join Terry Gannon, Tara Lipinski, and Johnny Weir as they host the Closing Ceremony on TV and online at primetime.

Stream Here 8:00p.m. EST / 5:00p.m. PST

All of the figure skating firsts from PyeongChang 2018

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History was made in PyeongChang in all sorts of ways, but the U.S. figure skaters put their name in the books at these Winter Games.

Here’s a look at all the ways figure skaters from Team USA pushed the sport forward in 2018.

Nathan Chen is the first skater to hit five clean quads in a free skate at the Olympics

Nathan Chen was disappointed in his short program, where he took a few unexpected tumbles. With medal contention seeming out of the picture, Chen was able to freely skate without pressure.

Despite missing his first quad attempt, Chen nailed the subsequent five to move all the way up to fifth place.

Mirai Nagasu is the first U.S. woman to do a triple Axel at the Olympics

It was this moment that really put the Americans in medal contention for the team event. A move rarely done by any competitors at all, Nagasu laid it all on the line and perfectly executed her triple Axel.

Watch all the figure skating firsts by clicking here