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Olympic Channel broadcast schedule

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The Olympic Channel: Home of Team USA brings you access to your favorite Olympic sports and athletes year-round, 24/7.

Check the Channel Finder to see how you can watch the Olympic Channel in your area.

It is also available to stream live on OlympicChannel.com, the Olympic Channel app, NBCSports.com and the NBC Sports app. Select replays and highlights will be available on those platforms and TeamUSA.org.

See below for the latest Olympic Channel: Home of Team USA broadcast schedule:

Day Program Time (ET)
Thursday Against All Odds – Bill Schuffenhauer: Silver Tale From Salt Lake City 06:00 AM
Thursday Gold Medal Entourage: Olympians Kevin Durant, Mia Hamm and Henrik Lundqvist 06:30 AM
Thursday FINA World Water Polo Championships: Australia vs. Greece – Women’s Preliminaries 07:00 AM
Thursday FINA World Synchronized Swimming Championships: Duet Free Final 08:00 AM
Thursday FINA World Diving Championships: Women’s 3m Springboard Semifinal 09:30 AM
Thursday Heroes of the Future: Skier Tom Crey & BMX rider Nicole Foronda 11:00 AM
Thursday Return to Rio: Michael Phelps 11:30 AM
Thursday FINA World Diving Championships: Men’s 3m Springboard Final 12:30 PM
Thursday Return to Rio: Women’s Road Cycling Road Race & Time Trial 02:00 PM
Thursday FIVB World Grand Prix Women’s Volleyball: USA vs. Netherlands 04:00 PM
Thursday FINA World Water Polo Championships: New Zealand vs. USA – Women’s Preliminaries 06:00 PM
Thursday FINA World Water Polo Championships: Netherlands vs. Hungary – Women’s Preliminaries 07:00 PM
Thursday FINA World Synchronized Swimming Championships: Duet Free Final 08:00 PM
Thursday FINA World Diving Championships: Men’s 3m Springboard Final 09:30 PM
Thursday World Para Track & Field Championships: Day 7 11:00 PM
Thursday FIVB World Grand Prix Women’s Volleyball: USA vs. Netherlands 12:00 AM
Thursday UCI Mountain Bike World Cup: Men’s & Women’s Cross-Country – Lenzerheide, SUI 02:00 AM
Thursday FINA World Swimming Championships – Open Water: Women’s 25km Final, Men’s 25km Final 02:30 AM
Friday FINA World Swimming Championships – Open Water: Women’s 25km Final, Men’s 25km Final 06:00 AM
Friday FINA World Synchronized Swimming Championships: Team Free Final 09:00 AM
Friday UCI Mountain Bike World Cup: Men’s & Women’s Downhill – Lenzerheide, SUI 10:30 AM
Friday FINA World Diving Championships: Men’s 10m Platform Semifinal 11:00 AM
Friday FINA World Diving Championships: Women’s 3m Springboard Final 12:30 PM
Friday FINA World Water Polo Championships: Serbia vs. Greece – Men’s Preliminaries 02:00 PM
Friday FINA World Water Polo Championships: USA vs. Russia – Men’s Preliminaries 03:00 PM
Friday FIVB World Grand Prix Women’s Volleyball: USA vs. Belgium – From Cuiaba, Brazil 04:00 PM
Friday FINA World Synchronized Swimming Championships: Team Free Final 06:00 PM
Friday FINA World Diving Championships: Men’s 10m Platform Semifinal 07:30 PM
Friday FINA World Diving Championships: Women’s 3m Springboard Final 09:00 PM
Friday FIE World Fencing Championships: Day 1 10:30 PM
Friday World Para Track & Field Championships: Day 8 11:00 PM
Friday FIVB World Grand Prix Women’s Volleyball: Brazil vs. Netherlands 12:00 AM
Friday FIVB World Grand Prix Women’s Volleyball: Serbia vs. Russia 02:00 AM
Friday Against All Odds – Bill Schuffenhauer: Silver Tale From Salt Lake City 04:00 AM
Friday Gold Medal Entourage: Olympians Kevin Durant, Mia Hamm and Henrik Lundqvist 04:30 AM
Friday FINA World Synchronized Swimming Championships: Free Combination Final 05:00 AM
Saturday FINA World Synchronized Swimming Championships: Free Combination Final 06:00 AM
Saturday Heroes of the Future: Synchronized Swimmer Giorgina Viladot & Hockey Player Oliver Wahlstrom 06:30 AM
Saturday Return to London: Men’s Diving 07:00 AM
Saturday FINA World Diving Championships: Mixed Synchronized Springboard Final 08:00 AM
Saturday World Games: Day 1 09:30 AM
Saturday Gold Medal Entourage: Olympians Kayla Harrison, Marti Malloy, Toni-Ann Williams and Mark McMorris 10:30 AM
Saturday FINA World Diving Championships: Men’s 10m Platform Final 11:00 AM
Saturday Olympic Channel: Home of Team USA Launch Special 12:30 PM
Saturday FINA World Synchronized Swimming Championships: Mixed Duet Free Final 01:00 PM
Saturday Flame Catchers: London 2012 02:30 PM
Saturday FIVB World Grand Prix Women’s Volleyball: Japan vs. Serbia 03:00 PM
Saturday FIVB World Grand Prix Women’s Volleyball: China vs. Russia 05:00 PM
Saturday FIE World Fencing Championships: Day 2 07:00 PM
Saturday FINA World Diving Championships: Mixed Synchronized Springboard Final 08:00 PM
Saturday FINA World Diving Championships: Men’s 10m Platform Final 09:30 PM
Saturday World Para Track & Field Championships: Day 9 11:00 PM
Saturday FINA World Water Polo Championships: Women’s Crossover Match #1 12:00 AM
Saturday FINA World Water Polo Championships: Women’s Crossover Match #2 01:00 AM
Saturday World Para Track & Field Championships: Day 9 02:00 AM
Saturday Flame Catchers: London 2012 03:00 AM
Saturday FINA World Swimming Championships: Day 1 – Heats 03:30 AM
Sunday FINA World Swimming Championships: Day 1 – Heats 06:00 AM
Sunday Gold Medal Entourage: Olympians Jaime Espinal, Miles Chamley-Watson and Devin Logan 07:30 AM
Sunday World Games: Day 2 08:00 AM
Sunday FIVB World Grand Prix Women’s Volleyball: USA vs. Brazil 09:00 AM
Sunday Gold Medal Entourage: Olympians Fabian Gomez, Mohamed Lahna and Alex & Maia Shibutani 11:00 AM
Sunday FINA World Swimming Championships: Day 1 – Semifinals & Finals 11:30 AM
Sunday Return to Rio: Men’s Swimming 01:30 PM
Sunday Heroes of the Future: Synchronized Swimmer Giorgina Viladot & Hockey Player Oliver Wahlstrom 03:30 PM
Sunday FINA World Water Polo Championships: Men’s Crossover Match #2 04:00 PM
Sunday FIVB World Grand Prix Women’s Volleyball: USA vs. Brazil 05:00 PM
Sunday FIE World Fencing Championships: Day 3 07:00 PM
Sunday FINA World Swimming Championships: Day 1 – Semifinals & Finals 08:00 PM
Sunday World Para Track & Field Championships: Day 10 10:00 PM
Sunday FINA World Water Polo Championships: Men’s Crossover Match #1 11:00 PM

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What is the Alpine skiing team event?

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The Alpine skiing team event will make its Olympic debut in PyeongChang

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Friday, Feb. 23, 9:00 p.m. ET
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Olympic skiing has always been an individual sport. Simply, the fastest skier down the mountain wins the gold medal.

But the world’s best skiers will have to rely on their teammates for the first time in the team event, which is making its Olympic debut in PyeongChang.

The team event will feature 16 teams, or nations, of four athletes (two men and two women). The 16 teams will be arranged in a bracket-style, single-elimination format. Think NCAA March Madness.

A skier from each of the two competing nations will race down the course in a series of head-to-head slalom races. The winner will earn a point for his or her team. The team with the most points after four heats will advance. If the teams have the same number of points, the winner will be the nation with the lower combined time of its fastest male and female competitor.

Teams are allowed to have a maximum of two reserves.

France won the team event at the 2017 World Championships. The U.S., competing without Mikaela Shiffrin, was knocked out in the first round by Canada.

“It’s a really fun event,” said American AJ Ginnis. “The atmosphere—the fact that you get to race with girls and guys and it’s a team effort is really cool.”

Men’s snowboard big air preview

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Now that Anna Gasser of Austria has successfully captured the first-ever Olympic gold medal in women’s snowboard big air, it’s almost time to crown the first-ever Olympic champion on the men’s side.

Big air snowboarding has progressed tremendously in recent years, and there’s been a lot of build-up to these Olympics, so expect heavy tricks to come out quickly in the final.

Or as Mark McMorris put it: “There’s probably [going to be] some mind-boggling s—.”

Every time there’s a big air event, there’s always talk about “quads” — a type of trick that features four inverted flips. It’s such a progressive trick that only two riders have landed a quad in competition, only a few others have done it in training, and many are hesitant to even try.

Read the full preview at NBCOlympics.com