Sochi Olympics 2014: Event schedule for Sunday

Doug Pensinger

The full schedule for Sunday's events at the Winter Games, including the return of Bode Miller to the slopes.

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The schedule for Sunday in Sochi kicks off with curling (CURLING, CURLING!) with both the American men and women competing in round-robin play throughout the afternoon, followed by the return to action of Team USA alpine skiers Bode Miller and Ted Ligety in the Super-G, the debut of bobsled with the start off two-man, and perhaps highlighted by more ice hockey.

Figure skating also continues with the pairs short program. The full schedule is below. All times are ET. Medal events are in italics and marked with an asterisk.


12 a.m.: Men's Round Robin, Session 10

  • USA-Canada, Sweden-Russia, Great Britain-Norway

5 a.m.: Women's Round Robin, Session 10

  • USA-Canada, Sweden-Russia, Denmark-Korea, Japan-Switzerland

10 a.m.: Men's Round Robin, Session 11

  • China-Canada, USA-Sweden, Norway-Switzerland, Germany-Denmark
Alpine skiing

1 a.m.: Men's Super-G


2 a.m.: Women's Snowboard cross, Qualification
4:15 a.m.: Women's Snowboard cross, Quarterfinals
4:30 a.m.: Women's Snowboard cross, Semifinals
4:40 p.m.: Women's Snowboard cross, Finals*

Women's Ice Hockey

3 a.m.: Finland vs. Germany
Noon.: Russia vs. Japan

Men's Ice Hockey

3 a.m.: Austria-Norway
7:30 a.m.: Russia-Slovakia
7:30 a.m.: USA-Slovenia
Noon: Finland-Canada

Cross-country skiing

5 a.m.: Men's Relay 4x10km

Speed skating

9 a.m.: Women's 1500m


10 a.m.: Men's 15km Mass Start

Figure skating

10 a.m.: Ice Dance, Short Program


11:15 a.m.: Two-man, Heat 1
11:50 a.m.: Two-man, Heat 2

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