Winter Olympics 2014 snowboarding schedule: USA looks for gold in men's cross finals

Mike Ehrmann

After finishing fourth in 2010, Nate Holland will look to bring home a medal for Team USA. He will be joined on the slopes by Alex Deibold, Nick Baumgartner and Trevor Jacob.

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Team USA will look to medal in the men's cross snowboarding finals on Monday. With the first runs set for 2 a.m. ET and the final run not until 5:12 a.m., it will be a long day on the slopes.

There are four American participants. Alex Deibold will go first in seeding, followed by Nate Holland, Nick Baumgartner and Trevor Jacob. Holland and Baumgartner return after finishing 4th and 20th, respectively, in the Vancouver Olympics. With some experience on their side, they will look to bring home another medal for the United States. Seth Wescott won gold for the USA in 2010.

Perhaps the favorite to win gold on Monday will be Tony Ramoin of France. He won the bronze medal in Vancouver as a 21-year-old up-and-comer and now has his eyes set on gold in Sochi.

Those wanting to watch the jumps live can catch all of the action on NBC will also televise the final jumps in primetime on Monday night via tape-delay.

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