2014 Olympics: Event schedule for Wednesday

Martin Rose

It will be a busy day in Sochi on Wednesday with men's hockey and women's ice skating headlining the action.

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Although there will be eight Olympic gold medals up for grabs on Wednesday, it will be the non-medal events garnering most of the attention. Men's hockey once again takes center stage with the quarterfinal round. Women's figure skating will also be a big draw with the skaters scheduled to complete their short programs.

There will be four hockey games of note, beginning with Sweden facing off against Slovenia at 3 a.m. ET. That game will serve as an appetizer for the rest of the action which will continue with Russia facing Finland and Canada squaring off with Latvia. The men's hockey concludes for the day with the United States back in action for a quarterfinal matchup with the Czech Republic. Team USA has been impressive thus far and would advance to a semifinal matchup against either Canada or Latvia with a win. The game against the Czechs is scheduled to begin at noon.

American figure skater Ashley Wagner will return to the ice when she skates in the women's short program. Wagner earned a bronze medal in the team event earlier in the Olympics, drawing Internet fame for her reaction to judges' scores.

Here is the complete schedule for the events on Wednesday. All times listed are Eastern with medal events marked in italics.

Alpine skiing

2 a.m. - Men's giant slalom run 1

5:30 a.m. - Men's giant slalom run 2

Biathlon

9:30 a.m. - 2 x 6km women + 2 x 7.5km men mixed relay

Bobsled

11:15 a.m. - Women's heat 3

12:25 p.m. - Women's heat 4

Cross country

4:15 a.m. - Women's team sprint classic semifinals

5:05 a.m. - Men's team sprint classic semifinals

6:45 a.m. - Women's team sprint classic final

7:15 a.m. - Men's team sprint classic final

Curling

5 a.m. - Women's semifinal: Great Britain vs. Canada

5 a.m. - Women's semifinal: Sweden vs. Switzerland

10 a.m. - Men's semifinal: Sweden vs. Great Britain

10 a.m. - Men's semifinal: Canada vs. China

Figure skating

10 a.m. - Women's short program

Ice hockey

3 a.m. - Men's quarterfinal: Sweden vs. Slovenia

7:30 a.m. - Men's quarterfinal: Finland vs. Russia

Noon - Men's quarterfinal: Canada vs. Latvia

Noon - Men's quarterfinal: United States vs. Czech Republic

Snowboard

12:15 a.m. - Women's parallel giant slalom qualification

12:42 a.m. - Men's parallel giant slalom qualification

4 a.m. - Women's parallel giant slalom 1/8 finals

4:12 a.m. - Men's parallel giant slalom 1/8 finals

4:48 a.m. - Women's parallel giant slalom quarterfinals

4:54 a.m. - Men's parallel giant slalom quarterfinals

5:15 a.m. - Women's parallel giant slalom semifinals

5:18 a.m. - Men's parallel giant slalom semifinals

5:31 a.m. - Women's parallel giant slalom finals

5:35 a.m. - Men's parallel giant slalom finals

Speed skating

8:30 a.m. - Women's 5000m

More on the Winter Olympics:

SB Nation's Winter Olympics medal tracker | Meet Team USA

Godfrey: The high anxiety of the Canadian hockey fan

Spencer Hall: You'll never be a secret Scaninavian

Norway loses in curling, and the pants are gone

Hockey: Men’s schedule | All 12 men’s rosters | USA roster analysis

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