After two weeks of thrilling highs and lows, the 2014 Sochi Olympic Games come to a close on Sunday. But, before we extinguish the torch, we still have a handful of medal events on the schedule.
Cross-country skiing reaches its conclusion with the men's mass start at 2 a.m ET. Following that, the men's bobsled teams will have their final two runs. The Russians lead by 0.04 seconds after the first two runs, putting them in good position to add one more medal to the host nation's total. Latvia and Germany are in second and third place, respectively, while the United States is in fourth place.
The final event of the Olympics is the men's ice hockey gold medal game. Canada is the heavy favorite to defend its Vancouver gold after a 1-0 win over Team USA in the semifinals. The Swedes got this far by taking care of Finland in the semifinals.
Here's the complete schedule for the final day (all times ET).
2 a.m. - Men's mass start
4:30 a.m. - Four-man run, Heat 3
6 a.m. - Four-man run, Heat 4 (medal event)
7 a.m. - Gold medal game, Canada vs. Sweden
Following the conclusion of the hockey game, the Closing Ceremony begins at 11 a.m.