We bid farewell to the 2014 Sochi Olympic Games, but before the torch gets put out there are a couple more gold medals to be won. You can see them live on television.
Bobsled concludes with the four-man runs. That starts at 4 a.m. ET and can be seen on NBCSN. The Russians lead after two runs and are looking to add one more gold medal to their haul. The United States is close behind in fourth place and will need flawless runs if it wants to reach the podium one last time.
Finally, the last gold medal of these Games will be handed out in men's ice hockey, when Canada and Sweden face off at 7 a.m. NBC will be carrying this game live on its main network in all time zones, so if you're Canadian, make plans to get up early. If you're American, do the same thing except root for Sweden. The men's team is going home empty-handed after a crushing loss to Finland in the bronze medal round.
NBC won't be carrying the Closing Ceremony live, but it will livestream it online at NBCOlympics.com. The ceremony begins at 11 a.m. and will be aired on tape delay at 8:30 p.m. after the "Nancy & Tonya" documentary.
Here's the complete schedule for the final day of Olympic coverage. (All times ET)
4 a.m. - Four-men runs, NBCSN
7 a.m. - Gold medal game, Canada vs. Sweden, NBC
8:30 p.m., NBC (tape delay)