Winter Olympics 2014 figure skating schedule: United States trying to hang onto a medal

David Richard-USA TODAY Sports

Medals will be handed out in team figure skating on Sunday.

The team figure skating events are a new addition to the 2014 Winter Olympics. Saturday was filled with team competition, and Sunday should provide a clearer picture of which countries will have a chance to earn a medal.

Russia is the early favorite to win after a dominant showing on Saturday. The Russians have placed in the top three of every figure skating event so far.

Still, the United States has a chance to hang onto a medal and even push for silver. Meryl Davis and Charlie White won the Short Dance Ice Dance portion of the competition and helped the Americans stay in third place.

An updated list of the standings and a schedule for the events on Sunday can be found below.


1. Russia (47)

2. Canada (41)

3. United States (34)

4. Italy (31)

5. Japan (30)

6. France (22)

7. China (20)

8. Germany (17)

9. Ukraine (10)

10. Great Britain (8)

Schedule for Sunday

Feb 9 - Team - Men Free, 10:00 a.m ET
Feb 9 - Team - Ladies Free, 11:05 a.m. ET
Feb 9 - Team - Free Dance, 12:10 p.m. ET

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