Monday's Olympic schedule has a lot of promising events on tap. There are five medal events set to take place in skiing, biathlon and speed skating.
In addition, curling gets underway in full force with a combined twelve qualification matches, along with two more games in women's ice hockey. The American hockey women are heavy favorites to make the finals in that sport and will be taking on Switzerland, hoping to build off their dominant 3-1 win over Finland on Saturday. The Finnish women won't have any easier time against Canada, the other gold medal favorite.
Here's the complete schedule for Monday. All times are ET, and medal events are in italics and marked with an asterisk.
12 a.m. ET: Men's Round Robin, Session 1
- Denmark-China, Germany-Canada, Switzerland-Sweden, Russia-Great Britain
5 am: Women's Round Robin, Session 1
- China-Canada, Switzerland-USA, Russia-Denmark, Sweden-Great Britain
10 am: Men's Round Robin, Session 2
- Sweden-Great Britain, Canada-Switzerland, USA-Norway, Denmark-Russia
2 am: Women's Super Combined, Downhill Runs
6 am: Women's Super Combined, Slalom Runs*
- Super combined is one event consisting of one slalom run, one downhill run. Fastest aggregate time wins; medals awarded after slalom runs
Short track speed skating
4:45 am: Men's 1500m, Heats
5:27 am: Ladies' 500m, Heats
6:04 am: Men's 1500m, Semifinals
6:35 am: Ladies 3000m Relay, Semifinals
7:05 am: Men's 1500m, Finals*
- Short track is a 111.12 meter oval, compared to the 400m oval for non-short track events. All skaters race at the same time; first over the line wins.
Women's Ice Hockey
5 am: United States vs. Switzerland
10 am: Finland vs. Canada
8 am: Men's 500m, Race 1 of 2
9:55 am: Men's 500m, Race 2 of 2*
9 am: Men's Moguls, Qualification 1
9:50 am: Men's Moguls, Qualification 2
1 pm: Men's Moguls, Final 1
1:35 pm: Men's Moguls, Final 2
2:10 pm: Men's Moguls, Final 3*
9:45 am: Women's Singles, Run 1
11:35 am: Women's Singles, Run 2
10 am: Men's 12.5km Pursuit*
- 60 athletes, order depends on results from Saturday's Sprint event. 5 ski loops, 4 shooting bouts. Fastest wins.