Bode Miller

Day 2 of the Sochi Olympics continues on Sunday with more figure skating and the first alpine skiing event. Here's what you should watch (all times ET).

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All events are live-streamed at NBCOlympics.com. Sunday's tape-delayed daytime coverage (2 p.m., NBC) includes figure skating, biathlon, speed skating and cross-country skiing. Tape-delayed prime time coverage (7 p.m., NBC) includes alpine skiing, snowboarding, figure skating and ski jumping.

Alpine skiing, men's downhill
When: 2 a.m. (live); 7 p.m. on NBC (tape delay)
Bode Miller, the most decorated U.S. Olympic skier with five medals, will go for another record in one of the Games' marquee events: If he podiums, at 36, he'd be the oldest alpine medalist in Olympic history. The 2010 bronze medalist will have his work cut out for him, going up against Vancouver silver medalist and reigning world champion Aksel Lund Svindal of Norway. Austria's Matthias Mayer has also been impressive in training.

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Snowboarding, women's slopestyle final
When: 4:15 a.m. (live); 7 p.m. on NBC (tape delay)
American Jamie Anderson, a four-time Winter X Games champ, is the favorite, but Aussie Torah Bright, the defending halfpipe champ who's competing in an unprecedented three events, will seek to become the first snowboarder to medal in two disciplines.

Figure skating, team event — men's and ladies' free skate, and free dance
When: 10 a.m. on NBC Sports (live); 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on NBC (tape delay)
The event concludes with the final three free programs. The well-rounded Russian team leads after Saturday, followed by Canada and the U.S., who gets to close with their ace card, ice dancing's top pair Meryl Davis and Charlie White. Nations can make up to two skater substitutions from the short programs.

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Other medal events
- Cross-country, men's skiathlon (5 a.m.)
- Speed skating, women's 3,000 meters (6:30 a.m.)
- Biathlon, women's 7.5-kilometer sprint (9:30 a.m.)
- Luge, men's single (11:40 a.m.)
- Ski jumping, men's individual normal hill (1:30 p.m.)