It's a big night for short-track speed skating, so, of course, it's a big night for Apolo Ohno. "I'm an old man at 27," he claims, "but I just love this sport." Tonight he'll try to re-create his 2006 gold-medal performance in the 500-meter sprint; and anchor the U.S. team in the wild-and-wooly 5,000-meter relay. The women short-track skaters are in action as well, with Katherine Reutter (who comes from the same hometown as speed skating legend Bonnie Blair) the top hope for the U.S. Heading outdoors, the big event this evening is the women's slalom, with Lindsey Vonn making her final Vancouver appearance, and attempting to improve on her 14th place finish in Torino. "My work ethic is so much better now," she says. "It's given me more passion." On the track, it's four-man bobsled runs, with Steve Holcomb and his "Night Train" sled the team to beat. Also today are the men's ice hockey semis (on NBC this afternoon and CNBC this evening), and the women's curling final (CNBC tonight).
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