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Winter Olympics 2018: What to Watch Today

It's bobsled time!

Lindsay MacDonald

The 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics are well underway in South Korea, delivering all the thrills of competition and the personal stories of sacrifice that got these athletes to the top of their game. And as usual, it's one of the biggest TV events of the year.

Since there's so much to see, here are the highlights of the TV schedule for Feb. 24. Note: due to the time difference, some events on the schedule will start late the previous night. Events can also be streamed at NBCOlympics.com. Check the site for streaming times.

(All times ET)

Men's Curling (Gold Medal Match)
When: 9:30am
Channel: NBCSN
Guys, we've actually reached the last match of Men's Curling, and can you believe Team USA made it all the way to the finals! This bizarrely entrancing sport has taken the nation by storm thanks to the excellence of our men's curling team, so be sure to rise and shine this Saturday morning so you can check it out.

Speed Skating, Cross-Country
When: 3:00pm
Channel: NBC
USA competitors might not have a great shot at medaling in Cross-Country skiing, but we've still got a shot in both Men's and Women's Speed Skating. Tune in to cheer on USA's Heather Bergsma and Joey Mantia!

Bobsled, Figure Skating Gala
When: 8:00pm
Channel: NBC
Team USA still has a shot at medaling in the four-man Bobsled event if they can beat out Germany and Latvia. And now that all the competitive figure skating events have wrapped up, you can watch the Figure Skating Exhibition Gala, where Olympians let loose and show off their stuff without the high stakes of going for the gold.

Be sure to check out NBC's Winter Olympics listings to see the full schedule of events.


Adam Rippon

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