LIVE: 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics: Day 7

The Olympic torch is tested before the start of the 2014 Winter Olympics in the Olympic Park, Monday, Jan. 27, 2014, in Sochi, Russia. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)
The Olympic torch is tested before the start of the 2014 Winter Olympics in the Olympic Park, Monday, Jan. 27, 2014, in Sochi, Russia. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

Watch the Olympics from your computer. Here is what is on today, Friday, February 14, 2014.

6:30am-7:40am (Men’s Super Combined Slalom Run)

Americans: Bode Miller, Ted Ligety

Americans Bode Miller and Ted Ligety contend for a medal in the men’s super combined, beginning with the morning downhill run. Miller is the defending Olympic champion and Ligety is the reigning world champion.

Live stream link: stream.nbcolympics.com/alpine-skiing/winter/14059/

7:30am-10:00am (Men’s Hockey: Sweden vs. Switzerland)

Live stream link: stream.nbcolympics.com/hockey/winter/14979/

7:30am-10:20am (Men’s skeleton: Runs 1-2)

Americans: Matthew Antoine, John Daly, Kyle Tress  

Live stream link: stream.nbcolympics.com/skeleton/winter/14986/

8:45am-10am (Freestyle skiing: Women’s aerials qualifiers)

Americans: Ashley Caldwell, Emily Cook

The Chinese aerials team is the deepest in the world and sends the favorites to the skies in the event. Americans Ashley Cook and Emily Cook will compete for a medal.  The top 12 women will advance to the first round of the finals. The top 8 will go to the second final, and the final four will head to the last final.

Live stream link: stream.nbcolympics.com/freestyle-skiing/winter/14062/

9am-10:55am (Biathlon: Women’s 15km Individual)
Americans: Susan Dunklee, Sara Studebaker, Lanny Barnes

Live stream link: stream.nbcolympics.com/biathlon/winter/14071/

10:00am-1:00pm (Men’s curling prelims: Midday Session )

U.S. vs. Russia, Great Britain vs. Denmark, China vs. Norway, Switzerland vs. Germany

U.S. match Live stream link: stream.nbcolympics.com/curling/winter/13370/

10am-2:25pm (Figure skating: Men’s free skate)

Americans: Jason Brown, Jeremy Abbott

The battle for gold will be between Japan’s Yuzuru Hanyu and Canada’s Patrick Chan. American Jason Brown, who currently sits in sixth, is only .98 of a point out of third. Brown would become the youngest male figure skating medalist since Viktor Petrenko in 1988.

Live stream link: stream.nbcolympics.com/figure-skating/winter/14119/

10:20am-12:40pm (Skeleton: Women’s Runs 3-4)

Americans: Noelle Pikus-Pace, Katie Uhlaender

U.S. skeleton racers Noelle Pikus-Pace and Katie Uhlaender sit in 2nd and 4th, respectively, heading into the final two runs. The Americans will look to catch the World Cup season champion, Great Britain’s Lizzy Yarnold.

Live stream link: stream.nbcolympics.com/skeleton/winter/14987/

12:00pm-2:30pm (Men’s Hockey)

Canada vs. Austria (Live stream link: stream.nbcolympics.com/hockey/winter/13342/)

Norway vs. Finland (Live stream link: stream.nbcolympics.com/hockey/winter/14091/)

12:30pm-1:35pm (Freestyle skiing: Women’s aerials finals)

Americans: Ashley Caldwell, Emily Cook

The Chinese aerials team is the deepest in the world and sends the favorites to the skies in the event. Americans Ashley Cook and Emily Cook will compete for a medal.  

Live stream link: stream.nbcolympics.com/freestyle-skiing/winter/14060/

12:30am-1:35pm (Ski jumping: Men’s large hill qualifier)

Americans: Nicholas Alexander, Nicholas Fairall, Anders Johnson, Peter Frenette

Live stream link: stream.nbcolympics.com/ski-jumping/winter/14982/

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