Winter Olympic Games Schedules - Day 16
Sunday, 23 February 2014
All Times Central
|3:30a||(M) Four-man Run - heat 3||Sliding Center|
|5:00a||(M) Four-man Run - heat 4|
|Cross Country Skiing|
|1:00a||(M) 50km Mass Start Free||CC Ski & Biathlon Center|
|6:00a||(M) Gold Medal Game: Canada vs. Sweden||Bolshoy Ice Dome|
*Times Subject to Change*
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