Winter Olympic Games Schedules - Day 12
Wednesday, 19 February 2014
All Times Central
|1:00a||(M) Giant Slalom - 1st run||Alpine Center|
|4:30a||(M) Giant Slalom - 2nd run|
|8:30a||(X) Mixed Relay||CC Ski & Biathlon Center|
|10:15a||(W) Two-Woman Run - heats 3||Sliding Center|
|11:23a||(W) Two-Woman Run - heats 4|
|Cross Country Skiing|
|3:15a||(W) Team Sprint Classic, Semifinals||CC Ski & Biathlon Center|
|4:06a||(M) Team Sprint Classic, Semifinals|
|5:45a||(W) Team Sprint Classic, Finals|
|6:15a||(M) Team Sprint Classic, Finals|
|4:00a||(M) Semifinal Round: Britain vs.Canada||Ice Cube Curling Center|
|4:00a||(W) Semifinal Round: Sweden vs. Switzerland|
|9:00a||(M) Semifinal Round, Sweden vs.Great Britain|
|9:00a||(W) Semifinal Round, Canada vs. China|
|9:00a||(W) Short Program||Iceberg Skating Palace|
|2:00a||(M) Quarterfinal #1 Sweden vs. Slovenia||Bolshoy Ice Dome|
|6:30a||(M) Quarterfinal #2 Finland vs. Russia||Bolshoy Ice Dome|
|11:00a||(M) Quarterfinal #3 Canada vs. Latvia||Bolshoy Ice Dome|
|11:00a||(M) Quarterfinal #4 USA vs. Czech Republic||Shayba Arena|
|11:15p||(W) Parallel Giant Slalom - Qualif. (Tuesday night)||X-Treme Park|
|11:42p||(M) Parallel Giant Slalom - Qualif. (Tuesday night)|
|3:00a||(W) Parallel Giant Slalom - 1/8 Finals|
|3:12a||(M) Parallel Giant Slalom - 1/8 Finals|
|3:48a||(W) Parallel Giant Slalom - QFs|
|3:54a||(M) Parallel Giant Slalom - QFs|
|4:15a||(W) Parallel Giant Slalom - SFs|
|4:18a||(M) Parallel Giant Slalom - SFs|
|4:31a||(W) Parallel Giant Slalom - Finals|
|4:35a||(M) Parallel Giant Slalom - Finals|
|7:30a||(W) 5000m||Adler Arena|
*Times Subject to Change*
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