Some of the listed events will take place on the following day in South Korea, given the 15-hour time difference. Times are listed for some key events and all are CST.

Friday: The first Winter Games in South Korea open (5 a.m.).

Saturday: Men's downhill (8 p.m.), begins the medal competition. In women's hockey, a united Korean team takes on Switzerland.

Sunday: Mikaela Shiffrin begins her medals quest in the giant slalom.

Monday: Gold medal favorite Chloe Kim takes center stage in the women's halfpipe, where the USA could sweep. Heather Bergsma tries to earn the first medal in women's speedskating since 2002.

Tuesday: Shiffrin is heavily favored in women's slalom. The first curling medals ever in mixed doubles are awarded. Shaun White tries to regain his gold medal in men's halfpipe.

Wednesday: It's a key matchup for the U.S. women's hockey team against Canada (9 p.m.).

Feb. 15: Afton's Jessie Diggins competes in her best cross-country skiing event, the women's 10K freestyle. Set the alarm: It starts at 1:30 a.m.

Feb. 16: The women's super-G features American's Lindsey Vonn and Shiffrin (8 p.m.).

Feb. 17: USA takes on Russia in men's hockey (6 a.m.). Ted Ligety seeks a gold medal repeat in the men's giant slalom.

Feb. 18: Lee Sang-Hwa, one of South Korea's biggest Olympic stars, tries for a gold medal three-peat in women's 500M speed-skating.

Feb. 19: The U.S. should earn at least one ice dance medal for a fourth straight Olympics (7 p.m.), and the women's hockey semifinals take place.

Feb. 20: This could be Vonn's final Olympic event, but it's her premier race: the downhill (8 p.m.).

Feb. 21: Diggins competes in the team sprint (2 a.m.).

Feb. 22: The U.S. and Canadian women could meet again for the hockey gold medal (6 a.m.).

Feb. 23: Shani Davis won the 1,000M in 2006 and 2010 and then finished eighth as part of a disastrous U.S. speedskating showing in Sochi. He's competing in the 1,000M.

Feb. 24: Grab a seat and take in the four-man bobsled finals, cross country men's 50K mass start, men's and women's speedskating mass start and the gold medal match in women's curling.

Feb. 25: The men's gold medal hockey match starts at midnight; the Closing Ceremony at 5 a.m.