Winter Olympics Schedule 2018: Events & Competitions On 2/20

The 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea continue on Tuesday with another busy schedule as the Winter Games near their end.
Entering the day, Norway continues to hold a lead in the medal count, with Germany closing in. Both countries have earned 11 gold medals — Norway with 29 overall, Germany with 23 — while the Team Canada sits in third with 19.
Today’s gold medal events are in biathlon, figure skating, freestyle skiing, nordic combined and short track speed skating.
How can you tune in to your favorite event on Monday?
The full Winter Olympics schedule for Feb. 19 can be seen below (all times Eastern):

TUESDAY, FEB. 20 (DAY 12)

TIMESPORTEVENT
12:05 a.m.CurlingWomen’s round-robin
2:40 a.m.HockeyWomen’s classification game #4
2:40 a.m.HockeyMen’s qualification playoff #2
5:00 a.m.Nordic combinedLarge hill ski jump
5:00 a.m.Short track speed skatingMen 500m/Women 1000m qualifiers, women 3000m relay final
6:05 a.m.CurlingMen’s round-robin
6:15 a.m.BiathlonMixed relay
6:50 a.m.BobsledWomen’s bobsled runs 1-2
7:10 a.m.HockeyMen’s qualification playoff #4
7:10 a.m.HockeyMen’s qualification playoff #3
7:45 a.m.Nordic CombinedLarge hill 10km
7:05 p.m.CurlingWomen’s round-robin
7:30 p.m.SnowboardingMen’s snowboard big air qualifying
8:00 p.m.Figure skatingLadies short program
9:00 p.m.Alpine skiingAlpine skiing women’s downhill
10:10 p.m.HockeyMen’s quarterfinal #1
11:15 p.m.Freestyle skiingMen’s ski cross

The 2018 Winter Olympics take place from Feb. 9 through the closing ceremony on Feb. 25. All events will air on the NBC family of networks with live coverage available online on the NBC Sports Live Extra app.



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