NBC Olympics Schedule 2014: Live Stream & TV Info for Day 3 Prime-Time Coverage

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NBC Olympics Schedule 2014: Live Stream & TV Info for Day 3 Prime-Time Coverage
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U.S. Alpine Skiier Julia Mancuso

Monday marked Day 3 of what's been an eventful Winter Games so far in Sochi, with team events like curling and hockey taking place and individuals doing battle on the slopes and in the skating rink.

If you haven't spoiled your Olympics appetite with the early-morning results from Russia, Monday's prime-time lineup on NBC (8 p.m. ET) features a variety of entertaining final races and competitions.

Here's a complete roundup of TV and live streaming information with a quick look at the top events on the schedule for Monday's prime-time event.

 

Day 3 Winter Olympics Info

Where: Sochi, Russia

When: Monday, Feb. 10

Time: 8 p.m. ET

Watch: NBC

Live Stream: NBCOlympics.com

Mobile: NBC Sports Live Extra app (iPhone/iPad|Android) 

 

Complete Viewing Information

Complete Day-by-Day Sochi Competition Schedule

Complete Sochi Olympic Television Listings

 

Full Feb. 10 Olympic Schedule
Time (ET) Sport Event
12 a.m. Curling Men's, Round Robin
2 a.m. Alpine Skiing Women's Super-Combined, Downhill
4:45 a.m. Short Tack Men's 1,500m, Heats
5 a.m. Curling Women's, Round Robin
5 a.m. Hockey Women's: USA vs. SUI
5:27 a.m. Short Track Women's 500m, Heats
6 a.m. Alpine Skiing Women's Super-Combined, Slalom*
6:04 a.m. Short Track Men's 1,500m, Semifinals
6:35 a.m. Short Track Women's 3,000m Relay, Semifinals
7:05 a.m. Short Track Men's 1,500m, Finals*
8 a.m. Speedskating Men's 500m, Race 1
9 a.m. Freestyle Skiing Men's Moguls, Qualifications
9:45 a.m. Luge Women's Singles, Run 1
9:55 a.m. Speedskating Men's 500m, Race 2*
10 a.m. Curling Men's, Round Robin
10 a.m. Hockey Women's: FIN vs. CAN
10 a.m. Biathlon Men's 12.5km Pursuit*
11:35 a.m. Luge Women's Singles, Run 2
1 p.m. Freestyle Skiing Men's Moguls, Finals*

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 * Indicates a medal will be awarded after the event

 

Women's Super Combined

Decorated U.S. alpine skier Julia Mancuso will be trying to add to her trophy case when she takes to the slopes in the women's super combined event.

After winning a gold medal in the 2006 giant slalom and silver medals in the downhill and super combined events in 2010, Mancuso is vying to join speedskaters Bonnie Blair and Apolo Ohno as the third U.S. Olympian to win individual medals in three different Winter Games.

Heading into the super combined event, she was clearly stoked to strap on her skis:

Mancuso's path to the podium will be made easier by the absence of her friend, rival and U.S. teammate Lindsey Vonn, who is sitting out the Olympics with a knee injury.

While Vonn has been a dominant force on the World Cup circuit, Mancuso has a knack for showing up big on the Olympic stage. With a storied skiing career at the age of 29, this might be Mancuso's last rodeo in the Winter Games.

 

Men's Speedskating 500m

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The Mulder twins of the Netherlands are trying to join some elite company heading into the two 500-meter speedskating races that will determine new medalists in 2014.

During the 1984 Winter Games in Sarajevo, Phil and Steve Mahre finished one-two atop the podium in the slalom. As it stands now, they are the only twins to ever medal in the same event in the same Olympics. But the Mulder brothers have a good shot to make history.

The 27-year-old twins, Michel and Ronald, help make a up a Dutch speedskating team that has been dominant the past few decades in the sport. 

 

Men's Short Track 1,500m

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If you want some quick-paced, high-flying action, be sure to check out the men's short-track races Monday night. Sure, this competition comes down to the final time, but it's also about keeping your footing while jockeying for position with other racers on a quick track. 

Beth Harris of the Associated Press offered reasons why many people refer to the sport as "roller derby on ice":

The wild sport can be counted on for controversy as skaters make their way through heats, semifinals and finals in three individual events each for men and women, and relays for both.

It's not unusual for disqualifications to occur, most often for impeding, which could mean pushing, blocking or otherwise causing a problem for another skater.

At the young age of 23, J.R. Celski is taking part in his second Winter Olympics after winning a pair of bronze medals in 2010.

Before taking part in the opening ceremony with a record 230-athlete American contingent, Celski shared his excitement about the global event:

The West Coast native finished third in the 1,500-meter short-track race in Vancouver and is the top American skater heading into this event again in 2014. Though the U.S. short-track team's depth isn't on par with that of the long-track group of athletes, Celski appears to have a great shot and landing on the podium again following Monday's pair of races.

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