The 2014 Winter Olympics have lived up to the lofty expectations placed upon them, and the schedule for Day 11 has sports fans excited about all of the action.
With replays of popular events like women's alpine skiing giant slalom and men's snowboard cross, fans will be able to witness the trials and tribulations associated with performing at an Olympic level.
Here is all the vital viewing information for Day 11’s primetime coverage and a spoiler-free preview of the most important events.
Where: Sochi, Russia
When: Tuesday, Feb. 18 at 8 p.m. ET
Live Stream: NBC Live Extra
- Women's Alpine Skiing Giant Slalom
- Men's Freestyle Skiing Halfpipe
- Women's Short Track Relay
- Women's Bobsled
- Men's Snowboard Cross
Events to Watch
Men's Snowboard Cross
The action in the women’s snowboard cross quarterfinals, semifinals and final resulted in fierce battles and devastating crashes. The hope from most Olympics fans is more of the same madness in the men’s event.
Which event are you more excited to watch?
The leaders will have the cleanest course to contend with and that advantage could be the difference between advancing to the next round and being eliminated. As seen in the women’s events, though, leading the race early isn’t always a guarantee that a snowboarder will win.
With top stars like Italy's Omar Visintin, Team USA’s Trevor Jacob and Nate Holland and France’s Pierre Vaultier all battling for the gold medal, men’s snowboard cross on primetime will be fun to watch.
Women's Alpine Skiing Giant Slalom
One of the fastest events of the 2014 Winter Olympics is the women’s Alpine skiing giant slalom event, and American stars Mikaela Shiffrin and Julia Mancuso have gold-medal ambition heading into Tuesday.
The women will have two runs to lay down their best effort and the combined time will be the deciding factor for the medals. With the temperature making the snow much harder to master, the possibility of fluctuations in time has all eyes focused on this race.
Add in other potential medalists like Slovenia’s Tina Maze, Italy’s Nadia Fanchini and Sweden’s Jessica Lindell-Vikarby, and this will be an intense competition that fans of the sport can’t afford to miss.
Updated Medal Standings