Ice hockey, luge and curling are among the events set to take place at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, on Wednesday.
A refreshed roster for Team USA will face Slovenia in a vital Group B match at the Kwandong Hockey Centre. Slovakia will meet the Olympic Athletes from Russia side in another men's preliminary-round group match.
Elsewhere, Great Britain face Olympic champions Canada in the men's curling after beginning their campaign against Switzerland.
Medals will be up for grabs in biathlon and luge. Here's the updated medal tracker:
Selected Wednesday Schedule
All times ET
Doubles Run 1 (6:20 a.m.)
Doubles Run 2 (7:30 a.m.)
Men Round Robin Session 2: Canada vs. Great Britain (6:05 a.m.)
Men Round Robin Session 2: Republic of Korea vs. Sweden (6:05 a.m.)
Men Round Robin Session 2: Switzerland vs. Italy (6:05 a.m.)
Men Round Robin Session 2: Norway vs. Japan (6:05 a.m.)
Men Preliminary Round Group B
Slovakia vs. Olympic Athletes from Russia (7:10 a.m.)
United States vs. Slovenia (7:10 a.m.)
For the full schedule visit the competition website.
Eurosport Player will stream the events for viewers in the United Kingdom.
There are no NHL players competing at the Pyeongchang Games, but the U.S. Olympic team will still be confident given the talent in its ranks. Forward Troy Terry is one to watch, according to Oliver Jung of NBCOlympics.com.
Jung also named 39-year-old Brian Gionta as the squad leader. A winning start will be considered a must in the pursuit of a gold medal, especially given the quality of the competition.
The task has been made easier by Slovenia missing Los Angeles Kings center Anze Kopitar, per Jung.
The Russian team will get its campaign for gold underway against Slovakia.
Medals will be handed out in the luge doubles after the completion of two runs at the Olympic Sliding Centre. Toni Eggert and Sascha Benecken of Germany will be among those expected to reach the podium.
Their countrymen, Tobias Wendl and Tobias Arlt, will provide the toughest competition. They won gold at the 2014 Sochi Games, ahead of Austria's Wolfgang and Andreas Linger, who aren't involved in Pyeongchang.