Ski jumping takes centre stage at the 2018 Winter Olympics on Saturday, as the action intensifies in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
The men's normal hill individual discipline will provide fascinating competition, with Kamil Stoch attempting to defend his Olympic crown.
Training for the event began on Wednesday, giving the athletes a good look at the jumping that awaits them.
Here is how you can watch the action:
Date: Saturday, Feb. 10
Time: 11:20 a.m. GMT/6:20 a.m. ET
TV: NBC Universal (U.S.), BBC and Eurosport (UK)
Per the International Olympic Committee's official website, here is the full schedule for the men's normal hill competition:
Trial Round: 11:20 a.m. GMT/6:20 a.m. ET
First Round: 12:35 a.m. GMT/7:35 a.m. ET
Final Round: 1:35 p.m. GMT/8:35 a.m. ET
Metronomic consistency is the order of the day in top-class ski jumping, and the field will have to be at its best to compete with the formidable talent of Stoch.
The Pole is his country's most successful athlete in the event, and he prevailed on the Olympic stage four years ago.
The 30-year-old collected two gold medals at Sochi 2014, but there are young pretenders to his throne in South Korea.
Norway's Daniel-Andre Tande has won World Cup events, and if he finds his groove, he will expect to be in full contention for a spot on the podium.
Tande defeated Stoch to become a double ski-jumping world champion in 2018, but the elder statesman has the advantage over him in terms of Olympic experience.
Stefan Kraft will be the duo's main competition for the gold medal after a superb set of results since 2016.
The Austrian burst onto the scene in 2012 and worked his way to world records and World Championship glory.
However, the talented 24-year-old has suffered from shaky form in recent times, but he has re-established himself as a threat just in time for the Games.
Kraft can beat anyone on his day, but it is questionable if he can jump to the gold on this occasion. He certainly has the pedigree to succeed, but form will dictate the medal order on Saturday.
Gold-Medal Pick: Stoch.