Sochi Olympics: What to Watch for Saturday

Austria's Adrian Krainer takes a slopestyle jump. 

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A rundown of Saturday’s Olympic events (all times Eastern):

Women’s Hockey (3 a.m.) —€” The US ladies are taking on Finland in their Sochi debut. 

Men’s Snowboard Slopestyle finals (3:45 a.m.) —€” The likes of Canadian Max Parrot and Norway’s Staale Sandbech snowboard it out to see who wins slopestyle’s first Olympic gold. 

Men’s Speed Skating 5000m finals (6:30 a.m.) —€” Americans Patrick Meek, Emery Lehman, and Jonathan Kuck take on a powerhouse Dutch contingent. 

Freestyle Skiing Women’s Moguls finals (1 p.m.) —€” Can Team USA’s Hannah Kearney repeat her gold medal from Vancouver?

Team Figure Skating —€” Watch Meryl Davis and Charlie White compete in the ice dancing short program (9:30 a.m.) and Ashley Wagner in the ladies’ short (11:10 a.m.) to see if Team USA will move on to the pairs’ free skate (1:05 p.m.). 

Other events of note:

Women’s Cross-Country: Skiathlon 15km (Classic + Free) Final (5 a.m.)

Women’s Hockey: CAN vs. SUI (8 a.m.)

Women’s Freestyle Skiing: Moguls — Qualifications (9 a.m.)

Luge: Men’s Singles — Run 1 (9:30 a.m.)

Biathlon: Men’s 10km Sprint — Final (9:30 a.m.)

Ski Jumping: Men’s Individual Normal Hill — Qualifications (11:30 a.m.)

Luge: Men’s Singles — Run 2 (11:40 a.m.)