Sochi Olympics: What to Watch on Sunday

Meryl Davis and Charlie White skate for ice dancing gold. 

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A rundown of Feb. 16’s highlights (all times Eastern):

Men’s Alpine Skiing Super G (1 a.m.): Ted Ligety and Bode Miller ski for another chance at the medal stand.  

Men’s Hockey (7:30 a.m.): T.J. Oshie and the US take on Slovenia, while Russia plays Slovakia. 

Ice Dancing Short Program (10 a.m.): Figure skating duo Meryl Davis and Charlie White begin their quest for gold

Women’s Snowboard Cross seeding (2 a.m.), quarterfinals (4:15 a.m.), semifinals (4:30 a.m.), and finals (4:40 a.m.): USA’s Lindsey Jacobellis takes on the likes of Australia’s Torah Bright for redemption in this event. 

Women’s Speed Skating 1500m (9 a.m.): Heather Richardson and Brittany Bowe suit up in an attempt at the US’s first speedskating medal of the Sochi Games.  

Other events of note: 

Men’s Curling: Round Robin USA vs. CAN, SWE vs. RUS, GBR vs. NOR (12 midnight); CHN vs. CAN, USA vs. SWE, NOR vs. SUI, GER vs. DEN (10 a.m.). 

Women’s Curling: Round Robin USA vs. CAN, SWE vs. RUS, DEN vs. KOR, JPN vs. SUI (5 a.m.). 

Men’s Hockey: AUT vs. NOR (3 a.m.), FIN vs. CAN (12 p.m.).

Women’s Hockey: FIN vs. GER (3 a.m.), RUS vs. JPN (12 p.m.). 

Men’s Cross-Country Skiing: 4x10km Relay (5 a.m.).

Men’s Biathlon: 15km mass start (10 a.m.).

Bobsled: Two-man Run 1 (11:15 a.m.) and Run 2 (12:50 a.m.)