2018 PyeongChang Olympics Daily Viewer's Guide - Day 7 (Feb. 13)

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What’s on tap for today:

*All times are Eastern Time*

12 p.m. noon ET NBC Daytime & NBC Streaming: 
– Speed skating, Men’s 1,500 meters –

Noon ET NBC Daytime & NBC Streaming: 
– Luge, Women’s Singles –

Noon ET NBC Daytime & NBC Streaming: 
– Skiing, Cross-Country Men’s and Women’s Individual Sprint –

5:00 p.m. ET NBCSN & NBC Streaming:
– Ice Hockey, Game of the Day replay – (teams TBD)

5:00 p.m. ET CNBC:
– Curling, Mixed Doubles gold medal game replay – Canada vs. Switzerland

7:05 p.m. ET NBC Streaming:
– Curling, Men’s round robin – Denmark vs. Sweden, Canada vs. Italy, Korea vs. USA, Switzerland vs. Great Britain

8:00 p.m. ET NBC Primetime & NBC Streaming:
Figure Skating, Pairs Short Program – Team USA’s married pair, Alexa and Chris Knierim, are the reigning U.S. champions and have already won a team bronze in PyeongChang. They’ll look to start strong as the only pair skating for the USA.

8:00 p.m. ET NBC Primetime & NBC Streaming:
Alpine Skiing, Women’s Slalom – The world will finally get a chance to see 22-year-old Mikaela Shiffrin, the best alpine skier in the world, attempt to reign supreme on the Olympic stage. Fellow Americans Megan McJames, Alice Merryweather and Resi Stiegler will also be competing.

8:00 p.m. NBC Primetime & NBC Streaming:
Snowboarding, men’s halfpipe final – On Monday, Chloe Kim absolutely demolished the competition in the women’s halfpipe final with a closing run of 98.25, on the same day that Shaun White threw down a 98.50 in the men’s halfpipe qualifiers. Kim took home a historic gold medal, and her male counterpart will look to do the same on Tuesday night.

10:10 p.m. NBC Streaming:
– Ice hockey, women’s prelims – Sweden vs. Switzerland –

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