Maddie Bowman of the United States won the first-ever gold in women's Olympic halfpipe skiing.
The U.S. Olympic Committee announced today that hockey player Julie Chu will carry the U.S. flag at the closing ceremony. Chu has won four medals, including the silver she collected when the U.S. lost to Canada yesterday.
Quote of note
"It's time for everyone to move on. Forget about 'Suitgate,' all the conjecture, the thoughts and the theories and let's get back to reality. We're Americans and although we got knocked down we're going to write a new storyline in four years because who loves a comeback more than our country." - Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank, talking to ESPN after the company renewed a deal with the U.S. Olympic team. Under Armour skating suits recently had taken some heat for the team's poor performance at the Sochi Games.
12 p.m. EST, NBC Sports Network
- U.S. men's hockey vs. Canada
3 p.m. EST, NBC
- Women's freestyle skiing (skicross), women's biathlon (4x6K relay)
8 p.m. EST, NBC
Women's skiing (slalom), short-track speedskating (men's 500 meters, 5,000 relay; women's 1,000)
Go to http://www.nbcolympics.com/tv-listings to see the full lineup of events on TV today.
The U.S. leads with 25 total medals, followed by Russia with 23. Norway has the most golds, 10, while the U.S. has eight.
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