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Kim Yuna, Joannie Rochette go for gold: Vancouver Olympics schedule Thursday

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1267138822 Kim Yuna, Joannie Rochette go for gold: Vancouver Olympics schedule Thursday Gold medal events in ladies’ figure skating and women’s ice hockey on Vancouver Olympics schedule Thursday Feb. 25, 2010:

Coverage on USA Network begins at (9 am) 12 pm EST

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NBC-TV begins at (2 pm) 5 pm EST

MSNBC-TV begins at (11 am) 2 pm EST.

Click on the name of the sport for information about the event and who to watch:

9:00 am (12:00 pm EST) CURLING – Women

  • China vs. Sweden
  • Canada vs. Switzerland

9:30 am (12:30 pm EST) ALPINE SKIING – Ladies’ Giant Slalom 2nd run, medal event

10:00 am (1:00 pm EST) NORDIC COMBINED – Individual LH/10km cc – competition round

11:00 am (2:00 pm EST) CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING – Ladies’ 4×5 km relay classic/free, medal event

11:00 am (2:00 pm EST) HOCKEY – Women, Finland vs. Sweden, bronze medal game

1:00 pm (4:00 pm EST) NORDIC COMBINED – Individual LH/10km cc, medal event

2:00 pm (5:00 pm EST) CURLING – Men

  • Norway vs. Switzerland
  • Sweden vs. Canada

3:30 pm (6:30 pm EST) HOCKEY – Women, Canada vs. USA, gold medal event

5:00 pm (8:00 pm EST) FIGURE SKATING – Ladies’ free skating, medal event, (with live Tweets from reporter Christa Case Bryant)

6:00 pm (9:00 pm EST) FREESTYLE SKIING – Men’s aerials final

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