The penultimate day of the 2022 Winter Olympics will see eight disciplines in action, all of which will hold at least one medal ceremony.
Some of the marquee events scheduled include the gold medal match in men’s curling between Sweden and Great Britain. The USA’s Kaillie Humphries and Elana Meyers Taylor, who won gold and silver, respectively, in woman’s monobob, have put their sleds into medal contention after two of four heats in the two-woman bobsleigh.
The USA should also pick up some hardware in the men’s freeski halfpipe final. The 12-athlete field contains four Americans, including two-time defending Olympic champion David Wise, and Aaron Blunck, who posted the top score (92.00) during Thursday’s qualifying.
Full Olympics schedule for Saturday, February 19 by event
10 p.m. (Friday): Mixed Team Parallel 1/8 Finals
10:47 p.m.: Mixed Team Parallel 1/4 Finals
11:14 p.m.: Mixed Team Parallel 1/2 Finals
11:37 p.m.: Mixed Team Parallel Small Final (bronze medal event)
11:46 p.m.: Mixed Team Parallel Big Final (gold medal event)
8:30 p.m. (Friday): 4-man Heat 1 & 2
7 a.m.: 2-woman Heat 3
8:30 a.m.: 2-woman Heat 4 (gold medal event)
1 a.m.: Men’s 50km Mass Start Free (gold medal event)
1:50 a.m.: Sweden vs. Great Britain, Men’s Gold Medal Game
7:05 a.m.: Switzerland vs. Sweden, Women’s Bronze Medal Game
6 a.m.: Pair Skating - Free Skating (gold medal event)
8:30 p.m. (Friday): Men’s Freeski Halfpipe Final Run 1
8:45 p.m.: Men’s Freeski Halfpipe Final Run 2
9:25 p.m.: Men’s Freeski Halfpipe Final Run 3 (gold medal event)
8:10 a.m.: Sweden vs Slovakia, Men’s Bronze Medal Game
2 a.m.: Men’s Mass Start Semifinals
2:45 a.m.: Women’s Mass Start Semifinals
3:30 a.m.: Men’s Mass Start Final (gold medal event)
4 a.m.: Women’s Mass Start Final (gold medal event)