PYEONGCHANG, South Korea - 12 A.M.: Alpine Women's Slalom: American Mikaela Shiffrin misses the podium, finishing fourth.
11:05 P.M.: 11@11 local news coverage begins. Olympic coverage continues afterward.
10:55 P.M.: Women's Snowboard Cross Gold Medal Final. American Lindsey Jacobellis finishes fourth by three-hundredths of a second.
10:45 P.M.: Figure Skating - Men's Short Program. Pennsylvania Adam Rippon currently leads the scoring.
10:20 P.M.: Women's Snowboard Cross Gold Medal Final. American Lindsey Jacobellis has made it to the final.
9:55 P.M.: Men's Skeleton, Gold Medal Final Runs, Fourth Run. Yun Sung-Bin of South Korea wins gold.
9:50 P.M.: Taking a look at Olympic competition today.
8:50 P.M.: Alpine Men's Super-G. Matthias Mayer of Austria wins gold.
8:35 P.M.: Men's Skeleton, Gold Medal Final Runs, Third Run.
8 P.M.: Alpine Women's Slalom, First Run. American gold-medal favorite Mikaela Shiffrin is in fourth place after the first run.
Men's figure skating is one of several Olympic competitions taking place Thursday in PyeongChang.
- Alpine Skiing - Women's Slalom, First Run
- Figure Skating - Men's Short Program
- Alpine Skiiing - Men's Super-G
- Women's Snowboard Cross Gold Medal Final
- Men's Skeleton - Gold Medal Final Runs
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Men's figure skating begins with the short program, as 18-year-old Salt Lake City native Nathan Chen looks to set the stage as a gold medal contender.
Matt Antoine, a California University of Pennsylvania graduate, is one of Team USA’s skeleton athletes. He took classes online while training for his high-intensity sport.
Antoine, who won bronze four years ago in Sochi, faded on the final two runs of the PyeongChang competition, finishing 13th overall.
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