Every day NBC 7 will provide a quick look at the key events of the day as well as the local athletes who will be competing. Here are our “San Diego Athletes to Watch” for Monday, Feb. 10:
The U.S. women’s ice hockey team beat Switzerland 9-0 in their second game of the 2014 Winter Olympics. The Americans started out ahead 5-0 by the end of the first period.
Coach Katey Stone started Molly Schaus in goal for the United States but it's unclear if she got a good look at what Schaus could do in the team's upcoming game with Canada.
The women's ice hockey team prepared for their Olympic competition with a stop in San Diego that included a day of training on the beach in Coronado.
In short track, two-time Olympic bronze medalist J.R. Celski finished fourth in the men’s 1500 m final.
If you’ve been excited to watch Apolo Ohno, the most decorated U.S. Winter Olympian, you’re out of luck. He is retired.
Without Ohno, the Americans' best chance at winning gold is in the men's 5000m relay which will include Celski who trained with athletes at the Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista preparing for Sochi, Russia.
Another familiar name, Olympian Shani Davis, competed in Adler Arena in the men’s 500 m race. Get results here
Athletes scheduled to compete in the snowboarding halfpipe event this week arrived to the mountains Sunday to get settled in before events this week.
San Diego's Shaun White will compete in the halfpipe final after deciding to skip in the earlier slopestyle event.
On Monday, White and other snowboarders panned the halfpipe course, telling the media it's not worthy of the Olympic competition with less than 24 hours to fix it.
In alpine skiing, the women’s super-combined finals took place at 3 a.m. PT. With her bronze medal in the event, American athlete Julia Mancuso became the first American Alpine racer to medal in three consecutive Olympics. The Lake Tahoe, Calif. resident put the American Alpine team on the boards with its first medal of the 2014 Winter Games.
Curling begins in Sochi, Russia with a number of round robin events including the U.S. women’s team session against Switzerland and the U.S. men’s team session against Norway.
We’ll also see the women’s luge singles initial runs and the men’s 12.5 km pursuit final.