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Olympics: What to Watch

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    USA's Evan Lysacek celebrates after hearing his results at the end of his Men's Figure skating free program. Lysacek nailed it and the results placed him in the lead, but he wouldn't know if it was enough to win gold for another 30 minutes. (It was.)

    For many, Evan Lysacek's gold-medal winning performance was a little past their bedtime. If that happened for you, you've got a chance to watch the performance again during the recap Friday at 3 p.m. on NBC 7/39.

    If you're interested in catching some competition this morning, women's curling begins on the USA network at 9 a.m. with Team USA facing Russia.

    More curling will be available on CNBC beginning at 2 p.m. when the American men compete against France.

    Hockey is available on MSNBC at noon with Sweden v. Belarus, at 5 p.m. on CNBC with Czech Republic v. Latvia and at midnight on MSNBC with Finland v. Germany.

    Friday night in primetime on NBC, you'll see the beginning of ice dancing as Americans Tanith Belbin and Ben Agosto aim to improve on their silver from Torino. Coverage begins at 8 p.m. on NBC 7/39. Pepper in will be women's skeleton, men's super-G and ski jumping.


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