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Friday, February 12, 2010

                              6:30p - 8:00p


                              8:00p - 11:00p
Saturday, February 13, 2010



                              12:30a - 3:30a

                              1:00p - 5:00p

                              7:00p - 10:30p

                              11:00p – 12:00a (2/14)
Sunday, February 14, 2010

                              12:00a - 3:30a

                              12:00p - 5:00p


                              6:00p - 10:00p

                              10:30p - 11:00p


                              11:00p – 3:00a (2/15)
Monday, February 15, 2010

                              12:00p - 1:30p




                              1:30p - 3:00p

                              3:00p - 4:00p

                              7:00p - 11:00p


                              11:30p – 1:00a (2/16)
Tuesday, February 16, 2010

                              1:00a - 4:00a

                              2:00p - 4:00p

                              7:00p - 11:00p
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                               11:30p – 1:00a (2/17)
Wednesday, February 17, 2010


                               1:00a - 4:00a

                               2:00p - 2:30p


                               2:30p - 4:00p




                               7:00p - 7:30p




                               7:30p - 10:30p

                               11:00p – 12:30a (2/18)
Thursday, February 18, 2010

                               12:30a - 4:00a

                               2:00p - 2:30p




                               2:30p - 4:00p

                               7:00p - 11:00p




                               11:30p – 1:00a (2/19)
Friday, February 19, 2010

                               1:00a - 4:00a

                               2:00p - 4:00p

                               7:00p - 10:30p

                               11:00p – 12:30a (2/20)
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Saturday, February 20, 2010

                              12:30a - 4:00a




                              12:00p - 1:30p




                              1:30p - 3:00p


                              3:00p - 5:00p



                              7:00p - 10:30p

                              11:00p – 12:00a (2/21)
Sunday, February 21, 2010

                              12:00a - 4:30a

                              11:00a - 12:30p



                              12:30p - 2:00p


                              2:00p - 5:00p

                              6:00p - 10:00p

                              10:30p - 11:30p



                              11:30p – 3:30a (2/22)
Monday, February 22, 2010

                              2:00p - 4:00p

                              7:00p - 11:00p


                              11:30p – 1:00a (2/23)
Tuesday, February 23, 2010
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                               1:00a - 4:00a



                               2:00p - 4:00p




                               7:00p - 11:00p


                               11:30p – 1:00a (2/24)
Wednesday, February 24, 2010



                               1:00a - 4:00a

                               2:00p - 4:00p



                               7:00p - 10:30p

                               11:00p – 12:30a (2/25)
Thursday, February 25, 2010

                               12:30a - 4:00a




                               2:00p - 4:00p


                               7:00p - 11:00p

                               11:30p – 1:00a (2/26)
Friday, February 26, 2010


                               1:00a - 4:00a


                               2:00p - 4:00p



                               7:00p - 10:30p

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                              11:00p – 12:30a (2/27)
Saturday, February 27, 2010

                              12:30a - 4:00a



                              12:00p - 5:00p

                              7:00p - 10:00p
Sunday, February 28, 2010

                              12:02a - 3:02a

                              11:00a - 2:00p

                              2:00p - 5:00p

                              6:00p - 9:30p
                              10:35p - 11:35p

                              11:35p – 2:35a (2/29)




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Primetime Show NBC's coverage of the 2010 Winter Olympic Games begins with the first
event from Vancouver -- Ski jumping -- and pre-Games analysis.
Opening Ceremony With pageantry, performances and the lighting of the Olympic flame, the
2010 Olympic Winter Games begin from Vancouver at BC Place with the first-ever indoor
Opening Ceremony. Coverage also includes ski jumping qualification.


Opening Ceremony Replay With pageantry, performances and the lighting of the Olympic
flame, the 2010 Olympic Winter Games begin from Vancouver at BC Place with the first-
ever indoor Opening Ceremony. Coverage also includes Ski jumping qualification.
Medal Event Daytime The first gold medalists of the 2010 Games are crowned in Ski
Jumping (normal hill), Speed Skating (men's 5000m) and Biathlon (women's sprint).
Medal Event Primetime Short Track ace Apolo Ohno eyes gold in the men's 1500m (live
ET/CT). Also: Alpine's fastest event -- the men's downhill -- and women's moguls.
Late Night Luge, the fastest sled sport, begins with men's singles. Also, women's Short
Track prelims (500m, relay) and medal ceremonies.

Primetime Replay Short Track ace Apolo Ohno eyes gold in the men's 1500m. Also:
Alpine's fastest event -- the men's downhill -- and women's moguls.
Medal Event Daytime The U.S. jumps and races for its first-ever Olympic medal in Nordic
Combined (live ET/CT). Also, Speed Skating, Luge and Biathlon.

Primetime Alpine whiz Lindsey Vonn debuts in the women's combined. Plus, live (ET/CT)
coverage of Figure Skating (pairs short program), and the gold medal final of men's Luge.
Late Night Recap and analysis from Figure Skating's opening act: the pairs short program.
Plus, medal ceremonies from Speed Skating and more.
Primetime Replay Alpine whiz Lindsey Vonn debuts in the women's combined. Plus, Figure
Skating (pairs short program) and more the gold medal final of men's Luge.


Women's Cross Country Live (ET/CT) daytime coverage begins on the slopes of Whistler
with women's Cross Country (10km).

Men's Snowboarding Snowboard cross is so fast it's been compared to NASCAR on snow.
Defending gold medalist Seth Wescott is among the favorites, as is Nate Holland, a 31 year
old who has won every big action sports competition but Olympic gold.

Men's Cross Country More medals are on the line as live coverage (ET/CT) returns to the
slopes of Whistler for men's Cross Country (15km).
Primetime Pairs Figure Skating concludes with the free skate (live ET/CT). Also, finals in
Snowboarding (men's SBX) and Speed Skating (men's 500m).
Late Night At 23 years old, Team USA's Erin Hamlin is the reigning world champion, and is
racing to end German Luge dominance on the fastest track in the world. Also: medal
ceremonies.

Primetime Replay Pairs Figure Skating concludes with the free skate. Also, finals in
Snowboarding (men's SBX) and Speed Skating (men's 500m).
Daytime The U.S. looks for its first ever Olympic biathlon medals in the men's 12.5k and the
women's 10k. (live ET/CT).
Primetime World Champion Even Lysacek headlines the men's Figure Skating short
program (live ET/CT). Plus, Snowboarding and Speed Skating (women's 500m).
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Late Night Erin Hamlin's World Championship ended a streak of 99 straight German wins in
international luge competition. Now she looks for Olympic gold.

Primetime Replay World Champion Even Lysacek headlines the men's Figure Skating short
program. Plus, Snowboarding and Speed Skating (women's 500m) and Alpine Skiing (men's
super combined).
Cross Country American Kikkan Randall aims to build on her second-place World
Championships finish, but has to qualify first. Watch live (ET/CT).
Cross Country Finals With a medal on the line in the women's sprint, Kikkan Randall -- the
most successful female cross country skier in U.S. history -- aims to build on her second-
place World Championships finish.

Men's Speed Skating Chicago native Shani Davis earned gold in the 1000m at Torino, and
as the world record holder in the event, he looks to replicate that feat at Vancouver. He'll
have to hold off fellow Americans Trevor Marsicano and Chad Hedrick to do it.


Alpine and Snowboarding The anticipation heading into men's halfpipe has centered around
defending gold medalist Shaun White and the double cork. White unveils his new tricks live
(ET/CT). Later, reigning world champion Lindsey Vonn takes to the slopes in the best of her
five events -- downhill. Plus, Short Track (men's 5000m relay and 1000m).

Late Night Apolo Ohno takes to the ice for the men's Short Track (1000m). Plus, doubles
Luge, women's Short Track and medal ceremonies.

Primetime Replay American stars are on display as Lindsey Vonn (downhill), Shaun White
(halfpipe) and Shani Davis (1000m Speed Skating) compete for gold.
Women's Biathlon Russia and Sweden have dominated Biathlon so far this season, but now
a gold medal is on the line in the women's 15km.

Women's Snowboarding Women's Halfpipe qualifying features a trio of talented Americans.
Watch live as Torino gold medalist Hannah Teter tries to defend her title against Salt Lake
City gold medalist Kelly Clark and 2006 silver medalist Gretchen Bleiler.

Primetime Evan Lysacek continues his quest for Figure Skating gold live (ET/CT) in the free
skate. Also women's Snowboarding and Speed Skating (1000m).
Late Night The world's top Skeleton riders rocket down the fastest track in the world
headfirst and face down at speeds exceeding 80 mph. As first- and second-run competition
begins, watch for Americans Katie Uhlaender and Noelle Pikus-Pace, the 2007 world
champion who makes her deferred Olympic debut after a broken leg kept her from
competing at Torino. Plus men's 20km Biathlon and medal ceremonies for Speed Skating,
Short Track and halfpipe.


Primetime Replay Evan Lysacek continues his quest for Figure Skating gold in the free
skate. Also women's Snowboarding and Speed Skating (1000m).
Daytime Chandra Crawford looks for a home field advantage at Whistler as Cross Country
airs live (ET/CT). Plus, a recap of last night's Figure Skating.
Primetime Ice dancing begins as Americans Tanith Belbin and Ben Agosto aim to improve
on their silver from Torino (live ET/CT). Plus, women's Skeleton.
Late Night Men's Alpine, women's Cross Country and women's Snowboarding medal
ceremonies. Plus, recap of the day's action from Vancouver.
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Primetime Replay Ice dancing begins as Americans Tanith Belbin and Ben Agosto aim to
improve on their silver from Torino. Plus, women's Skeleton.

Women's Freestyle Skiing Watch live as competitors soar nearly 60 feet into the air as
Freestyle Skiing takes center stage from Whistler. American Emily Cook looks to improve
on her fourth-place finish in Worlds, but she'll have to compete with a talented Chinese
contingent and some of the sport's pioneers, including Australia's Jacqui Cooper.


Ski Jumping Ski Jumping moves to the large hill where athletes reach speeds near 60mph
and can soar more than 400 feet. Watch live as Swiss star Simon Ammann (a standout at
Salt Lake) and 19-year-old Austrian sensation Gregor Schlierenzauer compete for gold.

Men's Cross Country Ola Vigen Hattestad and Petter Northug Jr. lead gold medal-favorite
Norway in the men's 30km pursuit live from Whistler.


Primetime Lindsey Vonn in the super-G, plus U.S. speedsters (live ET/CT) on tracks both
short (Apolo Ohno, 1000m) and long (Shani Davis, 1500m), and the two-man Bobsled.

Late Night Katherine Reutter looks to cap a breakthrough year with an Olympic medal in
Short Track (1500m). Plus, the day's medal ceremonies.

Primetime Replay Lindsey Vonn is back on the slopes for the women's super G. Also, Shani
Davis returns for men's Short Track. Plus, two-man Bobsled.
Freestyle Skiing Ski Cross officially debuts as an Olympic sport live (ET/CT) as coverage
begins from Whistler.
Men's Biathlon The popular men's mass start Biathlon event kicks off live. Watch for
American Tim Burke, who comes to Vancouver with a chance to win Team USA's first ever
Biathlon medal.


Men's Hockey Jaromir Jagr and Patrik Elias lead the Czech Republic against NHL superstar
Alexander Ovechkin and Russia as Olympic Hockey continues from Vancouver.
Primetime Ice dancing continues live (ET/CT) with original dance as Tanith Belbin and Ben
Agosto continue their gold medal quest. Also, men's giant slalom.
Late Night Olympic action from Whistler features women's 12.5km Biathlon. Plus, medal
ceremonies for Short Track, Bobsled, Ski Cross and Speed Skating.
Primetime Replay Ice dancing continues with original dance as Tanith Belbin and Ben
Agosto continue their gold medal quest. Plus, analysis and a preview of ladies' Figure
Skating. Also, men's giant slalom.


Daytime Live (ET/CT) from Whistler: semifinal and final round men's and women's Cross
Country (team sprints).
Primetime Ice dancing concludes live (ET/CT) with the free dance as Tanith Belbin and Ben
Agosto skate for gold. Also, Freestyle Skiing and Ski Jumping.

Late Night Medal ceremonies for Cross Country (men's and women's team sprint) and Ski
Jumping (K-120 team). Plus, men's elimination round Hockey and the day's highlights.

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Primetime Replay Ice dancing concludes with the free dance as Tanith Belbin and Ben
Agosto skate for gold. Also, Freestyle Skiing and Ski Jumping.
Daytime Torino silver medalist Chad Hedrick looks to return to the podium in 10,000m
Speed Skating (live ET/CT). Also, women's Biathlon (4x6k relay) and Freestyle Skiing
(women's ski cross).

Primetime U.S. national champion Rachel Flatt and runner-up Mirai Nagasu begin their
quest for Olympic gold as figure skating begins with the women's short program live
(ET/CT). Plus Freestyle skiing (women's ski cross qualifying and final), women's Bobsled
and Nordic combined.

Late Night Americans Rachel Flatt and Mirai Nagasu headlined the first day of women's
Figure Skating. A complete recap of the short program. Plus, medal ceremonies for Ski
Cross and Speed Skating.

Primetime Replay U.S. national champion Rachel Flatt and runner-up Mirai Nagasu begin
their quest for Olympic gold as figure skating begins with the women's short program. Plus
Freestyle skiing (women's ski cross qualifying and final), women's Bobsled and Nordic
combined.
Daytime With Ryan Miller in net, team USA continues its quest for Hockey gold live (ET/CT)
as the Olympic quarterfinal round takes center ice.
Primetime Short Track star Apolo Ohno returns to the ice for the 500m live (ET/CT). Also,
Bobsled and Lindsey Vonn in the giant slalom. Plus, women's Short Track -- 3,000m relay
gold medal final.

Late Night Second in the '09-10 World Cup season, Katherine Reutter carries U.S. Short
Track hopes in the 1000m. Plus, Speed Skating and medal ceremonies.

Primetime Replay Short Track star Apolo Ohno returns to the ice for the 500m. Also,
Bobsled and Lindsey Vonn in the giant slalom.

Daytime Watch as the women take their turn racing through the picturesque forests around
Whistler as one of the Cross Country's classic events (the 4x5k relay) unfolds live. Plus,
NBC provides an exclusive look at primetime's main event: the ladies free skate.

Primetime Americans Rachel Flatt and Mirai Nagasu continue their quest for gold live
(ET/CT) with the women's free skate. Also, American Ryan St. Onge competes live in
Freestyle Skiing.
Late Night NBC recaps Sasha Cohen's and Rachael Flatt's free skates and the final day of
women's Figure Skating. Plus, medal ceremonies.

Primetime Replay Figure Skating concludes with the women's free skate as Americans
Rachel Flatt and Mirai Nagasu go for gold. Also, the gold medal matchup in women's
Hockey, and American Ryan St. Onge competes in Freestyle Skiing.
Daytime Ryan Miller and U.S. men's Hockey team head into the semifinal round (live
ET/CT) with a medal in sight.

Primetime Expect Lindsey Vonn to be competitive in her final event at Vancouver, the
slalom. Plus, Apolo Ohno races for Short Track gold live (ET/CT). Also, women's Short
Track (1,000m gold medal final).



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Late Night Snowboarding is spotlighted as the women take to Whistler's slopes for
Snowboarding (PGS gold medal final). Plus, medal ceremonies.

Primetime Replay Expect Lindsey Vonn to be competitive in her final event at Vancouver,
the slalom. Plus, Apolo Ohno races for Short Track gold.
Daytime The Americans look to head home on a high note in the final Speed Skating event
(pursuit). Plus, Team Canada looks to put an exclamation point on the Games in men's
Snowboarding (PGS).

Primetime Figure Skating concludes with the Champions Gala. Plus, Alpine Skiing (men's
slalom), Bobsled (four man) and Snowboard (men's parallel).

Primetime Replay Figure Skating concludes with the Champions Gala. Plus, Alpine Skiing
(men's slalom), Bobsled (four man) and Snowboard (men's parallel).
Men's Cross Country On Day 17 of the Vancouver Olympics, the final gold medals are
awarded. Watch live coverage of men's Cross Country.
Men's Hockey The final puck of the Winter Olympics drops in Vancouver as gold medal
Hockey takes center ice.
Primetime The 21st Winter Olympic Games conclude with the live (ET/CT) Closing
Ceremony from Vancouver.
Late Night TBD
Primetime Replay The 21st Winter Olympic Games conclude with the Closing Ceremony
from Vancouver.




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