It’s Team GB’s busiest day of the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games so far with 17 of the 56-strong team competing across five sports.
CURLING, ROUND-ROBIN MATCHES
Ice Cube Curling Centre
Team GB men v Germany 14.00-17.00 (local) 10.00-13.00 (UK), Team GB women v USA 19.00-22.00 (local) 15.00-18.00 (UK)
Skips David Murdoch and Eve Muirhead will look to bounce back from defeats to strongly-fancied Swedish rinks in their last games when they take on Germany and the USA respectively.
FREESTYLE SKIING, WOMEN’S SLOPESTYLE
Rosa Khutor Extreme Park
Qualifying 10.00-12.25 (local) 06.00-08.25 (UK), Final 13.00-14.05 (local) 09.00-10.05 (UK)
Katie Summerhayes is the latest Brit to take to the slopestyle course at the Rosa Khutor Extreme Park – 48 hours after Jenny Jones won a historic bronze in the snowboard equivalent.
Summerhayes won the second World Cup medal of her career in Switzerland last month and is the only member of the British team to have competed at the inaugural Winter Youth Olympic Games in 2012.
CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING, MEN’S AND WOMEN’S SPRINT
Laura Cross Country Ski and Biathlon Center
Qualifying 14.00-14.50 (local) 10.00-10.50 (UK) Quarter-finals to Final 16.00-17.50 (local) 12.00-13.50 (UK)
After Callum Smith was the only British cross-country skier to compete in either of the men’s or women’s skiathlons, all four members of the nordic team will race in the sprints.
Andrew Musgrave will be one to watch after his victory in the sprint at the Norwegian Championships last month and is joined by Smith and Andrew Young.
Musgrave isn’t among the 23 seeded in qualifying but wears bib No.27 while Young wears No.49 and Smith No.77. Musgrave’s older sister Rosamund Musgrave will be the 44th skier to go in women's qualifying.
SNOWBOARDING, MEN’S HALFPIPE
Rosa Khutor Extreme Park
Qualifying 14.00-17.05 (local) 10.00-11.05 (UK), Semi-final 19.00-20.00 (local) 15.00-16.00 (UK), Final 21.30-22.35 (local) 17.30-18.35 (UK)
Ben Kilner and Dom Harington will compete for Team GB in the snowboard halfpipe.
Kilner finished 16th on his Olympic debut at Vancouver 2010 while Harington appears at the Games for the first time.
FIGURE SKATING, PAIRS
Iceberg Skating Palace
Short Programme 19.00-22.25 (local) 15.00-18.25 (UK)
After Great Britain competed in the first-ever figure skating team event to be held at the Winter Olympics, pairs couple Stacey Kemp and David King start their individual campaign.
They will perform their short programme again at the Iceberg Skating Palace with the free skate set for the following day. Kemp and King finished 20th in the pairs on their Olympic debut at Vancouver 2010.
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