Can Canada take gold in pairs figure skating? Olympics schedule Monday

The Vancouver 2010 Olympics schedule today includes medal events in men's and ladies' cross-country skiing, team ski jumping, and ice dance.

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    Canada's Tessa Virtue (r.) and Scott Moir perform during the ice dance original dance figure skating competition at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics on Sunday.
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(**The headline on this article should more accurately say: "Can Canada take gold in ice dance?")

Olympic events schedule: Monday Feb. 22, 2010

Coverage on USA Network begins at (9 am) 12 pm EST

NBC-TV begins at (2 pm) 5 pm EST

MSNBC-TV will not have coverage today.

Click on the name of the sport for information about the event and who to watch:

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9:00 am (12:00 pm EST) CURLING - Men

  • France vs. Norway
  • Canada vs. USA
  • Germany vs. China
  • Switzerland vs. Sweden

10:00 am (1:00 pm EST) SKI JUMPING - Team 1st round

10:45 am (1:45 pm EST) CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING - Ladies' team sprint free semifinals

11:00 pm (2:00 pm EST) SKI JUMPING - Team final round, medal event

11:35 am (2:35 pm EST) CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING - Men's team sprint free semifinals

12:00 pm (3:00 pm EST) HOCKEY - Women's, USA vs. Sweden

1:00 pm (4:00 pm EST) CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING - Ladies' team sprint free final, medal event

1:29 pm (4:29 pm EST) CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING - Men's team sprint free final, medal event

2:00 pm (5:00 pm EST) CURLING - Men

  • Russia vs. China
  • Japan vs. Switzerland
  • Sweden vs. Canada
  • Great Britain vs. Denmark

2:00 pm (5 pm EST) HOCKEY - Women, China vs. Slovakia

4:45 pm (7:45 pm EST) FIGURE SKATING - Pairs ice dance, medal event

5:00 pm (8 pm EST) HOCKEY - Women, Canada vs. Finland

6:00 pm (9 pm EST) FREESTYLE SKIING - Men's aerials qualification

7:00 pm (10:00 pm EST) CURLING - Men

  • Germany vs. Great Britain
  • France vs. Denmark
  • China vs. USA

7:00 pm (10 pm EST) HOCKEY - Women, Switerland vs. Russia

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