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WMBF News Olympics Coverage Schedule - Thursday, February 20

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Here is the NBC Olympics coverage airing on WMBF News, Thursday, February 20, 2014 :

NBC Daytime 12pm – 3pm

Hockey (W): Gold Medal Final

The women's Hockey final features perennial powers Canada and the United States. Team USA out-shot Sweden 70-9 in a 6-1 semifinal thrashing. Their lone loss came in group play to the Canadians, who are undefeated in Sochi and winners of the previous three gold medals. Note: NBC network coverage is LIVE in all time zones.

The Olympic Zone 7:30pm – 8pm

(New) The region's athletes competing in the Winter Olympics in Sochi are featured by the WMBF news team, showcasing how they fared in the Olympic Trials.

NBC Primetime 8pm – 11:30pm

Freestyle Skiing (Women's Halfpipe, Men's Ski Cross), Figure Skating (Ladies' Free Skate)

Yuna Kim looks to repeat her Vancouver perfection in the ladies' free skate. In women's halfpipe Freestyle Skiing, the U.S. has a deep team of contenders, led by 19-year-old Maddie Bowman and 20-year-old Devin Logan. And 2013 world ski cross bronze medalist John Teller, an auto mechanic from California, could earn a podium spot.

NBC Latenight 1am – 2am

Nordic Combined (Team Large Hill)

After earning a historic silver medal in this event in Vancouver, the U.S. claimed bronze at the 2013 World Championships. Led by Vancouver large hill gold medalist Bill Demong, the Americans cannot be counted out in Sochi.

NBC Prime Replay 2am – 4:30am

Freestyle Skiing (Women's Halfpipe, Men's Ski Cross), Figure Skating (Ladies' Recap)

A re-air of the NBC Primetime show from Thursday, Feb. 20. Yuna Kim looks to repeat her Vancouver perfection in the ladies' free skate. In women's halfpipe Freestyle Skiing, the U.S. has a deep team of contenders, led by 19-year-old Maddie Bowman and 20-year-old Devin Logan. And 2013 world ski cross bronze medalist John Teller, an auto mechanic from California, could earn a podium spot.

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