TEN: SOCHI TONIGHT
6.00PM- 6.30PM AEST (11.00AM- 11.30AM IN RUSSIA)
Hosted by Stephen Quartermain, Alisa Camplin and H.G Nelson, Sochi Tonight spearheads TEN’s nightly prime- time coverage. The ultimate viewer’s guide to the Winter Games, Sochi Tonight previews the upcoming events and competitors, as well as featuring live sport from the qualifying rounds.
TEN: SOCHI Live
8.30PM - MIDNIGHT AEST (2.30PM- 5.00PM IN RUSSIA)
Live from Sochi, Russia; join Mel McLaughlin, Steven Bradbury and Steven Lee with live sport and competition right through prime time. Greta Small competes tonight in alpine skiing. At just 18, she is one of the team’s youngest competitors and also one of the busiest, competing across five events. Originally hailing from Perth, Greta currently lives in Austria for nine months of the year.
Plus, tune in for Roy and H.G’s Russian Revolution from the Samsung Stadium, where the duo will deliver their own inimitable commentary on the Winter Games.
• Alpine – Women’s Super Combined – Slalom – GOLD (Featuring Australia’s Greta Small)
• Figure Skating – Team Gold Highlights
• Short Track: Men’s 1500m Final – GOLD
￼TEN: SOCHI Live MIDNIGHT - 6.30AM AEST (5.00PM- 11.30PM IN RUSSIA)
DO NOT MISS MENS MOGULS FINALS
Join TEN’s Brad McEwan for live sport including the men’s moguls final with Australian athletes Dale Begg-Smith and Matt Graham, plus Daniel Greig in the speed skating.
Dale Begg-Smith is one of Australia’s most accomplished Winter Olympians. At the 2006 Olympics in Torino, aged just 21, he became Australia’s first skiing medallist and also became the youngest men’s moguls’ skier to win Olympics Gold. In Vancouver 2010 he came agonisingly close to defending his title, but was pipped at the post, winning a Silver Medal. He took three years off after Vancouver and his coach says he’s gearing up for “one last great (mogul’s) performance” in Sochi. Matt Graham is currently Australia’s top ranked moguls athlete and at just 19 years old, he’s relishing the opportunity to compete alongside his moguls mentor Dale Begg-Smith.
Daniel Greig put in a groundbreaking performance at the world sprint championships in Japan to become the first Australian to stand on the podium. At 22 years old, he’s young for an elite sprint skater, particularly as he only made the transition to the ice five years ago, but he is making waves on the world stage.
Sam Hall burst back onto the international scene in the 2012/2013 season after missing 12 months with a knee injury. He placed sixth at the World Championships in Voss, Norway, recorded a personal best in World Cup with an eight placing and won a Nor-Am Cup event in Canada. He is looking to regain that form from the 2013 World Championships when he makes his Olympic debut in Russia.
• Men’s Moguls – Qualifying LIVE at 1.00am AEST (6.00pm in Russia) (Featuring Australia’s Dale Begg-Smith & Matt Graham)
• Men’s Moguls – Final live at 5.00am AEST (10.00pm in Russia) (Featuring Australia’s Dale Begg-Smith & Matt Graham)
￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼• Speed Skating – Men’s 500m GOLD (Featuring Australia’s Daniel Greig)
• Luge – Women’s Singles
ONE: SOCHI Live 5.57PM- MIDNIGHT AEST (10.57AM- 5.00PM IN RUSSIA)
￼Greg Rust takes ONE viewers through the evening’s sport. Greta Small competes tonight in alpine skiing. At just 18, she is one of the team’s youngest competitors and also one of the busiest, competing across five events.
• Alpine – Women’s Super Combined - Downhill (Featuring Australia’s Greta Hall)
• Short Track: - Men’s 1500m and Women’s 500m
• Women’s Ice Hockey – USA v Switzerland
ONE: SOCHI Live
MIDNIGHT- 6.00AM AEST (5.00PM- 11.00PM IN RUSSIA)
Nicole Livingstone presents live sport right through the night including the men’s 500m speed skating featuring Australia’s Daniel Greig.
• Speed Skating – Men’s 500m (Featuring Australia’s Daniel Greig)
• Luge – Women’s Singles
• Women’s Ice Hockey – Finland v Canada
• Curling – Men’s Round Robin
• Biathlon – Men’s 12.5km Pursuit – GOLD
ONE: SOCHI ENCORE 6.00AM - 6.00PM AEST
Right through each day, ONE will encore all of the best highlights, action and medals from overnight in Sochi.