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Winter Olympic Games Day 9 Sunday TV Guide @SochiOnTen #Sochi2014

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Torah Bright

Torah Bright

DAY 9: SUNDAY 16TH FEBRUARY - MONDAY 17TH FEBRUARY ON TEN

TEN: SOCHI TONIGHT

6.00PM - 6.30PM AEST (11.00AM - 11.30AM IN RUSSIA)

Hosted by Stephen Quartermain and Alisa Camplin from TEN’s Melbourne studio, 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

8.13PM - MIDNIGHT AEST (1.30PM - 5.00PM IN RUSSIA) DO NOT MISS TORAH BRIGHT

Live from Sochi, Russia; join Mel McLaughlin, Steven Bradbury and Steven Lee with live sport and competition right through prime time. Torah Bright will be aiming to take Gold for her country in the snowboard cross. In Sochi she will attempt to become the first snowboarder to compete in three disciplines at the one Winter Games, tackling the new event of slopestyle along with snowboard cross and halfpipe.

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.

Highlights Include:

• Women’s Snowboard Cross – FINAL LIVE at 8.15 AEST (1.15pm in Russia) (Featuring Australia’s Torah Bright and Belle Brockhoff)

• Alpine – Men’s Super G

• Men’s Ice Hockey – Slovaki v USA



TEN: SOCHI Live MIDNIGHT

6.30AM AEST (5.00PM - 11.30PM IN RUSSIA)

Brad McEwan guides viewers through the live sport as it happens. Ice dance due Danielle O’Brien and Greg Merriman compete tonight. The pair were teamed up in 1998 and have been dancing on the international stage since 2002. They missed qualifying for the Vancouver Games by one day when Greg was hospitalised with an infection around his heart. The most decorated ice dance pair in Australian history, have a point to prove in Sochi.

Heath Spence and Duncan Harvey have made the grade and will compete for Australia in the two-man bobsleigh. Missing out on qualifying in 2010, pilot Heath Spence moved to Calgary full-time to perfect his training and will pilot the two and four man bob-sleigh in Sochi.

Highlights Include:

• Figure Skating – Ice Dance – Short Program (Featuring Australia’s Danielle O’Brien and Greg Merriman)

• Bobsleigh – two man (Featuring Australia’s Heath Spence and Duncan Harvey)

• Men’s Ice Hockey – Slovaki v USA



DAY 9: SUNDAY 16TH FEBRUARY - MONDAY 17TH FEBRUARY ON TEN

ONE: SOCHI Live

6.00PM - MIDNIGHT AEST (11.00AM - 5.00PM IN RUSSIA)

Greg Rust takes ONE viewers through the evening’s live sporting action from Sochi. Highlights Include:

• Snowboard Cross LIVE at 6.00pm AEST (11.00am in Russia) – Women’s Seeding and Final (Featuring Australia’s Torah Bright and Belle Brockhoff)

• Cross Country – Men’s 4 x 10km Relay – GOLD

• Alpine – Men’s Super G

• Men’s Ice Hockey – Austria v Norway

• Men’s Ice Hockey – Russia v Slovakia

 

ONE: SOCHI Live MIDNIGHT

6.30AM AEST (5.00PM - 11.30PM IN RUSSIA)

Nicole Livingstone presents live sport right through the night.

Heath Spence and Duncan Harvey have made the grade and will compete for Australia in the two-man bobsleigh. Missing out on qualifying in 2010, pilot Heath Spence moved to Calgary full-time to perfect his training and will pilot the two and four man bob-sleigh in Sochi

Highlights Include:

• Speed Skating – Women’s 1500m – GOLD

• Bobsleigh – two man (Featuring Australia’s Heath Spence and Duncan Harvey) • Men’s Ice Hockey – Russia v Slovakia

• Men’s Ice Hockey – Finland v Canada

• Biathlon – Men’s 15km Mass Start – GOLD

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