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To watch tonight and tonight at the Beijing Olympics

To watch tonight and tonight at the Beijing Olympics

Saturday night kicks off with the men’s curling match between Canada and the United States at 8:05 p.m. EST. Brad Joshua’s team lost two consecutive matches, The latest against Sweden.

At 8:30 p.m. (EST), Cynthia Appiah and Christine De Bruyne will compete in the first two rounds of the women’s monopop event, in bobsleigh.

At 9:15 p.m. EDT, Eric Reed and Trevor Phelp will be at the starting gate for the first round of the men’s giant slalom. Round two starts at 12:45 a.m. (EST) on Sunday.

At 11pm EST, Olivia Asselin and Megan Oldham will attempt to qualify for the women’s figure skating final.

At 11:10 p.m. (EST), Slovakia and Latvia face off in men’s ice hockey.

Early at night Saturday through Sunday, 1:05 a.m. (EST), we’re back to curling, but this time to the women’s championship. The Canadian national team will face Switzerland.

Like the men, the team led by Jennifer Jones just suffered two straight defeats. A ray of hope, because the representatives of the maple leaf He lost a close match, 7-6, against the Swedish Olympic champion.

The men’s free and classic 4 x 10 km cross-country ski relay begins at 2 a.m. (EST) on Sunday.

The Canadian men’s hockey team will be looking to get back to winning ways, this time against China.

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The men’s hockey tournament continues with three more matches overnight and Sunday morning :

  • At 3:40AM EDT Finland plays Sweden;
  • At 8:10 AM (EST), the United States faces Germany.
  • At 8:10 AM (EST), Canada plays China.
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The United States took the lead in the first group After defeating Canada.

At 4:00 a.m. (EST) on Sunday, Emma Lander will be at the starting line for the women’s 10km biathlon chase.

Brothers Scott, Christian Gau, Jules Pernot and Adam Runwells will compete in the same event, but over a distance of 12.5 km for the men starting at 5:45 a.m. (EST).

Two events will be presented starting at 6 a.m. (EST) on Sunday at a short track speed skating: the men’s 500m race and the women’s 3000m relay final.

Stephen Dubois and Jordan-Pierre Gill will compete in the men’s 500m.

The relay consists of Kim Putin, Courtney Sarlault, Florence Brunel and Alison Charles It will be there for the women.

Also at 6 a.m. (EDT), Marion Thinault, Flavi Omond and Nomi Boudreaux-Gurten will qualify for the women’s jump and free skate.

Finally, at 8:00 AM EST, Ted Jean Plomin, Jordan Belchos, Conor Howe and Tyson Langelaar will be looking to push Canada forward in the men’s long track speed skating team qualifying. There will also be a women’s 500m final. We’ll be watching Brooklyn McDougall, Heather MacLean, and Marsha Hody.