Ten’s Entire Sochi Schedule

Ten has released it’s full schedule for the Winter Olympics and it’s impressive. All the fun kicks off Friday night.

8:30 Thursday February 6 on Ten

Sochi’s Big Bash Join host Stephen Quartermain, TEN’s KFC T20 Big Bash League expert commentary team and TEN Sport’s Mel McLaughlin on the eve of an unmissable night of sport on TEN.

With highlights of what has been an explosive season of T20 cricket, the team preview the hotly anticipated final match of the Big Bash League, plus take a look ahead to the Olympic Winter Games in the final countdown to the Opening Ceremony on Friday.

Sochi’s Big Bash will cross to the Australian Olympic Team reception in Russia for the announcement of the prestigious flag-bearer role for the Opening Ceremony the following day. With the Australian Olympic Committee having sent its biggest and best team of winter athletes yet, selectors are set to have a difficult decision on their hands in selecting the flag-bearer for the Sochi Games.

With action on the slopes in Sochi already underway, Sochi’s Big Bash will also join Mark Howard live on the mountain for Aussie golden girl Torah Bright, Australian rising star Scotty James and US superstar Shaun White’s Snowboard Slopestyle qualification runs

10.50PM FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7 On Ten

Opening Ceremony Countdown

Network Ten is proud to deliver the biggest free-to-air broadcast of an Olympic Winter Games in Australian television history.

From tonight’s Opening Ceremony until the Closing Ceremony on Sunday, February 23, TEN and ONE will broadcast more than 368 hours of live action from Sochi, and 550 hours of competition in total, featuring a record 98 events across 15 sports and disciplines.

Eight dedicated channels will also be available on tenplay and via our dedicated Sochi 2014 On Ten app for iOS and Android, enabling viewers to watch their favourite events and athletes anywhere and at any time.

Australia has assembled its biggest, and best, Winter Games team in history for Sochi. It will boast defending Olympic champions, world champions, Winter X medallists, World Cup event winners, a dual Summer Olympian and several rising stars.

Our very real gold medal chances include Lydia Lassila, Torah Bright, Alex “Chumpy” Pullin, David Morris and Russ Henshaw.

It’s time to get behind this talented team of athletes who are chasing a record medal haul and competing for the pride of their country.

Join Mel McLaughlin in Sochi with a host of guests including Steven Bradbury as we look ahead to the games and countdown to the opening ceremony which will be simulcast on TEN and ONE at 2:50am.

Day 1 Saturday 9 – Sunday 10 February on Ten

6pm – 6:30pm Sochi Tonight

Sochi Live kicks off at 7.30pm- midnight AEST (12.30pm- 5.00pm in Russia)

do not miss Shaun White and Scotty James and the opening ceremony.

Highlights include:

  • LIVE Men’s Snowboard Slopestyle Final at 7.30pm (Featuring Shaun White)
  • Opening Ceremony replay
  • Speed Skating – Men’s 5000m

 

Sochi live

MIDNIGHT – 6.30am AEST (5.00pm- 11.30pm in Russia)

Highlights include:

  • Women’s Moguls – Qualifying (Featuring Australia’s Britt Cox, Nicole Parks and Taylah O’Neill)
  •  Women’s Moguls – Final at 5.00am AEST (10.00 in Russia)
  • Figure Skating – Team Event
  • Luge – Men’s Singles (Featuring Australia’s Alex Ferlazzo)
  • Speed Skating – Men’s 5000m – GOLD

 

 

Day 1: Saturday 8th February – Sunday 9th February on One

Sochi live

4.25pm – midnight AEST (9.25am – 5.00pm in Russia)

Highlights include:

• Men’s Snowboard Slopestyle Semi-Finals Live at 4.30pm AEST – (Featuring Scotty James and Shaun White)

• Figure Skating – Team Event Highlights

• Speed Skating – Men’s 5000m

• Women’s Ice Hockey – USA v Finland

• Cross Country – Women’s 15km Skiathlon – GOLD

Sochi live

Midnight – 6.00am AEST (5.00pm -11.00pm in Russia)

Highlights include:

• Luge – Men’s Singles (Featuring Australia’s Alex Ferlazzo)

• Ski Jump – Men’s NH Qualifying

• Figure Skating – Team Event

• Women’s Ice Hockey – Canada v Switzerland

• Speed Skating – Men’s 5000m

Sochi encore

6.00am – 6.00pm AEST

Day 2: Sunday 9th February – Monday 10th February on Ten

 

Sochi tonight

6.00pm – 6.30pm AEST (11.00am – 11.30am in Russia)

Sochi live

8.13pm – midnight AEST (2.13pm- 5.00pm in Russia)

Highlights include:

• Women’s Snowboard Slopestyle – Final LIVE at 8.15pm AEST (Featuring Australia’s Torah Bright)

• Alpine – Men’s Downhill

• Figure Skating – Team Event Highlights

Sochi LIVE

Midnight – 6.30am AEST (5.00pm – 11.30pm in Russia)

 

Highlights include:

 

• Figure Skating – Team Event – GOLD

• Luge – Men’s Singles – GOLD (Featuring Australia’s Alex Ferlazzo)

• Ski Jump – Men’s Individual NH – GOLD

• Women’s Ice Hockey – Russia v Germany

 

Day 2: Sunday 9th February – Monday 10th February on One

Sochi live

5.27pm- midnight AEST  (10.27am- 5.00pm in Russia)

Highlights Include:

• Women’s Snowboard Slopestyle -Semi Finals live at 5.30pm and finals live at 8.15pm AEST (Featuring Australia’s Torah Bright)

• Alpine – Men’s Downhill – GOLD

• Speed Skating – Women’s 3000m

• Cross Country – Men’s 30km Skiathlon – GOLD

Sochi live

Midnight – 6.00am AEST (5.00pm – 11.00pm in Russia)

Nicole Livingstone takes over presenting duties on ONE for what could be a huge night for young luge hopeful Alex Ferlazzo. He was the first Australian to win a junior World Cup medal (bronze) last year but in the 38th position, he currently occupies the last place on the Olympic ranking list.

 

Highlights Include:

• Luge – Men’s Singles – GOLD (Featuring Australia’s Alex Ferlazzo)

• Ski Jump – Men’s NH

• Women’s Ice Hockey – Russia v Germany

• Biathlon – Women’s – 7.5km Sprint – GOLD

Sochi encore

6.00am – 6.00pm AEST

Day 3: MONDAY 10th February- TUESDAY 11TH February on ten

 

Sochi tonight

6.00pm – 6.30pm AEST (11.00am – 11.30am in Russia)

 

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.

 

Highlights Include:

• Alpine – Women’s Super Combined – Slalom – GOLD (Featuring Australia’s Greta Small)

• Figure Skating – Team Gold Highlights

• Short Track: Men’s 1500m Final – GOLD

Sochi LIVE

Midnight – 6.30am AEST (5.00pm – 11.30pm in Russia)

Do not miss mens moguls finals

Highlights Include:

• 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

Day 3: Monday 10th February – Tuesday 11th February on 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.

 

Highlights Include:

• 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

 

Sochi live

5.57pm- midnight AEST (10.57am- 5.00pm in Russia)

 

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.

 

Highlights Include:

• 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

 

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.

 

Day 4: TUESDAY 11th February – Wednesday 12th February on ten

 

Sochi tonight

6.00pm – 6.30pm AEST (11.00am – 11.30am in Russia)

Sochi live

8.28pm – midnight AEST (1.28pm – 5.00pm in Russia) Do not miss Scotty

Live from Sochi, Russia, join Mel McLaughlin, Steven Bradbury and Steven Lee with live sport and competition right through prime time. It’s a strong night for Australian competitors with some real medal hopefuls taking to the Olympic stage including Anna Segal, Nate Johnstone and Scotty James.

Scotty James in particular has enjoyed a real break-through season in the halfpipe, with hopes to find himself in the top 10 in Sochi. Nate Johnstone is the 2011 world champion in snowboard halfpipe, while Anna Segal is also a former world champion. Both will be hoping to find their best form again in their respective sports.

 

Highlights Include:

• Women’s Ski Slopestyle – FINAL LIVE at 8.30pm AEST (1.30pm in Russia) (Featuring Australia’s Anna Segal)

• Men’s Snowboard – Halfpipe – LIVE at 9.00pm AEST (2.00pm in Russia) (Featuring Australia’s Nate

Johnstone, Scotty James and Kent Callister and US Superstar Shaun White

Sochi LIVE

Midnight – 6.30am AEST (5.00pm – 11.30pm in Russia) Do not miss SHAUN WHITE

 

Highlights Include:

• Men’s Snowboard – Halfpipe – Semi Finals LIVE at 2.00am AEST (7.00pm in Russia) Finals LIVE at 4.30am AEST (9.30am in Russia)

• Figure Skating – Pairs Short Program

• Ski Jump – Women’s NH – GOLD

• Speed Skating – Women’s 500m – GOLD

• Luge – Women’s Singles – GOLD

Day 4: Tuesday 11th February – Wednesday 12th February on one

Sochi live

4.55pm- midnight AEST (9.55am – 5.00pm in Russia)

Greg Rust takes ONE viewers through the evening’s sport including Australian medal hopeful Anna Segal in the qualifying for the women’s ski slopestyle. Anna bagged gold when slopestyle was first introduced at the Winter X Games and did the same when FIS debuted slopestyle at the World Ski Championships in 2011. She is undoubtedly eyeing up the Olympic podium and will be hoping for her best performance yet.

 

Highlights Include:

• Women’s Ski Slopestyle – Qualifying – LIVE at 5.00pm AEST (10.00am in Russia) (Featuring Australia’s Anna Segal)

• Women’s Ski Slopestyle – FINAL – LIVE at 8.00pm AEST (1.00pm in Russia)

• Women’s Ice Hockey – Germany v Sweden

• Cross Country – Men’s and Women’s Sprint – GOLD

Sochi live

Midnight – 6.00am aest (5.00pm – 11.00pm in russia )

 

Highlights Include:

• Figure Skating – Pairs Short Program

• Luge – Women’s Singles – GOLD

• Speed Skating – Women’s 500m – GOLD

• Ski Jump – Women’s Normal Hill – GOLD

• Cross Country – Men’s and Women’s Sprint – GOLD

• Biathlon – Women’s 10km Pursuit – GOLD

Sochi encore

6.00am – 6.00pm AEST

Day 5: Wednesday 12th February – Thursday 13th February on Ten

Sochi tonight

6.00pm – 6.30pm AEST (11.00am – 11.30am in Russia)

Sochi live

8.30pm – midnight AEST (1.30pm – 5.00pm in Russia) Do not miss Torah Bright in action

 

Live from Sochi, Russia, join Mel McLaughlin, Steven Bradbury and Steven Lee with live sport and competition right through prime time. Don’t miss the opportunity to see Australia’s golden girl Torah Bright in action in the women’s snowboard halfpipe, along with fellow Australian Holly Crawford who is competing at her third Olympic Games and hoping to beat her last record of eighth in competition.

 

Highlights Include:

• Women’s Snowboard Halfpipe LIVE at 9.00pm AEST (2.00pm in Russia) (Featuring Australia’s Torah Bright and Holly Crawford)

• Alpine – Women’s Downhill – GOLD (Featuring Australia’s Greta Small)

Sochi LIVE

MIDNIGHT – 6.30am AEST (5.00pm- 11.30pm in Russia) Do not miss Torah Bright in action

Join TEN’s Brad McEwan for the live final of the women’s snowboard halfpipe. Can Australia’s Torah Bright recreate her amazing success at Vancouver and bring home the Gold Medal? Plus Aussie favourite speed skater Daniel Greig hopes to impress in the men’s 1000m.

 

Highlights Include:

• Women’s Snowboard Halfpipe – Semi Finals

• Women’s Snowboard Halfpipe – Final LIVE at 4.30am AEST (9.30pm in Russia) (Featuring Australia’s Torah Bright & Holly Crawford)

• Figure Skating – Pairs Free Program – GOLD

• Speed Skating – Men’s 1000m (Featuring Australia’s Daniel Greig)

• Luge – Doubles – GOLD

Day 5: Wednesday 12th February – Thursday 13th February on one

Sochi live

5.57pm – midnight AEST (10.57am- 5.00pm in Russia)

Highlights Include:

• Alpine – Women’s Downhill – GOLD (Featuring Australia’s Greta Small)

• Nordic Combined – Men Individual NH – GOLD

• Women’s Ice Hockey – Canada v USA

• Women’s Ice Hockey – Switzerland v Finland

• Snowboard Halfpipe – Highlights Men’s & Women’s

Sochi live

Midnight – 6.30am AEST (5.00pm – 11.30pm in Russia)

Nicole Livingstone presents live sport right through the night. With the dream of competing at the Olympics, Daniel moved to the Enschede in the Netherlands when he was 17-years-old in order to learn to ice skate. One of only a handful of skaters in history to race a 34 second 500m before the age of 21, Sochi marks his Olympic debut.

 

Highlights Include:

• Women’s Ice Hockey – CAN v USA

• Speed Skating – Men’s 1000m – GOLD (Featuring Australia’s Daniel Greig)

• Luge – Doubles – GOLD

• Men’s Ice Hockey – LAT v SUI

Sochi encore

6.00am – 6.00pm AEST

 

Day 6: Thursday 13th February – Friday 14th February on Ten

Sochi tonight

6.00pm – 6.30pm AEST (11.00am – 11.30am in Russia)

Sochi live

8.28pm – midnight AEST (1.28pm – 5.00pm in Russia) Do not miss Russ Henshaw and Michelle Steele in action

 

Live from Sochi, Russia, join Mel Mclaughlin, Steven Bradbury and Steven Lee with live sport and competition right through prime time. Tonight is a massive night for Russ Henshaw. The men’s ski slopestyle is an entirely new event this year and tipped at number three in the world, Russ will be aiming to take to the podium in the final.

Queenslander Michelle Steele is one to watch. She missed out on competing in Vancouver and will be hoping in Russia to better her last Olympics performance which saw her in 13th position after the 2006 Torino Winter Games. Teammate Lucy Chaffer from West Australia makes her Winter Olympics debut in Sochi. Both girls put in an amazing effort at the World Cup and are a very real medal chance going into Sochi.

 

Highlights Include:

• Men’s Ski Slopestyle – FINAL – LIVE at 8.30pm (1.30pm in Russia) (Featuring Australia’s Russ Henshaw)

• Women’s Skeleton (Featuring Australia’s Michelle Steele and Lucy Chaffer)

• Figure Skating – Highlights Pairs Gold

• Short Track – Women’s 500m – GOLD

• Men’s Ice Hockey – Russia v Slovenia

Sochi LIVE

Midnight – 6.30am AEST (5.00pm – 11.30pm in Russia) Do not miss Torah Bright in action

 

Brad McEwan guides viewers through the live sport as it happens. Figure skater Brendan Kerry is competing in his first Olympic Winter Games, after defying the odds and a broken wrist to finish fourth out of the athletes seeking qualification. With the top six going to Sochi, this proved to be enough to see the Sydney teenager represent his country and follow in the footsteps of his mother Monica Macdonald, who competed for Australia in the 1988 Calgary Games.

 

Highlights Include:

• Figure Skating – Men’s Short Program (Featuring Australia’s Brendan Kerry)

• Speed Skating – Women’s 1000m – GOLD

• Men’s Ice Hockey – Russia v Slovenia

Day 6: Thursday 13th February – Friday 14th February on One

Sochi live

5.00pm – midnight AEST (10.00am – 5.00pm in Russia)

Greg Rust takes ONE viewers through the evening’s live sporting action from Sochi including the qualifying and final of the men’s ski slopestyle

where Russ Henshaw will be hoping to deliver the performance of his life.

 

Highlights Include:

• LIVE 1715 Men’s Ski Slopestyle – Qualifying LIVE at 5.15pm AEST (10.15am in Russia) and Final LIVE at 8.30pm (1.30pm in Russia)

(Featuring Australia’s Russ Henshaw)

• Women’s Skeleton (Featuring Australia’s Michelle Steele and Lucy Chaffer)

• Short Track – Men’s 1000m Heats

• Women’s 500m

• Men’s 5000m Relay

• Cross Country – Women’s 10km

Sochi live

Midnight – 6.30am AEST (5.00pm – 11.30pm in Russia)

 

Highlights Include:

• Women’s Ice Hockey – Canada v USA

• Speed Skating – Men’s 1000m – GOLD

• Luge – Doubles – GOLD

• Men’s Ice Hockey – Latvia v Switzerland

Sochi encore

6.00am – 6.00pm AEST

 

Day 7: Friday 14th February – SATURDAY 15TH on Ten

 

Sochi tonight

6.00pm – 6.30pm AEST (11.00am – 11.30am in Russia)

 

Sochi live

8.30pm – midnight AEST (1.30PM – 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. Aussie competitor John Farrow from Blacktown features in the skeleton tonight. Many thought John’s career was at an end after a major accident in 2011 which saw him completely destroy his knee, rupture practically every ligament in his leg and paralyse his foot. Sochi is the culmination of his remarkable comeback and John is just thrilled to be competing again for his country.

 

Highlights Include:

• Alpine – Men’s Super Combined – Slalom – GOLD

• Skeleton – Men (Featuring Australia’s John Farrow)

• Figure Skating – Men’s Short Program Highlights

 

Sochi LIVE

Midnight – 6.30am AEST (5.00pm – 11.30pm in Russia)

 

Brad McEwan guides viewers through the live sport as it happens. Australia’s Lydia Lassila takes to the slopes tonight in the aerials final, alongside fellow teammates Laura Peel and Danielle Scott.

Lydia became a household name when she claimed Gold at the Vancouver Winter Olympics. Four years on she hopes to bag back-to-back Gold Medals in the snow and create history, becoming Australia’s first dual Winter Olympics Gold medallist.

 

Highlights Include:

• Women’s Aerials – Qualifying

• Women’s Aerials – Final LIVE at 4.30am AEST (9.30pm in Russia) (Featuring Australia’s Lydia Lassila, Laura Peel and Danielle Scott)

• Figure Skating – Men’s Free Program – GOLD

• Skeleton – Women GOLD (Featuring Australia’s Michelle Steele and Lucy Chaffer)

 

Day 7: Friday 14th February – SATURDAY 15TH on ONE

 

Sochi live

5.00pm – midnight AEST (10.00am – 5.00pm in Russia)

 

Highlights Include:

• Alpine – Men’s Super Combined – Downhill

• Men’s Ice Hockey – Czech Republic v Latvia

• Men’s Ice Hockey – Sweden v Switzerland

 

Sochi live

Midnight- 6.30am AEST (5.00pm – 11.30pm in Russia)

 

Nicole Livingstone presents live sport right through the night including the women’s skeleton which could see Michelle Steele and Lucy Chaffer fighting it out to reach the podium. Plus, Australia’s comeback competitor John Farrow in the men’s skeleton.

 

Highlights Include:

• Skeleton – Women’s – GOLD (Featuring Australia’s Michelle Steele and Lucy Chaffer)

• Skeleton – Men’s (Featuring Australia’s John Farrow)

• Figure Skating – Men’s Free Program – GOLD

• Biathlon – Women’s Individual – GOLD

 

Sochi encore

6.00am – 6.00pm AEST

 

Day 8: SATURDAY 15TH FEBRUARY – SUNDAY 16TH FEBRUARY on ten

 

Sochi tonight

6.00pm – 6.30pm AEST (11.00am – 11.30am in Russia)

 

Sochi live

8.30pm – midnight AEST (1.30PM – 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. Brisbane teenager Deanna Lockett is a rising star in the short-track speed skate having enjoyed break-out World Cup performances since 2011. Sochi marks her Olympic Winter Games debut.

 

Highlights Include:

• Figure Skating – Highlights Men’s Free Program

• Short Track:

Women’s 1500m – GOLD (Featuring Australia’s Deanna Lockett)

Men’s 1000m – GOLD

• Men’s Ice Hockey – USA V Russia

 

Sochi LIVE

Midnight – 6.30am aest (5.00pm – 11.30pm in Russia)

 

Highlights Include:

• Men’s Ice Hockey – USA V Russia

• Skeleton – Men’s – GOLD (Featuring Australia’s John Farrow)

• Ski Jump – Men’s Individual LH – GOLD

 

Day 8: SATURDAY 15TH FEBRUARY- SUNDAY 16TH FEBRUARY on One

Sochi live

6.00pm – midnight AEST (11.00am – 5.00pm in Russia)

Highlights Include:

• Alpine – Women’s Super G – GOLD (Featuring Australia’s Greta Small)

• Women’s Ice Hockey – Quarter Finals

• Short Track:

Women’s 1500m (Featuring Australia’s Deanna Lockett)

Men’s 1000m

• Men’s Ice Hockey – Slovakia v Slovenia

Sochi live

Midnight – 6.30am AEST (5.00pm – 11.30pm in Russia)

Highlights Include:

• Speed Skating – Men’s 1500m – GOLD

• Women’s Curling – Preliminaries

• Men’s Ice Hockey – Game TBA

• Women’s Ice Hockey – Quarter Finals

Sochi encore

6.00am – 6.00pm aest

 

Day 9: SUNDAY 16TH FEBRUARY – Monday 17th February on Ten

 

Sochi tonight

6.00pm – 6.30pm AEST (11.00am – 11.30am in Russia)

 

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

 

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 – Slovakia v USA

 

Sochi LIVE

Midnight6.30am 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 – Slovakia v USA

 

Day 9: SUNDAY 16TH FEBRUARY – Monday 17th February on Ten

 

Sochi live

6.00pm – midnight AEST (11.00am – 5.00pm in Russia)

 

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

 

Sochi live

Midnight – 6.30am AEST (5.00pm – 11.30pm in Russia)

 

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

 

Sochi encore

6.00am – 6.00pm aest

Day 10: Monday 17th FEBRUARY – Tuesday 18th February on Ten

 

Sochi tonight

6.00pm – 6.30pm AEST (11.00am -11.30am in Russia)

 

Sochi live

7.30pm – midnight AEST (12.30PM – 5.00PM in Russia) Do not miss Alex “Chumpy” Pullin

 

Live from Sochi, Russia, join Mel McLaughlin, Steven Bradbury and Steven Lee with live sport and competition right through prime time. Snowboarding star and pin-up of the Australian team, Alex “Chumpy” Pullin will be feeling the pressure this evening. He’s won the last two World Championships and two overall World Cups in the past four years and tonight he will be hoping to put in the performance of a lifetime to add an Olympic Winter Gold Medal to his haul.

 

Highlights Include:

• Snowboard Cross – Men’s Finals GOLD LIVE at 8.30pm AEST (1.30pm in Russia) (Featuring Australia’s Alex ‘Chumpy’ Pullin, Jarryd Hughes and Cam Bolton)

• Figure Skating – Ice Dance Highlights

• Women’s Ice Hockey – Semi Final

 

Sochi LIVE

Midnight – 6.30am AEST (5.00pm – 11.30pm in Russia)

 

Brad McEwan guides viewers through the live sport as it happens. David Morris was ranked number two in the world last season for aerial skiing and has a very real chance of getting to the podium tonight.

 

Highlights Include:

• Men’s Aerials – Qualifying

• Men’s Aerials – FINAL LIVE 4.30am AEST (9.30pm in Russia) (Featuring Australia’s David Morris)

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

• Bobsleigh – two man – GOLD

 

Day 10: Monday 17th FEBRUARY – Tuesday 18th February on Ten

 

Sochi live

6.00pm – midnight AEST (11.00am – 5.00pm in Russia)

 

Highlights Include:

• Snowboard Cross – Men’s SEEDING and FINALS LIVE from 6.00pm AEST (11.00am in Russia) (Featuring Australia’s Alex ‘Chumpy’ Pullin, Jarryd Hughes and Cam Bolton)

• Curling – Men’s Preliminaries

• Women’s Ice Hockey – Semi Final

 

Sochi live

Midnight – 6.30am AEST (5.00pm – 11.30pm in Russia)

 

 

Highlights Include:

• Bobsleigh – two man – GOLD

• Women’s Ice Hockey – Semi Final

• Ski Jump – Men Team LH – GO

 

Sochi encore

6.00am – 6.00pm AEST

 

Day 11: Tuesday 18th February – Wednesday 19th February on Ten

 

ten: sochi tonight

6.00pm – 6.30pm AEST (11.00am – 11.30am in Russia)

 

ten: sochi live

8.30pm – midnight AEST (1.30PM – 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. Pierre Boda qualified for the short track skating on New Year’s Eve 2013 after a nail-biting best of three skate-off against good friend Andy Jung for the single place in the Olympics team. Competing in Sochi will be the culmination of 14 years skating for the 20-year-old Sydneysider.

 

Highlights Include:

• Alpine – Women’s Giant Slalom – GOLD (Featuring Australia’s Greta Small)

• Short Track:

Men’s 500m (Featuring Australia’s Pierre Boda)

Women’s 1000m (Featuring Australia’s Deanna Lockett)

Women’s 3000m relay – GOLD

• Men’s Ice Hockey – Qualification Playoff

 

Sochi LIVE

Midnight – 6.30am AEST (5.00pm – 11.30pm in Russia)

 

Brad McEwan guides viewers through the live sport as it happens. Jana Pittman completes her transition from Summer to Winter Olympian as the brake-woman for the bobsleigh, coupling with Astrid Radjenovic in what has been described as the Formula One race on ice. Can the pair deliver a Cool Runnings moment at Sochi?

 

Highlights Include:

• Bobsleigh – Women’s (Featuring Australia’s Jana Pittman and Astrid Radjenovic)

• Speed Skating – Men’s 1000m – GOLD (Featuring Australia’s Daniel Greig)

• Men’s Ski Halfpipe – FINAL

• Men’s Ice Hockey – Qualification Playoff

 

Day 11: Tuesday 18th February – Wednesday 19th February on One

 

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. Pierre Boda and Deanna Lockett will both be hoping for

strong performances in the short track speed skate.

 

Highlights Include:

• Alpine – Women’s Giant Slalom

• Short Track:

Men’s 500m (Featuring Australia’s Pierre Boda)

Women’s 1000m (Featuring Australia’s Deanna Lockett)

Women’s 3000m relay – GOLD

• Men’s Ice Hockey – Qualification Playoff

• Nordic Combined – Men Individual LH – GOLD

 

one: sochi live midnight

6.30am AEST (5.00pm – 11.30pm in Russia)

 

Highlights Include:

• Speed Skating – Men’s 1000m – GOLD (Featuring Australia’s Daniel Greig)

• Men’s Ice Hockey – Qualification Playoff

• Men’s Ski Halfpipe – Qualifying

 

Sochi encore

6.00am – 6.00pm AEST

 

Day 12: Wednesday 19th February – Thursday 20th February on Ten

 

ten: sochi tonight

6.00pm – 6.30pm AEST (11.00am – 11.30am in Russia)

 

ten: sochi live

8.30pm – midnight AEST (1.30PM – 5.00PM in Russia)

 

Highlights Include:

• Alpine Men’s Giant Slalom – GOLD

• Men’s Ice Hockey – Quarter Final

• Snowboard Men’s & Women’s Parallel giant Slalom – FINALS

 

ten: sochi LIVE

midnight – 6.30am AEST (5.00pm – 11.30pm in Russia)

 

Brooklee Hann is just 18-years-old and is competing in her first games. Her qualification means Australia continues its proud history of figure skating at the Winter Olympics.

 

Highlights Include:

• Bobsleigh – Women’s (Featuring Australia’s Jana Pittman and Astrid Radjenovic) – GOLD

• Figure Skating – Women’s Short Program (Featuring Australia’s Brooklee Han)

• Men’s Ice Hockey – Quarter Final

 

Day 12: Wednesday 19th February – Thursday 20th February on One

 

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. Pierre Boda and Deanna Lockett will both be hoping for strong performances in the short track speed skating.

 

Highlights Include:

• Snowboard – Men’s & Women’s Parallel Giant Slalom – FINALS

• Alpine – Men’s Giant Slalom

• Men’s Ice Hockey – Quarter Final

• Cross Country – Men’s & Women’s Team Sprint Classic – GOLD

• Curling – Women’s Semi Final

 

one: sochi live

Midnight – 6.30am AEST (5.00pm – 11.30pm in Russia)

 

Highlights Include:

• Bobsleigh – Women’s (Featuring Australia’s Jana Pittman & Astrid Radjenovic) – GOLD

• Men’s Ice Hockey – Quarter Final

• Speed Skating – Women’s 5000m – GOLD

• Biathlon – Mixed Relay – GOLD

• Cross Country – Men/Women Team Sprint – GOLD

 

Sochi encore

6.00am – 6.00pm AEST

 

Day 13: Thursday 20th February – Friday 21st February on ten

 

ten: sochi tonight

6.00pm – 6.30pm AEST (11.00am – 11.30am in Russia)

 

ten: sochi live

8.28pm – midnight AEST (1.28PM – 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. Skier Scott Kneller needed some luck after breaking his back in a training accident in Italy just before Christmas, and he got it, with an amazing recovery and confirmation of qualifying for the Olympic squad. He has been spending 12 hours a day rehabilitating his injury, including four broken bones in his lower spine, and is confident that he will be fit tonight.

 

Highlights Include:

• Men’s Ski Cross – FINALS at 8.30pm (1.30pm in Russia) (Featuring Australia’s Anton Grimus and Scott Kneller)

• Figure Skating – Women’s Short Program Highlights

• Women’s Ice Hockey – Bronze Medal game

 

ten: sochi LIVE

midnight – 6.30am AEST (5.00pm – 11.30pm in Russia)

 

Brad McEwan guides viewers through the live sport as it happens. Amy Sheehan competes tonight in the women’s skiing halfpipe. Byron Bay – born Amy moved to New Zealand as a child where she learnt to ski with her dad and brother. Her brother Lyndon is also pursuing the road to Sochi, but on the Kiwi halfpipe team representing New Zealand. Amy had a blistering start to 2014, winning back-to-back bronze medals at the Calgary and Breckenridge World Cup events in January.

 

Highlights Include:

• Women’s Ski Halfpipe – Qualifying

• Women’s Ski Halfpipe – Finals (Featuring Australia’s Amy Sheehan)

• Figure Skating – Women’s Free Program – GOLD

• Women’s Ice Hockey – Bronze Medal Game

• Women’s Ice Hockey – Gold Medal Game

 

Day 13: Thursday 20th February – Friday 21st February on One

 

one: sochi live

6.00pm- midnight AEST (11.00am- 5.00pm in Russia)

 

Highlights Include:

• Men’s Ski Cross – SEEDING LIVE at 6.40pm AEST (11.40am in Russia) (Featuring Australia’s Anton Grimus and Scott Kneller)

• Curling – Women’s Bronze Medal Game

• Nordic Combined – Men’s Team LH – GOLD

 

one: sochi live

midnight – 6.30am AEST (5.00pm – 11.30pm in Russia)

 

Highlights Include:

• Curling – Women’s Gold Medal Game

• Women’s Ice Hockey – Gold Medal Game

 

Sochi encore

6.00am – 6.00pm AEST

 

Day 14: Friday 21st February – Saturday 22nd February on ten

 

ten: sochi tonight

6.00pm – 6.30pm AEST (11.00am – 11.30am in Russia)

 

ten: sochi live

8.30pm – midnight AEST (1.30PM – 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. Tonight the women take to the slopes for the ski cross finals. Victorian athlete Katya Crema was Australia’s fastest female alpine skier when she decided to have a shot at ski cross describing it as “motorcross on skis” and take a tilt at Olympic glory. Crema has steadily moved up the world ranking since her debut at the Vancouver Olympics where she finished 15th overall. This is the third Olympic Winter Games for Jenny Owens and the first for Sami Kennedy-Sim competing in ski-cross.

Sami suffered a minor stroke in 2013, but after a few months was back training and hopes for a good performance tonight.

 

Highlights Include:

• Women’s Ski Cross – Finals – GOLD live at 8.30pm AEST (1.30pm in Russia) (Featuring Australia’s Katya Crema, Sami Kennedy-Sim and Jenny Owens)

• Figure Skating – Women’s Free Program Highlights

• Men’s Ice Hockey – Semi Final

 

ten: sochi LIVE

Midnight – 6.30am AEST (5.00pm – 11.30pm in Russia)

 

Highlights Include:

• Alpine – Women’s Slalom – GOLD (Featuring Australia’s Greta Small)

• Men’s Ice Hockey – Semi Finals

• Short Track:

Men’s 500m – GOLD

Women’s 1000m – GOLD

• Men’s 5000m Relay – GOLD

• Curling – Men’s Gold Medal Game

 

Day 14: Friday 21st February – Saturday 22nd February on One

 

one: sochi live

6.00pm – midnight AEST (11.00am – 5.00pm in Russia)

 

Highlights Include:

• Women’s Ski Cross – Qualifying LIVE at 6.40pm AEST (11.40am in Russia)

(Featuring Australia’s Katya Crema, Sami Kennedy-Sim and Jenny Owens)

• Alpine – Women’s Slalom

• Curling – Men’s Bronze Medal Game

 

one: sochi live midnight

6.30am AEST (5.00pm – 11.30pm in Russia)

 

Highlights Include:

• Men’s Ice Hockey – Semi Final

• Short Track:

Men’s 500m

Women’s 1000m

• Speed Skating – Men and Women’s Team Pursuit

• Biathlon – Women’s 4 x 6km Relay – GOLD

 

Sochi encore

6.00am – 6.00pm AEST

 

Day 15: Saturday 22nd February – Sunday 23rd FEBRUARY on Ten

 

ten: sochi live

8.30pm – midnight AEST (1.30PM – 5.00PM in Russia)

 

Highlights Include:

• Alpine – Men’s Slalom

• Snowboard – Men’s and Women’s Parallel Slalom – GOLD

 

ten: sochi LIVE

midnight – 6.30am AEST (5.00pm – 11.30pm in Russia)

 

Highlights Include:

• Alpine – Men’s Slalom – GOLD

• Men’s Ice Hockey – Bronze Medal Game

• Bobsleigh – four man (Featuring Australia’s Heath Spence, Duncan Harvey, Lucas Mata, Gareth Nicols)

• Speed Skating – Men’s and Women’s Team Pursuit – FINAL

• Cross Country – Women’s 30km Mass Start

 

Day 15: Saturday 22nd February – Sunday 23rd FEBRUARY on One

 

one: sochi live

6.00pm – midnight AEST (11.00am – 5.00pm in Russia)

 

Highlights Include:

• Snowboard – Men’s and Women’s Parallel Slalom – Qualifying and FINAL

• Cross Country – Women’s 30km Mass Start – GOLD

 

one: sochi live

midnight – 6.30am AEST (5.00pm – 11.30pm in Russia)

 

Highlights Include:

• Bobsleigh – Four man (Featuring Australia’s Heath Spence, Duncan Harvey, Lucas Mata, Gareth Nicols)

• Men’s Ice Hockey – Bronze Medal Game

• Speed Skating – Women’s Team

Pursuit – Semi Finals

• Biathlon – Men’s 4 x 7.5km Relay – GOLD

 

Sochi encore

6.00am – 6.00pm AEST

 

Day 16: Sunday 23rd FEBRUARY – Monday 24th February on Ten

 

ten: sochi live

10.30pm – midnight AEST (3.30PM – 5.00PM in Russia)

 

Highlights Include:

• Men’s Ice Hockey – Gold Medal Game (Simulcast on ONE)

• Bobsleigh – Four man – GOLD (Featuring Australia’s Heath Spence, Duncan Harvey, Lucas Mata, Gareth Nicols)

 

ten: sochi LIVE

midnight – 6.30am aest (5.00pm – 11.30pm in russia )

 

Highlights Include:

• Men’s Ice Hockey – Gold Medal Game

• Closing Ceremony

 

Day 16: Sunday 23rd FEBRUARY – Monday 24th February on One

 

one: sochi live

6.00pm – 10.35pm AEST (11.00am – 3.35pm in Russia)

Highlights Include:

• Cross Country – Men’s 50km – GOLD

• Bobsleigh – Four man – GOLD (Featuring Australia’s Heath Spence, Duncan Harvey, Lucas Mata, Gareth Nicols)

• Men’s Ice Hockey – Gold Medal Game

one: sochi live

midnight – 10.35PM – 6.00am AEST (3.35pm – 11.30pm in Russia)

Highlights Include:

• Men’s Ice Hockey – Gold Medal Game

• Closing Ceremony

All information taken from Ten Programming Highlights  Please note One will be a full 24 hour Olympic channel