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CBC – The first days of competition kick off with the inaugural Mixed Doubles Curling round robin matches, as the Canadian team of John Morris and Kaitlyn Lawes begin the journey towards their first international title in the sport. The Figure Skating Team Event returns after its debut at Sochi 2014, beginning with the men’s and pairs short programs, as Canada strives to once again make it to the podium following a silver medal four years ago.

Broadcast coverage will be available across CBC, TSN and Sportsnet, as specified below. Viewers can also watch all events via live-stream at cbc.ca/olympics and on the CBC Olympics app for iOS and Android devices.

Programming highlights for Wednesday, Feb. 7:

Note: All times are listed in ET and are subject to change without notice.

CBC

·         7 p.m. – Mixed Doubles Curling: Draw 1

o   Canada vs. Norway

·         9 p.m. – CBC Sports presents the World Premiere of one-hour documentary UNBROKEN: THE SNOWBOARD LIFE OF MARK MCMORRIS

o   The one-hour documentary follows the journey of superstar snowboarder Mark McMorris to PyeongChang 2018 as he attempts one of the greatest comebacks in sports history after sustaining near-fatal injuries in April 2017.

Programming highlights for Thursday, Feb. 8

Note: All times are listed in ET and are subject to change without notice.

CBC

·         8 p.m. – Figure Skating: Team Event (Men’s Short Program)

·         9:45 p.m. – Figure Skating: Team Event (Pairs Short Program)

TSN

·         6 a.m.  – Mixed Doubles Curling: Draw 2

o   Canada vs. USA

·         6:30 p.m. – Mixed Doubles Curling: Draw 3

o   Canada vs. China

·         8 p.m. – Moguls: Qualifying (Women)

o   Quebec’s Justine Dufour-Lapointe looks to defend her gold medal from Sochi 2014.

·         9:45 p.m. – Moguls: Qualifying (Men)

o   Quebec’s Mikaël Kingsbury has 48 World Cup victories, the most of any skier ever, and had a winning streak of 13 straight gold medals in 2017-2018 – he won silver in Sochi 2014 and is going for gold at PyeongChang 2018.

·         9:45 p.m. – Figure Skating: Team Event – Pairs Short Program (joined in progress)

·         11:30 p.m. – Mixed Doubles Curling: Draw 4

o   Canada vs. Finland

Sportsnet

·         7:30 a.m. – Ski Jumping: Normal Hill Individual Qualifying (Men)

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