CNNSI.com Winter Olympics 2002 Viewer's Guide Winter Olympics 2002 Viewer's Guide


 

8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

  Jacqui Cooper is Australia's best hope for an Olympic medal. Mike Powell

No fear

One woman will twist and turn and fly her way to a gold medal Monday in the aerial competition. Expect breathtaking moves from Australia's Jacqui Cooper, the 2001 World Cup champion. The day's television coverage also features ice dancing, hockey, curling, biathlon and team ski jumping.

  • Printable schedule: Olympic TV Coverage
  • Today's full schedule: Feb. 19
  • Olympic event schedule: Freestyle skiing


    TOTAL NBC HOURS: 10
    TOTAL CABLE HOURS: 16 1/2
    (All coverage listed at Eastern Time.)

    NBC: 1-6 p.m.
    Featured sports:
    Men's ice hockey (U.S. vs. TBA, Russia vs. Finland)

    CNBC: 6 p.m. - Midnight
    Featured sports:
    Men's ice hockey (Czech Republic vs. Canada, Sweden vs. TBA)
    Men's curling (U.S. vs. Britain)

    NBC: 8 - 11:30 p.m.
    Figure skating (ice dancing)
    Ski jumping (K120 team)
    Freestyle skiing (women's aerials final)
    Biathlon (women's 4x7km relay)

    NBC: 12:05-1:35 a.m.

    A LOOK AHEAD

    TUESDAY:
    Figure skating:
    Ice dancing

    Ski jumping:
    Women's short program

    Bobsled:
    Women's final

    Freestyle skiing:
    Men's aerials final

    Speed skating:
    Men's 1,500



    Figure skating
    Ice dancing pair Barbara Fusar-Poli and Mauizio Margaglio could win Italy's first gold in figure skating.



    Team Ski Jumping


    Germany
    Austria
    Finland
    Women's 4x7.5K Relay
    Cross-Country Skiing

    Germany
    France
    Norway
    Women's Aerials
    Freestyle Skiing

    Jacqui Cooper, Australia
    Alla Tsuper, Ukraine
    Veronika Bauer, Canada

  •  


     
    CNNSI