Australian Open, Women's Final ESPN2 9:30 p.m. | A new queen is crowned; 2004 champ Justine Henin-Hardenne sat out with a knee injury. NCAA Hockey, No. 6 New Hampshire at No. 13 UMass Lowell 7 p.m. | The River Hawks are unbeaten in their last 13 games.
Winter X Games ESPN 9 p.m. | The four-day event kicks off as 18-year-old Hannah Teter defends her gold in the women's snowboard superpipe. On This Day | In 1963 the Pro Football Hall of Fame elected its 17 charter members. The next class will be announced on Feb. 5.
Houston Rockets at Miami Heat ABC 1 p.m. | The top two All-Star vote-getters, Yao Ming and Shaquille O'Neal, go head-to-head. Las Vegas Marathon | NASCAR drivers Mike Waltrip and Kyle Petty join 10,000 runners in a jaunt around Sin City--and down the Strip.
On this Day | In 1989 Loyola Marymount beat U. S. International 181--150, breaking the D-I record for points. Hank Gathers scored 41. Women's Basketball, No. 19 Georgia at No. 5 Tennessee ESPN2 7 p.m. | UT faces freshman phenom Tasha Humphrey.
Fearless: Greg LeMond OLN 5 p.m. | Before Lance Armstrong, LeMond was the Tour de France's comeback kid. After becoming the first American to win the Tour, in 1986, Lemond recovered from a near fatal accidental shooting to win again in '89.