Here's a recap of what happened overnight in Sochi and a preview of the morning schedule.
WHILE YOU SLEPT
So did the snowboarders and biathletes.
Okay, not exactly. But they didn't compete as expected.
Fog forced the postponement of the men's snowboard cross and the biathlon 15k mass start. Both have been moved to Tuesday.
Truckee snowboarder Nate Holland praised the decision.
"It's the Olympics, we want to have the best riders win, and not having anything screwy," he said.
FOR EARLY RISERS: ELIMINATION ON ICE
The U.S. women's hockey team faced Sweden at 4:30 a.m. in the first of the day's semifinals. The game is being televised live on NBCSN with the U.S. leading 3-0 in the second period. Canada will play Switzerland in the other semi at 9 a.m. (live on MSNBC).
ON TAP THIS MORNING I: BOBSLED FINALS
The United States is well positioned for its first medal in the two-man competition since 1952: The USA-1 sled, piloted by Steven Holcomb, is in third place after the opening day of racing. The third run starts at 6:30 a.m., followed at approximately 8 a.m. by the fourth (medal) run. No live TV.
ON TAP THIS MORNING II: ICE DANCE MEDAL SKATE
Americans Meryl Davis and Charlie White are favored to win the gold that eluded them four years ago in Vancouver. They enter the free skate portion (i.e., the medal round) in first place. Training partners Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir of Canada are in second. Live coverage at 7 a.m. on NBCSN.
ON TAP THIS MORNING III: MEN'S AERIALS FINALS
Mac Bohonnon is the top American hope. In fact, he is the only American hope -- and probably not much of one: The 18-year-old from New Haven will face a powerhouse Chinese contingent. The medal round begins at 9:30 (weather permitting) but will be held for NBC's prime-time broadcast.
ON TAP THIS MORNING IV: SKI JUMPING
Austria, Germany, Norway and Slovenia: If the three medal winners don't come from that quartet of countries, there has been an upset in the large hill team event at 10:15 a.m. (weather permitting). It's live on NBCSN.
WANT IT LIVE? GET THE APP
NBC and its family of networks will provide 1,539 hours of coverage, but the only place you can watch everything live is online. The choice events will only be shown on TV on a delayed basis as part of NBC's prepackaged primetime broadcast. The only way to have access to everything live is on your digital devices through the NBC Sports Live Extra app. It's free to download, but you'll need to be a cable or satellite subscriber in order to log-in. For more information, go to: http://www.nbcolympics.com/liveextra/help.