Olympics 2014 Feb. 16 live stream and TV schedule: Ice dancing begins, snowboarding finals and more

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The 2014 Winter Olympic Games continues Sunday (Feb. 16), with medal rounds for men's alpine skiing super-G, women's snowboard cross, men's cross-country 4 x 10 km relay, women's 1500 m speed skating and men's 15 km mass start biathlon.

Live streams can be found at the NBC Olympics official site, with the normal NBC primetime broadcast starting at 8 p.m. ET/PT.

The real-time schedule is below. Every event is streaming online, with those that are also being broadcast live indicated in parenthesis (all times Eastern).

12 a.m. ET: Men's curling round robin

1 a.m.: Men's alpine skiing super-G

2 a.m.: Women's snowboard cross-seeding

3 a.m.: Women's hockey classification (Finland vs. Germany)

3 a.m.: Men's hockey group B (Austria vs. Norway)

4:15 a.m.: Women's snowboard cross -- semifinals

4:45 a.m.: Women's snowboard cross -- finals

5 a.m.: Men's cross-country 4x10 km relay

5 a.m.: Women's curling round robin

7:30 a.m.: Men's hockey group A (Russia vs. Slovakia)

7:30 a.m.: Men's hockey group A (Slovenia vs. USA)

9 a.m.: Women's speed skating 1500 m

10 a.m.: Ice dancing -- short dance

10 a.m.: Men's biathlon 15 km mass start (NBC Sports Network)

10 a.m.: Men's curling round robin

11:15 a.m.: Two-man bobsled -- run 1 of 4

12 p.m.: Women's hockey classification (Russia vs. Japan)

12 p.m.: Men's hockey group B (Finland vs. Canada) (USA)

12:45 p.m.: Two-man bobsled -- run 2 of 4

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