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Olympics Primetime Primer: Monday, February 12

Posted at 1:56 PM, Feb 12, 2018

Day 4 of the PyeongChang Winter Olympics will bring plenty of chances for members of Team USA to find their way to the podium, as snowboarder Shaun White makes his Olympic debut and Chloe Kim looks to make her mark on the halfpipe. Here's what to expect from Monday's primetime coverage, kicking off at 7:00 p.m. on TODAY'S TMJ4.

Snowboarding (LIVE) - Women's Halfpipe Final, Men's Halfpipe Qualifying

Snowboarding phenom Chloe Kim, a 17-year-old Californian born to South Korean immigrants, is expected to lead a women’s halfpipe field that includes 34-year-old compatriot Kelly Clark, the 2002 Olympic gold medalist. Two-time Olympic gold medalist Shaun White makes his PyeongChang debut in men’s halfpipe qualifying.

 Alpine Skiing (LIVE) - Men's Super Combined, Downhill Run 

Austria’s Marcel Hirscher – winner of six consecutive alpine overall World Cup titles – begins his pursuit of an elusive Olympic gold medal in the super combined. The U.S. will be led by two-time Olympic gold medalist Ted Ligety.

Speed Skating (LIVE) - Women's 1500M Final

In speed skating, Heather Bergsma and Brittany Bowe give Team USA podium potential in the women’s 1500m.

After three days of competition, Team USA has some ground to make up in the medal standings. Norway leads with 9 medals, while Germany, the Netherlands, and Canada all have 7. The USA has 4 (two gold, one silver, one bronze.)

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