What to Watch Tonight, Olympic Events

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With so many Olympic events to watch on Day 12, we thought we'd help you sift through it all and give you ideas about what to watch.

Tonight is Erin Pac's night and she will hit the Whistler track for women's bobsled. Watch for Team USA 1 piloted by Shauna Rohbock, Team USA 2 piloted by Farmington’s Erin Pac, and Team USA 3 piloted by Bree Schaff. Coverage begins at 8 p.m. on NBC.

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GALLERY: Model Olympian: Erin Pac

U.S. national champion Rachael Flatt and runner-up Mirai Nagasu begin their quest for gold as women's figure skating begins with the short program, live coverage begins at 8 p.m. on NBC. She’s not local, but if you saw Miki Ando skate in Simsbury, you can catch her tonight. She is on the schedule to skate last.

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GALLERY: Model Olympian: Rachael Flatt
GALLERY: Model Olympian: Mirai Nagasu

If you are like us, you’re caught up on curling. Team Canada curls against China at 5 p.m. on CNBC. Team USA's women take the stage again as they take on Switzerland in their uphill quest for gold at 10 p.m. on MSNBC.

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GALLERY: Women of Olympic Curling

If you can't get enough of ski events, then hold on to your skis. Women's Biathlon (4x6k relay), Freestyle Skiing (women's ski cross) and Nordic Combined (team K-125 jumping) kick off at 3 p.m. on NBC.

On USA Network and CNBC, men’s hockey enters the elimination rounds getting underway. First up is Switzerland vs. Belarus at 3 p.m. on USA, then Canada takes on Germany at 8 p.m. on CNBC. At 10 p.m. Team Latvia takes on the Czech Republic on CNBC.

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Of course these are just suggestions, you can always find the latest TV listings here.

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