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Chad Hedrick of United States competes in the men's speed skating 5000 m on day 2 of the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics at Richmond Olympic Oval on February 13, 2010 in Vancouver, Canada.
Here's your guide to what's on during day 15 of the Vancouver Winter Olympics.
SPEED SKATING SEMIS
He's got a gold, silver and two bronzes, Texan Chad Hedrick and Team USA try to add to his medal count with speed skating team pursuit. Three men, eight laps, see if Team USA can qualify for the finals and give Hedrick another medal to add to his career total. Also the women are in quarterfinal action, catch it all at 2:30 p.m. on MSNBC.
OHNO, MALONE GO FOR GOLD
Apolo Ohno hits the ice again two more times on Friday. Ohno competes in the in the men's 500m short track. Watch to see his lane assignment, if he is randomly assigned to lane 4, then he'll really have to battle for the lead. Also look for the men's 5000m relay the five-man team is made up of Ohno, Denton's Jordan Malone, J.R. Celski, Simon Cho and Travis Jayner. Malone hopes the third time's the charm for a medal. Coverage begins at 7 p.m. on NBC.
NIGHT TRAIN HITS THE TRACK
San Antonio's Justin Olsen suits up and takes to the track at Whistler with Steve Holcomb, Steve Mesler, Curt Tomasevicz otherwise known as "Night Train" as four-man bobsled gets underway. Coverage starts at 7 p.m. on NBC.
TEAM USA HOCKEY LIVE!
After a 2-0 win over Switzerland, Ryan Miller, Patrick Kane and Team USA take on Dallas Stars' Jere Lehtinen and Team Finland for spot in the gold medal game. Watch it live at 2 p.m. on NBC. Then at 8 p.m. on CNBC Dallas Stars' Brenden Morrow and Team Canada comes off a huge 7-2 win over Russia to face Slovakia in a battle for a spot in the gold medal game.
VONN'S FINAL EVENT
America's favorite female skiier takes to the slope for the last time in Vancouver for the slalom. Coverage begins at 7 p.m.
Women's curling comes to a conclusion with medal matches for the women. First up it's China vs. Switzerland in the bronze medal match. Catch it at 11 a.m. on USA Network. Then it's the gold medal matchup live from Vancouver. Team Canada takes on Sweden in front of a hometown crowd of 6,000. Watch it live at 5 p.m. on CNBC.
Of course these are just suggestions, you can always find the latest TV listings here.