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Olympic Grandstand


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Two of Briton's medal hopefuls enter the fray today, with Scotland's Lesley McKenna attemptingto qualify for the final of the women's snowboarding half-pipe-the sport's freestyle event. Commentary is supplied by Ian Felton.
Fellow Briton Glynn Pedersen could also find success, this time in the ski-jumping K90. Commentary by Tony Gubba.
Former British Olympic champions Robin Cousins and Jayne Torvill offer a guide to the skating pairs programme. Favourites are European figure-skating champions Maxim Marinin and Tatiana Totmianina , who will be looking to maintain Russia's winning record in the event for the last ten Winter Olympics. Barry Davies commentates.
Plus action from the men's ice hockey qualifying stage, with Slovakia favoured to win through to the medal rounds, and reaction to the men's downhill skiing. Presented by Clare Balding and Steve Rider.
WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/winterolympics The best of British: page 20


Unknown: Lesley McKenna
Unknown: Ian Felton.
Unknown: Glynn Pedersen
Commentary By: Tony Gubba.
Commentary By: Jayne Torvill
Unknown: Maxim Marinin
Unknown: Tatiana Totmianina
Unknown: Barry Davies
Presented By: Clare Balding
Unknown: Steve Rider.

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