After Wednesday’s qualifying showdown, homegrown hero Scotty James is back to take on snowboarding royalty Shaun White in the blockbuster Men’s Halfpipe Final. Aussie Young gun Valentino Guseli lines up against his heroes in his first ever Olympic final.

The first Aussie to ever win a skeleton World Cup event, Jaclyn Narracott will head face-down the ice track, hitting speeds of up to 120 km/h as she kicks off her campaign. And it’s medal night in the men’s event, with Nick Timmings back in action for Australia.

Our top alpine skier Greta Small starts in the Women’s Alpine Ski Super-G, up against the great Ester Ledecka (CZE) who is looking for the double-double as she undoes the snowboard and locks into the ski bindings to defend her title.

And Australia’s Brendan Corey is back for the Men’s 500m Short Track Speed Skate after his sensational national record-winning performance on Sunday.

12.30pm Men’s Snowboard Halfpipe Final | Scotty James and Shaun White go head to head in the Men’s Snowboard Halfpipe Final, while young gun Valentino Guseli chases his first Olympic medal

12.30pm Women’s Skeleton | Queenslander Jaclyn Narracott begins her Olympic campaign in the Women’s Skeleton

2.00pm Women’s Alpine Ski Super G | Greta Small, Australia’s top female alpine skier, will be aiming to beat her 15th place from Sochi 2014

7.30pm The best action of Day 7 | All the action from the blockbuster Men’s Snowboard Halfpipe Final, as well as Jaclyn Narracott’s performance in the nail-biting Women’s Skeleton event

8.30pm The Summer Chill | Hosted by Andy Maher, Jacqui Cooper and Andrew Gaze with special guests Tess Coady, Steven Bradbury and Paul Narracott

10.20pm Men’s 500m Short Track Speed Skating | Brendan Corey continues his hunt for an Olympic gold medal after breaking Australia’s 1000m Short Track Speed Skate record

11.20pm Men’s Skeleton | West Australian Nick Timmings will attempt to qualify for the Men’s Skeleton Final in Heat 3

*All times AEDT


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