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Winter Olympics 2018: Schedule of Ukrainian team for February 15

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22:32, 14 February 2018

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The sixth day of the Winter Olympics-2018 will please the fans with performances of athletes in eleven types of disciplines, and nine sets of awards will be played at once.

Masters of curling and hockey players will continue their performances in groups. Also, the strongest sports pairs of freestyle figure skating will be determined and receive long-awaited medals. In cross-country, men will make final jumps, after which ice skaters will step up.

A record number of Ukrainians will be released at the start of the competition on this day – 17 athletes. Vladyslav Heraskevych will perform in skeleton, then Olha Knysh and Ivan Kovbasnyuk will show their strength in Alpine skiing. Olha Polyuk will take part in the freestyle competition, and two individual races are planned in the biathlon program at once. Maryna Antsybor and Tetiana Antypenko will try to make up for the previous failures in the finals of 10 km cross-country ski races. And at the end of the sixth day of the competition, Ukrainian lugers, "famous" at the Olympics, will fight for awards in the team relay race.

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ALPINE SKIING

3:00 (Kyiv time) - Ladies' Giant Slalom Run 

Olha Knysh, Run 1 

 

ALPINE SKIING

4:30 - Men's Downhill (medal)

Ivan Kovbasnyuk 

 

CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING

8:30 - Ladies' 10km Free (medal)

Tetiana Antypenko 

 

FREESTYLE SKIING

13:00 - Ladies' Aerials Qualification 

Qualification 1, Olga POLYUK

 

SKELETON

3:00 - Men Heat 1

Vladyslav Heraskevych 

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