A Day-by-Day Schedule of the Remaining Olympic Figure-Skating Events

The outfits, songs, and commentary at this year’s figure-skating competitions have arguably been the highlight the 2018 Winter Olympics so far. Though some the key events have come and gone in a flurry sparkles, history-making tricks, and opportunities to make Reese Witherspoon proud, there is still time to get your figure-skating fix. Take a look at our schedule the remaining events below:

Note: All events listed are in Eastern Standard Time.

Tuesday, February 13
Pairs short program, 8 p.m.–11:30 p.m.
The pairs short program begins tonight, with Leslie Jones’s favorite skaters Alexa and Chris Knierim representing for the USA. Hopefully we’ll also get to see some the South Korean figure skater Alex Kang-chan Kam’s trademark ice-cold attitude in the arena, too.

Wednesday, February 14
Pairs free skate gold-medal final, 8 p.m.–11:30 p.m.
Pairs will skate again on Wednesday to compete for the gold medal at the free-skating final. German pair Aliona Savchenko and Bruno Massot are favorites for this event, with Chinese duo Sui Wenjing and Han Cong close behind them.