Today's Olympic slate has a lot of hockey on it; specifically, all four quarterfinal games. The U.S. faces off against the Czech Republic at noon, if you were wondering.
Elsewhere, the women's two-man runs conclude with runs three and four. American Lauryn Williams could become the second person in history to win gold at both the Summer and Winter Olympics (Williams last won gold in 2012 in the 4x100m relay). The only other person to accomplish such a feat is Eddie Eagan of the U.S. with gold in both the 1920 Antwerp Summer Games and the 1932 Lake Placid Winter Games.
Curling, the sport of kings, moves out of prelims and into the semifinals. Fun fact: the curling facility is called the Ice Cube Curling Center, but it is, for some reason, not named after the rapper/actor.
Later in the day, the women's figure skating short program gets going. Kim Yu-na of South Korea looks to defend her title, and could be the first back-to-back champion in at least two decades.
2:45 p.m.: So with Day 12 complete, here's where we stand medal-wise. With two golds today (in Cross Country and Biathlon), Norway has assumed command of the Gold medal count over Germany. But the two bobsled medals by the U.S. has pushed them ahead of Russia and the Netherlands, for the most overall medals. The Americans also continued their streak of winning at least one medal on every day of the Sochi Games.