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2014 Olympics ice dance live stream, TV time: Team USA expected to medal

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The Olympic Ice Dance competition starts on Sunday and Team USA is expected to medal. The powerhouse pair, Meryl Davis and Charlie White will be hitting the ice as the last pair in 24th place on the rotation. The pair will return on Monday for the Olympic Free Dance portion of the program. According to the Gospel Herald, the competition can be watched in America on NBC.

The unique style of Meryl Davis and Charlie White of the United States has viewers impressed. Already seen once at the Sochi Olympics, the pair helped Team USA win a bronze medal in the Olympic team figure skating event. Their connection on the ice was electrifying then and knowing they will be on the ice again makes fans desperate to see the couple live. So far no word on what music the couple will be dancing to or what the pair is planning to wear.

Fans can check out the Olympic Ice Dance Short Dance program on Sunday on the NBC Sports Network at 10 a.m. ET. The Olympic Ice Dance Free Dance is on Monday at 10 a.m. ET. Both ice dance programs can also be seen online via live stream on NBC Live Extra at the same time as the NBC TV broadcast. Mobile users can watch the games via the NBC Sports Live Extra mobile app.

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