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2014 Olympics ice dance live stream, TV time; Will Team USA bring home gold?

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The 2014 Olympic ice dance competition continues with the free dance on Monday and Team USA is expected to medal. Meryl Davis and Charlie White was the last pair to hit the ice on Sunday and they offered up the best score for the short dance competition. Now the second day of the Olympic ice dance competition offers a look at the free dance and if the pair does well, the American athletes are expected to take home the gold. According to NBC Sports on Sunday, the couple haven’t lost a competition in nearly two years.

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. The Americans are being chased by the fierce Canadian competitors, Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir. One of the best competitions so far on the Olympic ice, both team have a chance to medal and what place they end up on the podium will entirely depend on Monday’s performance.

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

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