Olympic figure skating is the biggest event on the Sochi ice! Ashley Wagner will be performing in less than 24 hours and she might bring home the gold. One of three women representing the United States at the 2014 Sochi Olympics, the figure skater shared with her fans how it feels to be in the Olympics. According to Fansided on Tuesday, there is live television coverage along with live stream action for the fans to watch Gracie Gold, Ashley Wagner, and Polina Edmunds perform their short programs.
“Wow can't believe it is finally time to get this Olympic thing started ;) ready...set...go!” tweeted Ashley Wagner from her official Twitter account on Tuesday.
On Wednesday, the free live stream will be available for the short program. Starting at 10 a.m. ET, the competition covers each of the 30 women who will be on the ice. The short program will also be on television with live coverage on NBC Sports Network.
The Olympic ladies figure skating competition offers a two nights of performances highlighting some of the best women figure skaters in the world. While the short program sets the tone for the event, the free skate on Thursday will be the toughest for the athletes as they offer unique programs.
Olympic figure skating will be live on NBC Sports Network. Or you can live stream it on NBC Olympics Live Extra or NBC Olympics.com. Start time is Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. ET.