Sunday will be an important day for three American skiers -- Morgan Schild, Jaelin Kauf and Keaton McCargo -- who will compete in the women's freestyle moguls finals for a place on the podium. Meanwhile, Norway will look to take home several medals in alpine skiing, cross-country and biathlon. Here are the most important events to look out for on Sunday:
Figure skating team event (Saturday, 8 p.m. ET/Sunday, 10 a.m. local): Team USA goes into the second day of the team event trailing the Canadians, who have more firepower coming. Sibling ice dance pair Maia and Alex Shibutani (aka ShibSibs) will go up against Canada's Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir, who won gold in Vancouver and silver in Sochi. The Canadian veterans hold the record for highest short-dance score ever, 82.68 though the Shibutanis did post the best-ever American score in November, 79.18. Surprise U.S. women's champion Bradie Tennell will face her first test against powerhouse stars like Russia's Evgenia Medvedeva, the two-time world champion who was seemingly invincible until she broke her foot in November.
After score tallying and ice resurfacing, the top five teams will advance into the long program. That should include American husband-wife pair Alexa Scimeca-Knierim and Chris Knerim, who skated their best routine of the season on Friday to pull the U.S. back after Nathan Chen's surprisingly poor skate.
Men's downhill (POSTPONED): Norwegian fans will want to look out for this event, which features top medal contenders and teammates, Aksel Lund Svindal and Kjetil Jansrud. Jansrud clocked the fastest time in the Olympic test event, while Svindal, the Sochi silver medalist, is No. 2 in the World Cup rankings. These two will face tough competition from Austria's Matthias Mayer, who is looking to become the first man to defend his downhill gold medal.
Men's slopestyle final (Saturday, 9:04 p.m. ET/Sunday 11:04 a.m. local time): Canada's Max Parrot and Mark McMorris will lead the charge in the final round after topping qualifiers. McMorris took home the bronze medal in the event and has won a slopestyle medal every year since 2011 at X Games Aspen. The Canadian duo will face off against other top contenders, like Norway's Marcus Kleveland, the 2017 and 2018 X Games Aspen gold medalist, and 17-year-old American Red Gerard, who could become the youngest American and second youngest from any country to win an Olympic snowboarding medal. Gerard recently competed in the X Games in the same event, where he finished fourth behind McMorris.
Men's cross-country, 30km skiathlon (Sunday, 1:15 a.m. ET/3:15 p.m. local): Norway's Martin Johnsrud Sundby, who won bronze in the 30km skiathlon, will look to win his first Olympic gold (he has three World Cup titles). Competing against him will be fellow Norwegian 21-year-old Johannes Høsflot Klæbo, who has climbed up the ranks in the past two seasons.
Men's speedskating, 5,000 meters (Sunday, 2 a.m. ET/4 p.m. local): All eyes will be on prodigious speedskater Sven Kramer (Netherlands), who will look to win his third consecutive Olympic gold medal. If there is one skater who can derail Kramer, it is Canada's Ted-Jan Bloemen, who became the world-record holder in the event this past December.
Men's biathlon, 10km sprint: (Sunday, 6:15 a.m. ET/ 8:15 p.m. local): This is a must-watch event for biathlon fans. Norway's Ole Einar Bjørndalen, nicknamed "King of Biathlon," is back for his seventh Olympics and is vying for his second consecutive gold medal in the event. The 44-year-old has won 13 Olympic medals so far, eight of them gold. France's Vincent Jay, Vancouver 2010's gold medalist, will also look to reach the podium.
Men's luge, singles (Sunday, 6:55 a.m. ET/8:55 p.m. local): Luge is by far Germany's top sport at the Winter Olympics. The country has brought home 31 luge gold, including a sweep of all four luge golds (men's, women's, doubles and team relay) at the 2014 Sochi Olympics. One of the country's athletes to watch: Felix Loch. He won gold in Sochi and Vancouver. Americans Tucker West and Chris Mazdzer will also vie for a podium spot. It will also be an emotional final race for India's Shiva Keshavan, who will compete in his sixth and final Olympics.
Women's freestyle skiing, moguls (Sunday, 8:10 a.m. ET/10:10 p.m. local): This medal event has a strong contingent of U.S. athletes. Morgan Schild finished third in the qualifiers, with Jaelin Kauf and Keaton McCargo also advancing to the final round. It won't be far-fetched that at least one of them will win a medal. Another athlete on our radar: 19-year-old French skier Perrine Laffont, who finished first (79.72) in qualifiers.