The final day of the Winter Olympics on Sunday will have an abbreviated schedule, with only five medal events, all taking place during the evening hours on Saturday in the United States.
Mikaela Shiffrin has a last chance for a medal in the Alpine skiing team event, which was delayed a day because of high winds. But the coed U.S. team faces strong competition from the deep squads of Austria, Switzerland and Norway.
The men’s hockey final matches the defending champion, Russia, a pre-Games favorite in a tournament without N.H.L. players, against Finland, which has been surprisingly solid throughout the tournament and is looking for its first gold medal in the sport.
There is also a final in women’s curling, as the veteran Scottish skip Eve Muirhead goes for her first gold medal. Britain’s opponent, Japan, has already assured itself of its first curling silver medal. It will try to go one better and turn that into its first gold.