Yuna Kim at Sochi Olympics
Yuna Kim of Korea, called 'the queen', closes her show in style on Wednesday, 19 February. Reuters.

As the Winter Olympic Games come close to an end, it's show time in Sochi. There are six events planned for the day with six gold medals up for grabs. US and Canada face off in the women's ice hockey finals, while figure skating, men's ski cross, nordic combined, and women's ski halfpipe are the events scheduled for a last time in the games this year.

Where to Watch Live

Day 14 [Thursday] is scheduled for a 12.30 pm local time (1.30 pm IST) start with live coverage on Star Sports 4 and Star Sports HD2. Viewers in the UK can catch the coverage on BBC, with the live streaming option HERE, HERE or HERE.

Viewers in Australia catch the action live online via the Ten Network HERE. NBC has the rights to showcase the Olympics in the US, and the audience can watch all the action live online HERE. Viewers in Africa can live stream the action via SuperSport HERE.

The ice-hockey women's gold medal game will have everything from rivalry, drama to actual performance. US reached the finals beating Sweden 6-1 while Canada had to fight hard for a 3-1 victory against Switzerland.

The women's free skate will decide the winner on whoever stands up on the big day putting up a show only they can. Yuna Kim of Korea secured the leading 74.92 points in the short program and is called 'the queen' performer. She won gold in Vancouver and looks to be the favourite again to retain her Olympic title. The major disappointment, in the round came from Mao Asada who won silver in the 2010 Vancouver games and was World Champion the same year, but managed only 55.51 points here at the short program.

Experts have it that Victor Oehling Norberg of Sweden, David Duncan of Canada and Andreas Matt of Austria will take the three medals of the men's ski cross. In the women's ski halfpipe, Virginie Faivre of Switzerland is the world champion. It'll take a good effort to surpass her.

In the women's curling event, in-form Canada will face Sweden for gold as Great Britain is set up against Switzerland for bronze. The men's Nordic combined large hill/4X5 km should see Norway take home the gold as they have done with so many Nordic combined events at the games this year.