Canada on Day 16: What to watch

A viewing guide to what's on tap for Canada on Day 16 of the Games.

Afternoon: The last full day of the Games includes the conclusion of Alpine skiing, with Canada's Michael Janyk aiming for at least top-10 in men's giant slalom (CTV, first run 1 p.m.; TSN second run 4:45, all times ET).

There's another Canada-U.S. final, in speedskating, men's team pursuit (CTV/RDS, 3:51).

Rogers Sportsnet's focus is on men's parallel giant slalom, starting with qualifying at 1 p.m. Canada's Jasey-Jay Anderson has won five times in World Cup events at Whistler-Blackcomb but has never won an Olympc medal. The heats start at 3:15, with the final at 4:30.

Canada's two sleds are in the top five entering the final day of four-man bobsleigh (4 p.m., OLN/RIS/APTN/

Evening: Fourth-Place Medal will have a live blog of the men's curling gold-medal game between Norway's Thomas Ulsrud and Canada's Kevin Martin, who faced the Norwegians eight years ago in Salt Lake City (6, CTV/RDS/APTN). The talking points are already provided; Martin missed a draw in that match and settled for silver, while Canadian fans would love to have one curling gold on home ice.

Figure-skating aficionados will probably want to watch the exhibition gala (Sportsnet, 7:30). Slovakia, which made a run at Canada in the semifinal, will try to win its first men's hockey medal in the bronze-medal game (10, CTV/V). Finland will try to send veterans such as Teemu Selanne out on a win after mentally tanking it against the U.S. in Friday's semifinal.