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Winter Olympics 2018: What to Watch Today

Mirai Nagasu, 2018 Winter Olympics | Photo Credits: Maddie Meyer, Getty Images

The 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics are well underway in South Korea, delivering all the thrills of competition and the personal stories of sacrifice that got these athletes to the top of their game. And as usual, it's one of the biggest TV events of the year.

Since there's so much to see, here are the highlights of the TV schedule for Feb. 22. Note: due to the time difference, some events on the schedule will start late the previous night. Events can also be streamed at Check the site for streaming times.

(All times ET)

Curling (Men's Semifinal)
When: 1:00pm
Channel: NBCSN
Team USA has made it to the semifinals for Men's Curling, but they'll have to beat out Canada again if they want to progress to the finals. Is it too much to hope that we can best them again?

Short Track, Snowboarding, Alpine, Figure Skating
When: 8:00pm
Channel: NBC
It's going to be another exciting night of snowboarding as Julia Marino and Hailey Langland are two serious competitors in the Women's Big Air event. Prepare to hold your breath as these women launch themselves into the air at insane speeds and then somehow land safely on the ground. Amazing.

Figure Skating
Channel: NBCSN
Figure skating continues with early groups of the women's free skate. After Mirai Nagasu's fall out of her triple axel earlier this week, it's unlikely she'll win another medal, and two competitors from Russia, Alina Zagitova and Evgenia Medvedeva, are poised to compete for the gold.

Be sure to check out NBC's Winter Olympics listings to see the full schedule of events.

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And the Winner of The Amazing Race Season 30 Is...

Jen Hudak, The Amazing Race | Photo Credits: Best Possible Screen Grab, CBS

It's official: Team Big Brother won Season 30 of The Amazing Race. Cody Nickson and Jessica Graf came out on top of the most competitive season yet.

In a shocking turn of events, Team IndyCar -- who started the episode in first position -- was the first team eliminated in the finale when they couldn't figure out the combination of signs in Hong Kong that would unlock their briefcase with the address of their final pit stop inside.

Meanwhile, Team Yale made history by being the first team to have a speed bump and still win a leg of the race. However, they weren't able to hold onto their lead for long heading into the final leg in San Francisco. Team Extreme made the smart decision to look up how many home runs Willie Mays hit before they had to search for baseballs with the same corresponding numbers on them in the harbor. They were the first team to get the combination, and move on to the next road block.

The Amazing Race's Phil Keoghan Breaks Down the Final Four Teams

In the end it came down to a puzzle, with Team Extreme, Yale and Big Brother having to put together a giant model plane. Each team had more pieces than necessary, but had to complete the plane so that each previous leg of the season was represented with stickers on the final product. Each team had multiple checks that didn't make it until finally Jessica was able to get it together and complete the plane first. Team Yale came in second place minutes later and Team Extreme came in third.

Now we know their future wedding will be super fancy.

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Olympian Gus Kenworthy Speaks Out on LGBTQ Equality

Gus Kenworthy | Photo Credits: David Ramos/Getty Images

It's arguable that the Winter Olympics' most iconic moment wasn't a gold medal run, a show of great sportsmanship between countries, or Chloe Kim's awesome breakfast sandwich tweet. It was a kiss between two men.

Olympic skier Gus Kenworthy kissed his boyfriend Matthew Wilkas before flying down a mountain to compete in the Men's Slopestyle skiing event, and it was captured by cameras and broadcast to the world. It is the first same-sex kiss broadcast at any Olympic games, and a celebratory moment for sports and global culture.

Kiss Kiss Bish! Didn't realize this moment was being filmed yesterday but I'm so happy that it was. My childhood self would never have dreamed of seeing a gay kiss on TV at the Olympics but for the first time ever a kid watching at home CAN! Love is love is love. Also, shouts to @rightordoyle for being the third wheel of the century. Love you boo!

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Kenworthy, who was competing with several injuries, finished 12th in the competition. He won silver in 2014, but wasn't out as gay at the time and therefore didn't use the platform to advocate for gay rights. But now that he is, he's more than eager to share his wonderful story.

Speaking about the Human Rights Campaign's efforts to support LGBTQ equality, Kenworthy said, "It's been an incredible Olympics, we've seen so much change and so much progress and so much visibility for the LGBT community and that's been incredible. And I don't think we would be anywhere near where we are without all the hard work that the Human Rights Campaign has done."

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