Happy Sunday.

Here's a recap of what happened overnight in Sochi and a preview of the morning schedule.

WHILE YOU SLEPT

The United States' alpine team rebounded from a frustrating first week in Sochi to win two medals in the men's super-Giant.

Andrew Weibrecht of Lake Placid, N.Y., won silver in the slalom event, and Bode Miller tied for the bronze — his sixth Olympic medal.

(Ted Ligety's disappointment continued: He finished 14th.)

Miller, 36, is the oldest alpine skier to win an Olympic medal and the first American skier to medal in three different Games.

Also overnight, American Lindsey Jacobellis crashed in the snowboard cross and did not qualify for the finals.

The snow cross gods haven't forgiven her for showboating in Turin, apparently.

FOR EARLY RISERS: U.S. HOCKEY TEAM, SPEEDSKATING

The U.S. men's hockey team was back on the ice 24 hours after the epic shootout victory over Russia.

Its final preliminary round game (against Slovenia) began at 4:30 a.m. and is being shown live on NBCSN.

In addition, the last reasonable chance for American speedskaters to medal on the long track starts at 6 a.m. with the women's 1,500 meters.

Brittany Bowe, a former college basketball player, is a contender. The event will be held for primetime broadcast.

ON TAP THIS MORNING I: DANCING QUEEN, AND KING


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American ice dancers Meryl Davis and Charlie White begin their quest for gold at 7 a.m. with the short program (live on NBCSN). They took home silver in Vancouver and won their portion of the Team Skate in Sochi last weekend.

ON TAP THIS MORNING II: BOBSLED BEGINS

Monterey resident Nick Cunningham's two-man sled is ranked No. 6 in the world and has a legitimate chance to medal — as do two other American sleds. The U.S. hasn't won a bobsled medal since 1952. Today's races are schedule to start at 8:15 and 9:45 a.m. (no live TV). The competition concludes Monday.

ON TAP THIS MORNING III: MARVELOUS MARLEAU

Sharks' wing Patrick Marleau is one of the hottest players in the tournament, with four assists in two games. His Canadian team faces Finland at 9 a.m. in its final group-stage game. Sharks goalie Antti Niemi could be in net for Finland.

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