Yesterday in PyeongChang, we saw Shaun White take home this third gold medal in men's snowboarding halfpipe. It was the U.S.'s 100th in Winter Olympics history.

Women's slalom was delayed due to high winds, but we might finally see Colorado native Mikaela Shiffrin make her 2018 Olympic debut in the rescheduled women's giant slalom.

Here are Wednesday's can't-miss events:

Figure skating pairs event concludes

6:00 pm MT | Watch on NBC

Married figure skating couple Alexa Scimeca Knierim and Chris Knierim are finishing up their pairs skating competition. After scoring 65.55 points in the short program last night and placing in 14th place, they are unlikely to medal.

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Mikaela Shiffrin's long-awaited debut in the women's giant slalom

6:00 pm MT | Watch on NBC

After her last two races have been delayed, Mikaela Shiffrin should finally make her 2018 Olympic debut in the women's giant slalom, which was rescheduled from Sunday night. The men's downhill was also rescheduled for tonight.

New-look men's hockey team makes its Olympic debut against Slovenia

5:10 am MT | Watch online at nbcolympics.com

This year is the first time since 1998 that the NHL is not allowing any players under its contract to participate in the Olympics. The new-look team will play Slovenia this morning.

Luge doubles begins

1:00 pm MT | Watch on NBC

Germany's "Two Tobis," Tobias Arlt and Tobias Wendl, will race to defend their gold medal in doubles luge. Team USA has two pairs in the doubles luge event: Matt Mortensen and Jayson Terdiman along with Justin Krewson and Andrew Sherk.

Men's skeleton begins

6:00 pm MT | Watch on NBC

Matt Antoine and John Daly are representing Team USA in the men's skeleton event. Antoine and Daly were both in contention for the bronze medal in Sochi, with Antoine ultimately winning. The skeleton event includes four runs spread out between two days. The four times are added together, and the fastest total time determines the winner.

Women's 1000m speed skating

6:00 pm MT | Watch on NBC

The Dutch so far have dominated speed skating and will try to maintain their sweep of gold medals with the women's 1,000m final. Heather Bergsma is the reigning world champion in the 1,000m and will be Team USA's best chance at breaking their streak. Brittany Bowe and Jerica Tandiman will also represent the U.S. in the race.