It wasn't a huge night on the medal stand for Team USA, but competition in men's snowboard cross had the eyes of TiVo viewers.
According to viewership data drawn from a random sampling of 350,000 TiVo boxes, American Alex Deibold's push past Frenchmen Paul-Henri De Le Rue to secure the bronze in the event's final, while Pierre Vaultier of France and Nikolay Olyunin of Russia finished first and placed second, respectively, was the top moment of NBC's curated primetime telecast from Sochi on Feb. 18. Herewith TiVo's top 5 Olympic moments from Tuesday:
TiVo’s Top 5 Olympic Moments – February 18, 2014 – NBC Broadcast Prime
In Men’s Snowboard Cross Final’s, Alex Deibold of USA makes a last second move to surpass France’s Paul-Henri De Le Rue to obtain Bronze. Pierre Vaultier of France and Nikolay Olyunin of Russia place 1st and 2nd respectively.
Lucas Eguibar of Spain and Canadian Kevin Hill wipe out, allowing USA’s Alex Deibold to place 3rd in Men’s Snowboard Cross Semifinals.
18 year old Mikaela Shiffrin of USA makes her Olympic debut in Women’s Alpine Skiing- Giant Slalom.
Slovenian star Tina Maze opens up Women’s Alpine Skiing- Giant Slalom with a flawless run that eventually helps her win Gold in the competition.
In Men’s Snowboard Cross, Nate Holland and Trevor Jacob speed down the slope 1 and 2, but Holland overshoots one of his landings and loses speed to finish 4th, while Jacob finishes 1st in the 1/8 Finals.
* Top 5 moments based on Live + Same Day Viewership of the Olympic games on NBC