P.E.I.'s Heather Moyse and Calgary's Kaillie Humphries have been breaking down the fine details of their two bobsleigh runs Tuesday as they prepare for the final two heats Wednesday at the Winter Olympics in Sochi.

The pair are currently 0.23 seconds behind the United States-1 sled, featuring Elana Meyers and Lauryn Meyers, but are pumped up to finish on top and win gold.

They broke a track record with their first run but US-1, sliding immediately after, finished faster.

Humphries and Moyse told CBC News they don't even know how big the gap is between them and United States-1. They are instead focused on analyzing their own runs from Tuesday in order to optimize their efforts for the last two heats.

"It's literally about breaking it down. Looking at video. So analyzing it technically, instead of looking at any end times and results," said Moyse.

"Just going through it, and knowing that each corner, each step on the push can be perfected and so it's literally breaking things down into all the pieces that you need to have in order to come out successful at the end."

The third heat in bobsleigh begin at 11:15 ET. Moyse and Humphries will slide second in heat three, right after United States-1, which will provide an early indication of their positioning for a possible gold medal going into heat four, which is scheduled to start at 12:25 ET.

You can watch the final heats at CBC Olympics, CBC P.E.I. or on mobile devices using the CBC Olympics app.