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Canada forward Patrick Marleau hits the ice against Finland defenseman Juuso Hietanen in the first period of a men's ice hockey game at the 2014 Winter Olympics, Sunday, Feb. 16, 2014, in Sochi, Russia. Marleau leads all Saskatchewan skaters on Team Canada with four points after three games. (Mark Blinch/Associated Press)

A bobsledder and three hockey players are set to represent the province at Sochi on Wednesday.

Chelsea Valois of Zenon Park, Sask. sits in 13th place after two runs of the women's bobsleigh.

Canada's other sled, piloted by Valois' former partner Kaillie Humphries, is in silver medal position.

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Saskatchewan's Chelsea Valois, left, has won a number of bobsleigh titles over the past two years. She's currently in 13th place at Sochi, halfway through the women's event. (Lars Baron/Getty Images)

The final two runs in the women's bobsleigh will happen Wednesday morning. The first of those runs begins at 10:15 a.m. CST, with Valois in the 13th pairing.

The final run is scheduled to begin a little more than one hour later, at 11:25 a.m. CST.

By then, the feature event for Canadian fans will be underway, as the men's hockey team plays a sudden-death quarterfinal against Latvia.

Saskatchewan is well-represented on the men's Olympic team, with three players from this province on the roster.

Forward Patrick Marleau, from Aneroid, is tied for second in scoring on Team Canada with four assists in three games. Regina's Ryan Getzlaf has also been a strong contributor with a goal and two assists.

Regina's Chris Kunitz has been held pointless so far.

The game begins at 11 a.m. CST.