TV: NBC, 8 p.m.-midnight -- Chad Hedrick, who came to Turin with a chance to become the first man in speed skating to win five gold medals in a single Olympics since Eric Heiden, is still trying to pick up his second. He certainly shouldn't be disappointed if he leaves with only two. Expectations, the media's and his own, were unrealistic considering how he'd skated here. He won his first event, the 5,000 meters, but he never really had much of a chance in the 1,000. Or in the team pursuit, after Shani Davis pulled out of the event. Hedrick won a bronze medal in the 1,500. Today's 10,000 is more his speed. He's better in the distance races and should at least win a medal. He's the world-record holder in this event. No matter what happens, it has been a good Olympics for someone who did not take up speed skating seriously until four years ago.