With another busy day ahead of the 2022 Winter Olympics, here’s an overview of all the events and how fans can follow them.
Have a day full of events for 2022 Winter Olympics Enjoy Tuesday, as athletes from around the world are ready to try and take home a Gold Medal.
Things got off to an early start in Beijing on Tuesday, with several events being completed while fans in the US slept. However, there are still plenty of other actions for you to check out. Below, you can find the full schedule of the day’s events, along with information on how you can adjust at home.
2022 Winter Olympics schedule: What and how to watch on February 8
Medal Events (all time ET)
- Cross-country skiing – 3 am
- Biathlon – 3:30 am
- Speed Skating – 5:30 am
- Curling – 7:05 am
- Ice Hockey – 8:10 am
- Freestyle skiing – 5:00pm
- Mountain skiing – 5:30pm ET
- Luge – 6:50 p.m. ET
- Snowboarding – 8:30pm ET
How can I stream or watch the 2022 Winter Olympics on my TV?
Some of these events took place due to time zone differences in China. However, everything will still be shown on NBC’s channel group throughout the day. You can find the full information on the TV schedule through this link. You can also find live streams via Peacock and fuboTV.
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