2022 Winter Olympics: Team USA schedule And Live Streaming

We are almost one week into the 2022 Winter Olympics, and the excitement is heating up!

Beijing will focus on attention for 18 days and can be seen on NBC and streamed on fuboTV (try for free). You can follow along with CBS Sports to see which nation tops the medal table, who takes home the gold, and which athletes from the U.S. and worldwide go down in history.

2022 Winter Olympics

The Team USA performance page has all the information you need, from Shaun White’s attempt to end his Olympic career with a gold medal to the women’s hockey team hoping to win their second consecutive gold medal.

Cross-country skier Jessie Diggins won bronze Tuesday in the freestyle sprint, becoming the first American woman to win an individual medal in cross-country. Nathan Chen wowed the crowd in his short program, putting him in position to win gold Thursday.

Alpine skiing women’s slalom and snowboard cross women’s quarterfinal, semifinal, and finals are among Wednesday’s events in Beijing. There will also be ski jumping, men’s and women’s short track, curling, and lounge.

2022 Winter Olympics: Live Streaming

TV SCHEDULE: What and how to watch Tuesday night and Wednesday morning events

  • Date: Various dates between Wednesday, Feb. 2 and Sunday, Feb. 20
  • Time: Various times
  • Location: Beijing
  • TV channel: NBC Sports
  • Streaming: fuboTV (try free for 7 days), Peacock

2022 Beijing Olympics: Team USA schedule

2022 Beijing Olympics

Day 6: Wed, Feb. 9

  • Women’s snowboard cross final – 1:30 am.
  • Men’s 1,500m speedskating final – 6 am.
  • Men’s curling round robin, USA vs. Russian Olympic Committee – 7 am.
  • Luge doubles all runs, final – 7:20 am.
  • Women’s curling round robin – USA vs. Russian Olympic Committee – 8 pm.
  • Women’s snowboarding halfpipe final – 8:30 pm.

Day 7: Thus, Feb. 10

  • Men’s snowboard cross final – 1 am. 
  • Men’s curling round robin, USA vs. Sweden – 1 am.
  • Men’s skiing combined slalom final – 1:15 am.
  • Freestyle skiing mixed team aerials final – 6 am.
  • Women’s speed skating 5,000m final – 7 am.
  • Women’s curling round robin, USA vs. Denmark – 7:00 am.
  • Men’s hockey prelims, USA vs. China – 8 am.
  • Men’s curling round robin, USA vs. Great Britain – 8 pm.
  • Men’s snowboarding halfpipe final – 8:30 pm.
  • Women’s hockey quarterfinal 2 – 11 pm. 

Day 8: Friday, Feb. 11

  • Women’s curling round robin, USA vs. China 1 am.
  • Men’s cross country skiing 15km final – 2 am.
  • Men’s speedskating 10,000m final – 3 am. 
  • Women’s speedskating 1,000m final – 7:30 am.
  • Women’s hockey quarterfinal – 8 am.
  • Men’s skeleton final – 8:55 am.
  • Snowboarding cross mixed team final – 9 pm.
  • Men’s hockey prelims, USA vs. Canada – 11 pm. 

Day 9: Sat, Feb. 12

  • Men’s curling round robin, USA vs. Norway – 1 am. 
  • Women’s cross country skiing 4x5km relay final – 2:30 am.
  • Women’s hockey quarterfinal – 3:40 am.
  • Men’s speed skating, 500m final – 3:50 am.
  • Men’s biathlon 10km sprint – 4 am.
  • Men’s ski jumping, large hill final – 5 am.
  • Women’s curling round robin, USA vs. Great Britain – 7 am.
  • Women’s skeleton heats 3 and 4, final – 7:20 am
  • Men’s curling round robin, USA vs. Canada – 8:05 pm.

Day 10: Sunday, Feb. 13

  • Men’s skiing giant slalom run 2, final – 12:45 am.
  • Women’s curling round robin, USA vs. Sweden – 1 am.
  • Men’s cross country skiing 4x10km relay – 2 am.
  • Men’s hockey prelims, USA vs. Germany – 8:00 am.
  • Women’s speed skating 500m final – 8:50 am.
  • Women’s curling round robin, USA vs. South Korea – 8:05 pm.
  • Women’s bobsled heats 3 and 4, final – 8:30 pm.
  • Women’s skiing slopestyle final – 8:30 pm.
  • Women’s hockey semifinal 1 – 11 pm.

Day 11: Mon, Feb. 14

  • Men’s team ski jumping, large hill – 5:10 am.
  • Women’s skiing, aerials final – 6 am.
  • Men bobsled two-man heats 1, and 2 – 7 am.
  • Women’s hockey semifinal 2 – 8 am.
  • Men’s curling round robin, USA vs. Switzerland – 8 pm.
  • Men’s skiing slopestyle final – 8:30 pm.
  • Women’s snowboarding big air final – 8:30 pm.
  • Women’s skiing downhill final – 10 pm. 
  • Men’s hockey quarterfinal playoff – 11 pm.

Day 12: Tuesday, Feb. 15

  • Men’s snowboarding big air final – 12 am.
  • Women’s curling round robin, USA vs. Switzerland – 1 am.
  • Men’s hockey quarterfinal playoff – 3:40 am.
  • Women’s figure skating short program – 5 am.
  • Men’s curling round robin, USA vs. Italy – 7 am.
  • Men’s bobsled two-man heats 3 and 4, final – 7:15
  • Men’s hockey quarterfinal playoff – 8 am.
  • Women’s curling round robin, USA vs. Canada – 8 pm.
  • Men’s hockey quarterfinal – 11 pm.

Day 13: Wed, Feb. 16

  • Men’s skiing, slalom run 2, final – 12:45 am.
  • Men’s hockey quarterfinal – 1 am.
  • Women’s biathlon 4x6km relay – 2:45 am.
  • Men’s hockey quarterfinal – 3:40 am.
  • Women’s hockey bronze medal game – 6:30 am.
  • Women’s curling round robin, USA vs. Japan – 7 am.
  • Women’s speedskating, 1500m final – 8 am.
  • Men’s hockey quarterfinal – 8:30 am.
  • Women’s curling round robin, USA vs. Denmark – 8 pm.
  • Women’s hockey gold medal game – 11 pm. 

Day 14: Thus, Feb. 17

  • Women’s skiing combined slalom, final – 1 am.
  • Women’s ski cross, final – 1 am.
  • Women’s speedskating 3000m final, 3:30 am.
  • Women’s figure skating, free skating final – 5 am.
  • Men’s curling semifinal 1 – 7 am.
  • Men’s curling semifinal 2 – 8 pm.
  • Women’s skiing halfpipe final – 8:30 pm.
  • Men’s hockey semifinal 1 – 11 pm. 

Day 15: Friday, Feb. 18

  • Men’s ski cross final – 1 am.
  • Men’s curling bronze medal game – 1 am.
  • Men’s speedskating final – 3:30 am.
  • Men’s biathlon 15km mass start final – 4 am.
  • Women’s curling semifinal – 7 am. 
  • Men’s hockey semifinal 2 – 8:10 am.
  • Men’s skiing halfpipe final – 8:30 pm.

Day 16: Sat, Feb. 19

  • Men’s curling gold medal game – 1 am.
  • Men’s and women’s speedskating mass start – 2 am. 
  • Pairs figure skating free skate final – 6 am.
  • Women’s curling bronze medal game – 8 am.
  • Men’s hockey bronze medal game – 8 am.
  • Women’s curling gold medal game – 8 pm.
  • Men’s hockey gold medal game – 11 pm.

Day 17: Sun, Feb. 20

  • 2022 Winter Olympics Closing Ceremony – 7 pm.

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