Handy Viewing Guide for the 2022 Winter Olympics

The 2022 Winter Olympics are underway. They will be broadcast on KSDK so for more information CLICK HERE.

Friday night the Opening Ceremonies will be broadcast and due to Covid-19, instead of the usual cauldron lighting, the torch was placed at the center of a snowflake made of placards used to introduce the athletes. For more on that CLICK HERE.

Local Olympians- Follow KSDK for Olympics Info.

O’Fallon native Jincy Dunne and the USA Women’s Hockey Team are going for gold at the Winter Olympics. To follow this local star in action on the ice   CLICK HERE

The following is a schedule we put together using information from TeamUSA.org. This list is meant to be used as a guide. Please check KSDK.com or USA Network for specific details. Times listed below may change.

OLYMPICS SCHEDULE

NOTE: Times get changed due to weather conditions and other reasons– especially during prime-time.

Monday, Feb. 7 – Primetime NBC: figure skating team titles awarded, individual figure skating. (Nathan Chen in the men’s short), men’s alpine skiing super-G, women’s freestyle skiing big air final CNBC: mixed doubles curling. USA Network: U.S. and Canada preliminary round of the women’s hockey tournament 10:10 p.m.

Tuesday, Feb. 8- NBC Primetime: skiing, slalom (Mikaela Shiffrin) Snowboarding qualifying (Chloe Kim, Shaun White)  Gold medals in men’s big air skiing. CNBC: Curling mixed doubles final 4 and 7 p.m.

Wednesday, Feb. 9-NBC Primetime: women’s halfpipe final, men’s figure skating free. (During the day, NBC 1 p.m. to 4 p.m: women’s snowboardcross final ( Lindsey Jacobellis); CNBC: Curling 4 p.m. and the U.S. women versus the same opponent live starting at 7 p.m.

Thursday, Feb. 10—NBC Primetime: Snowboarding (Can Shaun White end his Olympic career with a fourth gold medal in men’s halfpipe), Womens Super G (Mikaela Shiffron)  CNBC 7 p.m. Curling;  USA early morning 6 a.m.: Curling, mixed team

Friday, Feb. 11— NBC Primetime: mixed teams snowboardcross, Women’s 1,000 meter speed skating (Kristen Santos) USA Network early morning 5 a.m.- Shorttrack speedskating (Kristen Santos)

Saturday, Feb. 12- NBC Primetime- Women’s Skeleton, Monobob; NBC during the day (starts at 5 a.m.) Rhythm Dance (Madison Hubbell-Zachary Donohue and Madison Chock-Evan Bates) ; USA Network at 1:30 a.m.: women’s cross country relay live CNBC 10 p.m. US v. Canada men’s curling

Sunday, Feb. 13-  NBC during the day: 7 a.m. Women’s 500-meter speed  skating (Erin Jackson), then mens speed skating. (No NBC primetime on this date) Latenight on NBC (10:45) ice dance, free dance; USA Network hockey and curling all day

Monday, Feb. 14- NBC Primetime: women’s downhill ski, women’s snowboard big air final; mens slopestyle;  NBC 1 pm. to 4 p.m. final runs in the new women’s (Kaillie Humphries -COVID protocol so might participate) (Elana Meyers Taylor);  USA Network 10:10 p.m. women’s hockey and 7 a.m. a second semifinal

Tuesday, Feb. 15 – NBC Primetime: women’s figure skating; USA Network 3 a.m. (and then again on NBC Primetime that night)- women’s figure skating begins (short program- Mariah Bell, Karen Chen, Alysa Liu vs. Russians; USA Network daytime also includes Nordic combined, biathlon, bobsled, aerials skiing and men’s hockey quarterfinals live at 12:30 a.m.; CNBC evening: U.S. men’s and women’s curling.

Wednesday, Feb. 16—NBC Primetime: Women’s combined skiing (final medal opp. for Mikaela Shiffrin);  NBC- 10:05 p.m. USA Women’s Hockey; USA Network early morning 5 a.m.-7:30 women’s 1,500 speed skating short track. 9:30 a.m. Mikaela Shiffrin in slalom

Thursday, Feb. 17—NBC Primetime: Women’s Figure Skating, women’s half pipe, Women’s 1,000-meter long track speedskating final; USA Network 4 a.m. to 8 a.m. women’s figure skating free skate live—same shown on NBC primetime that night. USA also has Speedskating (Brittany Bowe) 12 a.m. and men’s hockey semifinal 11:1l- p.m.

Friday, Feb. 18— NBC Primetime: skating at night, and men’s halfpipe skiing final; USA Network: Pairs Figure Skating, second men’s hockey semifinal airs at 8:45 a.m. Also on USA Network beginning at 11 p.m. is men’s 50-kilometer cross-country race.

Saturday, Feb. 19 – NBC Primetime: Pairs free skate, four-man bobsled;  men’s hockey final; CNBC: replaying curling during the primetime hours, plus men’s curling bronze-medal game at 7 a.m. and the women’s gold-medal game at 8 p.m.; USA Network: women’s biathlon 12.5-kilometer mass 3 a.m. (Susan Dunklee and Clare Egan), then pairs free skate at 5 a.m. men’s hockey gold-medal game live at 10:10 p.m. on the USA Network.

Sunday, Feb. 20—NBC Primetime: Closing Ceremonies. Last live event of 2022 Olympics- 12:30 a.m. to 2:30 a.m. women’s cross-country 30-kilometer race; NBC shows replay of that during day.

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