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US start time, TV channel, live broadcast as Beijing Olympics begins UNDERWAY

After months of anticipation, the Winter Olympics are finally taking place in Beijing.

All eyes will be on the representatives of the Stars and Stripes as they go in search of gold.

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Shaun White Wins Gold Medal In Beijing Again At His FIFTH Winter OlympicsCredit: PA

With events running over 18 days, there’s something for everyone: the glory of the world’s best chase medals.

The United States is organizing a diplomatic boycott of the Olympics, but that only means no delegates or officials will be coming to the event.

Athletes from Team USA will compete in more than 100 events in seven Olympic disciplines: biathalon, bobsled, curl, ice hockey, luge, figure skating and snowboarding.

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Canadian speed skaters are training for this weekCredit: AFP

When will the 2022 Winter Olympics take place?

  • The Olympics are currently underway, with the opening ceremony taking place on Friday, February 4.
  • But the events have really begun on Wednesday, February 2 – Team USA will appear in hockey and foosball.
  • After more than two weeks of excitement, the Sports Festival will end with a closing ceremony on Sunday, February 20th.

What TV channel and live stream can I watch?

There are many ways to track every move from Beijing.

NBC will show about 200 hours of coverage, spread over 18 nights in their prime time slot.

For those of you using cable, USA Network will have around 400 hours, with CNBC providing an additional 80 hours (mostly snooker and ice hockey).

Peacock is the streaming option for the Winter Olympics and will have comprehensive coverage throughout the recent three-week event.

You can see EACH live events on their service, with a Peacock premium subscription priced at $4.99/month.

Get ready for more than a fortnight of action from the slopes

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Get ready for more than a fortnight of action from the slopesCredit: AP

Full schedule

Here are the events featuring Teams USA and Canada, with all times starting in EST time.

Tuesday, February 8 – TODAY

  • Bronze medal match in mixed doubles (1am)
  • Final of 20 km men’s individual biathalon (3:30 am)
  • Men’s 1,500m speed skating final (5:30 am)
  • Mixed doubles gold medal match (7am)
  • Women’s singles final (8:35)
  • Men’s skiing, major air force final (10 p.m.)

Wednesday, February 9

  • Women’s snowboarding final (1:30am)
  • Men’s 1,500m speed skating final (6am)
  • Men’s circle kick, USA vs ROC (7am)
  • Luge doubles all runs, final (7.20am)
  • Women’s Circle Kick – USA vs ROC (8pm)
  • Women’s snowboard semi final (8:30pm)

Thursday, February 10

  • Men’s snowboarding final (1am)
  • Men’s circle kick, USA vs Sweden (1am)
  • Men’s slalom and men’s skiing final (1:15 am)
  • Mixed Team Freestyle Ski Finals (6am)
  • Women’s 5,000m speed skating final (7am)
  • Women’s Circle Kick, USA vs Denmark (7am)
  • Men’s Hockey Qualifiers, USA vs China (8am)
  • Men’s Circle Kick, USA vs Team GB (8pm)
  • Men’s Snowboard Half Finals (8pm)
  • Women’s Hockey Quarterfinals (11pm)

Friday, February 11

  • Women’s circle kick, USA vs China (1am)
  • Men’s 15km cross-country ski final (2am)
  • Men’s 10,000m speed skating final (3am)
  • Women’s 1,000m speed skating final (7:30 am)
  • Women’s Hockey Quarterfinals (8am)
  • Men’s bracket final (8:55 am)
  • Ski mixed team final (9pm)
  • Men’s Hockey Qualifiers, USA vs Canada (11am)

Saturday, February 12

  • Men’s circle kick, USA vs Norway (1am)
  • Women’s cross country 4×5 km relay final (2:30 am)
  • Women’s Hockey Quarterfinals (3.40)
  • Men’s speed skating, 500m final (3h50)
  • Men’s biathal 10km sprint (4am)
  • Men’s ski jump, big hill final (5 a.m.)
  • Women’s Circle Kick, USA vs Team GB (7am)
  • Women’s skeleton round 3 and 4, final (7 hours 20)
  • Men’s circle kick, USA vs Canada (8 hours 55 minutes)

Sunday, February 13

  • The final 2 rounds of the men’s ski giant slalom (12:45)
  • Women’s Circle Kick, USA vs Sweden (1am)
  • 4×10 km men’s cross-country skiing (2am)
  • Men’s Hockey Qualifiers, USA vs Germany (8am)
  • Women’s speed skating 500m final (8h50)
  • Women’s circle kick, USA vs Korea (8 hours 55 minutes)
  • Women’s sledding match 3 and 4, final (8:30pm)
  • Women’s downhill ski final (8:30pm)
  • Women’s Hockey Semi-Final – (11pm)

Monday, February 14

  • Men’s team ski jump, big hill (5h10)
  • Women’s skiing and snowboarding final (6 a.m.)
  • Two-man cross-country skiing, laps 1 and 2 (7 a.m.)
  • Women’s hockey semi-finals (8am)
  • Men’s Circle Kick, USA vs Switzerland (8pm)
  • Men’s Ski Finals (8:30pm)
  • Women’s Ski Grand Finals (8:30pm)
  • Women’s ski downhill final (10pm)
  • Men’s Hockey Quarterfinals (11pm)

Tuesday, February 15

  • Men’s Ski Grand Finals (midnight)
  • Women’s Circle Kick, USA vs Switzerland (1am)
  • Men’s hockey quarterfinals (3h40)
  • Women’s figure skating short program (5am)
  • Men’s Circle Kick, USA vs Italy (7am)
  • Finals 3 and 4 of the two men’s snowmobile racing (7:15 am)
  • Men’s Hockey Quarterfinals (8am)
  • Women’s Circle Kick, USA vs Canada (8pm)
  • Men’s Hockey Quarterfinals (11pm)

Wednesday, February 16

  • Men’s skiing, slalom 2 run, final (00.45am)
  • Men’s Hockey Quarterfinals (1am)
  • Women’s biathal 4×6 km relay (2h45)
  • Men’s hockey quarterfinals (3h40)
  • Women’s hockey bronze medal match (6:30 am)
  • Women’s circle kick, USA vs Japan (7am)
  • Women’s speed skating, 1500m final (8am)
  • Men’s Hockey Quarterfinals (8:30 a.m.)
  • Women’s Circle Kick, USA vs Denmark (8pm)
  • Gold medal in women’s hockey (11pm)

Thursday, February 17

  • Slalom combined women’s skiing, final (1am)
  • Women’s cross-country skiing, final (1am)
  • Women’s 3000m speed skating final (3:30 am)
  • Women’s figure skating, freestyle skating finals (5am)
  • Semi-final 1 of men’s irons (7am)
  • Semi-final 2 men’s ironball (8pm)
  • Women’s Ski 1st Half Final (8:30pm)
  • Men’s Hockey Semifinals (11pm)

Friday, February 18

  • Men’s cross-country ski final (1am)
  • Bronze medal match in men’s billiards (1am)
  • Men’s speed skating final (3:30 am)
  • The final match started at the same time 15 km biathal men (4 am)
  • Women’s snooker semi-final (7am)
  • Semi-final match of 2 men’s hockey games (8:10)
  • Men’s Ski 1st Half Final (8:30pm)

Saturday, February 19

  • Gold medal in men’s billiards (1am)
  • Start of men’s and women’s speed skating (2am)
  • Couples Freestyle Figure Skating Finals (6am)
  • Bronze medal in women’s billiards (8am)
  • Men’s hockey bronze medal match (8am)
  • Gold medal in women’s billiards (8am)
  • Gold Medal in Men’s Hockey (11pm)

Sunday, February 20

  • Closing Ceremony of the Winter Olympics (7pm)

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