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How to Watch the Winter Olympics (Feb. 12): Bobsled, Figure Skating, Giant Slalom

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Here's your guide to how to watch the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics and where to find it all for Saturday, Feb. 12, 2022. For overnight coverage and Sunday's complete schedule, click here.

All times listed below are in Pacific Standard Time. If you miss a live event, don't worry. The links below go to NBCOlympics.com live streams and can also be used to access on-demand video replays of events once they're over. Reminder: All events are also streamed live on Peacock (premium tier).

We'll also include notable Northern California Olympians so you don't miss any of your favorite local athletes.

View the latest Olympic TV schedule from the networks of NBC here.

How to Watch Bobsled

A week after finally leaving isolation, American bobsledder Elana Meyers Taylor is coming to primetime.

NBC will have live coverage Saturday night when women’s monobob makes its Olympic debut. Meyers Taylor has dominated the solo discipline, in which drivers work without a brakeman, but she is also coming off a week in isolation after testing positive for COVID-19 on Jan. 29. 

The time away cost the three-time Olympic medalist her spot as a flagbearer for the opening ceremony.

How to Watch Freestyle Skiing

Due to heavy snowfall and poor visibility, qualifying in Women's Freeski Slopestyle was postponed Sunday to a later date and time yet to be determined.

How to Watch Alpine Skiing

How to Watch Speed Skating

How to Watch Ice Hockey

How to Watch Biathlon

How to Watch Ski Jumping

How to Watch Figure Skating

Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron of France are considered by many as the top ice dancing team in the world, but three American pairs will also be in the hunt. Replay coverage of this event will be featured to NBC’s prime time coverage.

How to Watch Curling

How to Watch Cross-Country Skiing

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