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How to Watch the Winter Olympics (Feb. 15): Women's Figure Skating, Ice Hockey and More

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Here's your guide to how to watch the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics and where to find it all for Tuesday, Feb. 15, 2022. For overnight events and Wednesday's full 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 Figure Skating

The much-anticipated women's singles figure skating event gets underway very early Tuesday morning. For you night owls, you can watch the Women's Short Program live online beginning at 2 a.m. here -- or you can wait until NBC's Tuesday primetime coverage to catch all the action.

The Bay Area will be well-represented with two local skaters competing: Karen Chen of Fremont, Calif. and Alysa Liu from Richmond, Calif. Mariah Bell rounds out the Team USA contingent.

All eyes will be on the gold medal favorite, Russian skater Kamila Valieva. In a controversial decision, the Court of Arbitration for Sport ruled that the 15-year-old does not need to be provisionally suspended ahead of a full investigation into a failed drug test that came prior to the Games.

How to Watch Ice Hockey

After securing a first-round bye in the playoffs, the United States men's ice hockey team is set to face its first postseason opponent tonight, as the Americans square off against Slovakia in the quarterfinals.

How to Watch Freestyle Skiing

How to Watch Nordic Combined

How to Watch Curling

Among the high-flying snowboard tricks and graceful ice skating during these winter olympics, there’s another sport that has captured the world’s attention–curling. Our Digital Correspondent Abbey Fernández learns how to play.

How to Watch Alpine Skiing

How to Watch Biathlon

Look out for Palo Alto's Joanne Reid who is competing in her second Olympics.

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