how to watch the olympics

How to Watch the Winter Olympics (Feb. 9): Figure Skating, Snowboarding and Alpine Skiing

NBC Universal, Inc.

Here's your guide to how to watch the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics and where to find it all for Wednesday, Feb. 9, 2022. For events taking place overnight and Thursday'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

It's the final night of men's singles and medals are on the line. The "Quad King" Nathan Chen (USA) is currently atop the leaderboard with a score of 113.97 going into the Men's Free Skate. Yuma Kagiyama and Shoma Uno of Japan are close behind with 108.12 and 105.90 points respectively. Jason Brown (USA) is currently in sixth place.

Live coverage of the event begins at 5:30 p.m. Chen will be the final skater in a field of 24 to take the ice. Tune in to live coverage when the top skaters compete during NBC primetime or watch the event in full online.

How to Watch Snowboarding

Defending gold medalist Chloe Kim (USA) is the top qualifier in the Women's Snowboard Halfpipe medal event. See live coverage during NBC's Olympics primetime.

How to Watch Alpine Skiing

**UPDATE** Per this afternoon's published start list, NorCal's Bryce Bennett is not scheduled for this event.

How to Watch Ice Hockey

How to Watch Cross-Country Skiing

How to Watch Short Track

How to Watch Curling

How to Watch Luge

Contact Us