Olympic Ski Event Schedule and How to Watch

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It’s almost time! We can practically hear the Olympic theme song playing in our heads. So when the ski events of the 2022 Winter Games kick off in Beijing on February 5, you best know how to watch them.

To that end, we’ve rounded up a handy primer on where you can catch the alpine and freestyle skiing competitions, either with or without cable or satellite service, and the times of the medal events converted to Eastern Standard Time. Bookmark this page for easy reference throughout the Olympics. USA! USA! USA!

The National Stadium, also known as the Bird’s Nest, is the venue for the opening and closing ceremonies of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics. Photo: VCG/VCG via Getty Images

When Is the Opening Ceremony?

The Games run from February 4 to 20, with the Opening Ceremony broadcast live at 6:30 on the morning of February 4 on NBC as well as livestreamed on NBC’s Peacock app. Not an early bird? Don’t worry, you can watch it in the evening when it’s replayed during NBC’s primetime Olympic coverage starting at 8 pm EST.

Where Can You Watch the Competitions?

Whether you’re still connected by cable or satellite or you’ve cut the cord and are looking to stream, these are your options:

With Cable or Satellite Service

NBC and Affiliates

NBC has sole rights to broadcast the Games, as it has continuously since 1988 and will until 2032. The media giant will have primetime coverage on your local NBC station nightly and on weekends, and on its extended affiliates, including USA and CNBC, more regularly . USA will have a good variety of events, including skiing, while CNBC will mostly be broadcasting hockey.

Olympics.com

The official Olympics website will be livestreaming many events as well, which viewers can watch by in to their cable or satellite signing account. The Olympics have partnered with all of the big names, including DirecTV, Dish, Verizon, and Xfinity. Click here to see if your provider has linked up with the official Olympics website for free event streaming plus bonus content such as commentary, series, films, and replays.

Related: Here’s Why the 2022 Beijing Olympics Will Be Different from Previous Games

With an App Subscription

If you’re looking to stream, you can find full Olympic coverage at NBC’s Peacock app, NBC Sports app, and NBCOlympics.com, where a selection of events will be available. The only way to guarantee that you can see whichever events you want, though, is to purchase a Premium subscription to Peacock for $10 per month (or $5 per month with ads). That’s all 2,800 hours of the Games for your viewing pleasure.

You can also watch live events via Sling TV (starting at $35 per month), YouTube TV (from $55 per month), and Hulu’s Live TV subscription ($70 per month).

When Are the Ski Events?

Below you’ll find the schedule for all the alpine and freestyle medal events. These include the five alpine disciplines (slalom, downhill, alpine combined, super-G, and giant slalom) as well as the five freestyle events (halfpipe, slopestyle, moguls, ski cross, and aerials) for both men and women. There’s also one mixed event each for both alpine and freestyle competitors: the mixed team aerials, which are new to the Games this year, and the mixed team parallel slalom.

As Beijing is 12 hours ahead of Eastern Standard Time, plan accordingly, especially if you’re wanting to see the non-medal qualification rounds, which likely won’t be widely broadcast. You can find a full schedule of all events at Olympics.com.

SKI will have coverage and analysis of the alpine and freestyle medal events; look for it on SKI’s new 2022 Winter Olympics landing page. New stories will be added daily. You’ll also find deep dives into the venues and the culture, athlete profiles, and the kind of inspirational stories that make us all cherish the spirit of the Olympics.

Genting Snow Park
A view of the moguls venue at Genting Snow Park. Photo: Matthias Hangst/Getty Images.

2022 Beijing Winter Olympics Schedule of Ski Events

All times are Eastern Standard Time. * Denotes new events.

February 5

  • Men’s Moguls, 6:30 am
  • Men’s Downhill, 10 pm

February 6

  • Women’s Moguls, 6:30 am

February 7

  • Women’s Giant Slalom, 12:45 am
  • Women’s Ski Big Air*, 9 pm
  • Men’s Super-G, 10 pm

February 8

  • Men’s Ski Big Air*, 10 pm

February 9

  • Women’s Slalom, 12:45 am
  • Men’s Combined Downhill, 10:30 pm

February 10

  • Men’s Combined Slalom, 1:15 am
  • Mixed Team Aerials*, 6:50 am
  • Women’s Super-G, 10 pm

February 13

  • Men’s Giant Slalom, 12:45 am
  • Women’s Slopestyle, 8:30 pm
  • Women’s Downhill, 10 pm

February 14

  • Women’s Aerials, 6 am
  • Men’s Slopestyle, 8:30 pm

February 16

  • Men’s Slalom, 12:45 am
  • Men’s Aerials, 6 am
  • Women’s Combined Downhill, 9:30 pm

February 17

  • Women’s Ski Cross, 1 am
  • Women’s Halfpipe, 8:30 pm
  • Women’s Combined Slalom, 1 am

February 18

  • Men’s Ski Cross, 1 am
  • Men’s Halfpipe, 8:30 pm
  • Mixed Team Parallel Slalom, 10 pm

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