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Want to keep up with all of the Winter Olympics action today? Here’s everything you need to know about what’s happening on Monday, Feb. 7.
It’s a new day and that means more Winter Olympics. Are you interested in checking out what’s going on over in Beijing for the Olympics?
Because the 2022 Winter Olympics are taking place in China, many of the events took place while folks in other hemispheres and time zones were asleep. Here’s how the schedule was set up for Monday, Feb. 7.
2022 Winter Olympics schedule: What and how to watch for Feb. 7
Medal Events (all times ET)
- 10:35 p.m. (Sunday) Women single skating – free skating
- 11 p.m. Alpine skiing – men’s downhill
- 11:54 p.m. Men’s snowboard slopestyle final run 3
- 1:30 a.m. (Monday) Alpine skiing – women’s giant slalom run 2
- 3:30 a.m. Speed skating – Women’s 1500 m
- 4 a.m. Biathlon – women’s 15km individual
- 7:51 a.m. Ski jumping – Mixed team final round
- 7:53 a.m. Short track speed skating – Women’s 500m- Final A
- 8:04 a.m. Short track speed skating – Men’s 1000m- Final A
How can I live stream or watch the 2022 Winter Olympics on my television?
Even though these events may have taken place while many were asleep, the events will be broadcast on NBC’s family of channels throughout the day. For the full information on the TV schedule, click here.
All of the events will be available to live stream on Peacock or over at FuboTV. Check out the full schedule of events right over here.