2022 Olympics live updates: Kaillie Humphries, Elana Meyers Taylor finish 1-2 in monobob; Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron win gold in ice dancing


Throughout the 2022 Winter Olympics, here’s a daily preview of the top events and how to watch them.

Due to the time difference, the live competition in China starts every day at Prime Time Eastern and runs overnight until mid-morning the following day. This issue covers events happening in Beijing on Monday (Sunday night through Monday morning in the US).

All dates and times below are converted to Eastern Time, 13 hours behind Beijing Time. With the Super Bowl airing earlier in the day, NBC’s main channel-curated Sunday primetime show will begin later than normal, at 10:45 p.m. ET, and will feature live bobsleighing with the women’s monobob finals and figure skating with the Completion of the ice dance competition. All events can be streamed on Peacock or NBCOlympics.com.

Top events in the USA

Women’s Ice Hockey

What: USA vs. Finland, semifinals

When: Monday, 8:10 a.m

TV: USA and streaming

Another win each for the USA and Canada (who face Switzerland in the other semi-final on Sunday night at 11:10pm GMT) sets the stage for the gold medal rematch that everyone was expecting when the tournament began. The USA defeated Finland 5-2 in the group stage while Canada defeated Switzerland 12-1.

figure skating

What: ice dance, free dance

When: Sunday, 8:15 p.m

TV: NBC (delayed, 10:45 p.m.) and streaming

Two US teams sit within striking distance of a medal after the first event of the two-event competition, the rhythm dance. Madison Hubbell and Zachary Donohue are in third place, with Madison Chock and Evan Bates in fourth place.


What: Women’s monobob, heats 3-4

When: Sunday, 8:30 p.m

TV: NBC (delayed, 10:45 p.m.) and streaming

The American Kaillie Humphries is in first place after the first two races and sets the two best times so far. Her US teammate Elana Meyers Taylor is fourth, just a tenth of a second from medal position.


What: Big Air qualifiers for women and men

When: Sunday, 8:30 p.m. (women); Monday, 12:30 a.m. (men)

TV: NBC (women, time-delayed, 12:30 a.m.), USA (men, live) and streaming

Jamie Anderson, who won silver at the event in Pyeongchang, is leading the US team along with this year’s women’s slopestyle silver medalist, Julia Marino. In the men’s field is 21-year-old Red Gerard, gold medalist in men’s slopestyle in 2018. He finished sixth in the Big Air in Pyeongchang.

Ice stock sport for women

What: USA vs. South Korea

When: Sunday, 8:05 p.m

TV: USA (delayed, Monday 3am) and streaming

After a 3-0 start, the US women lost back-to-back and are now sitting on the outside, looking to the top four as they advance to the medal rounds. They also have to face the two best teams in the current table – Switzerland and Japan. John Shuster’s men’s team is off today.

Other medal events

Freestyle skiing

What: Women’s Aerials Finals

When: Monday, 6 a.m. (antennas)

TV: USA and streaming

ski jumping

What: Men’s team competition, first and last round

When: Monday, 5 p.m

TV: USA (delayed, 10:30 am) and streaming

Other events

Alpine skiing

What: Downhill training for women

When: Monday, midnight

TV: Streaming only


What: Two man, heats 1-2

When: Monday, 7:05 a.m

TV: USA (1st heat, live; 2nd heat, delayed, 12 p.m.) and streaming

Ice stock sport for women

What: Round games

When: Sunday, 8:05 p.m.; Monday, 7:05 a.m

TV: CNBC (Switzerland-Sweden, time-delayed, Monday, 5 p.m.) and streaming

curling for men

What: Round games

When: Monday, 1:05 am

TV: USA (Switzerland-Great Britain, time-delayed, 1 p.m.) and streaming

Freestyle skiing

What: Women’s slopestyle and aerials qualifiers (moved from previous day)

When: Sunday, 9 p.m. (Slopestyle); Monday, 2 a.m. (antennas)

TV: NBC (Slopestyle, time-shifted, Monday, 1:10 a.m.) and streaming

Women’s Ice Hockey

What: Canada vs. Switzerland, semifinals

When: Sunday, 11:10 p.m

TV: Streaming only

(Robert Deutsch / USA Today)


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