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2022 Winter Olympics – Mikaela Shiffrin, Eileen Gu and Red Gerard vie for gold, and more from Beijing


On Tuesday night at the 2022 Winter Olympics, gold medals will be handed out in men’s and women’s snowboard big air, Mikaela Shiffrin will race again and Eileen Gu has a chance to make history.

First, in the women’s big air, Hailey Langland will be the only American in the final after 2018 silver medalist Jamie Anderson failed to advance to the final.

Later in the evening, Red Gerard and Chris Corning will represent Team USA in the men’s final.

Gerard and other snowboarders struggled with the snowboard judges, challenging scoring at the Olympics. The halfpipe, slopestyle and big air scores have been criticized for being inconsistent and sometimes downright incorrect.

“There’s nothing they can do after putting in the scores to change that,” Gerard said on Monday. “…You talk about, it changes some people’s lives, you know?”

In freeski slopestyle, crowd favorite Gu will be looking for another gold medal to match the one she won in big air, which would make her the first female freestyle skier to win two gold medals at the games. Between those finals, Shiffrin will compete in her first Olympic downhill race, as one of four Americans competing.

The USA men’s hockey team has a bye to the quarterfinals and awaits its opponent. The qualifying playoffs begin on Monday evening, and the Americans will face the winner of Slovakia-Germany.


Upcoming Events (every hour ET)

8:05 p.m.: Men’s Curling Round Robin – USA vs. Switzerland

8:30 p.m.: Women’s ski slopestyle final

8:30 p.m.: Women’s big air ski final

8:30 p.m.: Women’s Big Air Snowboard Final

11:10 p.m.: Men’s Hockey Quarter-Final Qualifiers (Slovakia v Germany; Denmark v Latvia)

12 p.m.: Men’s Big Air Snowboard Final

3h20: Speed ​​Skating Team Pursuit Finals

3h40: Men’s Hockey Quarter-Final Qualifiers (Czech Republic vs. Switzerland)

7am: Men’s Curling Round Robin (multiple matches)

8:10 a.m.: Men’s Hockey Quarter-Final Qualifiers (Canada v. China)

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