By NAN STAFF WRITER
Americas News, New York, NY, Monday. 7, 2022: Watch the cadence, watch the ride, time skate 2.0 for Jamaica at the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics.
So when and how can you watch the event? The full schedule has now been released and is as follows:
Preliminary Round 1 of Official Women’s Monopop Training – Saturday. Feb 12 – 8:30pm EST – Yanqing National Slip Center
Preliminary Round 2 of Women’s Official Monopop Training – Saturday. Feb 12 – 10pm EST – Yanqing National Slip Center
Preliminary Round 3 of Official Women’s Monopop Training – h. Feb 13 – 8:30pm EST – Yanqing National Slip Center
Preliminary Round 4 of Official Women’s Monopop Training – h. Feb 13 – 10pm EST – Yanqing National Slip Center
Jamaican Pop Skating Team Two – Preliminary Round 1 – February 14 – 7:05am – Yanqing National Skating Center
Jamaican Pop Skating Team Two – Preliminary Round 2 – February 14 – 8:40am – Yanqing National Skating Center
Jamaican Pop Skating Team Two – Preliminary Round 3 – 15 Feb – 7:15am – Yanqing National Skating Center
Jamaican Pop Skating Team Two – Preliminary Round February 4-15 – 8:50am – Yanqing National Skating Center
Jamaican Four-Men Pop Skating Team – Preliminary Round 1 – 18 February – 8:30am – Yanqing National Skating Center
Jamaica four-man bobsled team – Preliminary Round 2 – Feb 18 – 10:05am – Yanqing National Skating Center
Jamaican Four-Men Pop Skating Team – Preliminary Round 3 – February 19 – 8:30 pm – Yanqing National Skating Center
Jamaican Four-Men Pop Skating Team – Preliminary Round 4 – 19 February 10:20 p.m. – Yanqing National Ski Center
This will be the first time that Jamaica has been represented in 3 Olympic bobsleigh races: the men’s four, the two men’s and the women’s monopop by Jazmine Fenlator-Victorian.
The four-man squad is made up of Shanwyn Stevens, Ashley Watson, Matthew Wakeby, Nimroy Turgot and Rolando Reed.
Where do you watch
This year, the broadcast mode is shaping up to be even better.
NBC’s Peacock app is ground zero for Winter Olympics content. The app will show every event that’s broadcast on broadcast and cable TV, if you have a $4.99 Peacock Premium membership with ads, or a $9.99 ad-free plan. Both plans also give you access to the full replay of each competition after it ends, along with some additional exclusives.
Peacock has recently ended its free seven-day Premium trial. Using the app’s free tier will get you the daily summaries, features, and studio presentations.
You can find the Peacock app on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Fire tablets, Apple devices, Android devices, Chromecast, Microsoft Xbox, and Sony PlayStation. You can also find the app on LG, Samsung, and Vizio smart TVs. Just note that Peacock is not an add-on option within Amazon Prime or other large streaming services.
NBCUniversal has entered into an agreement with TikTok to create daily content and a three-part Olympic series, which will appear on the network’s NBCOlympics TikTok profile. Typing the word “Olympic Games” into the TikTok search bar will bring up a hub of video content from Olympians and teams as well as hashtags to follow various sports, trends and events.
NBC won’t be broadcasting the entire collection on its TikTok channels, but it has already started posting highlights.
Comcast and other cable providers
Cable customers of NBCUniversal’s parent company Comcast can stream games online at no additional cost using the Xfinity TV Box.
There is a dedicated hub for live and on-demand Olympic content in the cable box and broadcast device front. Say “Olympic Games” on your device’s voice remote control to operate the hub. Subscribers can set alerts for live coverage they’re interested in, and sports marked as favorites must move to the Xfinity Stream mobile apps.
In addition, Comcast is giving Xfinity X1, Xfinity Flex, and XClass TV subscribers access to Peacock’s Premium tier. The same applies to Cox cable customers who use Contour and Contour Stream Player devices. (Other cable operators also offer Peacock promotions, so if you have cable, check your carrier’s offerings.) Go to the Peacock website to link your cable account.
YouTube TV is offering a free two-week trial, which will include access to NBC’s coverage of the Olympics. (Be sure to check if the channel is available in your region.) Subscription usually starts at $64.99. However, Google is currently offering a $30 discount ($54.99 per month for three months) for new subscriptions.
NBC and Comcast have launched an app for the Meta Quest 2 (formerly Oculus Quest 2) headphones, allowing sports fans to get a 180-degree view of their games. The app is called NBC Olympics VR by Xfinity and can be downloaded for free from the Oculus App Store.
The app offers immersive views of figure skating, hockey, and figure skating, while other events allow you to switch between cameras to get more points of interest.
Sports-focused streaming service FuboTV and streaming platform Sling TV will host access to typical NBC coverage of the Olympics. FuboTV offers a seven-day free trial and membership for $64.99 per month, while Sling, which broadcasts to NBC in select markets, offers a three-day trial before the start of the full $35 per month membership.
NBC will cover, highlight and comment on the Air Olympics on its iOS and Android mobile apps for NBC and NBC Sports, as well as on NBC’s Winter 2022 Olympics TV app, but you’ll need to be signed in with your cable service provider to stream content. You can also listen to NBCOlympics.com and related TV channels including CNBC and USA Network.
If you’re only interested in the highlights, you can find free meals on TikTok, Instagram, YouTube, and Twitter, among other places. But if you want to settle down and watch the full action, the legal way to get it for free is a bit more complicated.
Since Peacock dumped their free trials just in time for the Olympics, YouTube TV might be your best bet — and try it out for a full two weeks. Just know that you can’t continue watching if you cancel the service during the trial period. If you don’t really want to sign up, mark your calendar to quit before you get charged. FuboTV and Sling TV are other options. (Hulu + Live TV has just ended its seven-day free trial.)
If you have an antenna, you can watch NBC’s live broadcasts for free, but you’ll need to find a way to record them via a DVR box or an app if you don’t want to be up all hours of the live broadcast. nourishes. https://f74d1b5fe819b7730fd24b53733af2e2.safeframe.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-38/html/container.html