Winter Olympics 2022
Winter Olympics 2022 Closing Ceremony: times, TV and how to watch online
The 24th edition of the Winter Olympic Games reaches its conclusion on Sunday with a handful of gold medal events before the Closing Ceremony.
After just over a fortnight of action and elation for some, heartbreak for others, the 2022 Winter Olympic Games is about to reach its conclusion. A handful of gold medal events will bring an end the 24th edition of the Winter Olympics, then it will be all over to Beijing’s National Stadium for the Closing Ceremony - the final act of this Games before the baton is passed to Paris, who host the 2024 Summer Games. **Follow the closing ceremony live**
No stopping Norway
According to IOC figures, an audience of around 316 million viewers watched the Opening Ceremony on 4 February in China alone. It has been a memorable Olympics for Norway who, whatever happens in Sunday’s closing events, are guaranteed to finish at the top of the medals table. They will be going home with at least 35 medals - including 15 gold medals - a new Winter Olympic record. Bringing it all to a close will be gold medal events in Alpine Skiiing (Mixed Team Parallel), Bobsleigh (4-man), Cross Country Skiiing (Womens 30km Mass Start), Curling (Women’s final) and the Men’s Ice Hockey final.
The Closing Ceremony at 2022 Beijing will be held at National Stadium, Beijing on Sunday 20 February starting at 8pm local time (CST).
In the US that’s 7am ET in New York or 4am PT in Los Angeles. For those watching in Europe, the closing ceremony will begin at 13:00 hours CET or 12 noon in the UK.
Where can I watch the 2022 Winter Olympics Closing Ceremony in the US and UK?
Coverage of the 2022 Winter Olympics Closing Ceremony will be shown by a number of broadcasters all over the world. In the United States, the event will be broadcast live by NBC and Peacock from 7:00am ET / 4:00 PT. In the United Kingdom, Eurosport and the BBC have the rights to broadcast the event
Several outlets will be streaming the Closing Ceremony, including Peacock, NBCOlympics.com, the NBC Sports app or via fuboTV , which is available on a free trial for viewers based in the US.
The 2022 Winter Olympics Closing Ceremony will be broadcast live by the same rights holders who will be providing coverage throughout the event.
United States: NBC, Peacock
United Kingdom: BBC, Eurosport
Spain: Eurosport, Dmax