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Olympic Winter Games 2022 – live ticker from Tuesday, February 8th, 2022

02:11

Figure Skating (M): Bad news for Zhou

Of the 30 qualified, only 29 athletes are at the start because the American Vincent Zhou tested positive for the corona virus.

02:10

Figure skating (M): Without German participation

The hunt for gold among the figure skating men takes place without a German participant. The top favorites in the short program include Japanese Yuzuru Hany and American Nathan Chen.

01:55

What’s to start?

We will start immediately with the first medal decisions. In ski freestyle, the women will be able to see spectacular jumps in the Big Air from 3:00 a.m. CET. In parallel, the figure skaters will soon be running in the men’s short program. At 3:40 a.m. CET, the women’s snowboarders get into action.

00:15

The program of the day

Of course, the female lugers are of particular interest to us. Natalie Geisenberger is on course for gold and could make her title hat-trick perfect after 2014 and 2018. Anna Berreiter, who finished second, also has a medal within reach. In addition, the individual competition over 20 kilometers is on the program for the biathlon men. And after yesterday’s gold coup by Denise Herrmann, the German ski hunters are of course hoping. We are also looking forward to the men’s Super G, which is scheduled to start at 4:00 a.m. CET. Medals are also awarded in mixed doubles in curling, men’s 1,500-meter speed skating, cross-country freestyle sprint for both sexes, and snowboard parallel giant slalom.

00:15

Good morning!

Welcome to another long Olympic day in Beijing! Ten sets of medals are at stake this Tuesday. We will be able to spend many hours with winter sports again.

00:15

Warm welcome!

Good morning and hello to the fourth day of competition in the Winter Olympics! Another packed day awaits, which for the first time will not start with curling. Figure skating is scheduled for 2:20 as the first competition of the day!

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