Saturday 5 February It’s time for the ice skaters show. There are plenty of events, races, and qualifiers, and most of them take place at night. The skating will continue through Tuesday, February 15th. At least four Dutchmen take part in different parts: Michel Decker (giant parallel meander), Melissa Bieberkamp (large air and sloping style), Glenn de Blois (transverse) and Nick van der Velden (large air and sloping style).
Want to watch all the parts live and for free? Then you can move on to the following streams, among others: 7Plus (Australia), CBC (Canada), and BBC iPlayer (UK). To watch these streams outside the Netherlands, you need VPN it is necessary. To watch snowboarding with a VPN, follow these steps:
- Subscribe to a VPN provider. We recommend Surfshark for live streaming of snowboarding.
- Download the VPN app and install the software.
- Open the app and log in.
- Connect to a server in the country of the broadcast i.e. Australia, Canada or the United Kingdom.
- Go to your streaming site and create an account.
- Start streaming and enjoy this amazing and exciting sport!
Update: Melissa Bergkamp and Nick van der Velden finished sixth in the Big Air! Incredibly good performance!
Glenn de Blois’ Olympic adventure is over. The Dutchman was stranded in the eighth finals on the Ice Cross. Alessandro Hammerley was eventually declared the winner after the photo ended.
Michelle Decker just missed taking bronze in the giant parallel slalom. In the semifinals she lost to gold favorite and eventual winner Ester Ledecká. Decker fell in the fight for bronze and finished fourth in the parallel giant slalom.
Not soon after the opening ceremony Snowboarders at work. This is the first sport in which the Dutch participate: Glenn de Blois (cross), Melissa Bieberkamp (air pattern and big slope), Nick van der Velden (large air and slant pattern) and Michael Decker (Giant Parallel Meander). Melissa Paperkamp is the first Dutch athlete to compete in the 2022 Olympic Games in Beijing.
There is a lot Various parts on ice In the Olympics, and in four of them you can cheer the Dutch! For Michel Decker, Beijing is her third Olympic Games. The first two times she placed 19th and 17th respectively in the parallel giant slalom. Glenn de Blois qualified in an amazing way for the Beijing Games. He was the first Dutchman to win a snowboarding game at the Figure Skating World Cup.
Just like Glenn de Blois, Melissa Peperkamp also made her debut this year. It even competes in two areas: big air and downhill style. In the same disciplines, Nick van der Velden shares with men. Although he qualified for the Winter Olympics in 2018, van der Velden can also be called a rookie. Came to train in Pyeongchang fell hardand had to go home before his first engagement. So this year will be exciting for all four Dutch participants!
Unfortunately, many figure skating competitions can be seen at night. Some finals are held in the morning. So you need a file Difficult Become a snowboarding fan to watch all the finals! In this article you can read where you can watch all the matches and how exactly to do it. You will also find an overview of the ice skaters program and you can see when the Dutch start working.
Ice skating live broadcast
in the Netherlands, NOS Many sports. The broadcaster only owns the rights to broadcast one sport at a time. Although the focus is on Dutch athletes, it is not certain whether snowboarding competitions can be watched live. Since the figure skating program has a packed program, NOS will definitely not broadcast all matches live.
Eurosport And the Discover + Are you broadcasting the full program of the 2022 Olympic Games in Beijing. You can also visit the Eurosport operator’s live broadcast. However, you have to pay for both platforms. It’s also only available outside the European Union, even with a paid subscription.
This is how you can watch the 2022 Olympics live stream for free
Fortunately there is too Free live streams of all figure skating competitions Available. Some of these are:
Since this live broadcast geographic restrictions You can theoretically see it only in the regions where it is available. The Netherlands does not fall under this. However, you can get around these limitations – ie with VPN† A VPN gives you an IP address from another region, for example from somewhere in Great Britain. Your real IP address will be hidden, making the streaming site believe you are already in the UK. So you can only watch BBC iPlayer, which is normally banned in the Netherlands.
This process can also be reversed. If you connect to a Dutch server abroad, you can access content that is also available to you in the Netherlands. So you can only watch Dutch TV, even if you are abroad!
Watch the complete program of snowboarding for free with a VPN
Follow the steps below to watch all the snowboarding matches live and for free:
- Subscription On a reliable VPN provider. We recommend Surfshark for ice flocking. With Surfshark’s 30-day money-back guarantee, you can even request a full refund and in the end you have nothing to lose!
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- Download VPN And follow the steps to complete the installation process.
- Open the app And the register at†
- Go to your broadcast site† You may have to create an account and possibly enter a zip code. Be sure to enter a postal code from the country where the broadcast is available. Postal codes in Australia, for example, are 2000 for Sydney, 3000 for Melbourne, and 4000 for Brisbane.
- Start the live broadcast† Enjoy exciting matches!
Figure skating Beijing 2022 Olympics: program and results
We have included the complete program for you. Figure skating competitions are held from Saturday 5 February up to and include Tuesday 15 February† The Dutch are involved in different parts; This is also shown in the table. All times are Dutch time.
|History||time||discipline||m / w||round
|Saturday 5 February||03:45||ramp style||woman||Eligible||Melissa Bieberkamp|
|Sunday February 6||02:30||ramp style||woman||last
(Zoe Sadosky Sinnott)
|05:30||ramp style||men||Eligible||Nick van der Velden|
|Monday 7 February||05:00||ramp style||men||last
|Nick van der Velden|
|Tuesday February 8||03:40||Parallel Giant Zigzag||woman||Eligible||Michael Decker|
|04:07||Parallel Giant Zigzag||men||Eligible|
|04:34||Parallel Giant Zigzag||woman||Removal|
|05:01||Parallel Giant Zigzag||men||Removal|
|07:30||Parallel Giant Zigzag||woman||Eighth final||Michael Decker|
|07:48||Parallel Giant Zigzag||men||Eighth final|
|08:06||Parallel Giant Zigzag||woman||Quarter-finals|
|08:15||Parallel Giant Zigzag||men||Quarter-finals|
|08:24||Parallel Giant Zigzag||woman||semi final|
|08:30||Parallel Giant Zigzag||men||semi final|
|08:36||Parallel Giant Zigzag||woman||last
|08:43||Parallel Giant Zigzag||men||last
|Wednesday 9 February||02:30||half tube||woman||Eligible|
|Thursday 10 February||02:30||half tube||woman||last
|04:15||cross||men||placement||Glenn de Blois|
|07:00||cross||men||Eighth final||Glenn de Blois|
|Friday 11 February||02:30||half tube||men||last
|Saturday 12 February||3 o’clock||cross||mixed team||Quarter-finals|
|03:30||cross||mixed team||semi final|
(Lindsey Jacobless and Nick Baumgartner)
|Monday 14 February||02:30||big flight||woman||Eligible||Melissa Bieberkamp|
|06:30||big flight||men||Eligible||Nick van der Velden|
|Tuesday 15 February||02:30||big flight||woman||last
|Nick van der Velden|
Are you interested in other sports in these Olympics? Read more about the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing.
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