It's the final weekend of the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, with the closing ceremony and several gold medals still to be decided.


Team GB finally scooped their first medal of this year's Games after the men's curlers secured silver in the final, with Sweden narrowly beating them to the gold.

Today, we catch up with BBC ice hockey commentator Seth Bennett to get his insights ahead of the men's gold medal match.

Plus former Team GB Olympic bronze medalist bobsleigh star John Jackson reveals the ones to watch as the men's bobsleigh heats continue. brings you the schedule of Winter Olympics 2022 events coming up today, featuring regular insights from some of the biggest names in the various sports across the Games.

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We are bringing you up-to-date timings on key events taking place today, though the list is not exhaustive.

Keep an eye out during TV coverage for timing changes, schedule reshuffles and for more events, disciplines and categories to enjoy. Every event will be shown live on discovery+ and Eurosport or across two live feeds on BBC TV and online platforms.

Sunday 20th February

Closing ceremony

From 12:00-15:00: Closing ceremony


From 01:30-04:10: Men’s four-man heat 3&4

Former Olympic bronze medalist bobsleigh star John Jackson:

"Francesco Friedrich and the German team are the people to beat at every major championships. This season, in the two-man, he's only been off the podium once. In the four-man, he's only been off the top step once and that's because he changed his team to give somebody a farewell race before the Olympics because they were retiring. And they finished second.

"Francesco is the equivalent of Lewis Hamilton or Valentino Rossi. He is one of those people that is just at the top of his sport. He is going to take the gold unless something seriously goes wrong."

Cross-country skiing

From 06:30-08:30: Women’s 30km mass start free


From 01:05-04:20: Women’s gold medal match

Figure skating

From 04:00-06:30: Gala exhibition

Ice hockey

From 04:10-06:45: Men’s gold medal match

BBC ice hockey commentator Seth Bennett:

"Canada, Sweden and the USA are all super strong but I can’t see past the Russians. They have such strength in depth that they’re undoubted favourites. But the men’s tournament has a habit of throwing a surprise.

"At the last Winter Olympics, Germany came from nowhere to meet Russia in the final and were a minute away from taking a shock gold. Sadly for them, Russia equalised at the death and won a thriller in overtime. Expect more thrills and spills this year."


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