The Home of the Olympic and Commonwealth Games - Sky
As the Home of Sport, being able to showcase New Zealanders competing on the world stage at the Olympic Games and the Commonwealth Games is incredibly important to us. It is our privilege to have the Summer, Winter and Youth Olympic Games, and we’re delighted to have the Commonwealth Games in 2022 and 2026 returning to Sky and Prime. These events celebrate the absolute pinnacle of sporting endeavour and have inspired generations of athletes.
Sky is proud to bring you coverage of the 2022 Olympic Winter Olympics in Beijing, China from 4 – 20 February 2022. Watch all your favourite winter sports, from freestyle skiing, snowboarding, ice hockey, figure skating and bobsleigh, live across our six Olympic channels between 2:00pm and 4:00am (NZT) each day and catch up on all the highlights, key New Zealand team moments and daily recaps on Sky Go.
Frequently Asked Questions
When are the Olympic Winter Games Beijing 2022 taking place?
Who is hosting the Olympic Winter Games?
How can I watch the Olympic Winter Games Beijing 2022?
Do I need Sky Sport to watch the Olympic Winter Games?
Our free to air partner is TVNZ who will have 12 hours of coverage every day of the Games on One. TVNZ will highlight New Zealand teams and athletes at the Games.
How do I upgrade to Sky Sport to watch the Olympic Winter Games?
What time does coverage start each day for the Olympic Winter Games?
Why are the Olympic Winter Games on Sky?
For the Olympic Winter Games Beijing 2022, free-to-air coverage will be available through Prime. Other free to air content will be available on Sky Sport’s You Tube channel.
Which sports are in the Olympic Winter Games?
Which sports are new in for Beijing 2022?
Which sports are New Zealanders competing in at Beijing 2022?
Kiwi athletes confirmed currently are: Zoi Sadowski-Synnott (snowboard slopestyle and big air), Nico Porteous (freeski halfpipe), Alice Robinson (alpine ski racing giant slalom), Finn Bilous (freeski slopestyle and big air) and Margaux Hackett (freeski slopestyle and big air), with further athletes to be confirmed between October and January.