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Listen to all Olympic Channel's daily podcasts from the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics

Olympics.com makes sure you don’t miss a moment Beijing 2022.

We run a live blog covering all the Winter Games action, news articles, feature films including Five Rings Films documentaries, a daily YouTube show and extensive social media coverage including planned Lowdown and Spotlight screenings.

The official site also features exclusive interviews with athletes in and around the Games Olympic channel podcast.

Host Ed Knowles will present the new Beijing 2022 day-size capsule everyday olympic sports action, from February 2 to February 20available for free wherever you are.

Guests will include Mikaela Shiffrin, Shaun White, Ailing (Eileen) Gu and more. Each sport discipline will be discussed.

Listen to the Beijing 2022 podcast daily on your favorite platforms

Whether you want to spend some time listening to an interview with your favorite athlete or want to meet a new one, here’s how to find a podcast on multiple platforms so you don’t miss an episode.

During the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, Olympic Channel’s daily podcasts will be featured on all of these sites and audio apps:

Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Pocket casts | Google Podcasts | cast box | Cloudy | Stapler | Podbean

You can also listen to all episodes on Olympics.com here, and all the Beijing 2022 specials are listed below as they come out (so you can bookmark this page and come back daily if you prefer to listen on Olympics.com or the app).

Episode 18 – Gloria Kotnik from Slovenia on getting rid of stress and being successful – Saturday, February 19, 2022

This is a daily podcast episode from today’s Winter Olympic Games in China. Slovenian snowboarder Gloria Kotnik won the Olympic bronze medal in parallel giant slalom in Beijing 2022, her best result in a career spanning 137 World Cup races and three Olympic Games. After PyeongChang 2018, she was burned out and in 2020 she took a career break to have a baby. Find out why it was the best decision she ever made.

Episode 17 – Elana Meyers Taylor and Kaillie Humphries in Women’s Bobsleigh – Friday February 18, 2022

The Beijing 2022 daily podcast features two impressive women leading teams in the two-man bobsleigh that starts today. Elana Meyers Taylor is a four-time Olympic medalist from the USA who has recovered since becoming a mother – despite the great challenges she faces. In addition, Kaillie Humphries won her first Olympic gold medal since moving from Canada to the USA at this Winter Games. We hear about her incredible win in monobob.

Episode 16 – Great Chinese Star Ailing (Eileen) Gu / Slovenian Ski Jumper Ursa Bogataj on Surprise Victory – Thursday 17th February 2022

China’s Winter Olympics daily podcast features two incredible skiers today. Ailing (Eileen) Gu from China is aiming to win her third Olympic medal from the 2022 Beijing Games in the women’s freeski half-pipe. The Chinese star explains how she has dealt with pressure in the past. In addition, Ursa Bogataj from Slovenia won two Olympic gold medals in ski jumping, which puts her on a par with the great alpine skier Tina Maze. Find out how the ups and downs of her career ultimately led to her ups and downs.

Episode 15 – Dave Ryding and Lucas Braathan Announce Men’s Alpine Ski Slalom – Wednesday Feb 16, 2022

Two incredible alpine skiers join our daily podcast from the Beijing Winter Olympics. Dave Ryding cemented his place in British sporting history with Britain’s first FIS World Cup win at the start of the season. This means that he is fighting for the podium today. In addition, Lucas Braathen from Norway explains why he is so interested in the Japanese practice of kintsugi.

Episode 14 – Birk Ruud becomes an inspiration, Anna Gasser on nightmares – Tuesday, February 15, 2022

The Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics daily podcast welcomes Norwegian freeskier Birk Ruud. He won gold here in men’s big air and emotionally gave himself to his late father. Find out why his dad is still an inspiration to him. In addition, Anna Gasser from Austria won the inaugural women’s big air snowboard competition in PyeongChang 2018. Today, she competes in slopestyle in China with a completely different attitude than at the last Olympic Games.

Episode 13 – Meryl Davis on Romantic Performances / How Two Olympians Fall in Love with Ice – Monday February 14, 2022

Love is floating in this edition of the Official Beijing 2022 Daily Podcast. We celebrate Valentine’s Day with the story of how speed skaters Sofia Prosvirnova and Viktor Hald Thorup fell in love. In addition, Olympic champion Meryl Davis lays out her reasons why the romance could very well have evolved into something more sophisticated in ice dancing figure skating.

Episode 12 – Kaillie Humphries on monobob, Shaun White reviews the last day of competition, Paula Moltzan on ski passion – Sunday February 13, 2022

This edition has the top three athletes representing the United States. Kaillie Humphries talks about the struggles female bobsleighers face before their Olympic debut in monobob, Shaun White talks about her thrilling final day, and alpine skier Paula Moltzan explains why you should never give up on your passion.

Episode 11 – Kamil Stoch and air skiers from the USA on Fear – Saturday, February 12, 2022

Today’s China Winter Olympics Daily Podcast features the trio of USA Olympic Gold Medal Winners in the Mixed Air Teams. Ashley Caldwell, Chris Lillis and Justin Schoenefeld live and train together. Find out how these close ties were born out of love for the sport. In addition, three-time Olympic ski jumping champion Kamil Stoch from Poland gives his views on dealing with the pressure ahead of the Beijing 2022 final. If you want to know more, there is also Kamil Stoch’s full episode here.

Episode 10 – Shaun White – The Last Olympic Run – Friday February 11, 2022

Snowboarding legend Shaun White’s chances of winning his fourth Olympic men’s halfpipe title at Beijing 2022 on Friday appear slim. But we’ve already seen him overcome adversity. The 35-year-old explains why he decided to give it one last chance, given that today is the last event in Team USA star’s competitive history. In addition, figure skating expert Jackie Wong talks about Nathan Chen’s victory in men’s singles. This podcast about Beijing 2022 was published on the morning of Friday, February 11 Chinese time.

Episode 9 – Chloe Kim on her return to the US and Jaelin Kauf on mogul gold and giving up plastic – Thursday, February 10, 2022

The Beijing 2022 daily podcast features two amazing athletes. The defending Olympic champion in women’s snowboard halfpipe is Chloe Kim from the USA. She had a hard time after winning PyeongChang 2018. But she recovered and can be seen in the women’s final today. Moreover, Jaelin Kauf won the silver medal for the United States in the female powerhouse category, but she also wants to convince people to get rid of plastic as much as possible. Listen to the gentle encouragement now…

Episode 8 – Tess Coady on Recovering from Injury and Jenise Spiteri on a Unique 2022 Beijing Trip – Wednesday Feb 9, 2022

In this edition of our daily podcast, we have two snowboarders from Beijing 2022. Australian Tess Coady won a bronze medal in slopestyle at this Winter Games – four years after she tore her ACL during a training session at PyeongChang 2018. And Jenise Spiteri slept in unheated vans for two winters to make her Olympic half-pipe dream come true. And it worked. She was the flag bearer of Malta here in China. Get ready to be inspired!

Listen below.

Episode 7 – Nathan Chen on mental health and Jakara Anthony after winning gold – Tuesday Feb 8th 2022

Figure skating superstar Nathan Chen talks about how he loses himself in the music during competitions. “[Music] it helps me just keep my feet on the ground and stay here and do what I’m trying to try,” he said. Plus, Jakara Anthony reflects on his AMAZING victory for women’s moguls as Australia celebrates its best day yet at the Winter Olympics.

Listen below.

Episode 6 – Maame Biney and Red Gerard on coping with pressure – Monday, February 7, 2022

Short track speed skater Maame Biney from the US shares some techniques for turning anxiety into joy. Also, American teammate Red Gerard talks about how he fell in love with performance snowboarding since winning Olympic gold in slopestyle at PyeongChang 2018.

Listen below.

Episode 5 – Jamie Anderson Talks Slopestyle – Behind the Dazzling Figure Skater – Sunday February 6, 2022

American Jamie Anderson is a two-time Olympic champion in snowboarding from the USA, who won another medal in women’s slopestyle on Sunday (February 6). Jamie shares some tactics for feeling good and why it’s okay to seek support.

Listen below.

Episode 4 – The Liu Brothers – Hungarians in Short Track Speed ??Skating Speaking Mandarin – Saturday February 4, 2022

Brothers Shaoang and Shaolin Liu became Olympic champions in the 5,000m relay at PyeongChang 2018. They hope to repeat this success from Beijing 2022, and also receive support from the host country. Both brothers speak fluent Mandarin, having lived and trained in China as young people. Also, find out about every Olympic gold medal you can win today!

Listen below.

Episode 3 – Anna Shcherbakova – behind the dazzling figure skater – Friday February 4, 2022 – Opening ceremony day!

Reigning world figure skating champion Anna Shcherbakova joins the capsule. At the age of 17, would she be able to quad jump to Olympic glory? The ROC star talks about his friendship with his rivals, his first Olympic memories and more. This is the third of our daily Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics podcasts, published on Friday, February 4 – the day of the Opening Ceremony and the start of the team skating competition.

Listen below.

Episode 2 – Mikael Kingsbury and the Magic of a Few Tycoons – Thursday 3rd February 2022

Freestyle ski qualifiers kick off on Thursday (February 3), listen to our latest interview with Canadian freestyle skier Mikael Kingsbury, who recovered from a back injury and returned to the top of the sport. The most dominant name in men’s freeskiing, Kingsbury aims to retain its Olympic title at the 2022 Beijing Olympics, winning mogul gold at PyeongChang 2018 and silver at Sochi.

Listen below.

Episode 1 – Curling with Team GB’s Bruce Mouat – Wednesday February 2, 2022

Curling is the sport kicking off Beijing 2022. The competition kicks off on Wednesday (February 2), and the first of our Winter Games podcast specials celebrates that fact. We’ll listen to one of the mixed doubles medal favorites, Briton Bruce Mouat, and get a glimpse of what’s to come in the coming days.

Listen below.

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