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Figure Skating Schedule – 2022 Winter Olympic Games

Ahead of the 2022 Winter Olympics, we look at figure skating as a cultural touchstone for our country and why it is one of the most beloved winter sports. From its beginnings in France to its modern, competitive format today, this article examines all aspects of the sport and how it came to be.

Where to Watch 2022 Winter Olympics?

The most prestigious winter multi-sports tournament, the Winter Olympics will be scheduled from 4th to 20th February 2022 in Beijing, China. Out of three-sport events of Skating – Figure skating is one of them and it will be held from 4th – 20th February 2022 at Capital Indoor Stadium. A total of 148 competitors will compete (74 men & 74 women) from 32 nations.

Event List:

  • Men’s singles
  • Women’s singles
  • Pair skating
  • Ice dance
  • Team Event

Figure Skating Schedule at the 2022 Winter Olympics

Here is the detailed calendar of Figure skating at the 2022 Winter Olympic Games.

Note: UTC+8 Time Zone

4 February: 9:30

  • Team event – Men’s Short Programme
  • Team event – Women’s Short Programme
  • Team event – Ice Dance Rhythm Dance

6 February: 9:30

  • Team event – Pairs’ Short Programme
  • Team event – Men’s Free Skating

7 February: 10:30

  • Team event – Pairs’ Free Skating
  • Team event – Ice Dance Free Dance
  • Team event – Women’s Free Skating

8 February: 9:15

  • Men’s Short Programme

10 February: 9:30

  • Men’s Free Skating

12 February: 19:00

  • Ice Dance Rhythm Dance

14 February 9:15

  • Ice Dance Free Dance

15 February: 18:00

  • Women’s Short Programme

17 February: 18:00

  • Women’s Free Skating

18 February: 18:30

  • Pairs’ Short Programme

19 February: 19:00

  • Pairs’ Free Skating

20 February: 12:00

  • Exhibition Gala

Figure Skaters who are expected to participate in the 2022 Winter Olympics

Men’s Figure Skaters

  • Daniel Grassl – Italy
  • Matteo Rizzo – Italy
  • Keegan Messing – Canada
  • Roman Sadovsky – Canada
  • Michal Březina – Czech Republic
  • Kévin Aymoz – France
  • Adam Siao Him Fa – France
  • Paul Fentz – Germany
  • Yuzuru Hanyu – Japan
  • Yuma Kagiyama – Japan
  • Shoma Uno – Japan
  • Cha Jun-hwan – South Korea
  • Lee Si-hyeong – South Korea
  • Jason Brown – United States
  • Nathan Chen – United States
  • Vincent Zhou – United States

Women’s Figure Skaters

  • Lara Naki Gutmann – Italy
  • Olga Mikutina – Austria
  • Madeline Schizas – Canada
  • Eliška Březinová – Czech Republic
  • Nicole Schott – Germany
  • Natasha McKay – United Kingdom
  • Wakaba Higuchi – Japan
  • Mana Kawabe – Japan
  • Kaori Sakamoto – Japan
  • Lindsay van Zundert – Netherlands
  • Kim Ye-lim – South Korea
  • You Young – South Korea
  • Mariah Bell – United States
  • Karen Chen – United States
  • Alysa Liu – United States