During the 2022 Winter Olympics, the Globe provided a rundown of schedules and results updated multiple times a day.
Below is how the Olympics unfolded in reverse chronological order. Scroll through to check out the winners and read more.
Sunday, Feb. 20 results
Alpine skiing: Mikaela Shiffrin and her team missed out on a medal in the mixed team parallel, finishing fourth.
But by competing, Shiffrin became the second woman to race in all six Alpine skiing events in the Olympic program. But Shiffrin leaves these Games with no medals.
Cross-country skiing: Jessie Diggins won silver in the women’s 30km mass start, capping off a two-medal performance in Beijing after winning bronze in the women’s individual cross-country sprint.
Her win in the mass start was the first by an American woman in an individual distance race.
Bobsleigh: Germany went one-two in the men’s four-man bobsled.
Curling: Great Britain beat Japan, 10-3, in the women’s gold medal game.
Ice hockey: Finland won gold by beating the athletes from Russia, 2-1. It’s the first men’s hockey medal for the country.
Saturday, Feb. 19 results
Alpine skiing: Mikaela Shiffrin’s final event, the mixed team parallel competition, was rescheduled due to weather.
Freestyle skiing: Americans David Wise and Alex Ferreira won silver and bronze, respectively, in the men’s halfpipe. New Zealand’s Nico Porteous won gold. Gus Kenworthy, now competing for Great Britain, finished eighth.
Cross-country skiing: Scott Patterson, who skied for the University of Vermont, finished eighth in the men’s 50km mass start. Russians took gold and silver.
Curling: Sweden beat Great Britain, 5-4, to win men’s gold. Sweden beat Switzerland, 9-7, to win the women’s bronze.
Speedskating: American Joey Mantia got fourth in the men’s mass start race in a photo finish. American Mia Kilburg finished fourth in the women’s competition.
Figure skating: China’s Sui Wenjing and Han Cong took gold in the pairs competition. Russian pairs Evgenia Tarasova and Vladimir Morozov, and Anastasia Mishina and Aleksandr Galliamov won silver and bronze, respectively.
The American pair of Alexa Knierim and Brandon Frazier finished sixth. Ashley Cain-Gribble and Timothy LeDuc finished eighth.
Ice hockey: Slovakia beat Sweden, 4-0, to win bronze in men’s hockey.
Bobsleigh: Elana Meyers Taylor won bronze in the two-woman competition with partner Sylvia Hoffman. Kaillie Humphries and her partner finished seventh.
Friday, Feb. 18 results
Teenager Hanna Faulhaber was the highest finisher for the Americans, coming in sixth.
Canada took silver and bronze.
Switzerland’s Ryan Regez and Alex Fiva took gold and silver in the men’s skicross.
Ice hockey: Finland beat Slovakia, 2-0, and ROC beat Sweden in the men’s semifinal games.
Curling: The US lost to Canada, 8-5, in the bronze medal match. This could be the final games for US skip John Shuster.
“I’m not retiring, but that doesn’t mean I’ll ever get back here,” said Shuster, who would be 43 for the 2026 Games in Milan and Cortina. “No matter what happens, I’m so happy and proud and love playing with these guys, and I hope they want to keep doing it.”
Figure skating: Both American teams — Alexa Knierim and Brandon Frazier, and Ashley Cain-Gribble and Timothy LeDuc — advanced past the pairs short program to the free skate.
China’s Wenjing Sui and Cong Han are in first, followed by three Russian teams.
Thursday, Feb. 17 results
The US women’s ice hockey team lost to Canada, 3-2, in the gold medal game.
It was the fourth straight Olympics that the two teams faced off in the final.
Alpine skiing: For the third time, in thee Olympics, Mikaela Shiffrin did not finish her race.
Shiffrin skied out in the slalom portion of the women’s Alpine combined event. A medal was certainly in play following the downhill portion, after which she sat in fifth place with a time of 1:32.98. Read more here.
Figure skating: Kamila Valieva, the Russian teenager mired in a doping scandal, finished fourth in the women’s competition, and teammates Anna Shcherbakova and Alexandra Trusova won gold and silver, respectively. Read more here.
Three American women competed in the final. Alysa Liu finished seventh with a score of 208.95, Mariah Bell finished 10th with a score of 202.30, and Karen Chen finished 16th with a score of 179.93.
Freestyle skiing: Eileen Gu earned the top score in the women’s halfpipe qualifying. Three Americans advanced to the final as well: Brita Sigourney, Hanna Faulhaber, and Carly Margulies.
Curling: The US men’s curling team will not repeat as gold medalists. They were knocked out of the semifinals by Great Britain, 8-4. It’s onto the bronze medal match for them.
Speedskating: Brittany Bowe won bronze in the women’s 1000m.
Wednesday, Feb. 16 results
Ice hockey: The US men lost to Slovakia in a shootout, sending them home without a medal.
The upstart group — the youngest team in the tournament — had breezed through the preliminary rounds and earned the top seed. But they ran into former Bruin Peter Cehlárik in the shootout, who got one by US goalie Strauss Mann.
In other results: The Russians beat Denmark, 3-1. Finland beat Switzerland, 5-1. And Sweden beat Canada, 2-0.
Freestyle skiing: Alex Hall led a 1-2 American finish in the men’s slopestyle with a trick on his first run where he stopped his rotation midair and turned in the other direction before softly landing.
Hall’s opening run drew a score of 90.01, which no one could match in three runs. His teammate Nick Goepper turned in a creative run on his second pass to earn silver. Jesper Tjader of Sweden took home bronze.
The American men have captured six of nine Olympic medals since the event made its debut in 2014.
Alpine skiing: Luke Winters, the only American competing in the men’s slalom, did not finish the race. France’s Clement Noel took gold, followed by Austria’s Johannes Strolz with silver.
Ice hockey: Finland beat Switzerland, 4-0, in the women’s bronze medal game.
Cross-country skiing: Jessie Diggins and her partner, Rosie Brennan, finished fifth in the women’s team sprint classic. The men’s team finished ninth of 10.
Short-track speedskating: Connecticut’s Kristen Santos did not make the A final in the women’s 1500m. She came in second in the B final. Korea’s Minjeong Choi took gold.
- Curling: The US women lost to Canada, 7-6, and Japan, 10-7. That likely knocks them out of contention for a medal.
- Biathlon: The US team featuring Susan Dunklee (Vermont) and Clare Egan (Maine) finished 11th in the 4x6km relay.
- Freestyle skiing: China’s Guangpu Qi won gold in the men’s aerials. The two Americans finished fifth and sixth.
Tuesday, Feb. 15 results
Figure skating: Russian figure skater Kamila Valieva, competing despite a positive drug test, moved into first place after the short program.
Valieva’s teammate Anna Shcherbakova (80.20) was second after the short program and Japan’s Kaori Sakamoto (79.84) was third. Russia’s Alexandra Trusova (74.60) was fourth in the short program, which included 30 competitors.
Valieva scored 82.16. Americans Alysa Liu (69.50, eighth), Mariah Bell (65.38, 11th), and Karen Chen (64.11, 13th) all performed ahead of Valieva. Read more here.
Alpine skiing: Mikaela Shiffrin finished in the middle of the pack in the women’s downhill.
Switzerland’s Corinne Suter took gold; Italy’s Sofia Goggia won silver.
Freestyle skiing: Eileen Gu, the American-born phenom competing for China, won silver in the women’s slopestyle. Mathilde Gremaud of Switzerland won gold.
Snowboard: American Hailey Langland finished last in the women’s big air final; Austria’s Anna Gasser took first, followed by New Zealand’s Zoi Sadowski Synnott.
On the men’s side, the Americans failed to medal as well. Red Gerard finished fifth; Chris Corning finished seventh. China’s Yiming Su took gold.
Curling: The US men beat Switzerland, 7-4, and lost to Italy, 10-4. They enter the day tied for fourth place in the standings with two more sessions to go. The top four advance to the semifinals.
The US women lost to Switzerland, 9-6. They’re tied for third in their competition, with three sessions to go.
Ice hockey: In the men’s playoffs, Slovakia beat Germany 4-0, Denmark beat Latvia 3-2, the Switzerland beat the Czech Republic 4-2, and Canada beat China, 7-2.
Bobsleigh: The team piloted by Maine’s Frank Del Duca finished 13th in the two-man bobsled. Germany swept the podium.
Speed skating: The American men finished first in the B final of the team pursuit, earning them bronze.
Nordic combined: Norway went one-two in the Individual Gundersen Large Hill (10km).
Biathlon: Vermont’s Leif Nordgren and New Hampshire’s Sean Doherty were part of the US men’s team that finished 13th in the 4x7.5km team relay.
Monday, Feb. 14 results
Snowboard: Slopestyle silver medalist Julia Marino, who is from Connecticut, dropped out of the big air competition after a fall in practice.
Team USA snowboarding said in a statement that Marino fell during practice a few days ago and is “prioritizing her health.”
Marino’s scratch appears to have been a late decision. She shared video of herself practicing at Big Air Shougang on Instagram about 12 hours before qualifying began, encouraging followers to tune in.
In the men’s competition, Americans Red Gerard (third) and Chris Corning (11th) advanced to the final.
Figure skating: The longtime ice dance duo of Madison Hubbell and Zachary Donohue, who already have announced their plans to retire, claimed bronze in their final Olympics.
Madison Chock and Evan Bates finished just off the podium in fourth place.
Bobsleigh: Kaillie Humphries and Elana Meyers Taylor won gold and silver, respectively in the women’s monobob in the first year of competition.
Freestyle skiing: Eileen Gu easily advanced to the final for the freeski slopestyle competition. Also advancing are Team USA’s Maggie Voisin, Marin Hamill, and Darian Stevens.
Vermont’s Caroline Claire did not compete.
Curling: The US women beat Korea, 8-6.
Freestyle skiing: Vermont’s Megan Nick surprised with a silver medal in the women’s aerials. It was her Olympic debut.
Sunday, Feb. 13 results
Alpine skiing: Ryan Cochran-Siegle did not finish his first run in the men’s giant slalom competition, which sent him out of medal contention.
Marco Odermatt, the 24-year-old Swiss star, plowed through snow and poor visibility to win gold.
Bobsleigh: Kaillie Humphries, the reigning world champion who won three Olympic medals (including golds in 2010 and 2014) for Canada, was fastest in each of the two runs in the women’s monobob. She’s competing for Team USA this time around.
In fourth was the other American sledder Elana Meyers Taylor, this season’s monobob World Series overall champion. Her 2:10.42 time put her 1.32 seconds back.
Ice hockey: The American men beat Germany, 3-2, to stay perfect in preliminary play.
The other latest men’s scores: Slovakia 5, Latvia 2; Finland 4, Sweden 3; Canada 5, China 0.
Curling: The US men lost to Canada, 10-5, and beat China, 8-6. The US women lost to Sweden, 10-4.
Cross-country skiing: The American men’s team, including UVM’s Scott Patterson, finished ninth.
Short-track speedskating: Medfield’s Julie Letai and her American teammates were penalized in the 3000m team relay final, knocking them out of medal contention. The Netherlands squad took gold.
Speedskating: Erin Jackson became the first Black woman to win a speedskating medal at the Winter Olympics — and a gold one, at that.
Jackson won the 500 meters Sunday with a time of 37.04 seconds, giving the American speedskating program its first medal of the Beijing Games and first individual medal since 2010.
Saturday, Feb. 12 results
Snowboard: Days after her long-awaited first Olympic gold medal, Vermont’s Lindsey Jacobellis added a second, winning the inaugural mixed team snowboard cross with teammate Nick Baumgartner, himself a 40-year-old first-time medalist.
Ice hockey: The American men completed a stunning win over Canada, 4-2, in preliminary play. Read analysis from John Powers here.
Switzerland beat the Russians and Finland piled on Japan to advance to the women’s semifinals. Here’s the full schedule.
Curling: The US men lost to Norway, 7-6. The women lost to Great Britain, 10-5.
Cross-country skiing: The American women’s team failed to medal in the 4 x 5km relay, finishing sixth.
Figure skating: Three American pairs — Zach Donohue and Madison Hubbell (third), Evan Bates and Madison Chock (fourth) , and Jean-Luc Baker and Kaitlin Hawayek (11th) — performed well enough to advance to the ice dance final. The free dance will begin Sunday night, after which medals will be awarded.
Skeleton: Katie Uhlaender finished sixth — the highest finish for an American — in the women’s final.
Friday, Feb. 11 results
Snowboard: Shaun White’s career has come to an end. The 35-year-old finished fourth in the halfpipe. Japanese senation Ayumu Hirano took gold; Australia’s Scotty James won silver.
Alpine skiing: Mikaela Shiffrin finished ninth in the Super-G. It was the first race she completed in Beijing after skiing out on her first two. Lara Gut-Behrami of Switzerland took gold.
Curling: The American men beat Great Britain, 9-7. ... The American women beat China, 8-4.
Other results: Vermont’s Ben Ogden finished 42ndmen’s 15km classic cross-country skiing race. ... Vermont’s Susan Dunklee finished 27th and Maine’s Clare Egan 46th in the women’s biathlon 7.5km sprint. ... Connecticut’s Kristen Santos finished fourth in the A final in the women’s short-track speed skating 500m.
Thursday, Feb. 10 results
▪ Figure skating: Nathan Chen turned in another stellar performance, beating Japanese teenager Yuma Kagiyama by more than 22 points with a brilliant free skate.
“It means the world,” said Chen after. “I’m just so happy.”
▪ Snowboard: Chloe Kim pretty much had the gold after her first halfpipe run.
But that didn’t stop the 21-year-old star from trying to go bigger.
Kim twice attempted to land a 1260, three and a half rotations in the air — a trick that no female snowboarder has ever landed in the halfpipe competition. While she didn’t nail it, it didn’t take the smile off her face after medaling.
▪ Curling: The US women beat ROC, 9-3 in their first round-robin game. The US men lost to Sweden, 7-4.
▪ Alpine skiing: Aleksander Aamodt Kilde, Mikaela Shiffrin’s Norwegian boyfriend, took silver in the Alpine combined (that’s one run of downhill, and one run of slalom).
▪ Cross-country skiing: Jessie Diggins finished eighth in the women’s 10km classic.
▪ Freestyle skiing: The US mixed aerials team took first, edging out China and Canada.
▪ Luge: The Americans — including Medway’s Zach DiGregorio — finished seventh in the team relay.
▪ Ice hockey: The US men beat China, 8-0, in their first preliminary game.
Wednesday, Feb. 9 results
▪ Alpine skiing: Mikaela Shiffrin skied out once again, this time in the slalom, her best event. It disqualified her from her second straight race.
“It makes me second-guess, like, the last 15 years,” an emotional Shiffrin said on the NBC broadcast. “Everything I thought I knew about my own skiing and slalom and racing mentality.”
▪ Snowboard: Lindsey Jacobellis stunned the world by finishing first in the women’s snowboard cross competition, bringing home the US’s first gold of the Beijing Olympics.
It was a crowning triumph for the 36-year-old Vermonter, whose mistake in 2006 cost her gold and has haunted her for years.
▪ Snowboard: Chloe Kim easily advanced to the women’s halfpipe final, picking up the top score in qualifying. Shaun White fell in the men’s halfpipe qualifying, but still advanced to the medal round in his fifth and final Olympics.
▪ Freestyle skiing: Colby Stevenson of New Hampshire has had overcome a lot, but Norway’s Birk Ruud was too good in the men’s big air and edged out the local for gold. Read more about Stevenson’s backstory.
▪ Nordic combined: Athletes from Germany, Norway, and Austria dominated the Individual Gundersen Normal Hill (10km) competition.
▪ Men’s ice hockey: David Krejci and the Czech Republic lost to Denmark, 2-1. The athletes from Russia beat Switzerland, 1-0.
▪ Curling: The US men’s team, led by Wisconsin’s John Shuster, began its gold-medal defense with a 6-5 win over ROC.
▪ Short track speed-skating: No Americans competed in the men’s 1500m final.
▪ Luge: Medway’s Zack DiGregorio and doubles luge partner Sean Hollander finished in 11th place at the Beijing Olympics on Wednesday.
Tuesday, Feb. 8 results
▪ Figure skating: Nathan Chen shattered the world record during his short program, scoring 113.97 points to beat the previous mark of longtime rival Yuzuru Hanyu and put himself in position to win his long-sought gold medal.
Chen’s total was nearly six points ahead of Yuma Kagiyama, who sits in second place, and nearly 20 ahead of Hanyu, the two-time Olympic champion.
▪ Freestyle skiing: American-born Eileen Gu of China cranked out the first 1620 of her career on her final jump, stunning Tess Ledeux of France and earning the first of what she hopes will be three gold medals at the Beijing Olympics in women’s big air Tuesday.
▪ Ice hockey: Canada upended the defending Olympic champions, 4-2, in a 2018 gold-medal game rematch. Barring an upset, the two teams will likely play next week for a medal. Alex Carpenter, who grew up in North Reading, and Dani Cameranesi scored for the Americans.
▪ Alpine skiing: Local star Ryan Cochran-Siegle upset the field to win silver in the men’s Super-G.
“What’s up Vermont? Hope that holds,” Cochran-Siegle said after crossing the finish line.
▪ Cross-country skiing: Jessie Diggins, the surprise cross-country skiing star of the 2018 Olympics, won the bronze medal in the women’s individual sprint race Tuesday.
Diggins, who is from Minnesota but also lives in South Boston and Stratton, Vermont, helped the US win its first cross-country skiing gold in 2018 in the team sprint event, and on Tuesday won the US’s first women’s individual sprint medal.
Other results: Italy beat Norway to win gold in mixed doubles curling. ... Connecticut’s Emily Sweeney did not qualify for the final in the women’s luge singles. The Germans went 1-2.
Monday, Feb. 7 results
▪ Figure skating: The Americans won silver in the team event, thanks largely to a winning dance program from Madison Chock and Evan Bates. But it was all eyes on the athletes from Russia, with 15-year-old Kamila Valieva turning in an historic free skate to clinch it.
▪ Alpine skiing: Mikaela Shiffrin fell during her first run in the giant slalom medal race, ending her chances for the podium. But she still has four opportunities to medal during the rest of the Games. Nicole Yang has more here.
Swedish skier Sara Hector took gold.
Beat Feuz added to his already impressive resumé by winning gold in the men’s downhill on an icy and aggressive courses. And 41-year-old Johan Clarey of France put the cap on a consistent career with silver.
Ryan Cochran-Siegle finished 14th; Bryce Bennett — the US’s best medal hope — finished 20th.
▪ Snowboard: Mark McMorris of Canada used a strong final run to bump himself into bronze — his third straight one — and knock defending champion Red Gerard of the United States off the podium in the men’s slopestyle.
Canadian snowboarder Max Parrot took home the gold medal just over three years after being diagnosed with cancer.
▪ Freestyle skiing: Connecticut’s Mac Forehand qualified for the final in the men’s freeski big air, which will run beginning at 10 p.m. on Tuedsay. It’s the 20-year-old’s first Olympics.
Eileen Gu, who was born to a Chinese mother in California and grew up in the US but is competing for China after pursuing citizenship, also qualified for the women’s division. She’ll begin her final runs on Monday night beginning at 9 p.m.
▪ Curling: The US mixed doubles team lost to Great Britain, 8-4. That’s it for the Americans, who finished 3-6 in round-robin play and failed to advance.
▪ Brittany Bowe finished 10th in the women’s speedskating 1500m race. ... Biathloner Deedra Irwin finished best among the Americans, coming in in seventh place in the women’s 15km individual race. ... Slovenia won gold in the mixed team competition for ski jumping. ... Only one American — Andrew Heo — competed in the men’s 1000m short-track speedskating final; he came in seventh. ... No Americans competed in the women’s’ 500m short-track speedskating final.
Sunday, Feb. 6 results
▪ Figure skating: Karen Chen finished fifth in the women’s short program and Vincent Zhou third in the men’s free dance, virtually guaranteeing the US a spot on the podium after tonight’s final competitions in the team event. John Powers explored the US/Russia stranglehold on this event since its inception in 2014, and told us why the strategy is the way it is.
▪ Snowboard: Connecticut’s Julia Marino was an up-and-coming snowboarder when she won Fenway’s Big Air competition in 2016. Now, she’s 24 and an Olympic medalist. Read more about her silver-medal performance in the women’s slopestyle here.
▪ Alpine skiing: Due to blustery conditions, the men’s downhill was pushed from Saturday (Sunday morning in Beijing) to Sunday night (Monday morning).
▪ Freestyle skiing: Hannah Soar (Vermont) and Olivia Giaccio (Connecticut) failed to medal on Sunday in the women’s mogul race. But America’s Jaelin Kauf landed on the podium, bringing home the US’s second silver.
▪ Curling: The US mixed-doubles team lost 10-8 to the Czech Republic and 6-5 to Switzerland. At 3-5 with one round-robin game left, the team will not advance.
▪ Ice hockey: The US is no match for these other teams. The women crushed Switzerland, 8-0, in another prelim game.
The rest of it: No Americans competed in the men’s individual normal hill ski jumping final. ... Connecticut’s Tucker West finished 13th in the men’s luge singles final. ... UVM’s Scott Patterson finished 11th in the men’s 15km+15km skiathlon (a cross-country skiing event).
Saturday, Feb. 5 results
▪ The US women’s hockey team beat up on the athletes from Russia, 5-0, in their preliminary game.
▪ Jesse Diggins came in sixth in the first medal competition of the Games, the women’s 7.5km + 7.5km skiathlon.
▪ The US biathlon mixed relay team comprised of three locals — Susan Dunklee (Vermont), Clare Egan (Maine), and Sean Doherty (New Hampshire) — failed to medal.
▪ Curling: The US mixed doubles team beat China, 7-5, and lost to Canada, 7-2.
▪ No Americans medaled in the women’s 3000m speedskating or the freestyle skiing men’s moguls.
Friday, Feb. 4 results
▪ Jamie Anderson and Connecticut’s Julia Marino advanced to the final of the women’s snowboard slopestyle.
Thursday, Feb. 3 results
▪ The US women’s hockey team piled up on Finland, 5-2, in the prelims. Northeastern alum Kendall Coyne Schofield and Boston College product Alex Carpenter each scored twice.
However, this game didn’t even count, and the US didn’t even need to score to advance. That’s exactly why they played like it mattered, writes John Powers.
▪ Freestyle skiing: The US had three women — Jaelin Kauf, Olivia Giaccio, and Hannah Soar — qualify for the finals in moguls. Giaccio is from Connecticut, and Soar is from Vermont.
Two American men, Cole McDonald and Dylan Walczyk, also qualified for the moguls final.Nathan Chen delivers strong short program in team event
▪ Figure skating: Three-time men’s world champion Nathan Chen delivered a strong short program to open the team competition as the Americans pursue their third straight medal in the event. Chen delivered the highest score among the men Friday, nailing his difficult quad lutz-triple toe loop combo to help earn the maximum 10 points.
Americans Madison Hubbell and Zachary Donohue finished at the top of the standings in the ice dance. Alexa Knierim and Brandon Frazier finished third in the pairs.
Donohue, who is from Connecticut, was silver medalist in ice dance along with Hubbell at the 2022 US Championships.
The women’s short program is on Sunday. The top five teams after that advance to free skates — and medal contention.
▪ The US mixed-doubles curling team eked out a win over Sweden, moving them to 2-2 in round-robin play.
Wednesday, Feb. 2 results
▪ Yes, the Games don’t technically open until Friday. But competition in Beijing started Wednesday with mixed-doubles curling, which is in its second Olympics.
The US team — Minnesota’s Chris Plys and Alaska’s Vicky Persinger are 1-2 in round robin play, with six matches to go. The top four teams advance; Persinger and Plys are second-to-last right now.