Seven Network Counts Down to Olympic Winter Games Beijing 2022

Olympic Winter Games Beijing 2022

The only place Australians can witness all the thrills and spills when the 2022 Games commence on 4th February is on Seven Network and 7plus, Australia’s Home of the Winter Olympics.

With the recent Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020 watched by more than 20 million viewers across 17 days, Australia and the world will reunite again to relish the adrenaline-pumping heights and sheer beauty of the Olympic Winter Games, featuring an impressive line-up of homegrown athletes with excellent medal chances.

Kurt Burnette, Seven’s Director of Olympics said; “Nothing brings Australians together for big cultural moments like an Olympic Games, Winter or Summer.

“Our Australian athletes and para athletes will once again be on the biggest stage competing with the world’s elite in the most spectacular setting of snow and ice.

“Tokyo 2020 broke all viewing records and the Olympic Winter Games will break more records. There is simply no other event like it next year with a huge, unique and guaranteed prime time audience for brands to be part of across Channel 7, 7mate and 7plus.

“The smart brands choose to go where the audience will be and that place in 2022 will on Seven and 7plus on 4th February.”

Australia’s preparations are peaking at the right time, with medals won across World Cup championships all over Europe over last weekend.

Almost all were outdone by Aussie Curling duo Dean Hewitt and Tahli Gill, who created history by qualifying in the Mixed Doubles Event for the very first time since Curling became a full Olympic sport in 1998.

The pair booked their spot when they defeated Korea in the final qualification tournament held in the Netherlands.

Don’t miss a minute of the action over 16 thrilling days of the Olympic Winter Games Beijing 2022, all live and free on Seven and 7plus.

Exactly 12 days after the Flame is extinguished, a new one will be lit, signalling the start of the Paralympic Winter Games. Seven will bring Australians exclusive free-to-air coverage, including live streaming on 7plus for the first time.