The final day of competition for Britain’s skiers and snowboarders in Beijing sees Gus Kenworthy and Andrew Musgrave in action
Men’s Freeski Halfpipe
A Finalist on his final tilt at the Olympic Winter Games, Gus Kenworthy will be seeking his second Olympic medal after his silver from the Sochi Games in 2014. Having qualified for the FInal in 12th spot, Kenworthy will have three shots at the Halfpipe as he looks to sign off on a storied career which has seen him bank no fewer than six Halfpipe World Cup podiums including three top spots.
The first competitors drop in at 1:30am.
Watch on: BBC and Eurosport
Men’s Cross-Country 50km Mass Start Free
Andrew Musgrave will be looking to save his best until last from a challenging Games when the Men’s Cross-Country 50km Mass Start Free gets underway at 6:00am. Having taken 53rd spot in Sochi and 34th place in PyeongChang, Musgrave will be looking for improved performances at a Games where race conditions have proved a significant challenge.
Watch on: Eurosport and across the BBC
Header Image: Gus Kenworthy during Freeski Halfpipe qualification training at the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic Games on the 17th February 2022 at Genting Snow Park in Zhangjakou, China. Photo by Sam Mellish / Team GB.