Curling gold medal match: Mixed doubles live stream, TV, how to watch Italy vs Norway
It’s a gold medal game at the 2022 Winter Olympics as Italy take on Norway in mixed doubles curling. Norway will be looking to improve on their bronze medal in 2018 and aim for a gold medal this time around. However, the big story in curling this year was the Italian team. The combination of Amos Mosaner and Stefania Constantini has dominated in Beijing so far, securing a perfect 10-0 scoreline at the Olympics, including an 8-1 win over Sweden. Whether it’s silver or gold on Tuesday, Italy will win their first-ever curling medal of 2022. Tuesday’s match will be streamed live on peacock in the morning and rebroadcast in the evening on television via USA Network and CNBC. Fans can watch all Winter Olympics events live via peacock. Meanwhile, TV coverage can be streamed via Sling and fuboTVwhich offers a free trial.
How to watch Italy vs Norway (Mixed Doubles Curling Gold Medal | 2022 Winter Olympics)
When does the event start? Where can I watch it live? Where can I watch it on TV? – The game will start at 7 a.m. EST for fans in the United States and will be available to stream via peacock and NBCOlympics.com. The match will be televised at 1 p.m. to American Network and 8 p.m. to CNBC.
Live steam options: peacock | NBCOlympics.com | Sling | fuboTV – All events will be streamed live via peacock, which has a free tier and is available through smart TVs and streaming devices. Viewers can also use their cable or Peacock login credentials to watch via NBCOlympics.com and the NBC Sports app. Fans can also watch NBC TV coverage via Sling and fuboTVwhich offers a free trial.
How to watch the Olympics for free – You can watch most Olympic events for free via peacock, which has a free standard tier that contains ads. You can also attend seven days of events (including those on USA Network and NBC) for free by signing up for a trial of fuboTV. Select events will air on USA Network and CNBC. Highlights will also be featured on NBC’s primetime shows.
More coverage via The Associated Press
BEIJING (AP) — Amos Mosaner and Stefania Constantini clinched Italy’s first-ever Olympic curling medal on Monday, and they did so with one of the most dominating performances in Winter Games history.
The Italian mixed doubles team beat Sweden 8-1 in seven ends in the semifinals, improving their record in Beijing to 10-0. Mosaner, who was also part of the men’s team at the Pyeongchang Games, and Constantini, an Olympic rookie, scored points in each of the first five ends of the match, the last four despite having last-rock advantage, called the hammer.
Italy will face Norway in the gold medal game on Tuesday. Magnus Nedregotten and Kristin Skaslien advanced after beating Great Britain 6-5 in a last-rock draw on the button.
The Norwegians are the reigning bronze medalists, advancing after the Russian side that beat them in the third-place match in Pyeongchang were disqualified for a positive doping test.
Almida de Val and Oskar Eriksson of Sweden will face Jennifer Dodds and Bruce Mouat of England for the bronze medal on Tuesday.