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Watch Dakar Rally 2022 Live Online from Anywhere

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The Dakar Rally will start on 2nd January 2022 in Jeddah and it will end after the 12 stages in Qiddiyah, nearby the capital of Saudi Arabia in Riyadh. The size of the event is vast, so a wide variety of paid and free streaming channels will broadcast the event live online.

In the United States, the Rally Dakar will be broadcast on Peacock, NBCSports, Sling TV, and Olympic Channel. But all these channels are geo-restricted so what will you do if you’re outside the USA? Read on to know the ways on how you can enjoy streaming this event from anywhere without any hassle!

How to Watch Dakar Rally 2022 Live Online from Anywhere [Easy Guide]

Follow these quick steps as a guide on how to watch Dakar Rally 2022 Live Online from Anywhere:

  • Subscribe to a VPN. (We recommend ).
  • Visit the HereTV website or any streaming channel and create your account.

Start streaming Dakar Rally 2022 live online.

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2022 Olympic Winter Games Primetime Coverage (NBC) February 8, 2022 Live Stream

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Early Olympic Recap

If you’re just tuning in to Olympic coverage now that the opening ceremony is over, you’ve missed only a bit of the action. However, there’s also already been some intrigue in Beijing.

Curling matches and ice hockey games have taken place, but it’s still early in the Games for both of these sports. There won’t be any medals up for grabs for some time, and there will be plenty more matches and games to watch throughout the Winter Olympics.

On Thursday night (Friday morning in Beijing), the figure skating tournament got underway with the men’s short program, the pairs short program and the ice dancers’ rhythm dance. And the United States began in impressive fashion.

Nathan Chen had a terrific showing in the men’s short program, posting a score of 111.71 points. That puts him well ahead of the rest of the field in the men’s competition, as Japan’s Shoma Uno was second with a score of 105.46.

It wasn’t a surprise that the 22-year-old was atop the leaderboard, as he’s the heavy favorite to win the gold medal in men’s figure skating. But he wasn’t the only American to record a first-place finish.

Madison Hubbell and Zachary Donohue posted a score of 86.56 in the rhythm dance discipline, which puts them atop the leaderboard for ice dancers. Meanwhile, Team USA’s Alexa Knierim and Brandon Frazier placed third in the pairs short program for another solid showing.

With so many strong performances, the U.S. leads the figure skating team event with 28 points, just ahead of the Russian Olympic Committee (26). And it sets them up well for the rest of the figure skating competitions still to come.

“We can walk away with a medal for sure. What color? It’s hard to say,” Chen said, per Dave Skretta of the Associated Press. “But I have faith in my teammates, and I know they’re going to do the best they can do.”

Figure skating doesn’t resume until Saturday night (Sunday morning in Beijing), which is when the women’s short program and men’s free skate take place. And there’s a chance that U.S. could remain in first as a team, considering Chen will likely deliver another strong performance.

So it should be entertaining to watch how the rest of the figure skating competitions unfold through the rest of the Winter Games, as they’re already off to an exciting start.

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NBC Olympics Schedule 2022: USA Prime-Time Coverage and Live Stream
Over the past few days, the action has begun in Beijing for the 2022 Winter Olympics. Several sports have started holding events, as athletes in curling, ice hockey, figure skating and more are now battling it out in fields filled with tough competitors.

Now, things are really about to pick up. Because the opening ceremony took place Friday at Beijing National Stadium, and the event schedule is about to get busy.

The first medals will be up for grabs on Saturday, when athletes will be battling for golds in biathlon, cross-country skiing, freestyle skiing, short track speed skating, ski jumping and speed skating.

There will be coverage of the Olympics on NBC, CNBC and USA Network throughout the Games, which run through Feb. 20. The action can also be streamed live on Peacock, the NBC Sports app and NBCOlympics.com. A complete coverage schedule is available at NBCOlympics.com.

Here’s a closer look at what you can catch during NBC’s prime-time coverage every night during the Winter Games.

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U.S Figure Skating Championships TV Schedule 2022 Wednesday Preview, Predictions

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Now, the action is really underway at the 2022 U.S. Figure Skating Championships. And things are only going to ramp up through Sunday in Nashville, Tennessee.

On Tuesday, the junior competitions began at Bridgestone Arena, with the men, pairs, and ice dancers taking part in short programs.

There will be more junior competitions on Wednesday and Thursday before the championship-level competitors start taking the ice Thursday.

With the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics set to begin in February, this week’s event will help to decide who represents the United States in figure skating at the Games.

So these competitions are even more important than usual.

Here’s the full TV schedule for this week’s U.S. Figure Skating Championships, followed by a preview and predictions for Wednesday’s action.

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TV Schedule

Thursday, Jan. 6

Pairs Short, 5-7 p.m. ET, USA Network

Women’s Short, 8:30-10:30 p.m. ET, USA Network

Friday, Jan. 7

Rhythm Dance, 4-6 p.m. ET, USA Network

Women’s Free, 8-11 p.m. ET, NBC

Saturday, Jan. 8

Men’s Short, 4-6 p.m. ET, NBC

Pairs Free and Free Dance, 7-10 p.m. ET, USA Network

Sunday, Jan. 9

Men’s Free, 2-4 p.m. ET, NBC

2022 U.S. Figure Skating Championships: Women’s Freestyle (NBC, Three-Hour Special) Wednesday Preview, Predictions

There’s a full slate of junior competitions set to take place Wednesday. And all of it can be streamed live on Peacock Premium, where figure skating fans can get a glimpse at the future of the sport.

The competitions taking place Wednesday are: the junior women’s short program (10 a.m. ET), the junior men’s free skate (1 p.m. ET), the junior pairs free skate (4 p.m. ET) and the junior free dance (9:30 p.m. ET).

There will also be a practice for the championship-level women at 6:45 p.m. ET.

Will Annis jumped out to a lead in the junior men’s competition on Tuesday by scoring a 75.81 in the short program.

He has the advantage over Kai Kovar (68.7) and Maxim Zharkov (67.07), who ranked second and third, respectively.

Annis finished in first place at the U.S. Junior Championship Series event held in Allen, Texas, in October. A former U.S. juvenile and novice champion, the 16-year-old from Boston could be heading toward a victory at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships on Wednesday.

While Kovar and Zharkov have the potential to end up in first place, the prediction here is that Annis has another strong showing on Wednesday and claims the gold medal.

He had momentum entering the competition and was the clear best skater in Tuesday’s event.

Sonia Baram and Daniel Tioumentsev are in first place in the junior pairs competition after posting a score of 62.26 points in Tuesday’s short program.

They have a sizable advantage over Isabelle Martins and Ryan Bedard, who had a score of 54.89.

Don’t count out Martins and Bedard heading into Wednesday’s free skate, though. They’ve had success at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships before, having won the silver medal in 2021.

They may come up a bit short of the gold again this year, but there’s still a chance they could end up in first.

The junior women’s competition will get started on Wednesday with the short program, before wrapping up the junior side of things with the free skate on Thursday.

Among the junior women’s competitors to watch are Clare Seo and Ava Ziegler. Seo, a 15-year-old from Colorado, won the bronze medal at the event last year; and Ziegler, a 15-year-old from New Jersey, placed fourth in 2021.

Expect Ziegler to get off to a strong start and perhaps be in first place after the short program. She won the 2021 Cranberry Cup, as well as a pair of U.S. Junior Championship Series events last year.

She should build off her fourth-place showing from last year by ending up in the top three.

Seo has a strong chance of competing for the gold medal, but the prediction here is that Ziegler will be the top contender to watch.

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Watch Ortiz vs Martin Live Stream & Fight Preview – January 1, 2022

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Ortiz, the 42-year-old Cuba native, is a former interim WBA heavyweight champion and challenged twice for the WBC. He won a silver medal in the 2005 World Cup representing Cuba.

Martin, 35, is a former IBF heavyweight champion but has the record for the second-shortest stint as heavyweight champion. He held the title for 85 days between January and April 2016. A win over Ortiz would definitely boost his standing in some of the other rankings.

Here’s what else you need to know about the bout.

When is the Ortiz-Martin fight?
Luis Ortiz and Charles Martin will fight on Saturday, Jan. 1, 2022. The bout will take place at the Seminole Hard Rock and Hotel Casino in Hollywood, Florida. The card begins at 8 p.m. ET.

Where can you watch Ortiz-Martin?
The Ortiz-Martin fight can be streamed on pay-per-view via Fox Sports. The fight can be purchased for $39.99.

What is Luis Ortiz’s boxing record?
Luis Ortiz is 32-2-0 with 27 knockouts. He last fought in November 2020 and beat Alexander Flores via knockout. He lost to Deontay Wilder via knockout in November 2019 and via technical knockout in March 2018. They’re the only two blemishes on his record.

What is Charles Martin’s boxing record?
Charles Martin is 28-2-1 in his career with 25 knockouts. In his last fight, he defeated Gerald Washington via technical knockout. His last loss came to Adam Kowanacki via unanimous decision in September 2018.

Who else is on the card?
There are five heavyweight fights and a lightweight fight on the card. The heavyweight fights include: Frank Sanchez vs. Carlos Negron; Jonathan Rice vs. Michael Polite Coffie; Gerald Washington vs. Ali Eren Demirezen; Viktor Vykhryst vs. Iago Kiladze and Geovany Bruzon vs. Lenier Pero. The lightweight fight is Frank Martin and Romero Duno.

Where can I find more Premier Boxing Champions and future fights?
Premier Boxing Championship fights are on Fox Sports. All information on upcoming bouts can be found here

How can I watch PBC bouts?
PBC matches are available to stream on Fox Sports and the Fox Sports app.

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