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How to watch Shaun White compete on Tuesday via live stream in the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics

Here’s how you can watch the final qualifying runs of Shuan White’s snowboarding career

Snowboard - Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics Day 3 Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images

This marks the beginning of the end for snowboarder Shaun White. The three-time Olympic gold medalist in the halfpipe and the most decorated X Games athlete announced on Saturday that he will retire from competitive snowboarding at the conclusion of these games in Beijing. But before he hangs up his board, White will make at least two more runs in the halfpipe in search of his fourth Olympic gold. The qualification runs for the event are scheduled for 11:30 p.m. ET Tuesday and 12:21 a.m. ET Wednesday.

If you are not in front of a television, will live stream the match. You’ll need a cable subscription for access. If you don’t have one, you can get a free trial from YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, AT&T TV Now, FuboTV, or Sling TV to stream the match. You can also watch on the NBC Sports mobile app.

You’ll also be able to live stream coverage using NBCUniversal’s streaming service, Peacock. You can sign up for a standard account to watch standard coverage for free, or get a premium subscription for additional coverage. Once you have an account, you can live stream Olympics content on PeacockTV or using the Peacock App on a compatible device.

White, 35, is a snowboarding icon. These are his fifth Olympic Games; he stood atop the podium 2006, 2010 and 2018, and he finished fourth in 2014. He’s also won 15 X Games golds, 13 of which came in this sport. Knee, back and ankle injuries have reportedly brought on his retirement decision, but snowboarding won’t soon forget the man known as “The Flying Tomato.”

White has the fourth-best odds to claim gold in his farewell event, according to DraftKings Sportsbook. He’s listed at +500, trailing Japan’s duo of Ayumu Hirano (+250) and Yuto Totsuka (+300) as well as Australia’s Scotty James (+350). Hirano was the silver medalist in 2014 and 2018. Totsuka is the reigning world champion. James finished second at the 2021 world championships and won bronze in the halfpipe during the 2018 Winter Olympics.