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

The snowboarding icon will have one more chance to earn a fourth Olympic gold medal.

Snowboard - Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics Day 5 Photo by Matthias Hangst/Getty Images

It came down to a do-or-die second run during Wednesday’s qualifying for the men’s halfpipe final, but Shaun White did what he needed to do to give himself one final chance to claim a fourth Olympic gold medal. He finished fourth among the 12 qualifiers. Thursday’s halfpipe finals will consist of three runs, with the first beginning at 8:30 p.m. ET. The second run will commence at 8:58 p.m. ET. The third and final run to decide the medal podium will start at 9:25 p.m. ET.

If you are not in front of a television, NBCOlympics.com will live stream the event. 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, has already said that these Winter Olympics will mark his last snowboard competition. As a three-time Olympic champion and with double-digit X Games golds, “The Flying Tomato” has accomplished everything and then some in this sport.

Although he is the defending Olympic champ, White is not the gold-medal favorite for Thursday. Japan’s Ayumu Hirano has the best odds, according to DraftKings Sportsbook, at +150. He is a two-time silver medalist in this event and posted the top score during Wednesday’s qualifying. The second-best odds belong to Australia's Scotty James at +250. Then comes White at +500, followed by two more Japanese qualifiers — Yuto Totsuka and Ruka Hirano — at +850.