Maggie Voisin skiing slopestyle competition riding a rail on a park feature at Copper Mountai
(Photo/Dew Tour)

2022 Winter Olympic Qualifiers Are Here: How to Watch Dew Tour This Weekend

Want to see what professional ski and snowboard athletes are up to? Check out these slopestyle and halfpipe ski and snowboard competitions. Read on for how to watch Dew Tour live.

Like Red Bull Rampage, X Games, and a few other select events, Winter Dew Tour is a must-watch for wintersports enthusiasts everywhere.

Even if you don’t know the difference between a double cork, switch flip, or nose butter, you’ll still enjoy watching the ski and snowboard talent that’s about to hit the pipe at Copper Mountain, Colo., this weekend.

Who to Watch

Danny Davis hitting air at practice in the halfpipe at Copper Mountain
(Photo/Yoshida, Dew Tour)

U.S. pro athletes to watch include snowboarders Red Gerard, Danny Davis, Julia Marino, Shaun White, Chloe Kim, and Kiana Clay as well as freeskiers Alex Ferreira, Maggie Voisin, David Wise, Devin Logan, and more.

International athletes to watch include snowboarders Mark McMorris, Stale Sandbech, Zoi Sadowski-Synnott, and Jan Sherrer as well as skiers Kelly Sildaru, Tess Ledeux, and Mark Hendrickson.

And while the competition is big, the stakes are even bigger. Athletes’ Dew Tour performances will also receive points on a system that will determine which athletes go to the Olympics to represent Team USA.

There are currently four Olympic snowboard events (slalom, cross, halfpipe, and big air) and four Olympic freeski events (ski cross, halfpipe, slopestyle, and big air), many of which will throw down at Dew Tour.

Big air, which was added as a snowboard event at the Olympics in 2018, will debut as a freeski event for the first time at the 2022 Olympic Games.

How to Watch Dew Tour

Winter Dew Tour will be livestreamed from Dec. 16 to 19 on, Facebook Live, and YouTube. But the best place to keep tabs on Dew Tour live (if you aren’t at the event in person, that is) is with GearJunkie’s live on-snow coverage.

We’ll be posting throughout the day Friday and Saturday to keep you updated on athlete performance, who to look for in the finals, rankings, and more.

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Mary Murphy

Mary Murphy is the Managing Editor of GearJunkie and serves as the leader of Lola Digital Media’s DEI Committee.

She has been writing about hiking, running, climbing, camping, skiing, and more for seven years, and has been on staff at GearJunkie since 2019. Prior to that, Mary wrote for 5280 Magazine in Denver while working as an outdoor instructor teaching climbing, kayaking, paddleboarding, and mountain biking at Avid4Adventure. Based in Denver, Colorado, Murphy is an avid hiker, runner, backpacker, skier, yogi, and pack-paddleboarder.