The games have officially begun! The 2022 Winter Olympics are in full swing over in Beijing. With so many Olympians competing for the United States, it makes you wonder how many are from New York.

In total, there are 16 Olympians this year from New York. This includes those who still live in the state and those who were born here. Remsen native, Erin Hamlin, isn't competing anymore, but you can catch her commentating during the luge competitions.

Here's a breakdown of each category that has a New Yorker in it and what days you can watch them compete.

Alpine Skiing

  • Who:
    • Tricia Mangan, Buffalo, NY (2-time Olympian)
  • When:
    • February 3rd-17th, 19th


  • Who:
    • Hunter Church, Cadyville, NY
  • When:
    • February 10th-20th

Figure Skating

  • Who:
    • Ashley Cain-Gribble (Pair Skating), Chelsea Piers, NY.
    • Kaitlin Hawayek (Ice Dance), East Aurora, NY.
  • When:
    • February 4th, 6-8th, 10th, 12th, 14-15th, 17-19th.

Freestyle Skiing

  • Who: 
    • Chris and Jon Lillis, Pittsford, NY.
    • Olivia Giaccia, Mount Kisco, NY.
    • Devin Logan (2014 Silver Medalist) Oceanside, NY.
    • Dylan Walczyk, Rochester, NY.
  • When: 
    • February 3rd, 5-10th, 13-19th.

Ice Hockey

  • Who: 
    • Nick Abruzzese, Slate Hill, NY.
    • Aaron Ness (NY Islanders),
    • Hayley Scamurra, Gatzville, NY.
  • When:
    • February 3rd-20th.


  • Who:
    • Jonny Gustafson, Massena, NY.
    • Sean Hollander, Lake Placid, NY.
    • Chris Mazdzer, Saranac Lake, NY.
  • When:
    • February 2nd-10th.


  • Who:
    • Hagen Kearney, Buffalo, NY.
    • Julia Marino, Brooklyn, NY.
  • When:
    • February 5-12th, 14-15th.

The 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics started on Friday, February 4th and plan to wrap up on Sunday, February 20th. All events are live and available to watch on Peacock and NBC.

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