How to Watch Winter Games on Firefox with Multiple Videos
If omicron has canceled your winter plans, watching the Beijing Games may be the best thing to do. Don’t know how to snowboard? See star athletes shred. Ski resort closed? Leave the sticks to the pros. And yes, it feels like we just extinguished the torch flames – less than six months ago to be exact. But what else can we do? Our jobs? This is the third year of the pandemic. We deserve a little screen distraction.
How to watch winter games while working in other tabs
In fact, we don’t condone ignoring your work, but a little multitasking can’t hurt. A pro tip for a smooth viewing experience: watch the winter games by taking advantage of the Firefox browser’s multi-picture-in-picture feature.
The video will play in a new window that always stay on top, while you take care of other business (like that thing your boss asked you to do) in other tabs. Firefox will allow you to output as many videos as your internet connection allows. So if you can’t decide between watching curling or ice hockey, multi picture in picture will be useful.
Why the Winter Games are so important
Of course, this is the second tournament of this pandemic, which for some circles may be two too many. On the positive side, this year’s sporting events will allow us to witness the out-of-this-world talent and inspiring spirit of the athletes competing.
Take one of figure skating favorites, who started skating at the age of 3 after watching his brothers play hockey. In 2017, he landed five quadruple jumps in a single performance, becoming the first man to do so in figure skating history.
One decorated alpine skier aims to continue a winning streak after his father’s sudden death in 2020. His family has established a fund in his honor to help athletes cope with the challenges of the pandemic.
Once every four years, the Winter Tournament gives us the opportunity to celebrate lesser-known sports that manage to entertain despite ungodly temperatures. Did you know that there are three different sliding events? This includes the skeleton – the whose competition should be “fierce” — and the luge, the fastest of the three. The third sliding sport, bobsledding, involves multiple team members driving a sled down a narrow, winding track. This year, the tournament will feature for the first time monobob, an individual event it’s just for competitors.
Moments we wouldn’t want to miss
The last matches gave us some memorable moments. This British diver brought her knitting needles to kill time between events and, albeit fleetingly, seemingly brought all of Twitter together.
A taekwondo competitor from Tonga has also been doing a lot on social media with his oiled up torso. The Polynesian country recently experienced a disastrous volcanic eruption, and it use their platform to get support for those affected.
Now, we don’t know what flashes of levity this tournament will bring. But 2022 could certainly use some, and Firefox’s multi-picture-in-picture mode is there to make sure you don’t miss a moment.