Update: 26 February 2018, Monday That’s it folks! The 2018 Winter Olympics concluded it’s final 15 minutes with a spectacular dance party hosted by DJs Raiden and Martin Garrix – with heaps and heaps of dancing along the way (we wouldn’t have expected any less from the country that brought us K-Pop!). Check out 10 PyeongChang highlights via The Guardian and we’ll see you for the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing.
The 2018 Winter Olympics starts on the 8th February from Pyeongchang, South Korea, with the opening ceremony starting at 1100 GMT on Friday 9th Feb. This is predicted to be the coldest ever winter Olympics and temperatures could drop to -13 Celsius during the opening ceremony!
The games will see 93 countries compete in 15 sports over 17 days, so take a look through the schedule below and choose your favourites. We’ll be looking out for the Ski Jumping, Alpine Skiing, Snowboard and Luge, but I think the feel good story for 2018 will be the Nigerian women’s bobsleigh, yup Cool Runnings II!
Live coverage will be available through BBC and Eurosport (UK), NBC Sport (US), CBC (Canada), C1R (Russia), ARD and ZDF (Germany), France Télévisions (France), SRF (Switzerland), HotStar / Olympic Channel (India), Seven Network (Australia), and Sky Sport (New Zealand). Here are the match coverage breakdown for the different countries:
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Updated 9th Feb: It appears that HotStar might not have streams available for the games. Fortunately, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) in a last minute decision, decided that the official Olympic Channel will live stream all winter games across India and the sub-continent. You’ll still need to connect to out India (IND) servers first to access the stream.