PyeongChang 2018: Dates, sports, venues, live TV details, British medal hopes
What are the dates, sports, venues and live TV details for the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympic Games.
WHEN ARE THE WINTER OLYMPICS?
The Winter Olympics officially starts with the opening ceremony on Friday 9 February and runs through to Sunday 25 February.
However, there are Curling and Ski Jumping events on Thursday 8th February.
HOW CAN I WATCH IT?
The PyeongChang 2018 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games are live on Eurosport and Eurosport Player.
However, Eurosport Player is the only place to see the Olympics live and in their entirety, broadcasting more than 100 events live and on demand, providing access on any device, at any time.
It will make PyeongChang 2018 the most digital Olympic Games across Europe, capturing every moment of action for viewers, as well as creating further mass engagement on Eurosport's digital sites and social media platforms.
WHAT IS THE TIME DIFFERENCE?
The time difference between London and Pyeongchang is nine hours. For example, the opening ceremony is scheduled to begin at 8pm local time, so will start at 11am UK time.
WHERE ARE THEY TAKING PLACE?
The games will be held in Pyeongchang County, South Korea. There are two main hubs where the competition will take place.
PYEONGCHANG MOUNTAIN CLUSTER
- PyeongChang Olympic Stadium
- Alpensia Ski Jumping Centre
- Alpensia Biathlon Centre
- Alpensia Cross-Country Skiing Centre
- Olympic Sliding Centre
- Yongpyong Alpine Centre
- Jeongseon Alpine Centre
- Phoenix Snow Park
GANGNEUNG COASTAL CLUSTER
- Gangneung Hockey Centre
- Gangneung Oval
- Gangneung Ice Arena
- Gangneung Curling Centre
- Kwandong Hockey Centre
WHAT ARE THE EVENTS AND SPORTS?
There will be 102 events across 15 sports, with, for the first time, over 100 gold medals on offer.
- Alpine skiing (11 gold medals)
- Biathlon (11 gold medals)
- Bobsleigh (3 gold medals)
- Cross-country skiing (12 gold medals)
- Curling (3 gold medals)
- Figure skating (5 gold medals)
- Freestyle skiing (10 gold medals)
- Ice hockey (2 gold medals)
- Luge (4 gold medals)
- Nordic combined (3 gold medals)
- Short track speed skating (8 gold medals)
- Skeleton (2 gold medals)
- Ski jumping (4 gold medals)
- Snowboarding (10 gold medals)
- Speed skating (14 gold medals)
BRITISH TALENT TO WATCH OUT FOR
|Dave Ryding||Alpine skiing|
|Charlie Guest||Alpine skiing|
|James Woods||Freestyle skiing|
|Izzy Atkin||Freestyle skiing|
|Katie Summerhayes||Freestyle skiing|
|Rowan Cheshire||Freestyle skiing|
|Elise Christie||Short track|
|Charlotte Gilmartin||Short track|
|Emily Sarsfield||Ski cross|
|Zoe Gillings-Brier||Snowboard cross|