Pyeongchang Winter Olympics 2018 schedule in full and event calendar

The Olympic Winter Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, are from February 9 to 25, 2018.

Pyeongchang Winter Olympics 2018 schedule in full and event calendar

The Olympic Winter Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, are from February 9 to 25, 2018. Over 50,000 athletes from over 100 countries will compete in various sports like skiing, bobsleigh, skating, curling, ice hockey, and snowboarding. The opening and closing ceremonies will be at the Hoenggye Olympic Park and competitions will take place in places like the Alpensia ski resort. The competition programme for PyeongChang 2018 includes six exciting new events: snowboard big air (men’s and women’s), speed skating mass start (men’s and women’s), curling mixed doubles and the Alpine team event. This means that the total number of gold medal events will be 102 – the most ever contested at an Olympic Winter Games to date.

All of the short track and speed skating sessions will take place in the evening, along with the luge, ski jumping and biathlon, which will take place under floodlights, adding a spectacular new dimension to the events. Meanwhile, the Alpine skiing competitions will all be held during the daytime, maximising the opportunities for spectators to attend several Olympic activities in one day. In another new twist, the Alpine skiing programme is being split between two venues: the speed events (downhill, Super-G and combined) will all take place at Jeongseong Alpine Centre, while Yongpyong Alpine Centre will host the technical events (giant slalom, slalom and the new team competition), with speed and technical events taking place on alternate days.

The mixed doubles curling and ski jumping competitions will both get off to an early start, on 8 February – one day ahead of the Opening Ceremony; while figure skating, freestyle skiing and the other curling competitions will all Curling, and Freestyle Skiing will take place the following day, meaning there will be no shortage of opportunities for those wishing to get a first taste of the sporting action before they head to the PyeongChang Olympic Stadium for the Opening Ceremony.

February 9
Opening ceremony

February 10
Biathlon, women’s 7.5 km sprint.
Cross country, women’s 7.5km + 7.5km skiathlon.
Short track speed skating, men’s 1500m.
Ski jumping, men’s normal hill individual.
Speed skating, women’s 3000m.

February 11
Alpine skiing, men’s downhill.
Biathlon men’s 10 km sprint.
Cross country men’s 15km + 15km skiathlon.
Freestyle women’s moguls.
Luge men’s single.
Snowboard men’s slopestyle.
Speed skating, men’s 5000m.

February 12
Alpine, women’s giant slalom.
Biathlon women’s 10km pursuit, Men’s 12.5km pursuit.
Figure skating Team event:
Men’s single free skating, women’s single free skating.
Ice dance, free dance.
Freestyle men’s moguls.
Ski jumping, women’s normal hill individual.
Snowboard, women’s slopestyle.
Speed skating, Women’s 1500m.

February 13
Alpine, men’s combined.
Cross country men/women individual sprint classic.
Curling, mixed doubles.
Short track, speed skating women’s 500m final.
Snowboard, women’s halfpipe finals.
Speed skating, men’s 1500m.

February 14
Alpine, women’s slalom.
Biathlon women’s 15km individual.
Nordic combined, men’s individual normal hill, individual Gundersen NH/10km.
Snowboard, men’s halfpipe.
Speed skating, women’s 1000m.

February 15
Alpine, men’s super-G.
Biathlon, men’s 20km individual.
Cross country, women’s 10km free.
Figure skating, pairs free skating.
Luge, team relay. Snowboard, men’s cross.
Speed skating, men’s 10000m.

February 16
Cross country, men’s 15km free.
Freestyle, women’s aerials.
Snowboard, women’s cross finals.
Speed skating, women’s 5000m.
Skeleton, men’s heats 3 & 4.

February 17
Alpine, women’s Super-G.
Biathlon, women’s 12.5km mass start.
Cross country, women’s 4x5km relay.
Figure skating, men’s single free skating.
Freestyle, women’s slopestyle.
Short track speed skating, women’s 1500m final, men’s 1000m.
Ski jumping, men’s large hill individual.
Skeleton, women’s heats 3 & 4.

February 18
Alpine, men’s giant slalom.
Biathlon, men’s 15km mass start.
Cross-country, men’s 4x10km relay.
Freestyle, men’s ski slopestyle, men’s aerials.
Speed skating, women’s 500m.

February 19
Bobsleigh, 2-man heats 3 & 4.
Ski jumping, men’s team.
Speed skating, men’s 500m.

February 20
Biathlon, 2 x 6km women’s, 2x7.5km men’s mixed relay.
Figure skating, ice dance free dance.
Freestyle, women’s ski halfpipe.
Nordic, combined individual Gundersen LH/10km.
Short-track speed skating, women’s 3000m relay.

February 21
Alpine, women’s downhill.
Bobsleigh, women’s heats 3 & 4.
Cross-country men/women team sprint free.
Freestyle, men’s ski cross.
Speed skating, women’s & men’s team pursuit.

February 22
Alpine, men’s slalom.
Biathlon, women’s 4x6km relay.
Freestyle, men’s ski halfpipe.
Ice hockey, women’s gold medal match.
Nordic combined, men’s team Gundersen LH/4x5km.
Short-track speed skating, men’s 500m final, women’s 1000m, men’s 5000m relay.

February 23
Women’s alpine combined.
Biathlon, men’s 4x7.5km relay.
Figure skating, women’s single free skating.
Freestyle, women’s ski cross.
Snowboard, women’s big Air.
Speed skating, men’s 1000m.

February 24
Alpine, Team event.
Cross-country, men’s 50 km mass start classic.
Curling, men’s gold medal.
Snowboard, men’s big air, Women’s & men’s parallel giant slalom.
Speed skating, women’s & men’s mass start.

February 25
Bobsleigh, 4-man heats 3 & 4.
Cross-country, women’s 30km mass start classic.
Curling, women’s gold medal.
Ice hockey, men’s gold medal.
Closing ceremony.



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