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PyeongChang 2018

The 2018 Winter Olympics, one of the biggest events on the global sporting calendar, has gotten under way in PyeongChang, South Korea, and although the opening ceremony has now ended, you can still watch the 2,500 athletes from 90 nations compete for gold over ice and snow.

PyeongChang 2018 Live

Winter Olympics 2018 Live

The Winter Olympic women’s snowboard slopestyle event takes place Feb. 11 at 9 p.m. ET. You can watch each and every run online through NBC Sports (live stream).

Winter Olympics 2018 Live

Weather stripped snowboarders of a chance to tackle the course in Pyeongchang Saturday and provided an extra sense of urgency to Sunday’s action. As a result, a loaded finals will feature each and every Olympic qualifier — and the extra competitors mean that everyone will only get two chances to carve up their best possible runs instead of the standard three.

American Jamie Anderson can continue her country’s dominance of the event by defending her gold. The 27 year old won the first-ever women’s event in 2014, taking the top spot at the podium and combining with male counterpart Sage Kotsenburg to make it a Team USA sweep. Another big performance would repeat that feat — only this time with 17-year-old Red Gerard, who won the men’s side of the competition Saturday.

She’s not the only American with a great chance to earn some shiny new hardware. Julia Marino is a budding slopestyle star after winning Winter X Games gold in the event as a 19 year old in 2017 and then finishing second at 2018’s competition. She can make her first Olympic experience a memorable one with an aggressive course down the Phoenix Snow Park mountain.

Slopestyle brings all the elements of the skate park to the mountain, but they’ll be spaced down a long path devoted to picking up speed and unlocking some of the craziest tricks you’ll see at the Olympics. Anderson and her cohort will tackle a course filled with ramps, rails, and jumps designed to push snowboarders into the most creative — and difficult — runs they can manage. Judges will be on hand to grade their moves, which include grinds, spins, grabs, and flips. Medal winners are usually anchored by one unforgettable capstone.

England vs Wales

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England vs Wales Live

England vs Wales

England have made two changes from the side that beat Italy, including Danny Care stepping in for the injured Ben Youngs at scrum-half.

The other switch is at outside centre, with Jonathan Joseph replacing Ben Te’o, who drops to the bench.

Wales full-back Leigh Halfpenny has missed training with illness and is a doubt for Saturday’s game.

Wing George North is among the replacements after impressing last weekend for Northampton Saints.

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Where will England v Wales be won and lost?
England: Brown; Watson, Joseph, Farrell, May; Ford, Care; M Vunipola, Hartley (capt), Cole, Launchbury, Itoje, Lawes, Robshaw, Simmonds.

Replacements: George, Hepburn, H Williams, Kruis, Underhill, Wigglesworth, Te’o, Nowell.

Wales: Halfpenny; Adams, S Williams, Parkes, Evans; Patchell, G Davies; Evans, Owens, Lee, Hill, AW Jones (capt), A Shingler, Navidi, Moriarty.

Replacements: Dee, W Jones, Francis, B Davies, Tipuric, A Davies, Anscombe, North.

View from both camps
England head coach Eddie Jones: “Wales see themselves on a self-proclaimed roll at the moment. So we will see how they deal with Twickenham, and deal with us.

“They have got a number of players that are going to struggle with the expectation. They had nothing to lose [last weekend] and they played with a great freedom. Now they have expectation, and they have to cope with that expectation.”

Wales forwards coach Robin McBryde: “They [England] gained the ascendency out in Italy. They base their game around the set-piece. They’ll be looking to exert their dominance up front.

“We’re comfortable with where we are. We had a good hit out amongst each other before the autumn so the familiarity is there.

Ex-Wales captain Martyn Williams says Saturday’s Six Nations match between England and Wales at Twickenham is “as big as it can be” after both sides enjoyed comprehensive winning starts.

Champions England hammered Italy on Sunday and have won 14 home games in a row, but Williams believes Wales’ scintillating win over Scotlandlast weekend shows they can cause an upset.

“Last week all the talk was Scotland, with everybody putting Wales down, but they sent them home packing,” Williams told BBC Radio 5 live.

“It’s a totally different game going to Twickenham and the expectation is now on Wales. No doubt they’ll have respect for England, they’re a different animal, but Wales will be confident.

“They have got their swagger back and Wales are dangerous team when they’re confident.”

2018 Winter Olympics

WINTER OLYMPICS 2018 Live Stream Feb. 9, 2018 to Feb. 25, 2018. Competitions will be held at 13 different locations across the city of PyeongChang, South Korea. WATCH WINTER OLYMPICS 2018 Live Stream Update, Odds, Start Time, Preview, Team News and TV Info.

2018 Winter Olympics Live

2018 Winter Olympics

The 2018 Winter Olympics are here and we’ve got all the details to help you binge on the hundreds of hours of NBC’s live TV coverage as well as how you can stream live coverage online at NBCOlympics.com  or through the NBC Sports App or via fuboTV (try for free). The app and the stream at NBCOlympics.com will certainly come in handy if you feel like staying up late and watching events live overnight, since South Korea is 14 hours ahead of the Eastern time zone. Here’s everything you need to know, followed by the full TV schedule.

How to watch on TV

2018 Winter Olympics

The Olympic Games will be broadcast on various NBC networks. Those include NBC, NBCSN, USA Network.

  • NBC will present 176 hours of live coverage, and its primetime coverage begins on Thursday, Feb. 8, at 8 p.m. ET, and concludes with the Closing Ceremony on Sunday, Feb. 25.
  • NBCSN will present 369 hours of coverage, including live primetime and 10 days of 24-hour coverage from Feb. 18-25. The Pyeongchang Games officially begin on NBCSN on Wednesday Feb. 7 at 11 p.m. ET, with live coverage of mixed doubles curling.
  • CNBC will present 46 hours of coverage, including its curling telecasts beginning Monday, Feb. 12 and concluding Friday, Feb. 23.
  • USA Network will present 40.5 hours of ice hockey and curling coverage, most of which will air live between 7-9:30 a.m. ET. Coverage begins on Saturday, Feb. 10 with a live presentation of the Women’s hockey qualifying round.

How to watch on digital and streaming services

NBCOlympics.com and the NBC Sports app will combine to present more than 1,800 hours of streaming coverage, including live streaming of all NBC network Primetime broadcasts. The NBC Sports App will present live streamed and on-demand coverage of all competition across all 15 sports and 102 medal events. You can also stream all of NBC’s coverage on fuboTV (try for free).

Full TV schedule

All times Eastern

Thursday, Feb. 8

12-2 a.m. — Curling (mixed doubles):  United States vs. OAR, NBCSN
2 -4 a.m. — Curling (mixed doubles): Canada vs. Norway, NBCSN
4-6:05 a.m. — Curling (mixed doubles): China vs. Switzerland, NBCSN
6:05-8 a.m. — Curling (mixed doubles): United States vs. Canada, NBCSN (LIVE)
8-9 a.m. — Curling (mixed doubles): China vs. S. Korea, NBCSN
9-10 a.m. — Men’s Ski Jumping (normal hill qualifying), NBCSN
8-9 p.m. — Curling (mixed doubles): USA vs. Switzerland, NBCSN
8-11:30 p.m. — Figure Skating Team Competition (Men’s and pairs’ short programs), NBC (LIVE)
8-11:30 p.m. — Freestyle Skiing (men’s and women’s moguls qualifying), NBC (LIVE)
9-11:35 p.m. — Men’s Alpine Skiing (downhill training), NBCSN (LIVE)
9-11:35 p.m. — Men’s Luge (singles), NBCSN (LIVE)
11:35 p.m.-12 a.m. — Curling (mixed doubles): USA vs. South Korea, NBCSN (LIVE)

Friday, Feb. 9

12 -1:30 a.m. — Curling (mixed doubles): USA vs. South Korea, NBCSN (LIVE)
8-11 p.m. — Opening Ceremony, NBC

Saturday, Feb. 10

2-3:05 a.m. — Women’s Cross-Country Skiing (skiathlon gold medal final), NBCSN (LIVE)
3:05-5 a.m. — Curling (mixed doubles): USA vs. China, NBCSN
5-7:35 a.m. — Men’s and Women’s Short Track Speed Skating (men’s 1500, qualifying in women’s 500M and 3000M relay), NBCSN (LIVE)
7:35-9:15 a.m — Men’s Ski Jumping (normal hill gold medal final), NBCSN LIVE)
7-9:35 a.m. — Women’s Hockey: Switzerland vs. Korea, USA (LIVE)
9:15-11:30 a.m. — Men’s Snowboarding (slopestyle qualifying), NBCSN
11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. — Men’s Luge (singles), NBCSN
1-3 p.m. — Women’s Speed Skating (women’s 3,000M), NBCSN
1-3 p.m. — Biathlon (women’s 7.5km sprint)
3-6 p.m. — Short Track Speed Skating (men’s 1500M gold medal final, women’s qualifying in 500M, 3000M relay), NBC
3-6 p.m. — Men’s Ski Jumping (individual normal hill gold medal final), NBC
3-6 p.m. — Men’s Snowboarding (slopestyle qualifying), NBC
3-6 p.m. — Men’s Luge (singles competition), NBC
3-5 p.m. — Curling (mixed doubles): USA vs. Norway, NBCSN
8-11 p.m. — Figure Skating Team Event (ice dancing short program, ladies’ short program), NBC (LIVE)
8-11 p.m. — Men’s Alpine Skiing (downhill), NBC
8-9:45 p.m. — Men’s Snowboarding (slopestyle gold medal final), NBCSN (LIVE)
9:45-11:30 p.m. — Curling (mixed doubles): USA vs. Finland, NBCSN
11:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m. — Figure Skating Team Event (pairs’ free skate), NBC (LIVE)
11:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. — Women’s Snowboarding (slopestyle qualifying), NBCSN (LIVE)

Olympic Preview: U.S. Olympic Team Media Summit
Jamie Anderson will look to defend her gold in women’s slopestyle.  USATSI

Sunday, Feb. 11

12-1:30 a.m. — Women’s Snowboarding (slopestyle qualifying), NBCSN (LIVE)
1:30-2:40 a.m. — Curling (mixed doubles): Canada vs. Korea, NBCSN
2:40-5 a.m. — Women’s Ice Hockey: U.S. vs. Finland, NBCSN (LIVE)
5-9 a.m. — Men’s Biathlon (10k Sprint gold medal final), NBCSN (LIVE)
5-9 a.m. — Men’s Speed Skating (5000m gold medal final), NBCSN
5-9 a.m. — Men’s Cross Country (skiathlon gold medal final), NBCSN
7-9:30 a.m. — Women’s Ice Hockey: Canada vs. Olympic Athletes from Russia, USA (LIVE)
1:30-5:30 p.m. — Mixed Doubles Curling (tiebreaker), NBCSN
1:30-5:30 p.m. — Men’s Luge (singles gold medal final runs), NBCSN
5:30-8 p.m. — Men’s Biathlon (10km sprint gold medal final), NBCSN
3-6 p.m. — Men’s Speed Skating (5,000m gold medal final), NBC
3-6 p.m. — Men’s Biathlon – (10km sprint gold medal final), NBC
3-6 p.m. — Men’s Cross-Country Skiing (skiathlon gold medal final), NBC
7-11 p.m. — Team Figure Skating (team event gold medal final), NBC (LIVE)
7-11 p.m. — Women’s Alpine Skiing (giant slalom), NBC (LIVE)
7-11 p.m. — Women’s Freestyle Skiing (moguls gold medal final), NBC (LIVE)
7-11 p.m. — Women’s Snowboard (slopestyle gold medal final), NBC (LIVE)
7-11 p.m. — Men’s Luge (singles gold medal final runs), NBC (LIVE)
8-9:45 p.m. — Women’s Snowboarding (slopestyle gold medal final), NBCSN (LIVE)
9:45 p.m. — Mixed Doubles Curling (semifinal, teams TBD), NBCSN
11:30 p.m-1 a.m. — Men’s Speed Skating (5000m gold medal final), NBCSN
11:35 p.m.-1 a.m. — Women’s Alpine Skiing (giant slalom gold medal final), NBC (LIVE)
11:35 p.m.-1 a.m. — Women’s Snowboarding (halfpipe qualifying), NBC (LIVE)

Monday, Feb. 12

12-1 a.m. — Women’s Alpine Skiing (giant slalom gold medal final), NBC (LIVE)
12-1 a.m. — Women’s Snowboarding (halfpipe qualifying), NBC (LIVE)
12-1 a.m. — Men’s Speed Skating (5000m gold medal final)
1-2:40 a.m. — Curling (mixed doubles semifinal 1), NBCSN
2:40-5:10 a.m. — Women’s Ice Hockey: Switzerland vs. Japan, NBCSN (LIVE)
5:10-7 a.m. — Women’s Luge (singles competition, Run 1), NBCSN (LIVE)
5:10-7 a.m. — Women’s Biathlon (Pursuit gold medal final), NBCSN (LIVE)
7:10-9:30 a.m. — Women’s Ice Hockey: Sweden vs. Korea, NBCSN (LIVE)
9:30-10 a.m. — Women’s Luge (singles competition, Run 1), NBCSN
10-11 a.m. — Men’s Freestyle Skiing (moguls gold medal final), NBCSN
11 a.m.-12:15 p.m. — Women’s Ski Jumping (individual normal hill gold medal final), NBCSN
12:15-1:30 p.m. — Men’s Biathlon (pursuit gold medal final), NBCSN
1:30-3 p.m. — Women’s Speed Skating (1,500m gold medal final), NBCSN
3-5 p.m. — Men’s Freestyle Skiing (moguls gold medal final), NBC
3-5 p.m. — Women’s Ski Jumping (normal hill gold medal final), NBC
3-5 p.m. — Women’s Luge (singles competition), NBC
5-7 p.m. — Ice Hockey (game of the day), NBCSN
5-8 p.m. — Mixed Doubles Curling (semifinal), CNBC
8-10 p.m. — Curling (second of two mixed curling semifinals), NBCSN
8-11:30 p.m. — Men’s Alpine Skiing (combined, downhill run), NBC (LIVE)
8-11:30 p.m. — Women’s Snowboarding (halfpipe gold medal final), NBC (LIVE)
8-11:30 p.m. — Women’s Speed Skating (1,500m gold medal final), NBC (LIVE)
10-11:30 p.m. — Ice Hockey (game of the day, part II), NBCSN
11:30-12:05 a.m. — Men’s Snowboarding (halfpipe qualifying), NBCSN (LIVE)
11:30 p.m.-2:40 a.m. — Mixed Doubles Curling (bronze medal match), NBCSN

FIS Freestyle World Cup - Snowboard Halfpipe Qualification
Chloe Kim is the favorite to win gold in the women’s halfpipe.  Getty Images

Tuesday, Feb. 13

12:05-2 a.m. — Men’s Snowboarding (halfpipe qualifying), NBC
12:05-2 a.m. — Men’s Alpine Skiing (combined, slalom run), NBC
12:05-2:40 a.m. — Curling (mixed doubles bronze medal game), NBCSN
2:40-5 a.m. — Women’s Ice Hockey: Canada vs. Finland, NBCSN (LIVE)
5-7:10 a.m. — Women’s Luge (singles gold medal final runs), NBCSN
5-7:10 a.m. — Cross Country Skiing (men’s and women’s Individual sprint competition), NBCSN
7:10-9:30 a.m. — Women’s Ice Hockey: U.S. vs. Olympic Athletes from Russia, NBCSN
9:30-11:30 a.m. — Women’s Luge (singles gold medal final runs), NBCSN
9:30-11:30 a.m. — Cross Country (men’s and women’s individual sprint gold medal finals), NBCSN
11:30-12:30 p.m. — Men’s Speed Skating (1,500m Gold medal final), NBCSN
12:30-2:30 p.m. — Short Track Speed Skating (women’s 500m gold medal final, men’s 1000m and 5000m relay qualifying), NBCSN
2:30-4:30 p.m. — Mixed Doubles Curling (bronze medal match replay), NBCSN
3-5 p.m. — Men’s Speed Skating (1,500m Gold medal final), NBC
3-5 p.m. — Women’s Luge (singles gold medal final runs), NBC
3-5 p.m. — Cross Country Skiing (men’s and women’s individual sprint gold medal finals), NBC
4:30-5 p.m. — Medal Ceremonies, NBCSN
5-7 p.m. — Ice Hockey (game of the day replay), NBCSN
5-8 p.m. — Mixed Doubles Curling (Gold Medal Match), CNBC
8-11:30 p.m. — Figure Skating (pairs’ short program), NBC (LIVE)
8-11:30 p.m. — Women’s Alpine Skiing (slalom, first run), NBC (LIVE)
8-11:30 p.m. — Men’s Snowboarding (halfpipe gold medal final, NBC (LIVE)
8-10:10 p.m. — Figure Skating (pairs’ short program), NBCSN
10:10 p.m.-12:30 a.m. — Women’s Ice Hockey: Sweden vs. Switzerland, NBCSN (LIVE)

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Shaun White is out for revenge in the halfpipe after failing to medal in Sochi.  Getty Images

Wednesday, Feb. 14

12:05-1:30 a.m. — Women’s Alpine Skiing (slalom, gold medal final run), NBC (LIVE)
12:05-1:30 a.m. — Short Track Speed Skating (women’s 500m gold medal final, men’s 1000m and 5000m relay qualifying), NBC
12-12:30 a.m. — Women’s Hockey: Sweden vs. Switzerland, NBCSN (LIVE)
12:30-2:30 a.m. — Men’s Curling: USA vs. South Korea, NBCSN
2:30-5 a.m. — Men’s Nordic Combined (individual normal hill/10km gold medal final), NBCSN (LIVE)
2:30-5 a.m. — Women’s Skeleton (training), NBCSN
2:30-5 a.m. — Women’s Ice Hockey: South Korea vs. Japan, USA (LIVE)
5-6:30 a.m. — Women’s Speed Skating (1000m gold medal final), NBCSN (LIVE)
5-7:10 a.m. — Women’s Curling: Great Britain vs. Olympic Athletes from Russia, NBCSN
6:30-9 a.m. — Men’s Hockey: USA vs. Slovenia, NBC (LIVE)
7-9:30 a.m. — Men’s Hockey: Olympic Athletes from Russia vs. Slovakia, USA(LIVE)
9:30-11:30 a.m. — Luge (doubles gold medal final), NBCSN
|9:30-11:30 a.m. — Women’s Skeleton (training runs), NBCSN
11:30 a.m.-1:15 p.m. — Women’s Biathlon (15km gold medal final), NBCSN
1:15-5 p.m. — Women Curling: Denmark vs. Sweden, NBCSN
3-5 p.m. — Luge (Doubles gold medal final), NBC
3-5 p.m. — Men’s Nordic Combined (individual normal hill/10k gold medal final), NBC
4:15-5 p.m. — Medal ceremonies, NBCSN
5-7 p.m. — Ice Hockey Game of the Day (replay), NBCSN
5-8 p.m. — Women’s Curling: U.S. vs. Japan, CNBC
7-8:30 p.m. — Olympic Ice, NBCSN
8-11:30 p.m. — Figure Skating (pairs’ Gold medal final), NBC (LIVE)
8-11:30 p.m. — Men’s Alpine Skiing (super-G gold medal final), NBC (LIVE)
8-11:30 p.m. — Men’s Skeleton (qualifying), NBC (LIVE)
8-11:30 p.m. — Women’s Speed Skating (1000m gold medal final), NBC
8:30-10 p.m. — Figure Skating (pairs’ free skate), NBCSN (LIVE)
10-12:30 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey: Finland vs. Germany, CNBC (LIVE)
10:10-12:30 a.m. — Women’s Ice Hockey: U.S. vs. Canada, NBCSN (LIVE)

Alpine Skiing: 2017 Lake Louise Audi FIS Skiing Ladies Downhill
Mikaela Shiffrin is the favorite to win gold in the women’s slalom.  USATSI

Thursday, Feb. 15

12:05-1:30 a.m. — Men’s Snowboard Cross (gold medal final), NBC (LIVE)
12:05-1:30 a.m. — Men’s Skeleton (Run 2 of 4), NBC (LIVE)
12:30-2:40 a.m. — Women’s Curling: USA vs. Great Britain, NBCSN
2:30-5 a.m. — Women’s Ice Hockey: Olympic Athletes from Russia vs. Finland, USA (LIVE)
2:40-5 a.m. — Men’s Hockey: Norway vs. Sweden, NBCSN (LIVE)
5-7:10 a.m. — Men’s Curling: Canada vs. Norway, USA
5-7:10 a.m. — Women’s Cross Country (10km gold medal final), NBCSN
7:10-9:30 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey: Czech Republic vs. South Korea, USA (LIVE)
7:10-9:30 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey: Switzerland vs. Canada, NBCSN (LIVE)
9:30 a.m.-Noon — Luge (team relay gold medal final), NBCSN
9:30 a.m.-Noon — Men’s Speed Skating (10,000m gold medal final), NBCSN
Noon-2 p.m. — Men’s Biathlon (20km gold medal final), NBCSN
2-5 p.m. — Men’s Curling: U.S. vs. Italy, NBCSN
3-5 p.m. — Women’s Cross Country (10km gold medal final), NBC
3-5 p.m. — Men’s Speed Skating (10,000m gold medal final), NBC
5-7 p.m. — Ice Hockey Game of the Day (replay), NBCSN
5-8 p.m. — Women’s Curling:U.S. vs. Switzerland, CNBC
7-8 p.m. — Olympic Ice, NBCSN
8-11 p.m. — Figure Skating (men’s short program, NBCSN (LIVE)
8 p.m.-12:30 a.m. — Figure Skating (men’s short program), NBC (LIVE)
8 p.m.-12:30 a.m. — Women’s Snowboard Cross (gold medal final), NBC (LIVE)
8 p.m.-12:30 a.m. — Men’s Skeleton (Gold medal final runs), NBC (LIVE)
8 p.m.-12:30 a.m. — Women’s Freestyle Skiing (aerials competition), NBC (LIVE)
8 p.m.-12:30 a.m. — Women’s Cross Country (10km gold medal final), NBC (LIVE)
10 p.m.-12:30 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey: U.S. vs. Slovakia, CNBC (LIVE)
11 p.m.-2:40 a.m. — Men’s Curling: U.S. vs. Sweden, NBCSN
11 p.m.-2:40 a.m. — Men’s Cross Country (15km gold medal final), NBCSN (LIVE)

FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup - Men's and Women's Snowboardcross
Can Lindsey Jacobellis finally win that elusive gold medal in snowboard cross? Getty Images

Friday, Feb. 16

12-1 a.m. — Men’s Curling: U.S. vs. Sweden, NBCSN
1-2:40 a.m. — Men’s Cross Country (15km gold medal final), NBCSN (LIVE)
1:05-2 a.m. — Luge (team relay gold medal final), NBC
1:05-2 a.m. — Men’s biathlon (20km gold medal final), NBC
2:40-5 a.m. — Men’s Hockey: Olympic athletes of Russia vs. Slovenia, NBCSN (LIVE)
5-7:10 a.m. — Women’s Curling: Sweden vs. OAR, NBCSN
7-9:30 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey: Finland vs. Norway, USA (LIVE)
7:10-9:30 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey: Sweden vs. Germany, NBCSN (LIVE)
9:30-10:45 a.m. — Women’s Skeleton (competition), NBCSN
10:45 a.m.-1:15 p.m. — Women’s Speed Skating (5,000m Gold medal final), NBCSN
10:45 a.m.-1:15 p.m. — Men’s Ski Jumping (individual large Hill Competition), NBCSN
1:15-2 p.m. — Medal ceremonies, NBCSN
2-5 p.m. — Women’s Curling: South Korea vs. Switzerland, NBCSN
3-5 p.m. — Women’s Speed Skating (5,000m gold medal final), NBC
3-5 p.m. — Men’s Cross Country (15km gold medal final), NBC
3-5 p.m. — Men’s Ski Jumping (ndividual large hill competition), NBC
5-7 p.m. — Ice Hockey Game of the Day (replay), NBCSN
5-8 p.m. — Men’s Curling: U.S. vs. Denmark, CNBC
7-8 p.m. — Olympic Ice, NBCSN
8–10:10 p.m. — Figure Skating (Men’s gold medal final), NBCSN (LIVE)
8 p.m.-midnight — Figure Skating (Men’s gold medal final), NBC (LIVE)
8 p.m.-midnight — Women’s Alpine Skiing (Super G gold medal final), NBC (LIVE)
8 p.m.-midnight — Women’s Freestyle Skiing (aerials gold medal final), NBC
8 p.m.-midnight — Women’s Skeleton (competition), NBC
10 p.m.-12:30 a.m. — Women’s Ice Hockey (quarterfinal), CBNC (LIVE)
10:10 p.m.-12:30 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey: Canada vs. Czech Republic, NBCSN (LIVE)

Figure Skating: 2018 Prudential U.S. Figure Skating Championships
Nathan Chen is the favorite to win gold in South Korea.  USATSI

Saturday, Feb. 17

12:35-2 a.m. — Women’s Freestyle Skiing (slopestyle gold medal final), NBC
12:35-2 a.m. — Figure Skating – Men’s Postgame, NBC
12:30-2:40 a.m. — Women’s Curling: U.S. vs. Olympic Athletes from Russia, NBCSN
2-5 a.m. — Primetime Encore, NBC
2:40-5 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey: Switzerland vs. South Korea, NBCSN (LIVE)
5-7:10 a.m. — Men’s Curling: Canada vs. Sweden, NBCSN
7:10-9:30 a.m.- Men’s Ice Hockey: USA vs. Olympic Athletes of Russia, NBCSN
9:30-10:30 a.m. — Men’s Freestyle Skiing (aerials qualifying), NBCSN
10:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. — Women’s Cross Country (4x5km Relay Gold medal final), NBCSN
11:30 a.m.-12:30 a.m. — Women’s Biathlon (12.5km Mass Start Gold medal final), NBCSN
12:30-1:30 p.m. — Short Track (men’s 1000m and women’s 15000 gold medal finals), NBCSN
1:30-2:30 p.m. — Women’s Skeleton (gold medal final runs), NBCSN
2:30-3:30 p.m. — Men’s Ski Jumping (individual large hill gold medal final, NBCSN
3-6 p.m. — Men’s Freestyle Skiing (aerials competition), NBC
3-6 p.m. — Women’s Biathlon (12.5km mass start gold medal final), NBC
3-6 p.m. — Women’s Cross Country (4x5km Relay Gold medal final), NBC
3:30-5:30 p.m. — Ice Hockey Game of the Day (replay), NBCSN
5-8 p.m. — Women’s Curling: U.S. vs. Canada, CNBC
7-8 p.m. — Olympic Ice, NBCSN
8–10:10 p.m. — Men’s Freestyle Skiing (slopestyle competition), NBCSN (LIVE)
8-11 p.m. — Men’s Alpine Skiing (giant slalom, first run), NBC (LIVE)
8-11 p.m. — Short Track (gold medal finals), NBC
8-11 p.m. — Women’s Skeleton (gold medal final runs), NBC
8-11 p.m. — Men’s Ski Jumping (individual large hill gold medal final), NBC
10:10 p.m.-12:30 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey: Germany vs. Norway, NBCSN (LIVE)
11:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. — Men’s Alpine Skiing (Giant slalom, gold medal final run), NBC (LIVE)
11:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. — Men’s Freestyle Skiing (slopestyle gold medal final), NBC

Olympics: Alpine Skiing-Men's Giant Slalom
Ted Ligety will look to add to his Olympics medal collection in the men’s giant slalom.  USATSI

Sunday, Feb. 18

12:30-2:40 a.m. — Men’s Curling: U.S. vs. Japan, NBCSN
1:30-4:30 a.m. — Primetime Encore, NBC
2:40-5 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey: Czech Republic vs. Switzerland, NBCSN (LIVE)
5-7:10 a.m. — Women’s Curling: Canada vs. Switzerland, NBCSN
7-9:30 a.m. —  Men’s Ice Hockey: Canada vs. South Korea, USA (LIVE)
7:10-9:30 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey: Sweden vs. Finland, NBCSN (LIVE)
9:30-10:15 a.m. — Two-Man Bobsled (competition), NBCSN
10:15-11:15 a.m. — Men’s Freestyle Skiing (Aerials gold medal final), NBCSN
11:15 am.-12 p.m. — Speed Skating (women’s 500m gold medal final, men’s team pursuit competition), NBCSN
12-1 p.m. — Men’s Biathlon (15km mass start gold medal final), NBCSN
1-3 p.m. — Men’s Cross Country (4x10km relay gold medal final), NBCSN
3-5 p.m. — Ice Hockey Game of the Day (replay), NBCSN
3-6 p.m. — Men’s Freestyle Skiing (aerials gold medal final), NBC
3-6 p.m. — Men’s Speed Skating (Team Pursuit Competition), NBC
3-6 p.m. — Men’s Biathlon (15km Mass Start Gold medal final, NBC
4-7 p.m. — Men’s Curling: U.S. vs. Norway, CNBC
7-8 p.m. — Olympic Ice, NBCSN
7 p.m.-Midnight — Figure Skating (ice dancing short dance), NBC (LIVE)
7 p.m.-Midnight — Women’s Freestyle Skiing (halfpipe), NBC (LIVE)
7 p.m.-Midnight — Women’s Speed Skating (500m gold medal final), NBC
7 p.m.-Midnight — Two-Man Bobsled (competition), NBC
7 p.m.-Midnight — Men’s Cross Country (4x10km relay gold medal final), NBC
8-10:15 p.m. — Figure Skating (ice dancing short dance), NBCSN (LIVE)
10:15-11:10 p.m. — Men’s Freestyle Skiing (aerials gold medal final), NBCSN
11 p.m.-1:30 a.m. — Women’s Ice Hockey (semifinal), NBCSN (LIVE)

Monday, Feb. 19

12:35-2 a.m. — Women’s Snowboarding (big air competition), NBC
1:30-4:30 a.m. — Women’s Curling: U.S. vs. Denmark, NBCSN
2-4:30 a.m. — Primetime Encore, NBC
4:30-7:10 a.m. — Men’s Curling: U.S. vs. Canada, NBCSN
7:10-9:30 a.m. — Women’s Hockey (semifinal), NBCSN (LIVE)
9:30-11 a.m. — Men’s Ski Jumping (team large hill gold medal final), NBCSN
11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. — Two-Man Bobsled (gold medal final runs), NBCSN
11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. — Speed Skating (men’s 500m gold medal final, women’s Team Pursuit Competition), NBCSN
12:30-3:30 p.m. — Men’s Curling: U.S. vs Canada, NBCSN
3-5 p.m. — Men’s Ski Jumping (team large hill gold medal final), NBC
3-5 p.m. — Speed Skating (men’s 500m gold medal final, women’s team pursuit competition), NBC
3:30-7 p.m. — Ice Hockey Game of the Day (Replay), Ice Hockey Game of the Day II (Replay)
5-8 p.m. — Women’s Curling: U.S. vs. China, CNBC
7-8 p.m. — Olympic Ice
8–10:10 p.m. — Figure Skating (ice dancing gold medal final), NBCSN (LIVE)
8–10:10 p.m. — Women’s Alpine Skiing (downhill training), NBCSN
8-11:30 p.m. — Figure Skating (ice dancing gold medal final), NBC (LIVE)
8-11:30 p.m. — Women’s Freestyle Skiing (halfpipe gold medal final) NBC (LIVE)
8-11:30 p.m. — Two-Man Bobsled (gold medal final runs), NBC
10:10 p.m.-12:30 a.m. — Men’s Hockey (Elimination round), NBCSN (LIVE)

Tuesday, Feb. 20

12:05-1 a.m. — Men’s Freestyle Skiing (halfpipe competition), NBC (LIVE)
12:30 a.m.-2:40 a.m. — Men’s Curling: Canada vs. Japan, NBCSN
1-4:30 a.m. — Primetime Encore, NBC
2:40-5 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey (elimination round), NBCSN (LIVE)
5-7:10 a.m. — Women’s Curling: U.S. vs. South Korea, NBCSN
7-9:30 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey (elimination round), USA (LIVE)
7-9:30 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey (elimination round), NBCSN (LIVE)
9:30-10:30 a.m. — Men’s Nordic Combined (individual large hill/10km gold medal final), NBCSN
10:30 a.m.-noon — Biathlon (mixed relay gold medal final), NBCSN
Noon-12:45 p.m. — Men’s Nordic Combined (individual large hill/10km gold medal final), NBCSN
12:45-2 p.m. — Short Track (women’s 3000 relay gold medal final, women’s 1000 qualifying, men’s 500 gold medal final), NBCSN
2-5 p.m. — Women’s Curling: U.S. vs. South Korea, NBCSN
3-5 p.m. — Biathlon (mixed relay gold medal final), NBC
3-5 p.m. — Men’s Nordic Combined (individual large hill/10km gold medal final), NBC
5-7 p.m. — Ice Hockey Game of the Day (replay), NBCSN
5-8 p.m. — Men’s Curling: U.S. vs. Switzerland, CNBC
7–8 p.m. — Olympic Ice, NBCSN
8-10:45 p.m. — Figure Skating (ladies’ short program), NBCSN (LIVE)
8 p.m.-12:30 a.m. — Women’s Alpine Skiing (downhill gold medal final), NBC (LIVE)
8 p.m.-12:30 a.m. — Figure Skating – Ladies’ Short Program, NBC (LIVE)
8 p.m.-12:30 a.m. — Women’s Bobsled (competition), NBC
8 p.m.-12:30 a.m. — Men’s Snowboarding (big air competition), NBC (LIVE)
10 p.m.-12:30 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey (quarterfinal), CNBC (LIVE)
10:45 p.m.-2:40 a.m. — Women’s Curling: Canada vs. Great Britain, NBCSN

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Lindsey Vonn’s best event is the downhill.  USATSI

Wednesday, Feb. 21

12:30-2:40 a.m. — South Korea vs. Olympic Athletes from Russia, NBCSN
1:05-2 a.m. — Men’s Freestyle Skiing – Ski Cross Gold medal final, NBC
1:05-2 a.m. — Short Track – Gold medal final, NBC
2-4:30 a.m. — Primetime Encore, NBC
2:30-5 a.m. — Women’s Ice Hockey (bronze medal game), USA (LIVE)
2:40-5 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey (quarterfinal), NBCSN (LIVE)
5-7:10 a.m. — Men’s Curling: U.S. vs. Great Britain, NBCSN
5-7:10 a.m. — Men’s Curling: Sweden vs. Norway, USA
7:10-9:30 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey (quarterfinal), USA (LIVE)
7:10-9:30 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey (quarterfinal), NBCSN (LIVE)
9:30-10:45 a.m. — Women’s Bobsled (gold medal final runs), NBCSN
10:45 a.m.-1:30 p.m. — Speed Skating (men’s and women’s team pursuit gold medal finals), NBCSN
10:45 a.m.-1:30 p.m. — Cross Country (men’s and women’s team sprint gold medal finals), NBCSN
1:30-2 p.m. — Medal Ceremonies, NBCSN
2-5 p.m. — Men’s Curling: U.S. vs. Great Britain, NBCSN
5-7 p.m. — Ice Hockey Game of the Day (replay), NBCSN
7-8 p.m. — Olympic Ice, NBCSN
8-10:45 p.m. — Women’s Curling: Canada vs. Olympic Athletes from Russia, NBCSN
3-5 p.m. — Speed Skating (team pursuit gold medal finals), NBC
3-5 p.m. — Men’s Cross Country (team sprint gold medal final), NBC
5-8 p.m. — Women’s Curling: U.S. vs. Sweden, CNBC
8-11 p.m. — Men’s Alpine Skiing (slalom, first run), NBC (LIVE)
8-11 p.m. — Men’s Freestyle Skiing (halfpipe gold medal final), NBC (LIVE)
8-11 p.m. — Women’s Bobsled (gold medal final runs), NBC
8-11 p.m. — Women’s Cross Country (team sprint gold medal final), NBC
10:45 p.m.-2 a.m. — Women’s Ice Hockey (gold medal game), NBCSN (LIVE)
11:35 p.m.-12:30 a.m. — Men’s Alpine Skiing (slalom gold medal final run), NBC (LIVE)

Thursday, Feb. 22

12-2 a.m. — Women’s Ice Hockey (gold medal game), NBCSN (LIVE)
12:30-3:30 a.m. — Primetime Encore, NBC
2-5:20 a.m. — Snowboard (men’s and women’s parallel giant slalom competition), NBCSN
2-5:20 a.m. — Men’s Nordic Combined (team large hill/4x5km gold medal final), NBCSN
2-5:20 a.m. — Curling (men’s and women’s tiebreaker), NBCSN
5:20-7:45 a.m. — Women’s Biathlon (4x6km relay gold medal final), NBCSN (LIVE)
5:20-7:45 a.m. — Men’s Nordic Combined (team large hill/4x5km gold medal final), NBCSN (LIVE)
7:45-10 a.m. —  Short Track (gold medal finals), NBCSN
10-10:45 a.m. — Medal Ceremonies, NBCSN
10:45 a.m.-1:45 p.m. — Curling (men’s  and women’s tiebreaker), NBCSN
1:45-– 4:45 p.m. — Men’s Curling (semifinal), NBCSN
4:45-7 p.m. — Ice Hockey Game of the Day (replay), NBCSN
3-5 p.m. — Women’s Biathlon (4x6km relay gold medal final), NBC
3-5 p.m. — Men’s Nordic Combined (team large hill/4x5km gold medal final), NBC
5-8 p.m. — Men’s Curling (semifinal), CNBC
7-8 p.m. — Olympic Ice, NBCSN
8-10 p.m. — Figure Skating (ladies’ free program), NBCSN (LIVE)
8 p.m.-Midnight — Figure Skating (ladies’ gold medal final), NBC (LIVE)
8 p.m.-Midnight — Women’s Alpine Skiing (combined, downhill run), NBC (LIVE)
8 p.m.-Midnight — Women’s Snowboarding (big air gold medal final), NBC (LIVE)
8 p.m.-Midnight — Short Track (gold medal finals), NBC
10 p.m.-2 a.m. — Men’s Curling (semifinal replay), NBCSN
10 p.m.-2 a.m. — Short Track – Gold medal final, NBCSN

Speedskating: U.S. Olympic Team Trials Short Track
Short track speed skater Maame Biney’s best event is the 500 meter. USATSI

Friday, Feb. 23

12:35-2 a.m. — Women’s Alpine Skiing (combined, slalom gold medal run) NBC (LIVE)
12:35-2 a.m. — Women’s Freestyle Skiing (ski cross gold medal final), NBC
2-4:30 a.m. — Primetime Encore, NBC
2-5 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey (semifinal), NBCSN (LIVE)
5-6:30 a.m. — Men’s Speed Skating (1,000m gold medal final), NBCSN (LIVE)
6:30-9:30 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey (semifinal), NBCSN (LIVE)
9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Men’s Curling (bronze medal match), NBCSN
12:30-3:30 p.m. — Women’s Curling (semifinal), NBCSN
3-5 p.m. — Men’s Biathlon (4×7.5km relay gold medal final), NBC
3-5 p.m. — Figure Skating (ladies’ review), NBC
3:30-4 p.m. Medal Ceremonies, NBCSN
4-8 p.m. — Ice Hockey (game of the day I and II) (replay), NBCSN
5-8 p.m. — Women’s Curling (semifinal) CNBC
7-8 p.m. — Olympic Ice, NBCSN
8-11 p.m. — Alpine Skiing (team event gold medal final), NBC (LIVE)
8-11 p.m. — Men’s Snowboarding (big air gold medal final), NBC (LIVE)
8-11 p.m. — Four-Man Bobsled (competition), NBC
8-11 p.m. — Men’s Speed Skating (1,000m gold medal final), NBC
8 p.m.-midnight — Men’s Biathlon (4×7.5km relay gold medal final) , NBCSN
8 p.m.-midnight — Women’s Curling (semifinal replay), NBCSN
11:35 p.m.-1 a.m. — Snowboarding (Men’s and women’s parallel giant slalom gold medal finals), NBC

Saturday, Feb. 24

Midnight-3 a.m. — Men’s Cross Country (50km gold medal final), NBCSN (LIVE)
1 a.m. – 4 a.m. — Primetime Encore, NBC
3-6:30 a.m. — Men’s Curling (gold medal final), NBCSN
6:30-9:30 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey (bronze medal game), NBCSN (LIVE)
9:30-11 a.m. — Speed Skating (men’s and women’s mass start gold medal finals), NBCSN
11 a.m.-2 p.m. — Women’s Curling (Bronze medal match), NBCSN
2-4 p.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey (Game of the Day replay), NBCSN
3-6 p.m. — Speed Skating (men’s and women’s mass start gold medal finals), NBC|
3-6 p.m. — Men’s Cross Country (50km gold medal final), NBC
4-6 p.m. — Men’s Curling (gold medal final replay), NBCSN
6-7 p.m. — Olympic Ice, NBCSN
7-10:30 p.m. Women’s Curling (gold medal final), NBCSN (LIVE)
8-11 p.m. — Figure Skating (gala) (LIVE), NBC
8-11 p.m. — Four Man Bobsled (gold medal final Runs), NBC (LIVE)
10:30 p.m.-2 a.m. — Men’s Hockey (gold Medal Game), NBCSN (LIVE)
11:30 p.m. – 12:30 a.m. — Primetime Plus Coverage, NBC
12:30 a.m. – 3:30 a.m. — Primetime Encore, NBC

Sunday, Feb. 25

3-6 p.m. — Women’s Cross Country (30km gold medal final), NBC
7-8 p.m. — Olympic Gold, NBC
8-10:30 p.m. — Closing Ceremony, NBC
11:35 p.m.-3 a.m. — Primetime Encore, NBC
2-4 a.m. — Women’s Cross Country (30km gold medal final), NBCSN
4-6 a.m. — Figure Skating (gala replay), NBCSN
6-10 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey (gold medal game replay), NBCSN

Winter Olympics 2018

This is the definitive guide for fans who want to watch the 2018 Winter Olympics live online. We update this regularly, so the information here is always current. US viewers, see how to watch Winter Olympics online free, without cable. If you can’t get access to a live stream because of region-blockers, see how to unblock Winter Olympics on channels and sites that aren’t available in your country.

Winter Olympics 2018 Live

Winter Olympics 2018

Nothing unites people around the world like The Olympics. For two weeks every two years, citizens from all countries watch as one as the world’s athletes give it their all to attain glory for their nations.

The 2018 Olympics, held this winter in Pyeongchang, South Korea, will capture the globe’s attention from the opening ceremonies on February 9 to the final day on February 25.

MORE WAYS TO LIVE STREAM THE PYEONGCHANG OLYMPICS:
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PyeongChang 2018 is already on track to set records. Here’s the 2018 Winter Olympics by the numbers: 90 nations, 102 events and 7 different sports.

Global interest in the 2018 Winter Olympics will be likely be greater than ever this year. That’s because more of the world has access to the web than during any previous Olympic Games. Internet access means that, even for those without a convenient way to get broadcast TV, viewers can watch Winter Olympics online to catch all the action.

US VIEWERS: How To Watch Winter Olympics Online Free, Without Cable
Even though fans across the globe will be able to watch Winter Olympics live streams, finding an accessible stream will still be tricky for many. First, online access to the 2018 Games will be different in regions of the world (though there is an easy way to get around geographical restrictions). Plus, some providers of live streaming will require viewers to log in with cable or satellite TV credentials.

This means there will be plenty of confusion, and searching for other ways to live stream PyeongChang 2018 for free, or in a particular region of the world.

Winter Olympics Live Streams: Where To Watch
There will be more options than ever to watch PyeongChang Olympics live streams this year. Here are all the major channels in the US and around the world that will live stream Winter Olympics 2018.

Where To Watch Winter Olympics 2018 Online

Watch the PyeongChang Olympics live stream on NBC (US).
+ NBC: NBC and NBC Sports Network will offer Winter Olympics live streams for US audiences on a dedicated site, NBCOlympics.com and on the NBC Sports app. For the first time, NBC will live stream all its coverage of the entire Games online, from all of its NBCU Olympic networks. That includes Olympic coverage from: NBC, NBCSN, CNBC, MSNBC, USA Network, Telemundo, NBC Universo, Olympic Channel, the NBC Sports app, and NBCOlympics.com. Mike Tirico will host — making PyeongChang 2018 the first since 1988 someone other than Bob Costas has hosted NBC’s Olympic coverage. Watching live will require login with cable/satellite provider credentials. But, NBC will let you watch for free for 30 minutes before prompting you to log in, and give you another 5 free minutes a day.

The only moment of PyeongChang 2018 that NBC might not live stream is the Opening Ceremony. If NBC does what they did during the 2016 Summer Games, they’ll only show the Opening Ceremony over-the-air. So if you want to watch it online, you’ll need to get access to the Olympics live stream on the BBC, or another source outside the US.

See the full NBC Olympics Live Stream Schedule. Go to NBC Olympics online.

Watch PyeongChang Olympics live streams online on USA Network, NBCSN, MSNBC, CNBC, and the Olympic Channel (US).
+ USA Network, NBC Sports Network, MSNBC, CNBC, and Olympic Channel: Via the internet and over-the-air broadcasting USA, NBCSN, MSNBC, CNBC, and the NBC Olympic Channel will also air Olympics coverage. You can live stream these channels using a streaming service — details below.

Watch Winter Olympics live streams free on BBC (UK).
+ BBC: The BBC has Olympics broadcast rights in the UK. Coverage will air on both BBC One and BBC Four. The BBC will live stream Winter Olympics 2018 coverage online via the BBC iPlayer. Access is free, with no login required. However, there will be geographical restrictions. See how to watch the Winter Olympics on the BBC from outside the UK.

Live stream Winter Olympics 2018 free on CBC (Canada).
+ CBC: In Canada, CBC/Radio-Canada will air live Olympics coverage on broadcast TV streaming online. CBC will provide over 4,000 hours of Winter Olympics live streaming on its website and mobile platforms, including a new PyeongChang 2018 app for iOS and Android.

See the CBC Olympics schedule. Go to CBC’s PyeongChang 2018 headquarters.

⊕ Tip for US viewers: To watch the PyeongChang Olympics online without cable, the BBC and CBC are your best options. Both channels are free, but you will need to bypass geo-blockers in order to watch them. See how to watch the Winter Olympics free on BBC and CBC.Watch the Winter Olympics live stream on Eurosport (Europe).
+ Eurosport: Discovery Communications, owner of Eurosport, has Winter Olympics 2018 broadcast rights across Europe (excluding the UK and Russia). If you can’t get Eurosport in your location, see how to get access.

Watch Winter Olympics online on Globo (South America).
+ Globo: In South America, Grupo Globo has all the broadcast rights for the Winter Games, including digital rights. Free-to-air coverage will show on Rede Globo. Globe will almost certainly live stream Winter Olympics 2018 action, details to be determined.

2018 Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony

The 2018 Winter Olympics are here.How to watch the 2018 Winter Olympics opening ceremony Live Stream online and on TV,NBC’s primetime coverage of the Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea

2018 Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony Live

2018 Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony

The 2018 Winter Olympics have arrived, and things will kick off with the extravagant opening ceremony, which features the lighting of the Olympic flame, the introductions of the countries participating through the flag parade, and a showcase of the culture and history of host nation South Korea.

While the opening ceremony may claim to be the “official” start of the games, the Olympics actually started on Thursday afternoon in Korea (Wednesday evening in the US) with mixed doubles curling and ski jumping. They will be continuing throughout Thursday and Friday with other events, including figure skating, before the ceremony actually starts.

Every four years, the many countries of the world send their best figure skaters, bobsledders, skiers, snowboarders, curlers, and other winter athletes to compete against the best of the best. This time around, the Winter Olympics are taking place in Pyeongchang, South Korea.

And as always, there will be an opening ceremony featuring a massive spectacle and a parade of nations to officially kick off the games. Pyeongchang’s opening ceremony will be held Friday, February 9.

One of the big storylines heading into the opening ceremony is that the North Korean and South Korean delegations will march together under one flag in the parade of nations. There has long been tension between the two countries, so marching together is a symbolic gesture of unity. But this isn’t the first time the two countries have marched together.

“They have marched together nine times, including in Athens in 2004, carrying a blue-and-white flag representing a united Korea, and at the 2006 Winter Olympics. The two Koreas last marched together in the Asian Winter Games of 2007,” the New York Times reported.

Another thing to watch for is the return of Tongan athlete Pita Taufatofua, an Olympic taekwondo star-turned-Olympic cross-country-skier. He made news two years ago during the Summer Olympics in Rio for marching shirtless while serving as Tonga’s flag bearer in the parade of nations. However, Taufatofua has said he’ll be a little more covered up in Pyeongchang, considering the weather.

Song Seung-whan, a Korean actor-producer, is the creative director of the opening ceremony. Though details are scarce about what the show will entail, Reuters reports it will “intertwine Korean history and tradition with aspects of modern culture, such as K-Pop.”

For those planning to watch the festivities from the US, there’s a 14-hour time difference between South Korea and the East Coast, and an 11-hour difference between South Korea and the West Coast. If you’re hoping to witness the opening ceremonies live, you’ll have to get up at 6 am Eastern/3 am Pacific on Friday morning and log into NBC online or the NBC app, as NBC is the Olympics official broadcaster.

Later on Friday, the network will air a tape-delayed primetime broadcast of the opening ceremony at 8 pm Eastern, with commentary from hosts Katie Couric and Mike Tirico.

Eagles parade 2018

I often thought I might never live to see the day the Philadelphia Eagles win the Super Bowl. But guess what? They did it. They really did it, guys and gals.

It’s still hard to believe. But reality might sink in a little more today. Because today is the day we’ve dreamed of for our entire lives: an Eagles Super Bowl parade on Broad Street. It’s really happening.

Back when the Philadelphia Phillies won the World Series in 2008, it was reported that two million people came out for their championship parade. That number will likely pale in comparison to today’s attendance. The Phillies had won a title before, albeit in 1980. The Eagles’ last title win was in 1960. And that wasn’t a Super Bowl. And above all else, Philadelphia is a football town.

So there’s going to be more than two million people in Philadelphia for today’s parade. I’ve seen estimates of four to six million thrown around.

It’s going to be fantastic to celebrate with everyone. The players deserve this special moment. Eagles fans deserve this moment. Today, we show everyone that we are not the city of losers that people make us out to be.

The Lombardi Trophy will be on full display to remind everyone that we are the champions of the world.

National Signing Day 2018

National Signing Day 2018 Live Stream Online,The Early Signing Period threw a bit of a wrench in the typical National Signing Day, but the first Wednesday of February is here and with it the fortunes of college football teams throughout the country will change.

National Signing Day 2018 Live

Wednesday, February 7

National Signing Day 2018 in United States of America

National Signing Day 2018

Among the biggest storylines we’re tracking are the commitments of 16 top-100 prospects, what kind of moves can be made by new coaching hires, and of course the race for the No. 1 class in the country. Alabama is the reigning king of the trail with seven-straight No. 1 classes, but 2018 looks to be a battle between Ohio State and Georgia. But don’t rule out the Tide just yet, as 247Sports national scouting director Barton Simmons noted. Alabama has “the most upward mobility … and the most proven track record to be able to do it.”

The remaining unsigned class of 2018 recruits will make their decisions during national signing day on Wednesday. Defensive back Patrick Surtain Jr. is the top unsigned recruit, while offensive tackle Nicholas Petit-Frere is the best offensive player remaining. Ohio State has the top recruiting class, but Georgia and Texas could eclipse the Buckeyes since Urban Meyer’s team isn’t expected to have a big day after December’s early signing period.

The final day of college football’s 2018 recruiting cycle is now underway. Though most recruits have already signed, thanks to the Early Signing Period, plenty of big names are still out there, and we have a pretty good idea of who’s going where.

Below is a commits schedule with national TV/streaming info, a news tracker, and the updated top of the rankings.

The biggest storyline is whether Georgia, Ohio State, or Zombie Alabama will have the No. 1 class. The Buckeyes enter Wednesday at No. 1. The top-rated recruit on the board entering NSD is Patrick Surtain Jr., one of many 2018ers with famous parents.

Otherwise, we’ll see some silly signing ceremonies, hear some new NSD tales of legend, lie to ourselves about how none of this matters (of course it matters), and accuse our rivals of flagrant cheating. Pretty normal Signing Day!

For more detailed (and free) coverage of your team, visit SB Nation’s team sites.

1. The big schedule
Most of the biggest commits will be on an ESPN network, all of which can be streamed online here, but here’s a list of blue-chips with known-ish announcement times (and a few top-100 players whose times I couldn’t track down). These are all pretty loose — most will be available via local TV streaming or some dude’s Periscope feed, and some will run, like, a half-hour late. We’ll update after each announcement.

8 a.m. ET hour
4-star ATH Marquez Ezzard: Miami, Ole Miss
4-star LB Javontae Jean-Baptiste: Nebraska, Ohio State, Virginia Tech
9 a.m. ET hour
4-star CB Taiyon Palmer: NC State, Nebraska, Tennessee
10 a.m. ET hour
5-star CB Tyson Campbell: Alabama, Georgia, Miami (ESPNU)
5-star CB Patrick Surtain Jr.: Alabama, Clemson, LSU, Miami (ESPNU)
5-star OT Nick Petit-Frere: Alabama, Florida, Michigan, Notre Dame, Ohio State (ESPNU)
4-star DE Andrew Chatfield: Florida, Florida State, Miami (ESPNU)
4-star OG Tank Jenkins: Auburn, Oklahoma, Ole Miss, Texas A&M
4-star ATH Tre’Shaun Harrison: Florida State, Oregon
4-star LB Otis Reese: Georgia, Michigan
4-star DT Nesta Silvera: Florida, Miami, Ohio State
11 a.m. ET hour
4-star QB James Foster: Alabama, Florida State, LSU, Texas A&M
4-star QB Tanner McKee: Alabama, Stanford, Texas, Texas A&M, Washington … but he’s planning to take two years off (ESPNU)
4-star DE Joseph Ossai: Texas, Texas A&M
4-star LB Quay Walker: Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee
4-star OT Rasheed Walker: Ohio State, Penn State
Noon ET hour
4-star CB Noah Boykin: Florida, Notre Dame, Virginia
4-star WR Tommy Bush: Baylor, Georgia, Michigan State, Ole Miss (ESPN2)
4-star LB Solomon Tuliaupupu: Notre Dame, UCLA, USC (ESPN2)
1 p.m. ET hour
4-star CB Olaijah Griffin: Alabama, Oregon, USC, Tennessee (ESPN2)
4-star WR Justyn Ross: Alabama, Auburn, Clemson (ESPN2)
4-star WR JaMarr Chase: Auburn, LSU, TCU
4-star DT Michael Thompson: Missouri, Oklahoma
2 p.m. ET hour
4-star WR Jacob Copeland: Alabama, Florida, Florida State, Tennessee, Texas A&M (ESPN2)
4-star OT Richard Gouraige: Auburn, Clemson, Florida
4-star DE Jeremiah Martin: Oregon, Oklahoma, Texas A&M, Washington
4-star DT Rick Sandidge: Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina
4-star RB Maurice Washington: Arizona State, Nebraska (ESPN2)
4-star WR Devon Williams: Oregon, USC (ESPN2)
4 p.m. ET hour
4-star WR Jaylen Waddle: Alabama, Texas A&M
Top-100 players with uncertain times
4-star OT William Barnes: Florida, North Carolina
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Eagles Super Bowl Parade 2018

Eagles Super Bowl Parade 2018

Eagles Super Bowl Parade 2018 Live Stream Online,Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney, Eagles President Don Smolenski, and other city officials held a news conference Tuesday morning, providing details about Thursday’s parade in celebration of the Eagles’ Super Bowl victory.”The parade is our chance to say thank you to Philadelphia,” Smolenski said during the news conference.

Eagles Super Bowl Parade 2018 Live Update

Eagles Super Bowl Parade 2018

Date: Thursday

Reported Time (ET): 11 a.m. (tentative)

TV: TBA

Live Stream: TBA

Eagles Super Bowl Parade 2018

A first is about to unfold in the city of Philadelphia: A Lombardi Trophy will make its way through the streets.

The Philadelphia Eagles completed the Hollywood-esque story in the 2018 Super Bowl, taking down Tom Brady and the New England Patriots in epic fashion, 41-33.

Along the way, the Eagles got key performances from free-agent adds such as Alshon Jeffery, a game-altering play from first-round pick Derek Barnett and repeated aggressive and smart calls from head coach Doug Pederson, including two fourth-down plays sure to go down in football lore forever.

The intersection of Broad Street and Pattison Avenue is a short distance from Lincoln Financial Field, and the plan is to head north toward Downtown Philadelphia.

Considering it was the first Super Bowl in franchise history, you can expect Eagles fans to show up in a big way for the parade Thursday. The city is so excited it already cancelled school on Thursday.

How to watch the Eagles parade; full travel guide, road closures and other details for the Super Bowl celebration

According to the city of Philadelphia, NBC-10 and NBC Sports Philadelphia will air Thursday’s Eagles Super Bowl live and also stream it online for fans who can’t make it to town.

The news came as part of a large package of news that officials shared on Tuesday morning ahead of the event that is expected to draw well over two million people to celebrate the team’s 41-33 Super Bowl 52 victory over New England on Sunday.

Other details, all courtesy of the city:

When will it start and where?

“Parade: Kicks off at 11 a.m. at Broad Street and Pattison Avenue, heading north toward the Art Museum. The parade will last approximately two hours.

Formal Celebration: Begins at 1 p.m. in front of the Art Museum. The program will last approximately two hours.”

What roads will be closed?

“Motorists should avoid the areas along and around the parade route, including Broad Street, Center City, and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. Drivers should use alternate routes and allow for extra time when traveling in the area. Some bicycle lanes around the Parkway are also affected.

“There will be significant travel delays on Thursday. Additional road closures and lane restrictions may be necessary during the event to maintain public safety.”

Parking and transit details

“There will be parking restrictions along and around the parade route. These restrictions go into effect at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, February 7, and extend into the late evening on Thursday, February 8. Cars parked in temporary no parking zones will be relocated. A full list of the affected streets is available online.

“If at all possible, visitors should not drive into Center City. If, however, driving is necessary, the City encourages drivers to park in off-street lots and garages along the Parkway, Broad Street, or near the stadium complex. The Philadelphia Parking Authority also has a list of garages online. If visitors must drive, they should contact individual parking facilities for rates and availability ahead of time.

“There will be no enforcement of meter and time limit regulations on the day of the parade.  Safety violations such as parking too close to the corner, fire hydrants, blocking crosswalks, and double parking will be enforced.”

Alabama Parade 2018

Alabama National Championship Parade 2018 Live Stream Online,The Alabama football team will be honored for its College Football Playoff National Championship with a parade beginning at Denny Chimes and a program held on the north steps of Bryant-Denny Stadium at the Walk of Champions on Saturday, January 20.

Alabama National Championship Parade 2018 Live

Alabama National Championship Parade 2018 Live

National championship celebration 2018

The parade, which will feature head coach Nick Saban, the players and staff, will start at 2 p.m., on University Boulevard at Denny Chimes.

The parade will conclude at the Walk of Champions with a ceremony on the top steps of the Bryant-Denny Stadium North End Zone that will be emceed by Chris Stewart.

Additional information and details will be released early next week.

As a reminder, the Alabama men’s basketball team will host Mississippi State that evening at 7:30 p.m. at Coleman Coliseum. A limited number of tickets for that game are still available and can be purchased by calling the ticket office at 1-877-TIDETIX or visiting RollTide.com.

Get all the latest information on the team by following @AlabamaFTBL on Twitter and Facebook and AlabamaFBL on Instagram. General athletic news can also be found at UA_Athletics on Twitter and Instagram and AlabamaAthletics on Facebook.

The University of Alabama this week announced plans for a championship parade Jan. 20 to celebrate the Crimson Tide’s victory over the SEC rival Georgia Bulldogs in the College Football Playoff title game.

The Tuscaloosa News reported the event will begin at Denny Chimes on University Boulevard at 2 p.m. local time and conclude at Bryant-Denny Stadium’s Walk of Champions. There will then be a ceremony featuring head coach Nick Saban and Tide players.

Bama trailed Georgia 13-0 at halftime when Saban decided to replace starting quarterback Jalen Hurts with true freshman Tua Tagovailoa.

The move sparked the Crimson Tide to 20 second-half points and helped force overtime. After the Bulldogs kicked a field goal, Tagovailoa found DeVonta Smith for the 41-yard, game-winning score.

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