Winter Olympics 2018 Live

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.

Winter Olympics 2018 Live

  • Location: Phoenix Snow Park, Pyeongchang, South Korea
  • TV: NBC

Winter Olympics 2018 Live

The United States rules the world in snowboard slopestyle. Jamie Anderson punctuated that point on Sunday night — Monday in South Korea — when she stomped her first run in a shortened women’s slopestyle final where winds had their way with the women’s field on a bitterly cold day.

Anderson’s win comes after 17-year-old snowboarding hero Red Gerard spun to gold in men’s slopestyle and Chris Mazdzer’s shocking silver in luge. And here’s a clue for Monday’s NBC coverage: Team USA is expected to add to its medal haul when 17-year-old phenom Chloe Kim drops into the halfpipe. We’ve got everything you need to check out all the action from NBC’s coverage of the Pyeongchang Games, whether you want to binge on NBC’s live TV coverage or stream live coverage online through the NBC Sports App or via fuboTV (try for free) or at

Since South Korea is 14 hours ahead of the Eastern time zone, if you feel like watching events live and staying up late, the app and the stream at will certainly come in very handy — especially on the go.

Strong winds at the Phoenix Snow Park meant there would be no qualification for the women competing in the snowboard slopestyle event at the 2018 Winter Olympics. On Sunday night, a wide-open field of 27 of the world’s best competitors will have two shots to make their marks and leave Pyeongchang with a gold medal.

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.

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