Pyeongchang, South Korea, is hosting the 2018 Winter Olympics this year, which begins on Friday, February 9 and ends on Sunday, February 25. Viewers can start watching NBC’s live coverage on Thursday night, February 8.
Here’s a brief overview of the schedule Thursday through Sunday, February 8-11:
Thursday, Feb. 8
- Figure Skating: Men’s Single Short Program and Pairs Short Program
- Freestyle Skiing: Women’s and Men’s Moguls Qualification
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Friday, Feb. 9
The 2018 Winter Olympics will officially begin at 6 a.m. ET and viewers will be able to watch on NBC several ways. It will livestream the ceremony on several platforms and then air the two-hour special of the opening ceremony and torch relay on television at 8 p.m.
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Saturday, Feb. 10
- Figure Skating: Ice Dance Short Dance and Women’s Single Short Program
- Alpine Skiing: Men’s Downhill
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Sunday, Feb. 11
- Figure Skating: Team Events for Single Free Skating and Ice Dance Free Dance
- Alpine Skiing: Women’s Giant Slalom
- Snowboarding: Women’s Slopestyle Final
- Luge: Men’s Singles Final Runs
- Freestyle Skiing: Women’s Moguls Final
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A special airs today about the U.S. ski and snowboarding team’s “Pipe Dreams”:
Three young hopefuls. One #WinterOlympics dream.
Go behind the scenes with @yung_hails, @zoekalapos and Julia Marino as they chased a spot on the @usskiteam. Catch the first episode of Pipe Dreams today, exclusively on @Snapchat 🏂 pic.twitter.com/WhvVcaFJMQ
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