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Winter Olympics 2018
When: February 9th – February 25th
Where: PyeongChang, South Korea
Channels: NBC, CNBC, NBCSN, USA
Available Streams: DirecTV Now | Sling TV | Hulu With Live TV | YouTube TV
How To Watch Winter Olympics 2018 Games
Hype is already building around the 2018 Winter Olympics Games which are being held this year in PyeongChang, South Korea. This is the second time that South Korea will host an Olympic Games. The Summer Olympics were held in Seoul, South Korea in 1988. With a multitude of different sports and over 100 medal events, the games are sure to bring in thousands of viewers.
Starting on the 9th of February at 8 p.m. (Korean Standard Time – 6 a.m. Eastern Standard Time) and ending on the 25th. Keep in mind that South Korea is 14 hours ahead of Eastern Standard Time. The games are definitely a good way to beat the winter doldrums!
There will be thousands of hours of TV coverage so you’d better have a good way to watch. Here are some details about the games as well as some ways to watch without cable.
Details About The Olympics
Every Olympic season comes with changes. There are changes to location, mascot, events, the look of the medals, as well as many other details. Here are some of the facts about the 2018 Winter Olympics.
When Is The Opening Ceremony?
Every Olympics are kicked off with a spectacular opening ceremony and the PyeongChang Winter Olympics will be no exception. The Opening Ceremony will take place on Friday February 9th at 8 p.m. (Korean Time) at PyeongChang Olympic Stadium.
PyeongChang Olympic Stadium was built specifically for the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2018 Olympics and Paralympics. It holds 35,000 people.
When Is The Closing Ceremony?
The closing ceremonies for the 2018 Winter Olympics will take place on Sunday, February 25th.
Who Is The Official Mascot of the 2018 Winter Olympics?
There are two official mascots. Soohorang the white tiger is the official mascot of the 2018 Winter Olympics, and Bandabi the Asiatic black bear is the official mascot of the 2018 Winter Paralympics. The mascots were chosen by the International Olympic Committee in 2016. In Korean mythology the white tiger represents trust, strength, and protection. The Asiatic black bear is symbolic of strong will and courage.
What Do The Medals Look Like?
Pictured above are some of the most sought after awards that an athlete can possibly earn. Olympic gold is one of the highest honors one can receive. These are the medals that the winners will be biting into when they are on the podium.
The medals were designed by the industrial designer named Lee Suk-woo. The front shows the Olympic rings on a background of engraved diagonal lines. The reverse side features the discipline, event as well as the PyeongChang 2018 emblem. The official title of the PyeongChang 2018 Games is written along the edge of the medals in raised, Korean Hangul lettering.
The ribbon is made from the traditional Gapsa textile of Korea.