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Where to Find the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics Schedule

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The 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics schedule is available on the Olympic Games website at https://www.pyeongchang2018.com/en/schedule. Broken down by event and day, the schedule lists qualifying events, tournaments, semifinals, and finals for each sport. Events at which medals are awarded are marked with a gold medal icon, while other events are marked by a grey dot.

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Where to Find the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics Schedule
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Clicking or tapping an event icon reveals the name of the event as well as its time, location, and a link to purchase tickets. All times listed on the schedule are based on on Korean Standard Time (KST). The official schedule also lists the date, time and location of both the Opening and Closing ceremonies. Fans of curling and ski jumping should note that these sports begin events on the day before the Opening Ceremony.

The 2018 PyeongChang Olympic schedule includes six events that have never before been featured at the Winter Olympic Games: snowboard big air, mass start speed skating, curling mixed doubles, and an Alpine team event.

The schedule of events is structured so that speed skating, short track, luge, ski jumping and biathlon will all take place in the evening, while all other events will take place during the day. This is to give spectators in PyeongChang the opportunity to attend more events than in previous Olympic Games.

NBC will be broadcasting more than 2,400 hours of Olympic coverage over the 17 days of the Games. Those watching from home can view the Games on NBC, NBCSN, and on all NBCUniversal networks. While the most popular sports will dominate NBC’s network television coverage, every event will also be available to watch on NBCOlympics.com and on the NBC Sports app.

In a break from previous years’ coverage of the games, NBC will air events live across all time zones during primetime, beginning at 8 p.m. ET each day. Primetime coverage will include figure skating, alpine skiing, freestyle skiing and snowboarding. Primetime coverage will be followed each night by a “late-night primetime plus” show summarizing each day’s events and competitions/

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