July 20, 2018
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What channel is the Winter Olympics on and what are the dates of the event?

What channel is the Winter Olympics on and what are the dates of the event?
The 2018 Winter Olympics has begun in Pyeongchang (Picture: Getty Images)

The 2018 Winter Olympics is here and the snowy, icy action has already begun in Pyeongchang, South Korea.

The opening ceremony takes place tomorrow (Friday, February 9) but there is some sport to watch online and on your television right now.

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The keenest of events are the mixed doubles curling and the ski jumping which have both started prior to the opening ceremony.

Don’t miss any of the competition from South Korea which is being broadcast on a number of different channels in the UK.

What channel is the Winter Olympics on and what are the dates of the event?
Don’t miss any of the action (Picture: Getty Images)

What channel is the Winter Olympics on?

BBC and Eurosport will be sharing the broadcasting of the Winter Olympics this year.

The events will be covered on the BBC across BBC One, Two, Four, the Red Button, online and Radio 5 Live – for the full schedule of coverage click here.

Eurosport will be showing the action on television and through Eurosport Player, which you can sign up to and watch online here for £6.99 for a monthly pass.

What channel is the Winter Olympics on and what are the dates of the event?
There might be some late nights over the next couple of weeks (Picture: Getty Images)

What the dates of the Winter Olympics 2018?

The event officially runs from February 9 – February 25 as those are the dates of the opening and closing ceremonies.

However, as mentioned, a couple of events are already underway on February 8.

The opening ceremony is at 11am GMT on Friday, February 9 and is being shown on BBC One and Eurosport.

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