When the 2018 Winter Olympics End Date Is
The 2018 Winter Olympics is now underway, with nearly 3,000 athletes competing in various sports to earn the gold medals. The competition is being held in Pyeongchang County, South Korea and will run for three weeks. With that said, the event began back on Feb. 9 and is slated to end on the 25.
This year’s competition features a slew of new sports, including mixed team alpine skiing, men’s and ladies’ big air snowboarding, mixed doubles curling, and men’s and ladies’ mass start speed skating. Moreover, there are over 100 events this year, marking the first time the winter games have ever surpassed 100 medal events.
Those who are interested in the event can still follow all of the action right now. There are plenty of platforms to watch the events live, such as streaming services like YouTube TV and even PlayStation Vue. Meanwhile, you can also download the NBC Olympics app for any updates on medal tallies and the like.
The games are still slated to run for a few more days, so you can expect a few more surprises here and there. For more news and details on the 2018 Winter Olympics, make sure to search for Twinfinite.