Winter Olympics 2018 Figure Skating

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 Winter Olympics 2018 Figure Skating

With the team event concluded, the focus will turn to individuals and pairs in the 2018 Winter Olympics figure skating.

Canada were the dominant force in the team competition and have a number of competitors that will be confident of taking gold in the coming days. The action starts on Wednesday in South Korea with the pairs skating short program.

That discipline will be followed by the men’s singles, the ice dance and the women’s singles competitions.

Figure Skating Schedule

Wednesday, Feb. 14—Pair skating, short program

Thursday, Feb. 15—Pair skating, free skating (Savchenko and Massot—11-10)

Friday, Feb. 16—Men’s single skating, short program

Saturday, Feb. 17—Men’s single skating, free skating 

Monday, Feb. 19—Ice dance, short dance

Tuesday, Feb. 20—Ice dance, free dance (Papadakis and Cizeron—10-11)

Wednesday, Feb. 21—Women’s singles, short program

Friday, Feb. 23—Women’s singles, free skating (Medvedeva—20-21)

 Winter Olympics 2018 Figure Skating

The 2018 Winter Olympic Games are being held in South Korea for the first time in three decades and have officially begun. The opening ceremony kicked off at 8:00 p.m. local time in Pyeongchang, which equates to 6:00 a.m. EST. For the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, NBC and its cable networks will cover popular sports such as figure skating and skiing. Because of the 14-hour time difference, not every Olympic event will be broadcast live. For that, you need to watch an online stream.

In addition to NBC’s over-the-air network, the sports network NBCSN will be the main overflow channel, carrying events such as biathlon, bobsled and luge. Coverage on CNBC and USA Network will be limited to curling and ice hockey. The Olympic Channel will have medal ceremonies, news and highlights, but not event coverage. All four of these cable channels will also be streamed online.