Watch Winter Olympics 2018 Online

Winter Olympics 2018 are coming to an end. Only few events are left along with closing ceremony, however, the sports fans are still facing streaming issues, mainly due to channel inaccessibility, buffering, lagging and ISP speed throttling.

Final Day Events
Bobsleigh — Four-man heat races
Men’s Hockey — OAR vs GER – Gold medal match
Cross-Country Skiing — Women’s 30km mass start
Figure Skating — Exhibition gala
Curling — Women’s gold medal match

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List of Channels Broadcasting Winter Olympics 2018 Online

Here is a list of all the popular channels broadcasting every event of the Winter Olympics 2018. The Winter Games streaming is available in selected regions, therefore you can access it only from designated locations. However, you may use a VPN to access these websites from anywhere.

Broadcasting Channel Streaming Available In Access From Anywhere
NBC Sports USA Access NBC Outside USA >>
BBC | Eurosport United Kingdom Access BBC or Eurosport Outside UK >>
CBC | Sportsnet Canada Access CBC or Sportsnet Outside Canada >>
Channel 7 Australia Access Channel 7 Outside Australia >>
ARD | ZDF Germany Access ARD or ZDF Outside Germany >>
DR TV Denmark Access DR TV Outside Denmark >>
C1R Russia Access C1R Outside Russia >>
TV 2 Norway Access TV2 Outside Norway >>
France TV France Access FranceTV Outside France >>
Rai TV Italy Access Rai TV Outside Italy >>
ORF Austria Access ORF Outside Austria >>
CT Czech Republic Access CT Outside Czech Republic >>
Kanal 5 Sweden  Access Kanal 5 Outside Sweden >>
Sky Sports New Zealand Access Sky Outside NZ >>

How to Stream Winter Olympics 2018 Live Online?

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Devices on Which You Can Watch Winter Olympics 2018

With PureVPN, you can live stream Winter Olympics 2018 on the device of your choice. Catch all the action as it is aired on your favorite channels from anywhere in the world.

How to Watch Winter Olympics 2018 Online on Kodi

  1. Configure PureVPN on Kodi.
  2. Install Live Sports Kodi Add-on from Ares repository.
  3. Change location to the UK or the US.
  4. Enjoy live streaming Winter Olympics 2018 via Kodi.

How to Watch Winter Olympics 2018 Online on Apple Tv

  1. Setup PureVPN on your Apple TV
  2. Connect to the server required by the channel.
  3. Live stream Winter Olympics 2018 to your heart’s content.

How to Watch Winter Olympics 2018 Online on PS4

  1. Configure PureVPN on PS4 or PS3.
  2. Connect to PureVPN on your console.
  3. Go to PlayStation’s internet browser and visit the channel’s website.
  4. Stream Winter Olympics 2018 live on PS4 for free.

How to Watch Winter Olympics 2018 Online on Xbox

  1. Configure PureVPN on Xbox.
  2. Connect PureVPN.
  3. Open Xbox internet browser and visit any broadcast channel’s website.
  4. Livestream Winter Olympics 2018 on Xbox and catch all the action live.

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Winter Olympics 2018 Schedule

Beginning on February 8, 2018, the Winter Olympics will continue on for almost 3 weeks and come to a conclusion with its last match slated to take place on February 25, 2018.

Winter Olympics 2018 Schedule

Medal Table of Winter Olympics 2018

As the Winter Olympics 2018 reach the finish line, see which countries standing in the leaderboard by following the updated medal count.

Rank Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Norway 13 14 11 38
2 Canada 11 8 10 29
3 Germany 13 8 7 28
4 United States 9 8 6 23
5 Netherlands 8 6 6 20
6 France 5 4 6 15
7 Olympic Athletes from Russia 1 6 9 16
8 Austria 5 3 6 14
9 Switzerland 5 6 4 15
10 South Korea 5 6 4 15

Related Read: Top 10 Winter Olympics Facts You Must Know!

Most Followed Winter Olympics Sports Events

Winter Olympics consists of 15 sports events that are played on either snowy mountains or flat ice surface. Out of these 15 events, some are more popular and widely followed by fans around the world such as Ski Jumping, Snowboarding, Speed Skating, Ice Hockey, and Skiing. If you are wondering how to get to the Winter Olympics in PyeongChang for cheap, follow this helpful guide for air travelers.

Winter Olympics Sports Events


Bobsleigh or bobsled is team sport of 2 or 4 players that runs down narrow, twisting, banked, iced tracks in a gravity-powered sled. Timings of each run are calculated for final scoring. If you are a Bobsleigh fan, here are the dates to remember. This time Nigeria will be the first African team to participate in Winter Olympics Bobsled event.

Bobsleigh — Two-man sled heat races 18-Feb
Bobsleigh — Two-man heat races 19-Feb
Bobsleigh — Women’s heat races 20-Feb
Bobsleigh — Women’s heat races 21-Feb
Bobsleigh — Four-man competition heat races 24-Feb
Bobsleigh — Four-man heat races 25-Feb


Luge is a winter sport in which an athlete rides a flat sled, face up and feet first. There is a specially designed ice track that helps increase the sled’s speed. Just like any other race, the fastest competitor becomes the winner.

Luge —Men’s heat races 10-Feb
Luge — Men’s heat races 11-Feb
Luge — Women’s heat races 12-Feb
Luge — Women’s heat races 13-Feb
Luge — Doubles competition 14-Feb
Luge — Team relay competition 15-Feb

Ice Hockey

It is contact team sports that is played on ice floor, in which teams of skaters use their hockey (stick) to shoot the puck (vulcanized rubber) in the opponent team`s net to get a point. This sport is known to be physical and fast-paced. Teams consist of six players, one goaltender and five players who are trying to score a goal against the other team.

Women’s Hockey — Preliminary Round: Japan vs. Sweden, Switzerland vs. South Korea 10-Feb
Women’s Hockey — United States vs. Finland, Canada vs. Olympic Athletes from Russia 11-Feb
Women’s Hockey — Switzerland vs. Japan, Sweden vs. South Korea 12-Feb
Women’s Hockey — Canada vs. Finland, United States vs. Olympic Athletes from Russia 13-Feb
Men’s Hockey — Preliminary round: United States vs. Slovenia 14-Feb
Women’s hockey — Preliminary matches include United States vs. Canada 15-Feb
Men’s hockey — Preliminary matches 15-Feb
Men’s Hockey — Preliminary matches include United States vs. Slovakia 16-Feb
Men’s Hockey — Preliminary matches include United States vs. Canada 17-Feb
Women’s Hockey — Two knockout round matches 17-Feb
Men’s Hockey — Preliminary matches include Sweden vs. Finland 18-Feb
Women’s Hockey — Classification matches 18-Feb
Women’s Hockey — Semifinals 19-Feb
Men’s Hockey — Knockout rounds 20-Feb
Women’s Hockey — Classification matches 20-Feb
Men’s Hockey — Quarterfinals 21-Feb
Women’s Hockey — Bronze and gold medal matches 22-Feb
Men’s Hockey — Semifinal matches 23-Feb
Men’s Hockey — Bronze medal match 24-Feb
Men’s Hockey — Gold medal match 25-Feb

Alpine Skiing

Alpine Skiing is also known as downhill skiing, this sport is about sliding down snow-covered hills on fixed heel binding skis. Alpine skiing has been an event at the Winter Olympic Games since 1936 (except for the 1940 games).

Alpine Skiing — Men’s downhill 11-Feb
Alpine Skiing — Women’s giant slalom 12-Feb
Alpine Skiing — Men’s alpine combined 13-Feb
Alpine Skiing — Women’s slalom 14-Feb
Alpine Skiing —  Men’s super-G 15-Feb
Alpine Skiing — Women’s super-G 17-Feb
Alpine Skiing — Men’s giant slalom 18-Feb
Alpine Skiing — Women’s downhill 21-Feb
Alpine Skiing — Men’s slalom 22-Feb
Alpine Skiing — Women’s alpine combined 23-Feb
Alpine Skiing — Team event 24-Feb

Cross-Country Skiing

Cross-country skiing is a form of skiing where skiers rely on their own motion to move across the snow-covered terrain, rather than using ski lifts or other forms of assistance. Cross-country skiing is widely practiced as a sport and spare time activity; however, some still use it as a means of transportation.

Cross-Country Skiing — Women’s 7.5km skiathlon 10-Feb
Cross-Country Skiing — Men’s 15 km skiathlon 11-Feb
Cross-Country Skiing — Men’s and women’s individual sprint finals 13-Feb
Cross-Country Skiing — Women’s 10km individual 15-Feb
Cross-Country Skiing — Men’s 15km individual 16-Feb
Cross-Country Skiing — Women’s 4x5km relay 17-Feb
Cross-Country Skiing — Men’s 4x10km relay 18-Feb
Cross-Country Skiing — Men’s and women’s sprint semifinals 21-Feb
Cross-Country Skiing — Men’s 50km mass start 24-Feb
Cross-Country Skiing — Women’s 30km mass start 25-Feb

Freestyle Skiing

Freestyle skiing encompasses aerials, moguls, cross, half-pipe and slope style demonstrations as part of Winter Olympics. The sport revolves around a skier undergoing aerial flips and spins. It has been given several names around the globe such as skiing, jibbing and etc.

Freestyle Skiing — Qualifying, men’s and women’s mogul 9-Feb
Freestyle Skiing — Women’s moguls 11-Feb
Freestyle Skiing — Men’s moguls 12-Feb
Freestyle skiing — Women’s aerials qualifying 15-Feb
Freestyle Skiing — Women’s aerials final 16-Feb
Freestyle Skiing — Women’s slopestyle qualifying, final; men’s aerials qualifying 17-Feb
Freestyle Skiing — Men’s slopestyle qualifying, final; men’s aerials final 18-Feb
Freestyle Skiing — Women’s halfpipe qualifying 19-Feb
Freestyle Skiing — Women’s halfpipe final, men’s halfpipe qualifying 20-Feb
Freestyle Skiing — Men’s cross 21-Feb
Freestyle Skiing — Men’s halfpipe final 22-Feb
Freestyle Skiing — Women’s cross 23-Feb


Snowboarding is a recreational activity that became an Olympic sport since 1998. It is done by descending a snow-covered slope while standing on a snowboard that is attached to the snowboarder’s feet. Below are dates for different snowboarding category events.

Snowboarding — Men’s slopestyle qualifying 10-Feb
Snowboarding — Men’s slopestyle final, women’s slopestyle 11-Feb
Snowboarding — Women’s slopestyle final, women’s halfpipe qualifying 12-Feb
Snowboarding — Women’s halfpipe final, men’s halfpipe 13-Feb
Snowboarding — Men’s halfpipe final 14-Feb
Snowboarding — Men’s cross 15-Feb
Snowboarding — Women’s cross 16-Feb
Snowboarding — Women’s big air qualifying 19-Feb
Snowboarding — Men’s big air qualifying 21-Feb
Snowboarding — Men’s and women’s parallel giant slalom qualifying 22-Feb
Snowboarding — Women’s big air final 23-Feb
Snowboarding — Men’s big air final, men’s and women’s giant parallel slalom finals 24-Feb

Figure Skating

It is a sport of individuals, pairs who perform different figures or acrobatic moves on the ice wearing bladed skates. Figure skating was the first winter sports included in the Olympics, in 1908. Below is event wise schedule for figure skating.

Figure Skating — Men’s and pairs 9-Feb
Figure Skating — Short dance, ladies short program, pairs free skate 11-Feb
Figure Skating — Men’s and ladies free skate, ice dance free dance 12-Feb
Figure Skating — Pairs short program 14-Feb
Figure Skating — Pairs free skate 15-Feb
Figure Skating — Men’s short programs 16-Feb
Figure Skating — Men’s short program final 17-Feb
Figure Skating — Ice dancers 19-Feb
Figure Skating — Ice dance, free dance 20-Feb
Figure Skating — Ladies short program 21-Feb
Figure Skating — Ladies free skate 23-Feb
Figure Skating — Exhibition gala 25-Feb

Speed Skating

Speed Skating is a competitive form of ice skating. It is basically a skating race. There are different types of speed skating; long track speed skating, short track speed skating, and marathon speed skating.

Speed Skating — Women’s 3000m 10-Feb
Speed Skating — Men’s 5000m 11-Feb
Speed Skating — Women’s 1500m 12-Feb
Speed Skating — Men’s 1500m 13-Feb
Speed Skating — Women’s 1000m 14-Feb
Speed Skating — Men’s 10,000m 15-Feb
Speed Skating — Women’s 5000m 16-Feb
Speed Skating — Women’s 500m, men’s team pursuit qualifying 18-Feb
Speed Skating — Women’s team pursuit qualifying 19-Feb
Speed Skating — Men’s and women’s team pursuit finals 21-Feb
Speed Skating — Men’s 1000m final 23-Feb
Speed Skating — Men’s and women’s mass start 24-Feb


Biathlon is a sport which combines two very different events with each other; cross-country skiing and rifle shooting. Participants ski for a certain distance with guns strapped to their backs and then stop to shoot at a designated target. There are two types of the shooting positions one is lying face down and second is while standing up. The results depend on the skiing time and the shooting accuracy.

Biathlon — Women’s 7.5 km sprint 10-Feb
Biathlon — Men’s 10 km sprint 11-Feb
Biathlon — Men’s and women’s pursuit events 12-Feb
Biathlon — Women’s 15km individual 14-Feb
Biathlon — Men’s 20km individual 15-Feb
Biathlon — Women’s 12.5km mass start 17-Feb
Biathlon — Men’s 15km mass start 18-Feb
Biathlon — Mixed relay 20-Feb
Biathlon — Women’s 4x6km relay 22-Feb
Biathlon — Men’s 4×7.7km relay 23-Feb

Ski Jumping

Ski jumping is a form of sport where the skiers go down a ramp at 90km/h to jump and fly as far as possible from their starting point to make a stable landing in the landing area. It is also known as the flower of the ski sports as many consider the sight of participants soaring through the air quite beautiful.

Ski Jumping — Qualification 8-Feb
Ski Jumping — Normal hill 10-Feb
Ski Jumping — Women’s competition 12-Feb
Ski Jumping — Men’s large hill qualifying 16-Feb
Ski Jumping — Men’s large hill 17-Feb
Ski Jumping — Team competition 19-Feb


Curling is a team sport where each team takes a turn in throwing the curling stone. When the stone is thrown, athletes follow its movement of the stone and use a ‘broom’ to ‘sweep’ the ice surface to control the direction and speed of the stone.

Curling — Mixed doubles round robin 8-Feb
Curling — Mixed doubles round robin 9-Feb
Curling — Mixed doubles round robin 10-Feb
Curling — Mixed doubles round robin 11-Feb
Curling — Mixed doubles semifinals 12-Feb
Curling — Mixed doubles bronze and gold medal matches 13-Feb
Curling — Men’s and women’s round robin 14-Feb
Curling — Men’s and women’s round robin 15-Feb
Curling — Men’s and women’s round robin 16-Feb
Curling — Men’s and women’s round robin 17-Feb
Curling — Men’s and women’s round robin 18-Feb
Curling — Men’s and women’s round robin 19-Feb
Curling — Men’s and women’s round robin 20-Feb
Curling — Men’s and women’s round robin 21-Feb
Curling — Men’s semifinals 22-Feb
Curling — Men’s and women’s semifinals 23-Feb
Curling — Men’s gold and silver match, women’s bronze match 24-Feb
Curling — Women’s gold medal match 25-Feb

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  1. Emma Parker says:

    How can I watch Winter Olympics on PS4?

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  3. Dany says:

    My favourite channel is BBC. I watched alpine skiing and freestyle skiing live without any issues.

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