Snowboarding-Winter Olympics 2018 LivE:After an opening weekend packed full of pulsating competition, Monday’s schedule at the 2018 Winter Olympics is set to thrill too.
In speedskating, the women’s 1,500-metre event will be absorbing, as the 3,000-metre race produced a dramatic conclusion earlier in the competition.
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The women’s snowboard slopestyle event should be in for a spectacular finale following the tricky qualifying conditions, and the Netherlands will try to build on their early success in the men’s 5,000m speed skating final.
WINTER OLYMPICS 2018
Date: Feb. 9, 2018 to Feb. 25, 2018
In the biathlon, the two pursuit races are always highlights, as is the ski jump; in the latter, the best female competitors in the world will fight for glory in the normal hill discipline.
In addition to the events aforementioned, there will also be medals dished out in freestyle skiing and snowboarding. Here’s the schedule for the day and the key viewing details.
Selected Monday Schedule
Women’s giant slalom – Run 1 (8:15 p.m.) and Run 2 (11:45 p.m.)
Women’s 10-kilometre pursuit (5:10 a.m.)
Men’s 12.5-kilometre pursuit (7 a.m.)
Team event (8 p.m.)
Men’s moguls (8:10 a.m.)
Women’s normal hill (7:50 a.m.)
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The Winter Olympics, which began on February 9, 1988, will be held for the first time since 1988 in Korea. Pyeongchang is getting ready to offer “Happy700”, a slogan that introduces the county’s 700-meter motto to an international audience.
Women’s slopestyle (8 p.m.)
In the United States, the action will be streamed via the NBC Sports App. For the NBC schedule in full click here.Eurosport Player will stream the events for viewers in the United Kingdom.
In the long-track speedskating event, there’ll surely be a determination accompanying the Netherlands’ Ireen Wust, as she missed out on gold by just 0.08 seconds in the longer 3,000 metres distance.
Wust appeared to be in total control before a poor last lap allowed compatriot Carlijn Achtereekte to take top spot. It was an agonising way to see a gold medal slip out of grasp.
“I went really well, only the last lap was really hard,” she said afterwards, per Reuters (h/t SBS). “In the end I was so close but it’s not good enough. I have to be satisfied with the silver, although it hurts a little bit.”