PyeongChang 2018: Keeping up to date
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PyeongChang 2018: Keeping up to date

09 February 2018 / 19:16

With the 23rd Olympic Winter Games now underway in PyeongChang, Team GB's athletes will be in action throughout the Games as they seek to bring home those much-coveted medals.

Whether it’s Elise Christie in short track speed skating action or Lizziy Yarnold on a skeleton run, every day will bring more action and drama.

For those watching back home, there are many ways to keep track of all the Olympic action as it unfolds.

The App

The official Team GB Winter Olympics app is available through the App Store for iPhone or Google Play for Android.

Featuring all the latest news, videos, reactions and medal results, the app is the easiest way to keep track of every sport on the move.

The app also contains in-depth profiles of every Team GB athlete, making it an easy one-stop shop for all your Winter Olympics needs.

Social Media

You can also keep track of our athletes’ progress using our social channels, where you will find exclusive content and news from every sport on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

For a day-to-day breakdown of when, where and how each of Team GB’s 59 athletes are competing, take a look at our when to watch guide.

If you want to know how any of the other 93 countries and their athletes are faring, the official Olympics feed is on hand for rolling coverage and updates through their Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and website.

BBC

In the UK, the BBC will be providing a range of radio, television and online coverage throughout the Games.

Live coverage on BBC One, BBC Red Button and online starts at 12:00am (all times GMT) every day, before switching to BBC Two and online around 6:00am. The live event coverage will continue until around 2:00pm every day.

There will also be a highlights show broadcast between 7:00pm and 8:00pm on BBC Two, and online, giving a round-up of the day’s action.

If you miss it first time around, there will be replays on the BBC Red Button and online between 5:30pm and 7:00pm, and 19:20 and 12:00am.

For the full daily broadcast schedule, visit the BBC website.

Eurosport

For the first time, Eurosport will also be broadcasting comprehensive coverage of the Games. Eurosport Player subscribers will be able to view live sport from inside Eurosport.com, as well as on the Eurosport Player.

With Eurosport Player, subscribers can watch every second of the action from PyeongChang 2018 and access hundreds of hours of live and on demand video.

There will be comprehensive coverage including reports and reaction able for free on Eurosport.com.

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