How to follow Team GB at Lillehammer 2016

How to follow Team GB at Lillehammer 2016

12 February 2016 / 11:58

Tonight’s Opening Ceremony marks the start of the Lillehammer 2016 Youth Olympic Games and here’s your guide on how to follow all the action in Norway.

Lillehammer 2016

10 days of winter sport action make up the Games as around 1,100 athletes from 70 nations will look to compete across the 70 medal events. And you can watch the Opening Ceremony live here from 6pm GMT!

In total, 15 sport disciplines make up the programme - which includes brand new events such as the monobob - with Team GB’s 16-strong team competing in seven of these: alpine skiing, bobsleigh, curling, freestyle skiing, ice hockey skills challenge, luge and skeleton. Why not come and meet the team?!

Team GB

Team GB Lillehammer 2016

The best way to follow action is via the Team GB social media feeds with Twitter, Facebook and Instagram covering all the live and behind the scenes action from Lillehammer 2016.

We’ll also have daily articles and videos posted here on TeamGB.com to keep you up to date with all things Team GB in Norway.

Live and on-demand video

If you fancy watching the action from the Games live or catching up on key moments at any time then the Olympic YouTube channel will be streaming one live sport per day as well as housing a host of on-demand videos each day for you to enjoy at any time!

You can check out the live sport schedule here and keep an eye out for events featuring Team GB athletes in action.

Monday 15th February: Isobel Brown in the Ladies’ Ski Cross: 13:00-16:00 GMT
Friday 19th February: Madi Rowlands in the Ladies’ Ski Slopestyle: 09:00-11:00 GMT

BBC Coverage

As well as regular bulletins on CBBC’s Newsround, the BBC will be producing a highlights show to be broadcast shortly after the Games on iPlayer.

Team GB will also feature on Ski Sunday on the final day of the Games, Sunday 21st February, with Sochi 2014 bronze medallist Jenny Jones exploring Lillehammer 2016 with the team.

Enjoy the Games and #GoTeamGB!