The 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang are nearly done, and the United States team has certainly closed strong after a slow start to the Winter Games. The team USA picked up a couple of medals in South Korea on Saturday, February 24th, including a historic gold in men’s curling event. So what’s left? A hockey contest for a gold medal, more surprises, a few more sporting events and the 2018 Winter Olympics Closing Ceremony.
The next-to-last day of the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang on Saturday is slated to be spine-tingling, as a number of games will draw to remarkable finale in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
Gold medals will be contested for in the final game of the curling and the men’s ice hockey division, while Heat 4 of the four-man bobsled is one of the highlights of any 2018 Winter Olympics Games. In the last hours of the Closing Ceremony on Sunday, the last medal of this year’s Winter Olympics will be battled in the women’s 30-kilometre cross-country skiing event.
Some of the best sporting events at the 2018 Winter Olympics have been saved throughout the last with a number of compelling gold medal events to come on Saturday.
Perhaps the most exhilarating game of all will be in the men’s ice hockey event, as Germany will be looking to continue their incredible winning streak by outshining the delegates from Russia to score the gold medal.
In the semi-finals, the German athletes yielded a massive dismay to outscore the Canadian delegates to reach the ice hockey final for the first time in history.
While the ice hockey event has been filled with thrilling surprises, in the women’s curling game, the two best camp have made it to the final clash for the gold medal.
How to watch Winter Olympic Games 2018 on TV
The 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympic Games will be televised live on a number of NBC networks. Those include the NBCUniversal flagship network — NBC, NBCSN, USA Network.
How to watch Winter Olympic Games 2018 Live Stream Online
NBCOlympics.com and the NBC Sports flagship app will combine to present more than 1,800 hours of broadcasts, including live streaming of all NBC network Primetime telecasts. The NBC Sports App will present live stream online and on-demand coverage of all WInter Olympics games across all 15 sporting events and 102 medal events. Spectators may also stream live all of NBC’s coverage on fuboTV.
Winter Olympics 2018 Schedule:
Saturday, February 24
11 A.M. — Women’s Curling (Bronze medal match), NBCSN
2 P.M. — Men’s Ice Hockey (Game of the Day taped), NBCSN
3 P.M. — Speed Skating (men’s and women’s mass start gold medal finals), NBC|
3 P.M. — Men’s Cross Country (50km gold medal final), NBC
6 P.M. — Olympic Ice, NBCSN
7 P.M. — Women’s Curling (gold medal final), NBCSN (LIVE)
8 P.M. — Figure Skating (gala) (LIVE), NBC
8 P.M. — Four Man Bobsled (gold medal final runs), NBC (LIVE)
10:30 P.M. — Men’s Hockey (Gold Medal Game), NBCSN (LIVE)
11:30 P.M. — Primetime Plus Coverage, NBC
12:30 P.M. — Primetime Encore, NBC
Sunday, February 25
2 A.M. — Women’s Cross Country (30km gold medal final), NBCSN
4 A.M. — Figure Skating (gala taped), NBCSN
6 A.M. — Men’s Ice Hockey (gold medal game taped), NBCSN
3 P.M. — Women’s Cross Country (30km gold medal final), NBC
7 P.M. — Olympic Gold, NBC
8 P.M. — Closing Ceremony, NBC (taped)
11:35 P.M. — Primetime Encore, NBC