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The 2018 Winter Olympics began Friday, Feb. 9 in PyeongChang Olympic Stadium, and the schedule of events is packed from the opening ceremony until the closing ceremony on Sunday, Feb. 25. In between, the Winter Olympics schedule features non-stop match-ups and medal ceremonies. Eager viewers were able to start watching certain sports early, and NBC started its primetime coverage with figure skating onThursday, Feb. 8.

The schedule for each individual Winter Olympic sport can help ensure you don’t miss any of your favorite qualifying events or medals. You can also check out the primetime Winter Olympics schedule below to find your favorite sports and plan your television or streaming viewing. The listings are subject to change, but here are the sports NBC plans to air on each night and major events the network has listed for the coverage.

Thursday, Feb. 8

Figure Skating fans don’t have to wait for the Olympics Opening Ceremony. Tune in a day early for:

  • Figure Skating: Men’s Single Short Program and Pairs Short Program
  • Freestyle Skiing: Women’s and Men’s Moguls Qualification

Friday, Feb. 9

South Korea formally kicked off the 2018 Winter Olympics at 6 a.m. ET with the Opening Ceremony — due to the time difference, NBC is streaming the ceremony live on certain platforms and then airing it on television at 8 p.m. The two-hour special and completion of the Olympic Torch Relay will be South Korea’s chance to make a big first impression during its first Winter Olympics hosting gig.

Saturday, Feb. 10

  • Figure Skating: Ice Dance Short Dance and Women’s Single Short Program
  • Alpine Skiing: Men’s Downhill

Sunday, Feb. 11

  • Figure Skating: Team Events for Single Free Skating and Ice Dance Free Dance
  • Alpine Skiing: Women’s Giant Slalom
  • Snowboarding: Women’s Slopestyle Final
  • Luge: Men’s Singles Final Runs
  • Freestyle Skiing: Women’s Moguls Final

Monday, Feb. 12

  • Snowboarding: Women’s Halfpipe Final, Men’s Halfpipe Qualifications
  • Alpine Skiing: Men’s Combined
  • Speed Skating: Women’s 1500m

Tuesday, Feb. 13

  • Alpine Skiing: Women’s Slalom, Men’s Combined
  • Figure Skating: Pairs Short Program
  • Snowboarding: Men’s Halfpipe

Wednesday, Feb. 14

  • Skeleton: Men’s
  • Speed Skating: Women’s 1000m
  • Alpine Skiing: Men’s Super-G
  • Figure Skating: Pairs’ Free Skate Final

Thursday, Feb. 15

  • Freestyle Skiing: Women’s Aerials
  • Skeleton: Men’s Final Run
  • Snowboarding: Women’s Cross
  • Figure Skating: Men’s Single Short Program
  • Cross-Country Skiing: Women’s 10km Freestyle

Friday, Feb. 16

  • Freestyle Skiing: Women’s Aerials
  • Skeleton: Women’s Runs 1 & 2
  • Alpine Skiing: Women’s Super-G
  • Figure Skating: Men’s Free Skate

Saturday, Feb. 17

  • Alpine Skiing: Men’s Giant Slalom
  • Skeleton: Women’s Final Runs
  • Ski Jumping: Men’s Individual Large Hill
  • Short Track Speed Skating: Men’s 1000m, Women’s 1500m

Sunday, Feb. 18

  • Bobsled: 2-Man Runs
  • Speed Skating: Women’s 500m
  • Freestyle Skiing: Women’s Halfpipe
  • Figure Skating: Ice Dance Short Dance

Monday, Feb. 19

  • Bobsled: 2-Man Finals
  • Freestyle Skiing: Women’s Halfpipe Final
  • Figure Skating: Ice Dance Short Dance Final

Tuesday, Feb. 20

  • Snowboarding: Men’s Ski Halfpipe
  • Bobsled: Women’s Runs
  • Alpine Skiing: Women’s Downhill
  • Figure Skating: Women’s Single Short Program

Wednesday, Feb. 21

  • Freestyle Skiing: Men’s Halfpipe Final
  • Bobsled: Women’s Final
  • Alpine Skiing: Men’s Slalom
  • Cross-Country Skiing: Team Sprint

Thursday, Feb. 22

  • Short Track Speed Skating: Men’s 500m Final, Women’s 100m Final and Men’s 5000m Relay Final
  • Snowboarding: Women’s Big Air Finals
  • Alpine Skiing: Women’s Super Combined
  • Figure Skating: Women’s Free Skate

Friday, Feb. 23

  • Bobsled: 4-Man, Runs 1 and 2
  • Speed Skating: Men’s 1000m
  • Snowboarding: Men’s Big Air
  • Alpine Skiing: Team Event

Saturday, Feb. 24

  • Bobsled: 4-Man, Final Runs
  • Figure Skating Gala Exhibition

Sunday, Feb. 25

  • Closing Ceremony
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