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Skiing news : 2018 PyeongChang Olympics schedule of ski events

The schedule for skiing events at the upcoming Olympics in PyeongChang has recently been released. And it’s good news if you happen to be in Europe as South Korea is 9 hours ahead of GMT / 8 hours CET. This means that events taking place during the day in Korea will happen at a thoroughly civilised time in the early evening. Dates and times for the main ski events in South Korea PyeongChang Games are listed below:

Alpine Skiing : February 11-15, 17-18 and 21-24

11th February – Men’s Downhill 
11:00-13:10
Jeongseon Alpine Centre

12th February – Women’s Giant Slalom 
10:15-12:15 then 13:45-15:25
Yongpyong Alpine Centre

13th February  – Men’s Alpine Combined
11:30-13:00 then 15:00-16:10
Jeongseon Alpine Centre

14th February – Women’s Slalom
10:15-11:30 then 13:45-14:55
Yongpyong Alpine Centre

15th February – Men’s Super-G
11:00-13:10
Jeongseon Alpine Centre

17th February – Women’s Super-G
11:00-13:10
Jeongseon Alpine Centre

18th February – Men’s Giant Slalom
10:15-12:15 then 13:45-15:25
Yongpyong Alpine Centre

21st February – Women’s Downhill
11:00-13:10
Jeongseon Alpine Centre

22nd February – Men’s Slalom
10:15-11:30 then 13:45-15:25
Yongpyong Alpine Centre

23rd February – Women’s Alpine Combined
11:00-12:30 then 14:30-15:40
Jeongseon Alpine Centre

24th February – Alpine Team Event
11:00-13:00
Yongpyong Alpine Centre

Freestyle skiing 9, 11, 12, 15-23 February

9th February – Women’s Moguls Qualification
10:00-10:45
Pheonix Snow Park

9th February – Men’s Moguls Qualification
11:45-12:30
Pheonix Snow Park

11th February – Women’s Moguls Final
19:30-20:00 then 21:00-22:40
Pheonix Snow Park

12th February – Men’s Moguls Final
19:30-20:00 then 21:00-22:50
Pheonix Snow Park

15th February – Women’s Aerials Qualification 1 & 2
20:00-21:15
Pheonix Snow Park

16th February – Women’s Aerials
20:00-21:10
Pheonix Snow Park

17th February – Women’s Ski Slopestyle
10:00-11:25
Pheonix Snow Park

17th February – Women’s Slopestyle Finals
13:00-14:15
Pheonix Snow Park

17th February – Men’s Aerials
20:00-21:15
Pheonix Snow Park

18th February – Men’s Slopestyle Qualifications
10:00-11:45
Pheonix Snow Park

18th February – Men’s Ski Slopestyle
13:15-14:35
Pheonix Snow Park

18th February – Men’s Aerials
20:00-21:15
Pheonix Snow Park

19th February – Women’s Halfpipe Qualifications
10:00-11:15
Pheonix Snow Park

20th February – Women’s Ski Halfpipe
10:30-11:40
Pheonix Snow Park

20th February – Men’s Halfpipe Qualifications
13:00-14:40
Pheonix Snow Park

21st February – Men’s Ski Cross Seeding Round
11:30-12:15
Pheonix Snow Park

21st February – Men’s Ski Cross
13:15-14:40
Pheonix Snow Park

22nd February – Men’s Ski Halfpipe
11:30-12:40
Pheonix Snow Park

23rd February – Women’s Ski Cross Seeding Round
11:30-12:15
Pheonix Snow Park

23rd February – Women’s Ski Cross Finals
13:15-14:40
Pheonix Snow Park

Ski Jumping 8, 10, 12, 16, 17, 19 February

8th February – Men’s Individual Normal Hill Qualifications
21:30-22:35
Alpensia Ski Jumping Centre

10th February – Men’s Normal Hill Individual Final
21:35-23:20
Alpensia Ski Jumping Centre

12th February – Women’s Normal Hill Individual Final
21:50-23:25
Alpensia Ski Jumping Centre

16th February – Men’s Individual Large Hill Qualifications
21:30-22:35
Alpensia Ski Jumping Centre

17th February – Men’s Large Hill Individual Final
21:30-22:45
Alpensia Ski Jumping Centre

19th February – Men’s Team
21:30-23:20
Alpensia Ski Jumping Centre

View the full schedule of events in English (including cross country and biathlon events).  Visit the main PyeongChang Olympics site for other languages.

The full schedule of PyeongChang snowboard events is also available on the Snowboard-App website or the links above.




Ski news : The Brit skiing sensation talks with CNN about his Olympic goals

The UK hasn’t had a World Cup medal in skiing for 36 years. We have never had an Olympic medal in skiing . . . well, not unless you count Alain Baxter’s Bronze. Baxter took Bronze at the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympics – albeit he had his medal (wrongly) stripped for the presence of banned substance in his urine**.

Anyway, point is, we’ve never been that great at scoring high in World class events. That is, not until now. Meet Dave Ryding.

**Alain Baxter would later prove his innocence on the charge of taking a banned substance. In the run-up to his slalom event, Baxter had been using a US version of the popular Vicks inhaler decongestant which, unbeknownst to him, contained trace elements of a restricted drug (methamphetamine). This banned substance was not present in the UK version of Vicks and Baxter was later able to prove he had been completely unaware of taking the drug. Nonetheless, the IOC has yet to retroactively award him his Bronze medal.