2018 Winter Olympics PyeongChang, South Korea

2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics Venue Map
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Winter Olympics News and Updates

Winter Olympics 2018: Canadian Skaters break record
Canadian Skaters Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir broke the short dance world record in the Ice Dance on Sunday. They were able to set a new world record as they scored 83.67 points for their Latin-themed routine dance breaking their previous record mark of 82.86.
Winter Olympics 2018: Russian Curler banished after failed drug test
Russian curler Alexander Krushelnitsky has been tested positive for consuming a banned substance meldonium. He has been banished from the Winter Olympics 2018 after the failed drug test. This has jeopardized the decision of International Olympic Committee to allow 168 Russians to compete here under a neutral flag. He is likely to be stripped of his mixed curling bronze medal which he won with his wife Anastasia Bryzgalova last week.
Matthew Faivre expelled from Winter Olympics 2018 after angry outburst
French alpine skier Matthew Faivre has been expelled from the Winter Olympics 2018 for making angry comments after a race at the weekend. As per reports, he made remarks after the race which were not in the spirit of the team. Matthew had to return to France for disciplinary reasons. Faivre, who bagged team gold at last year's world championships in St Moritz, had apologized on social media.
03:33 AM, February 19, 2018 (PST)

2018 Winter Olympics Venues
The 2018 Winter Olympics would have 13 venues. Of these six venues are new. The games will be played in and around two main venues. Alpensia, which is a mountain resort, will host the outdoor sports, while Gangneung, a coastal city, will host the indoor sports. Apart from these, there are two mountain stand-alone venues.

The venues located in and around the Alpensia Resort in Daegwallyeong-myeon are PyeongChang Olympic Stadium, Alpensia Ski Jumping Centre, Alpensia Biathlon Centre, Alpensia Cross-Country Centre, Alpensia Sliding Centre, Olympic Village, and Yongpyong Alpine Centre.

The stand-alone venues are Bokwang Snow Park and Jeongseon Alpine Centre.

There are four venues at the Gangneung Olympic Park. These are Gangneung Hockey Centre, Gangneung Curling Centre, Gangneung Oval, and Gangneung Ice Arena

The Kwandong Hockey Centre is a stand-alone venue located on the grounds of the Kwandong University.

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Opening and Closing Ceremonies

Venue NameCeremony Spectator Capacity
PyeongChang Olympic Stadium Opening / Closing Ceremonies35,000 (7 Floor Aboveground / 1 Levels Underground)

PyeongChang Mountain Cluster

Venue NameCeremony Spectator Capacity
Alpensia Biathlon Centre Biathlon 7,500 (4,500 Seats / 3,000 Standing)
Alpensia Cross-Country Skiing Centre Cross-Country Skiing 7,500 (4,500 Seats / 3,000 Standing)
Alpensia Ski Jumping Centre Ski Jumping 8,500 (6,300 Seats / 2,200 Standing)
Olympic Sliding Centre Luge , Bobsleigh, Skeleton7,000 (1,000 Seats / 6,000 Standing)
Phoenix Snow Park Freestyle Skiing, Snowboard18,000 (10,200 Seats / 7,800 Standing)
Jeongseon Alpine Centre Alpine Skiing6,500 (3,600 Seats / 2,900 Standing)
Yongpyong Alpine Centre Alpine Skiing6,000 (Seats 2,500 / Standing 3,500 )

Gangneung Coastal Cluster

Venue NameCeremony Spectator Capacity
Kwandong Hockey CentreIce Hockey6,000 Seats
Gangneung Curling CentreCurling3,500 Seats
Gangneung Hockey CentreIce Hockey10,000 Seats
Gangneung Ice ArenaFigure Skating, Short Track Speed Skating12,000 Seats
Gangneung OvalSpeed Skating8,000 Seats

Last Updated on : January 25th, 2018