Watch Skeleton Olympics 2018 – Live Stream

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Skeleton at the 2018 Winter Olympics will be held at the Alpensia Sliding Centre near Pyeongchang, South Korea. The events will be held between 15 and 17 February 2018. A total of two skeleton events will be held, one each for men and women.

Skeleton Live Stream

BC has ensured this 2018 Winter Olympics doesn’t fall any short if being a historical event. It is ready with one of its most extensive coverage spanning on TV and web across multiple channels. The Skeleton events will have a small but an essential part of the 2400 hours of NBC’s coverage. FOX will also be up with a live stream link for fans all across the globe but only with a valid VPN. beIN Sports will be the primary broadcasters for fans all across the middle east and North Africa.

Skeleton Streaming live channels

Fans in the UK will have to tune in to ITV to get their official live stream links. National Olympic Committees of all the participating nations will also have a live stream link available on their Website. The fans from countries where no official live stream is available can watch the Skeleton events through a VPN gateway easily. You can take a look at our guide to using free VPN gateways on the internet published on our website.


Skeleton events will kick start with the Men’s singles runs 1& 2 on 15th February from 10:00-12:25 local time. On 16th of February there will be two events, Men’s Singles Runs 3 & 4 from 9:30-11:55 and Women’s singles runs 1 & 2 from 20:20-22:10 local time. The last event, Women’s singles runs 3 & 4 will be played on 17th of February from 20:20-22:25 local time. The schedule is way too tight for the fans as well without a single break day. Let’s check out the full schedule of Skeleton Event 2018 below.

15 February 10:00-12:25 Men’s singles run 1 and 2
16 February 9:30-11:55 Men’s singles run 3 and 4
20:20-22:10 Women’s singles runs 1 and 2
17 February 20:20-22:25 Women’s singles runs 3 and 4


Skeleton will have merely two medal events, one for men and the other for women. Both the races will have four stages in two different days. The qualification will be based on the World Rankings on 14th January 2018. The race for qualification is on its peak with just a few days to go for the final cut.


The Skeleton events will be held at the Alpensia Sliding Centre a short distance away from Pyeongchang from 15th to 17th February. The quota of athletes who’ll compete for both the events combined will be 50 (30 men, 20 women). Athletes from all over the world will be having their eyes all set on the only two medals up for grab. Last time around, it was Great Britain who managed to get their hands on the gold medal.

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