February 9 – February 25, 2018

The Official Website of the 2018 Winter Olympics contains news, results, photos and videos, and allows viewers to check out the highlights from past Olympics. It also shows the locations for upcoming games which will be held in:

  • Tokyo – 2020 (summer)
  • Beijing – 2022 (winter)
  • Paris – 2024 (summer)

Follow the Olympic Torch Relay as it makes its journey. The Olympic Torch was lit on October 24, 2017 in Ancient Greece and is quickly making its way to PyeongChang, South Korea. 

Other interesting links for the 2018 Winter Olympics

Team USA

NBC TV – NBC is the official network of the 2018 Winter Olympics. They will be broadcasting a record amount of coverage including live streaming of the events.   

Official FB page for PyeongChang Winter Games

Official Twitter page for PyeongChang Winter Games

Official ticket website and schedule of events.

Weather for PyeongChang, South Korea

Infoplease Almanac’s Winter Olympics facts and trivia

Wondering about PyeongChang South Korea and travel to the Olympic venue?

Several media outlets have published online guides for people traveling to the Olympics

Business Insider is the best place to start. They put together a photo album of the various event venues, including photos of the Olympic Village where the athletes will stay.

Wondering what happens to an Olympic village once the games are over? World Atlas’s website features A Brief History of Olympic Villages that delves into the cost of past villages and what they are being used for now.

Your 2018 PyeongChong Travel Guide is published by the New York Times. Be sure to scroll to the bottom and read the Non-Olympic Attractions. They include tips from a travel agency on a variety of places to see.

The Lonely Planet offers a look at lodging, restaurants and other travel details for PyeongChang.

Maps – Find out where PyeongChange is located, as well as other necessary maps of the area highlighting locations for all of the event venues