One of the major sports at the 2018 Winter Olympics, Freestyle Skiing, is scheduled to be played from 9th to 23rd February 2018. A total of 10 medal events are lined up for Freestyle Skiing. The team that runs away with this event will be in with a more great chance of finishing atop the medals tally. Every single day will be necessary because fans will get to hope that one of their fellow countrymen receives a medal and lets their national flag fly high at Pyeongchang.
Talking about the history of Freestyle Skiing, it was first played as a sport sometime in the 1930s and started receiving attention during the 1960s. It debuted at the Winter Olympics in 1988 as a demonstration event and became a part of the regular competition in 1992. As important it is for the fans to ensure they don’t miss out any action from the all-important sport, it is equally important for us as well. So, to make sure you don’t miss out on any action from Freestyle Skiing, we’ve got this little guide prepared to cover up everything about it including the live stream channels.
Freestyle skiing Live Stream
NBC will be streaming all the 10 Freestyle Skiing events as part of its record 2400 hours Olympic Coverage on NBColympics.com and its official sports app. Fans in Europe will have to tune in to Discovery’s Eurosport to get their dose of Freestyle Skiing events at the 2018 Winter Olympics. Fans from MENA countries will have their live stream covered with beIN Sports extraordinary live stream channels.
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Watch Freestyle skiing Online
Fans in Australia and New Zealand will get a live stream from FOX and Sky Sports respectively. National Olympic Committees of all the participating countries will be authorized to live stream all the action of their athletes on their official websites. For fans from countries where no official live stream is available, we’ve created a handy guide on how to watch the Winter Olympic games through a VPN gateway in one of our previous posts. Do visit it!
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The Freestyle Skiing events will kick start with the Men’s Moguls and Women’s Moguls qualifications on 9th February followed by the Women’s Moguls finals on 11th, Men’s Moguls finals on 12th, Women’s Aerials qualification 1&2 on 15th, Women’s Aerials finals on 16th, Women’s Ski Slopestyle qualifications and finals, Men’s Aerials qualifications on 17th, Men’s Aerials finals, Men’s Slopestyle qualifications and finals on 18th, Women’s Ski Halfpipe qualifications on 19th, Women’s Ski Halfpipe finals and Men’s Halfpipe qualifications on 20th, Men’s Ski Cross seeding round and Men’s Ski Cross finals on 21st, Men’s Ski Halfpipe finals on 22nd, and Women’s Ski Cross seeding round and finals on the 23rd of February 2018.
Dates: 9th to 23rd February 2018
A total of ten medal events will be held across five disciplines in Freestyle Skiing between 9th-23rd of February 2018. Both men and women will be separately contesting in the Aerials event, Halfpipe event, Moguls event, Slopestyle event, and the Ski Cross event. A total of 282 maximum slots are available for athletes to compete in the 10 medal events. Each event has a separate maximum athlete count.
All the ten medal events for Freestyle Skiing have been scheduled to be played at the Bokwang Phoenix Park in Pyeongchang, South Korea between 9th-23rd February 2018. Qualification will be based on the minimum FIS score determined for each event. National Olympic Committee can shortlist from the qualifying athletes and send a maximum of 32 athletes (16 men, 16 women) to all the 10 medal events combined.