2018 Winter Olympics has now reached its final preparatory stages with just around a month left for the curtains to drop down. Amidst all the controversies surrounding the Pyeongchang games, the thing that matters the most to every fan is their favorite sporting events to be contested at the Olympics. Nordic Combined will be one of the important sports scheduled to be played at the Pyeongchang Winter Games.
Nordic Combined was first played in the year 1892 and is a part of Winter Olympics ever since the first games in 1924. Nordic combined does not have many medal events but has always played a key role in deciding the final medals tally. Last time around, Norway ran away with as the winners with two golds. Fans will be curious to see if Norway can repeat this feat or will they get to see a new Olympic champion. For all those interested fans, we’ve got this little guide ready covering up Nordic Combined schedule, events, venue, and live stream.
NBC and Eurosport will be the two main broadcasters covering up most of America and Europe respectively. While NBC will be out all guns blazing with a mammoth 2400 hours of the live telecast, EuroSport won’t be behind it either. They’ll have a live stream channel for their viewers telecasting live Nordic Combined. beIN Sports will provide the live stream channels for viewers across the middle east and north Africa. ITV and BBC will be live streaming the Winter Olympics for the UK. FOX will also be providing a live stream channel for all its viewers.
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The live stream channels will also stream primetime shows, review and preview show every day. The National Olympic Committees of every participating nation will also be streaming the games live on their respective websites. Viewers from the nations where no official broadcast us possible can watch the Winter Olympics Games through a VPN gateway available for free on the internet.
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The Nordic Combined events will kick start on 14th February with the Men’s Individual Normal Hill qualification event at 15:00 local time followed by the finals on the same day at 17:45. The second day will be on 20th February with Men’s Individual Large Hill scheduled at 19:00 local time followed by the finals at 21:45. The Men’s Team Large Hill event will be played on 22nd February with the qualification event at 16:30 followed by the finals at 19:20.
Nordic Combined Event Time and Date
|14th February 2018||15:00||Men’s individual hill|
|17:45||Men’s individual 10 km|
|20th February 2018||19:00||Men’s large hill|
|21:45||Men’s individual 10 km|
|22th February 2018||16:30||Men’s team large hill|
|19:20||Men’s team relay 4 X 5 km|
There will be a total of three medal events, Individual Normal Hill (10km), Individual Large Hill(10km), and Team Large Hill (4x5km relay) to be held between 14-22 February 2018. There won’t be any women event in Nordic Combined category. Each event will have a qualification event before the final medal events.
The Nordic Combined events will be held at two separate venues, Alpensia Ski Jumping Centre and the Alpensia Cross-Country Centre. A maximum of 55 athletes and a minimum of 11 nations will be allowed to participate at the three Nordic Combined events in total. Qualification will be by respective National Olympic Committee’s choice which also will be based on the scores of athletes in International and continental events during the qualification period of July 2016 to 21 January 2018.