Winter Paralympics 2018 Opening Ceremony Live Stream Free Online TV Channel, What TV channel and live stream is it on and when does it start Time and More, The PyeongChang Winter Paralympics get underway on Friday, March 9.
The biggest ever Paralympics – where 80 medals will be on offer to 567 athletes from 48 countries – gets underway today.
GB have 17 athletes involved and are represented in five sports – alpine skiing, snowboard, wheelchair curling and the two nordic skiing disciplines of biathlon and cross country.
GB won four medals in Sochi four years ago but the target is between six and 12 this time.
Owen Pick is relishing his winter games bow as Paralympics GB name their first ever para snowboarding team. Following the event’s successful debut in Sochi in 2014. He is joining a team determined to break records.
Much information has been announced about the opening ceremony but the Paralympics will be on for 10 days between March 9 and March 18.Athletes taking part in the Games will compete in 15 sport disciplines.Bandabi is the mascot of the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games and is an Asiatic black bear.
The dust has barely settled from the PyeongChang Games, but South Korea is again preparing to welcome athletes from across the globe for the 2018 Winter Paralympics. About 570 athletes from 48 nations will compete in 80 medal events across six Winter Paralympic sports — alpine skiing, biathlon, cross-country skiing, ice sledge hockey, snowboarding and wheelchair curling from March 9-18.
The BBC Sport website will also be streaming the action live while Radio 5 live will bring commentary. The opening ceremony gets underway at 11am GMT. The Winter Paralympics is being broadcast on channel 4. Coverage of the opening ceremony begins at 10.55am with Rob Walker, Ade Adepitan and Sean Rose presenting.