The world’s best athletes will compete on Asia's center stage to launch New Horizons in winter sports and create a sustainable legacy for Gangwon Province and the Republic of Korea.
|Yongpyong Alpine Centre||Alpine Skiing (Slalom, Giant Slalom, Alpine Team Event)|
|Alpensia Sports Park||Biathlon, Bobsleigh, Cross-Country Skiing, Luge, Nordic Combined, Skeleton, Ski Jumping|
|Bokwang Snow Park||Freestyle Skiing, Snowboard|
|Jeongseon Alpine Centre||Alpine Skiing (Downhill, Super-G, Alpine Combined)|
|Yongpyeong Alpine Centre||Alpine Skiing(Slalom, Giant Slalom), Snowboard|
|Alpensia Sports Park||Biathlon, Cross-Country Skiing|
|Jeongseon Alpine Centre||Alpine Skiing (Downhill, Super-G, Super Combined)|
|Gangneung Olympic Park||Curling, Figure Skating, Ice Hockey (Men), Short Track Speed Skating, Speed Skating|
|Kwandong Hockey Centre||Ice Hockey(Women)|
|Gangneung Olympic Park||Ice Sledge Hockey, Wheelchair Curling|
PyeongChang 2018 New Events
The following six events were added to the 2018 Olympic programme: curling mixed doubles (M&W); speed skating mass start (M/W); alpine skiing team event (M&W); and snowboard big air (M/W).
The ‘PyeongChang Test Events’ are the test events programme for the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. A total of 27 international events and NOC/NPC Chefs de Mission seminar will be held in the competition venues that will be used for the Olympic Games. (Four of the Events were already held in the first half of 2016.)
The test events will be a unique opportunity for athletes and officials to familiarise themselves with the competition venues and the host region. It will also be an ideal platform for the public to participate and engage with the events and the Games. In total, 3,000 athletes are expected to participate in the test events – many of them coming to Korea for the first time – as well as 10,000 volunteers.