PyeongChang 2018 Olympics Opening Ceremony - TV Schedule, Flag Bearers

This page provides TV schedule and a list of flag bearers for the 2018 PyeongChang Olympics Opening Ceremony. This highly anticipated event features amazing choreography, spectacular fireworks, great music and the customary parade of nations. The 2018 Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony is set for February 9 at the Olympic Stadium in PyeongChang, South Korea.

TV Schedule
*Subject to change, error

United States - NBC
Friday February 9
Primetime TV - 8 PM ET (taped)
Live streaming on & app

United Kingdom - BBC Two 
Friday February 9
Live TV - 11 AM BT
Live streaming on BBC Sport website/app

Australia - Channel Seven 
Friday February 9
Live TV: 10 PM AEDT or Sydney time

Canada - CBC (English) & ICI Radio-Canada Télé (French)
Friday February 9
Live: 6 AM ET (Pre-show starts 5 AM ET)
Encore: 6:30 PM ET

Notable Flag Bearers

France - Martin Fourcade (biathlon)
Profile: The 29-year-old is one of the most successful biathletes of all time, with 6 World Cup overall titles and 11 world championship golds. Fourcade is also a two-time Olympic gold medalist. He will try to add to his record medal haul in PyeongChang.

Italy - Arianna Fontana (short track speed skating)
Profile: The 27-year-old from Sondrio has won medals at every major competition of her sport. Her resume includes 25 gold medals from the European Championships, 24 total medals from the world championships and 5 total medals from the Olympics. Her ultimate goal in South Korea is to win her first Olympic gold medal. With her dominant form, she could very well accomplish it. 

South Korea - tba

United States - tba

Canada - tba

Germany - tba

Switzerland - tba

Japan - tba

Norway - tba

Netherlands - tba

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