The Olympic torch is heading to Pyeongchang this February as the 2018 Winter Olympics head to South Korea.
Eurosport will be bringing you incredible coverage of the sporting extravaganza from the Opening Ceremony on February 9th to the Closing Ceremony on February 25th.
BT TV customers can get close to the action with all the biggest moments across Eurosport 1 and 2, three new pop-up channels and three new HD channels so that you will never miss a single jump, skate or slide.
How to watch the Winter Olympics on Eurosport with BT TV
BT TV customers with access to premium entertainment channels will already have Eurosport 1 and Eurosport 2, which means you will have all the best high-octane, thrilling action coming from the 2018 Winter Olympic Games.
The Eurosport channel numbers are:
Eurosport 1 - 412
Eurosport 2 - 413
Eurosport 1 HD - 412
Eurosport 2 HD – 413
What are the new pop-up channels?
There are three extra channels and three HD channels, which will mean that you can watch complete coverage of your favourite events.
Eurosport 3, Eurosport 4 and Eurosport 5 will follow single events in their entirety, when Eurosport 1 and 2 are touring around all the action at the various Alpine Centres and Ice Arenas.
The new channel numbers are:
Eurosport 3 – 420
Eurosport 4 – 421
Eurosport 5 – 422
Eurosport 3 HD – 440
Eurosport 4 HD – 441
Eurosport 5 HD - 442
What’s on and when?
As an Official Broadcaster in the UK, Eurosport is the place to watch every sport from the Winter Olympics.
• Alpine skiing
• Cross-country skiing
• Figure skating
• Freestyle skiing
• Ice hockey
• Nordic combined
• Short track speed skating
• Ski jumping
• Speed skating
Do I have to do anything to get the extra channels?
BT TV customers with access to premium entertainment channels will already have Eurosport 1 and Eurosport 2.
Who are the British medal prospects?
British sport fans will be looking to Lizzy Yarnold to strike gold again for Team GB. She returns to the Skeleton to fight for successive gold medals after her triumphant performance in Sochi four years ago.
Curling fans will be cheering on Eve Muirhead, who is taking part in her third successive Winter Olympics. After taking bronze in Sochi, she will be hoping to emulate the famous Team GB gold in the event back on 2002 in Salt Lake City.
Elise Christie will arrive in South Korea as a three-time world champion in short track speeding and will be hoping to erase memories of Sochi 2014 when she was eliminated in all her events.
Billy Morgan will be hoping to transfer his X Games success in Freestyle Snowboarding to a medal in Pyeongchang, while Katie Summerhayes and Isabel Atkin are among the many Team GB medal prospects in Freestyle Skiing.
Other serious medal prospects among Team GB’s 59 athletes are freestyle skier James Woods, Joel Fearon and Bruce Tasker in the Bobsleigh, snowboarder Katie Ormerod and cross-country skier Andrew Musgrave.
Watch the Winter Olympics on Eurosport with BT TV from February 9th.