The Winter Olympics with Eurosport
Watching the Winter Olympics made easy
For many the Winter Olympic Games are one of the first experiences of snow sports we have. For some they inspire us to simply go out and enjoy the snow and for others it inspires them to set out on a carrier in snow sports. Which ever one you are they Winter Olympic Games are special.

In 2018 the 23rd Winter Olympic Games will take place in Pyeongchang, Korea. Thanks to World Snow Day partners Eurosport, you will be able to watch the Olympic Games via Eurosport Player on www.world-snow-day.com. To do this simply head to the World Snow Day homepage and click on the box “Winter Olympics with Eurosport.” Once there you can sign up for just one month for 7Euro to watch just the Games or for a full year for 60Euro. The full year pass will give you access to not only the games but a whole host of other winter sports broadcast on Eurosport.


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