PyeongChang 2018 is only the third Winter Games to be held in Asia and starts an Asian swing for the Olympics as it moves onto Tokyo for the summer of 2020 then to Beijing for the winter of 2022.
PyeongChang will host the XXIII edition of the Olympic Winter Games on 9-25 February 2018 with approximately 95 countries and 3000 athletes expected to take part in the first Olympic Winter Games to be held in Asia in 20 years.
Seven sports comprising 15 disciplines will be on the official programme and we anticipate Team GB will be c.60 athletes strong competing across 11 disciplines.
There are four brand new disciplines; snowboarding big air, curling mixed doubles, speed skating mass start, alpine skiing team event and these along with the other events will take part across 12 venues.
Team GB is selected from the best sportsmen and women by the British Olympic Association (BOA). The BOA's principal role is to prepare and lead our nation's finest athletes at the summer, winter and youth Olympic Games. Working with the National Governing Bodies, the athletes selected for Team GB who will go on to compete in the seven Olympic sports at the greatest sporting competition in the world, the Olympic Winter Games, in Pyeong Chang.