Olympic Channel Celebrates One Year Anniversary of PyeongChang 2018

February 7, 2019

PyeongChang 2018 showed the world’s top Olympic winter athletes at their best, as well as show a world united by sport and how Olympic values can open the way to a peaceful future.

In celebration of the 17 days of peace, sport and culture, “Rewind: PyeongChang 2018” features a full slate of video-on-demand content including event replays, inspiring moments, documentaries and original programming about the 2018 Olympic Winter Games on olympicchannel.com, its mobile apps and on select connected TV devices.

From the emotional reception that the Korean Unified Team received as they entered Olympic Stadium during the Opening Ceremony to Ester Ledecka’s (CZE) unpredictable double-gold in two sports, fans from around the world are sure to delight in memorable moments from last year’s Winter Games. Viewers can also relive all the action from each competition including Team Norway’s dominating medal haul, Yuzuru Hanyu’s (JPN) masterful free skate and the nail-biting, gold medal matches of women’s and men’s ice hockey.

“Providing fans around the world with the opportunity to relive the Olympic Games is one of our core objectives of the Olympic Channel,” said Mark Parkman, General Manager of the IOC’s global Olympic Channel. “We hope our audiences are inspired by the amazing performances of the athletes at the 2018 PyeongChang Games and are moved to re-engage with these incredible stories on an on-going basis.”

“Rewind: PyeongChang 2018” programming includes:

  • Event Replays

Relive all the inspiring moments and heart-stopping action from all 355 events from the 2018 Games including the Opening and Closing Ceremonies.

  • Moments to Remember

Revisit the Games through all of the individual gold medal performances and more features covering the biggest stories and trends from PyeongChang.

This insightful documentarydetails the inclusion of DPRK alongside ROK at PyeongChang 2018 and their powerful show of unity during the Opening Ceremony. Featuring behind-the-scenes footage and exclusive interviews with both North and South Korean athletes, We Are One also follows the emotion-filled journey of the unified women’s ice hockey team from nervous introductions to their reception on the ice and tearful goodbyes.

The original series brings viewers inside the notable performances from the Olympic Winter Games, but with a fun twist … the commentary is provided by the athletes themselves! Sometimes humorous and always insightful, each episode of Take the Mic stars one or more Olympians sharing a short recap of their Games-time memories.

Relive PyeongChang 2018 through the eyes of athletes and coaches as they compete in the Olympic Winter Games in a new docu-series. From ice hockey and bobsleigh, to snowboarding and curling, Olympic Winter Tales gives viewers exclusive, behind the scenes access to select athletes and teams as they pursue the ultimate dream of winning an Olympic Medal.  (Premieres 15 February.)




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