We are bringing you over 55 hours of live VR coverage from PyeongChang, featuring highlights such as the alpine skiing downhill races, ice hockey finals, figure skating and the opening and closing ceremonies.

Our multi-camera coverage gives you up to seven live streams on selected events, while daily on-demand packages let you catch up with the best of the action in Korea.

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Ralph Rivera, Managing Director of Eurosport Digital, said: "As part of our aspiration to deliver the first digital Olympics across Europe, we will deliver every moment, from every angle to everyone - including a more immersive experience via VR."

The app is available on iOS and Android phones, and can be used with Windows Mixed Reality, Google Daydream and Samsung Gear VR headsets.

The programming is supplied by Olympic Broadcasting Services and the app powered by Intel.

Provisional live schedule:

Feb 9Opening ceremony
Feb 10Alpine Skiing – Men’s Downhill training
Feb 11Alpine Skiing: Men’s Downhill
Feb 12Curling – Mixed Doubles semi-finals
Feb 13Snowboarding – Halfpipe
Feb 14Snowboarding – Halfpipe
Feb 15Figure Skating – Pairs’ Free
Feb 16Skeleton – Men’s and Women’s
Feb 17Figure Skating – Men’s Free / Short Track - finals
Feb 18Alpine Skiing – Men’s Giant Slalom
Feb 19Ski Jumping – Men’s Large Hill Team
Feb 20Figure Skating – Ice Dance
Feb 21Alpine Skiing – Women’s Downhill
Feb 22Ice Hockey – Women’s medal matches
Feb 23Snowboarding – Big Air women’s finals
Feb 24Snowboarding – Big Air men’s finals
Feb 25Ice Hockey – Men’s gold medal match / Closing ceremony