It's an even-numbered year which means it's time once again for one of the greatest traditions in sports history, maybe even all of human history: the Olympics.

The 2018 Winter Games, hosted by PyeongChang, South Korea, will reveal who among us is not a wimp when it comes to the bitter cold, but more importantly, we'll also find out who can excel in extreme temperatures while performing impressive feats of athleticism.

The Opening Ceremonies kicked things off Friday, Feb. 9, but events will continue until the closing ceremonies on Sunday, Feb. 25. Check out TV Guide's complete coverage of the Games below, including how to watch all your favorite athletes compete. Check back as we'll be updating this throughout the Olympics.

What to Watch Today
You don't want to miss any of the action from PyeongChang, so check out our up-to-date list of everything happening today right here.

Team USA's Medal Count
It didn't take Team USA too long to start racking up medals for its 2018 collection. Find out where Team USA stands in the medal count here.

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Twitter Lost Its Mind Over Mirai Nagasu's Historic Moment at the 2018 Winter Olympics
Figure skater Mirai Nagasu became the first American woman to land a triple axel at the Winter Olympic Games on Sunday. Americans everywhere rightfully went crazy: read more.

The Most Dazzling Moments of the 2018 Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony
The festivities that kicked off the 2018 Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea did not disappoint and delivered a delightful spectacle loaded with Korean symbolism. Find out what you missed here.

2018 Winter Olympics: Everything You Need to Know
Whether you're an Olympics newbie or a veteran watcher, you'll find everything you need to know about the Olympics before you settle in right here. From the number of events and medals up for grabs to the faces to watch out for in different sports, we've got you covered.

Winter Olympic Stars to Watch

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    The world will watch these Olympians compete in the winter games starting Feb. 9, but the excitement has already begun. These are the athletes everyone can't stop talking about.

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How to Watch Figure Skating at the 2018 Winter Olympics
This year's Games will see the best in figure skating vie for a medal in the team event, men and women's singles competition, pairs and ice dancing. Kicking things off on Friday, Feb. 9 is the team event. For the complete figure skating competition schedule, read more.

How to Watch the Winter Olympics Opening Ceremonies
For the first time in history, NBC will be livestreaming the Opening Ceremonies, which will feature commentary from NBC hosts Katie Couric and Mike Tirico. This is also when athletes will march into Olympic stadium bearing their country's flag, and we all remember s Tonga's sexy, oiled-up flag bearer at the Rio Games, so to find out how to livestream the ceremony, read more.

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Where to Watch the Olympics
If you're like us and you just want to know how to watch the Winter Olympics, we've got you covered. The games will be broadcast on NBC and other various NBC Universal properties, but if you're looking for how to livestream events, keep reading.

When Are the Winter Olympics?
To find out just when the Olympics will begin and when they end, keep reading.

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