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As the toughest and coldest sporting competition makes its way to the Far-East for only the third time, fans are already eager to get hold of The Games in Pyeongchang tickets! The home nation will certainly be looking to build on their 2014 performance where they received the same number of gold medals as vastly populated Asian giant China.
The four new events being added to the schedule could decide the tournament as the 2014 medal table was exceedingly close between Russia, Norway, and Canada. With the level of competition in mind, make sure you buy your The Games in Pyeongchang tickets quickly! Sellers should be aware that our online e-ticket platform is also open to them to sell any spare tickets.
Never has a nation or resort wanted to host the games more than South Korea's Pyeongchang. After missing out in 2010 and 2014 to Vancouver and Sochi respectively, Pyeongchang finally will get its opportunity to showcase its venues to the world. Officials have been very impressed with their preparations upon inspections.
People with The Games in Pyeongchang tickets travelling from outside the region will be delighted to learn the Games will be connected by a high-speed rail line to Seoul. The athlete's village is almost complete and will house athletes from 67 different countries.
Organisers have also selected the official mascots for the tournament. Soohorang the white tiger and Bandabi the Asiatic black bear will feature regularly in the Station and around the coastal city Gangneung where fans are expected to relax. International The Games in Pyeongchang ticketholders are also eagerly awaiting the opening ceremony after the memorable colourful and firework-filled display for the 2002 Football World Cup. Who can forget the artists in the yellow and purple robes lighting the candles on the pitch! Want to find out what the South Korean organisers have in store for 2018? Buy your The Games in Pyeongchang tickets here!
The Games in Pyeongchang: Key Venues
Set around the Alpensia resort, home to the famous Dragon Valley Ski area, the The Games in Pyeongchang will be the first athletics tournament on the Kopeninsulaisula since 1988. Being a nation obsessed with the latest technology and infrastructure, organisers have set about creating some fantastic arenas.
The pentagon-shaped Main Stadium looks particularly special with the famous ring to be displayed high above the arena. The fact the stadium does not have a roof will also add a wintery feel to the famous ceremonies. Authorities are also building an entirely new hockey centre that will host 6,000 people for hopefully some more breathtaking ice-hockey matches like the ones Sochi's audiences witnessed.
The Jeongseon Alpine Centre, set in the beautiful backdrop of the Gariwang mountain, will also play host to the high-speed events such as the Downhill, Slalom and giant slalom. Tempted? Make sure you regularly check StubHub for The Games in Pyeongchang tickets!