Gangwon 2024: How to watch the Winter Youth Olympic Games competitions live on Day 2

Gangwon 2024: How to watch the Winter Youth Olympic Games competitions live on Day 2

On the second day of competition in Gangwon, 2024’s Winter Youth Olympic Games (YOG),

The ice hockey and curling contests will go on, and there will be nine medal events in the following sports: snowboarding, ski jumping, alpine skiing, biathlon, luge, and short track speed skating.

The full programme for Day 2 of the medal events on Sunday, January 21st, is provided below, along with information on who to watch live and who to watch for.

Medal events on Sunday, January 21, 2024, Day 2 of Gangwon 2024

All times are subject to change and are in Korea Standard Time (UTC/GMT +9 hours).

Alpine skiing

  • 10:00–11:30: Super-G Women’s
  • 13:30–15:00 – Super-G Men’s


  • Women’s single mixed relay (6 km), men’s single mixed relay 7.5 km, 11:00–12:15


  • 08:30-10:30 – Men’s singles
  • 11:00-12:55 – Women’s doubles

Short track speed skating

  • 11:00-14:30 – Women’s 1000m
  • 11:00-14:30 – Men’s 1000m

Ski jumping

  • 12:30-15:00 – Mixed team


  • 10:45-12:15 – Snowboard cross mixed team

Key athletes to keep an eye on on Day 2 of the Winter Youth Olympic Games are from Gangwon 2024

Alpine skiing makes its debut at Gangwon 2024 with the super-G event. Romy Ertl of Germany is hoping to emulate her mother, three-time Olympic winner Martina Ertl, in the women’s division. This season, 16-year-old Ertl has already made her senior debut. She has competed in FIS competitions and earned eight podiums, including two wins.

Annika Hunt, the national champion skier from the United States, will be keen to throw her German teammate for a loop, though. While Miha Oserban is mostly focused on slalom in the men’s division, the Slovenian athlete is also a threat in super-G.

The young athletes in biathlon will compete in the single mixed relay. At the Alpensia Biathlon Centre, France, Italy, and Norway are some of the leading competitors.

Italy has a strong lineup for the men’s singles as the luge action resumes. The top times were set in the sixth and final training session by Philipp Brunner and Leon Haselrieder. Because Alexandra Oberstolz and Sofie Kofler have produced some remarkable times during training, the Italians appear to be the team to beat in the women’s doubles as well.

The 1000m event for men and women kicks off the short track speed skating contests. Three-time gold medallist Dominik Major of Hungary from the Winter European Youth Olympic Festival will be the favourite for the men’s division, while double silver medallist Angel Daleman**,** of the Netherlands from the 2022 Junior World Championship will be among the medal favourites in the women’s division.

Day 2 of the ski jumping competitions concludes with the mixed team competition. At Gangwon 2024, Norway, Germany, Slovenia, and Poland will compete for the last set of ski jumping medals.

Lastly, there will be a snowboard cross mixed team competition at the Winter Youth Olympic Games for the first time. The countries Austria, France, Switzerland, and the United States are the ones to watch out for.

How to Watch the Winter Youth Olympic Games in Gangwon, 2024

Live coverage of the Winter Youth Olympic Games can be found on Olympic Channel. and the official Olympics app offer free, subscription-free streaming of the event. On-demand content will also include highlights, complete session replays, and the best of the response.

The most recent information, interviews, the official schedule, detailed results, and medal tables are all available on the Gangwon 2024 event website.

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