The Winter Olympics feature some of the most terrifying and exciting sport disciplines including the nerve-wracking skeleton and awesome snowboarding.
Your tech can help you keep on top of all things Olympics across the fortnight; just follow the advice below.
Using a simple Google search
If you open up Google in your preferred web browser and type in 'Winter Olympics', you will able to see the latest information from South Korea. This includes your country’s rank in the medal table, a daily recap video and the top news related to the Winter Olympics.
Catch up on BBC iPlayer
The BBC has all the latest action from Pyeongchang and it’s all available on iPlayer. Just go to http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00qfb83 and you can see Today at the Games, Best in Snow, short clips and more.
Install the official app
The Pyeongchang 2018 team have created an app for both the Winter Olympics and Paralympic Winter Games with all the live updates.
You can also take a drone tour over the stadiums if you haven’t been lucky enough to score a ticket.
Watch on Eurosport with BT TV
Eurosport will be bringing you incredible coverage of the sporting extravaganza, from the opening ceremony on February 9 to the closing ceremony on February 25.
BT TV customers can get close to the action with all the biggest moments across Eurosport 1 and 2, as well as three new pop-up channels and three new HD channels so that you will never miss a single jump, skate or slide.
Use your home assistant to keep up to date
If you have Google Home or Alexa, you can keep up to date with all the action by using them. If you say “hey Google, how many medals do Iceland have in the Olympics?” or "Alexa, what Olympic events are on today?", for example, then it will able to give you the answer straight away.
Watch the Winter Olympics on Eurosport with BT TV from February 9.