Friday, 10 January
Olympic Channel Press Notes
DAY 1 | COMPETITION BEGINS
Following last night’s memorable Opening Ceremony from Lausanne, the first day of competition today features live streaming action in pairs figure skating and mixed team curling. And in the women’s Super-G at Les Diablerets Alpine Centre, Swiss skier Amelie Klopfenstein took home the first gold medal of Lausanne 2020.
Coming up …. Highlighting this weekend’s competition are medal events in alpine skiing, biathlon, figure skating and speed skating from the Frozen Lake in St. Moritz.
WHAT’S HAPPENING WHEN?
Daily Live Blog – Follow all the action from Day 1 HERE
Live Streaming Schedule
Lausanne 2020 Event Page for quick access to Live Streams and VOD, Complete Competition Schedule, Highlights, News and Results
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT
Opening Ceremony - Relive the pageantry and performances on olympicchannnel.com
– Check out video highlights from the Opening Ceremony on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
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POPULAR on SOCIAL
Figure Skating Olympic medallist Stephane Lambiel (SUI) on coaching Japan’s Shoma Uno (Twitter)
American ski queen Lindsey Vonn sends good luck wishes to young Olympians (Instagram)
Alpine skiing preview (Twitter)
Thai skiers who, one year ago, had never seen snow (Twitter)
"Gen Z" athletes to follow on social media at Lausanne 2020 (olympicchannel.com)
Meet You Young: South Korea’s youngest ever national figure skating champion at 11 years old in the original series "Heroes of the Future" (olympicchannel.com)
WHERE TO WATCH
Watch the action from the Youth Olympic Games in Lausanne on the Olympic Channel anytime, anywhere!
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For even more coverage including interviews, features and behind-the scenes, follow along on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.
About the Olympic Channel
The Olympic Channel is a multi-platform global media destination where fans can discover, engage and share in the power of sport and the excitement of the Olympic Games all year round. Offering original programming, news, live sports events and highlights, the Olympic Channel provides additional exposure for sports and athletes 24 hours a day, 365 days a year in 11 languages. The Olympic Channel was launched in August 2016 in support of the IOC’s goal, set out in Olympic Agenda 2020, of providing a new way to engage younger generations, fans and new audiences with the Olympic Movement. Founding Partners supporting the Olympic Channel are Worldwide TOP Partners Bridgestone, Toyota and Alibaba. The Olympic Channel is available worldwide at olympicchannel.com, its mobile apps and on Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV and the Roku platform.
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Olympic Channel Communications
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