SUPERHUMANS When are the Winter Paralympics 2018? Start time, TV channel, and live stream for PyeongChang Games

TEAM GB are busy preparing for the 2018 Winter Paralympics which take place in March.

Great Britain came back from the Sochi Games with six medals and have been set a target this year of between six and 12.

When is the PyeongChang Winter Paralympics?

THE 2018 Winter Paralympics begin on Friday, March 9.

Athletes will not start competing until Saturday, March 10 when twelve gold medals will be won.

The closing ceremony will be held on Sunday, March 18.

Which channel is it on and can I live stream it?

THE Paralympics will be shown live on Channel 4, who have secured the rights and will broadcast over 100 hours of footage.

Kelly Gallagher made history in Sochi after winning gold and is hoping to keep retain her title
Who is competing for Team GB?

KELLY GALLAGHER, who won Team GB’s first ever gold medal on snow at Sochi 2014, has been confirmed as an athlete alongside her new guide Gary Smith.

Other Brit athletes who are going to PyeongChang include Millie Knight and guide Brett Wild who is going to her second Winter Paralympics.

Millie Knight and her guide Brett Wilder are confident they will bring back medals for Team GB
She competed in Sochi 2014 as the youngest ever member of Team GB ans since then won one gold and three silver medals in the 2017 Tarvisio World Para Alpine Skiing Championships.

Snowboarders Ben Moore, Owen Pick and James Barnes-Miller are making history by becoming the first athletes to represent Team GB in the sport at the Paralympic Games.

Reigning World Short-Track Speed Skating Champion Elise Christie talks about the upcoming Olympic Winter Games


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