South Korea Spent Over $1 Billion On Winter Olympics Venues…Here’s What They Look Like

Here are all the venues where athletes will compete.

The PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics are taking place in Gangneung, South Korea and are now less than a month away, set to occur from February 9-25. It’s been reported that South Korea has spent over $1 Billion on all the Olympic venues.

Take a look at some of the amazing venues where the world’s most talented athletes will be competing at:

1. The Gangneung Olympic Park for the 2018 Winter Olympics

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2. The Alpensia Resort (Ski Jumping, Biathlon, Cross-country Skiing, and Luge)

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3. The Alpensia Ski Jumping Centre (Ski Jumping)

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4. The Alpensia Cross-Country Centre (Biathlon and Cross-country Skiing)

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5. Alpensia Sliding Centre (Bobsleigh, Skeleton, and Luge)

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6. Yongpyong Alpine Centre (Slalom)

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7. Olympic Village

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8. Bokwang Snow Park (Freestyle Skiing and Snowboarding)



9. Hockey Centre (Ice Hockey)


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10. Curling Centre (Curling)


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11. Gangneung Ice Arena (Figure Skating, Short Track Speed Skating)

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12. Gangneung Oval Complex (Speed Skating)

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12. Kwandong Hockey Centre (Ice Hockey)

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13. Pyeongchang Olympic Stadium (Opening and Closing Ceremonies)

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