PyeongChang 2018; Venues Paralympic Games

The 2018 Winter Paralympics, officially known as the XII Paralympic Winter Games, will be held in Pyeongchang from 9 to 18 March 2018.

As with the Olympic Games, the venues are divided over two clusters: a Mountain Cluster in PyeongChang and a Coastal Cluster in the coastal city of Gangneung.

 

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Venues PyeongChang Mountain Cluster


PyeongChang Olympic Stadium

Cluster: PyeongChang Mountain Cluster
Zone: PyeongChang Olympic Plaza
Paralympic Games: Opening and Closing ceremonies
Type: Temporary
Built: 2017
Capacity: 35,000 Seats

Photo: Martijn Giebels

 

PyeongChang Medal Plaza

Cluster: PyeongChang Mountain Cluster
Zone: PyeongChang Olympic Plaza
Paralympic Games: Medal ceremonies
Type: Temporary
Built: 2017
Size: 1,267 square meters

Photo: Martijn Giebels

 

Alpensia Biathlon Centre

Cluster: PyeongChang Mountain Cluster
Zone: Alpensia Sports Park
Paralympic sports: Para Biathlon, Para Cross-Country Skiing
Type: Existing
Built: 1998
Renovated: 2007, 2015-2017
Capacity: 4,500 Seats + 3,000 Standing
Course length: 4km / 3.3km / 3km / 2.5km / 2km / 1.5km
Course Width: 8m
Altitude Difference: 47m (749m~796m)
Shooting Range: 82.5 × 50m

 

Jeongseon Alpine Centre

Cluster: PyeongChang Mountain Cluster
Zone: –
Paralympic sports: Para Alpine Skiing, Para Snowboard
Type: New
Built: 2014-2017
Capacity: 3,600 Seats + 2,900 Standing

 

Venues Gangneung Coastal Cluster


Gangneung Hockey Centre

Cluster: Gangneung Coastal Cluster
Zone: Gangneung Olympic Park
Paralympic sports: Ice Hockey
Type: New
Built: 2014-2017
Capacity: 10,000

Photo: Martijn Giebels

 
Gangneung Curling Centre

Cluster: Gangneung Coastal Cluster
Zone: Gangneung Olympic Park
Paralympic sports: Wheelchair Curling
Type: Existing
Built: 1998
Renovated: 2015-2017
Capacity: 3,500

Photo: Martijn Giebels

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