Catch all the Action on the BBC
The two weeks of the Olympics are crammed full of cross country racing, catch our British Nordic athletes compete on the BBC or online via Facebook, Twitter and Youtube.
The BBC are covering the Winter Olympics and will cover a range of sports, including cross country skiing. It will be available on the red button and iPlayer. Sochi time is 4 hours ahead of GMT and as most of our events start in the afternoon, timing for TV coverage in UK is a very civilized 10am for most of the events. For those outside the UK with limited access to BBC coverage, then we will try and capture the relevant streams and publish when we can.
For immediate race news, results and updates will be shown on the British Nordic Facebook page and Twitter feed, but if you want to plan your race viewing now, here is a resume of the times to set aside for nail biting and cheering of TeamGB Cross Country (athlete participation may be subject to change dependent on coaching decisions).
Opening Ceremony is on Friday 7th February evening
NOTE: not all the British Nordic athletes may be present due to distance of the Sochi stadium from the skiing area accommodation – late nights don’t mix well with racing.
Sunday 9th 10am Men’s Skiathlon (15km Classic/15km Freestyle) - Callum Smith
Tues 11th 10am onwards – Individual Sprints - Posy Musgrave, Andrew Musgrave, Andrew Young and Callum Smith
Thurs 13th 10am Women’s 10km Classic - Posy Musgrave
Fri 14th 10am Men’s 15km Classic – Andrew Musgrave, Callum Smith, Andrew Young
Wed 19th 9.15am onwards Team Sprints - athletes to be confirmed
Sun 23rd 7am – 9.45am Men’s 50km Freestyle Mass Start – Andrew Musgrave
Sunday 23rd Feb – all athletes are expected to be there.
Check out the BBC Sport web site for the latest BBC news on the Team as well as video and result updates.