Winter Olympics late night: What to watch/stream

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Well, this is it. The women will be taking to the cross-country center one last time as they participate in the women’s mass start. After that, they’ll have to quickly change to attend the Closing Ceremony.

Jessie Diggins, who will be the flag bearer for the Closing Ceremony, will be making her final Olympic appearance tonight. The 35-year old mother, who won the USA’s first-ever cross-country gold with Kikkan Randall, will be competing alongside 50 other women as the endure an excruciating 30km.


There are a couple of history makers in this class. Randall and Diggins will be joined by Marit Bjoergen – the most decorated Winter Olympian in history.

Do look out for Charlotte Kalla. The Swede is an incredibly powerful skier and her performance in the women’s team sprint could have been better, so she’ll be looking to improve.

Others to look out for a Finland’s Krista Parmakoski, Norway’s Heidi Weng and Ingvild Ostberg, and Anastasia Sedova. With a stacked field ready to battle it out for 30km, there’s sure to be plenty of lead changes and an emphatic finish.

Women’s 30km Mass Start Stream Live Here 1:15a.m. EST / 10:15p.m. PST

Closing Ceremony

Turn on the coffee maker and grab your Sunday paper. The Closing Ceremony begins at 6:00a.m. and will be aired with raw footage from Olympic Stadium.

Stream Live Here 6:00a.m. EST / 3:00a.m. PST