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Sights and Sounds: The 2018 PyeongChang Closing Ceremony

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With competition complete and all events decided, the world’s elite winter athletes once again converged on PyeongChang Olympic Stadium as the 2018 Olympic Games culminated with the Closing Ceremony Sunday night in South Korea.

The Closing Ceremony — hosted by figure skating commentating trio of Tara Lipinski, Johnny Weir and Terry Gannon — will air in primetime Sunday evening at 8p.m. ET/5p.m. PT.

Watch it on NBC and streaming on and the NBC Sports App.


The 2018 Closing Ceremony featured a number of themes, all centered around an optimistic and peaceful future.

With plenty of K-Pop stars, DJs and dancing, the uptempo farewell featured 900 cast and crew (compared to 1,200 in the Opening Ceremony) and was geared to draw on images of peace to inspire the next wave of athletes from around the world.

Before officially closing the Winter Olympics, IOC President Thomas Bach called these “the Games of new horizons” and asked for faith in the future.

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Winter Olympics: What to watch/stream

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After two and a half weeks of brilliant sport, the 2018 PyeongChang Olympics will officially close. How to watch the Closing Ceremony

The Winter Olympics have born witness to some truly remarkable events, from Ester Ledecka winning two gold medals in two different sports to Team USA’s improbable curling run.

Jessie Diggins, who won the U.S.’s first cross-country Olympic gold with teammate Kikkan Randall, will be the flag bearer for the United States.

Join Terry Gannon, Tara Lipinski, and Johnny Weir as they host the Closing Ceremony on TV and online at primetime.

Stream Here 8:00p.m. EST / 5:00p.m. PST

Images from the Closing Ceremony of the 2018 Winter Olympics

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The 2018 Winter Olympics have officially come to a close. Check out some of the best photos from the Closing Ceremony in PyeongChang.

If you missed the live stream this morning, then be sure to tune into at 8:00p.m. EST / 5:00p.m. PST to watch NBC’s primetime coverage, or stream it on