#Lausanne2020: Curling explained and broadcast information

 

 

Curling will be played at the Youth Olympic Games Lausanne 2020 from 10 to 22 January. The Champery Curling Arena, 60 kilometres from Lausanne, will host the curling events.

Curling will have a mixed teams competition (10-16 January), followed by a mixed doubles event (18-22 January). Unique to the Youth Olympic Games, the mixed doubles pairs will be made up of athletes from different National Olympic Committees.

 

Olympic Channel coverage

The Olympic Channel will broadcast daily coverage across its various social media outlets. You can find the full broadcast schedule here.

The Olympic Channel global digital platform will present 300 hours of Lausanne 2020 coverage including live and on-demand event streaming, a 24/7 Youth Olympic Games Channel, daily highlights and news and a daily “Olympic Channel Live Show” on Facebook and Twitter.

In addition, the Olympic Channel’s digital-first coverage will include a daily blog, daily podcasts, streaming schedules, results and medal tables. Fans can watch worldwide and subscription-free at olympicchannel.com  and its mobile apps. Fans can also follow the Olympic Channel’s coverage on FacebookTwitterInstagram and YouTube.

 

World Curling coverage

You can follow World Curling coverage from Lausanne 2020 on TwitterInstagram, Facebook and Weibo. Search the hashtags #curling #Lausanne2020

 

Lausanne, Switzerland

19 December 2019