Alessia Afi Dipol of Togo in action.

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We bring you all of the Winter Olympics 2018 dates and the full Winter Olympics 2018 schedule which involves Team Africa. The Winter Olympics 2018 Opening Ceremony on Friday 9 February on SuperSport 11 (DStv Channel 211) and DStv Now at 13:00.

We look at Team Africa who will be representing the continent with great pride.

Eritrea

Originally born in Canada Shannon Ogbani Abedi will be representing Eritrea. The 21-year-old will be making history as the first competitor to ever represent Eritrea at the Winter Olympics. A knee injury kept Shannon Ogbani Abedi out of action in 2016, he will be eager to perform at PyeongChang.

Broadcast times

Sunday 18 February

Men’s Giant Slalom on SuperSport 11 (DStv Channel 211) and DStv Now at 02:30 and 06:40

Thursday 22 February

Men’s Slalom on SuperSport 11 (DStv Channel 211) and DStv Now at 02:30 and 06:30

Kenya

Having started skiing at the tender age of three is Kenya’s Sabrina Simader who will be participating in the Ladies’ Alpine Skiing event. After brilliant performances at 2017 World Champions and the World Cup, she crowned Sportswoman of the Year at the 2017 Women in Europe Awards.

Broadcast times

Monday 12 February

Women’s Giant Slalom on SuperSport 11 (DStv Channel 211) and DStv Now at (Run 1 –  03:10) and (Run 2 –  06:30)

Wednesday 14 February

Women’s slalom on SuperSport 11 (DStv Channel 211) and DStv Now at (Run 1 –  03:10) and (Run 2 –  06:30)

Women’s Super-G on SuperSport 11 (DStv Channel 211) and DStv Now at 03:50

Friday 23 February

Women’s combined on SuperSport 11 (DStv Channel 211) and DStv Now at (03:15 – downhill race) – and (06:45 – Slalom race)

Togo

The West African country of Togo has deployed two athletes to represent them at the Winter Olympics 2018 in Alessia Afi Dipol (who will be participating in the Women’s Giant Slalom event), Mathilde – Amivi Petitjean will be looking to make her mark in the Cross-Country Skiing events (Women’s Sprint and Women’s 10km freestyle).

Broadcast times

Monday 12 February

Women’s Giant Slalom SuperSport 11 (DStv Channel 211) and DStv Now at (Run 1 – 03:10) & (Run 2 – 06:30)

Tuesday 13 February

Women’s Sprint on SS11 (DStv Channel 211)  and DStv Now at 10:20

Wednesday 14 February

Women’s Giant Slalom on SuperSport 11 (DStv Channel 211)  and DStv Now at (Run 1 – 03:10) and (Run 2 – 06:30)

Thursday 15 February

Women’s 10km freestyle on SuperSport 11 (DStv Channel 211)  and DStv Now at 08:20

Nigeria

The talk of the continent has been the two-woman Bobsleigh team which consist of Seun Adigun and Akuma Omega. The Nigerians alongside Simidele Adeagbo (who will be taking part in the Women’s Skeleton) will become the first delegation to make it the Winter Olympics.

Seun Adigun is no stranger in the international sport, she represented Nigeria in 100m hurdles at the 2012 Olympics Games in London.   

Friday 16 February

Women’s Skeleton on SuperSport 14  (DStv Channel 214) and on DStv Now at 13:10

Tuesday 20 and Wednesday 21 February

Two-woman Bobsleigh on SuperSport 11 (DStv Channel 211)  and DStv Now at 13:35

Madagascar

Mialitiana Clerc will be bringing Island vibes in the freezing weather of PyeongChang in the Women’s Giant Slalom and Women’s slalom. The 16-year-old participated in the 2018 Junior World Championships and is a great prospect for the  2022 Winter Games in Beijing.

Broadcast times

Monday 12 February

Women’s Giant Slalom on SuperSport  11  (DStv Channel 211) and DStv Now at (Run 1 –  03:10) and (Run 2 –  06:30) 

Women’s slalom: on SuperSport 11 (DStv Channel 211)  and on DStv Now at (Run 1 –  03:10) and (Run 2 –  06:30)

South Africa

Connor Wilson of South Africa participated at the 2017 World Champions will be sole athlete representing South Africa. You can catch him in action at the Men’s giant slalom and the Men’s Slalom events.

Broadcast times

Sunday 18 February

Men’s giant slalom on SuperSport 11 (DStv Channel 211) and DStv Now at 02:30 and 06:40

Thursday 22 February

Men’s Slalom on SuperSport 11 (DStv Channel 211) and DStv Now at 02:30 and 06:40

Watch Team Africa at the Winter Olympics 2018 on SuperSport and DStv Now.