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With the opening ceremony of the 2018 Winter Olympics underway in Pyeongchang, South Korea, many people all over the globe will be tuning in and live-streaming the competition. But we want to know: How will Hamptons residents be watching?
Some people turn on the TV when they get home from work to catch the end of a bobsled race, while others may keep the live-stream going in the office all day to see everything from curling to ski jumping.
How do you watch? Do you go to local restaurants or sports bars that keep the Winter Olympics playing all the way up until February 25? Do you just keep up with the news articles to see how the United States—or your home country, or a country of interest—is doing? Did you make the 14-hour flight from New York City to Seoul to experience the figure skating competition first-hand? Let us know in the comments.
The 2018 Winter Olympics will be held from Friday, February 9 until Sunday, February 25.