The 2018 Winter Olympics closing ceremony will take place today as the 23rd games are officially brought to a close at PyeongChang Olympic Stadium in South Korea.
The ceremony is set to start at 11am where the Olympic flag will be handed to the Chinese city of Beijing, host of the 2022 Games.
After 18 days of competition and countless moments that will live long in the memory, the athletes gather for a celebration of the Olympic movement and to look ahead four years to what promises to be another spectacular global occasion.
The BBC’s coverage starts at 11am on BBC Two and BBC Two HD, where Clare Balding presents and takes a look back at some of the highlights of these Games.
Coverage will also be streamed live via the BBC iPlayer.
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