If you're already clearing your calendar and canceling all of your plans for the month of February just so you can tune into the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, you are not alone. The world's biggest athletes will race to their respective finish lines to go for gold, all while keeping us on the edge of our couches, so we want to make sure you don't miss a second of the action.

One sport that's on most (all?) of our radars because of its elaborate costumes, intense competition, and triple axel envy is figure skating. NBC has officially posted the competition schedule for the Games, and there's a figure skating event set for almost every day of the first two weeks. Save the date and time!

Thursday, Feb. 8

8 p.m. ET: Team Event: Men's Short Programs

9:45 p.m. ET: Team Event: Pairs' Short Programs

Saturday, Feb. 10

8 p.m. ET: Team Event: Short Dance

9:45 p.m. ET: Team Event: Ladies' Short Program

11:40 p.m. ET: Team Event: Pairs' Free Skate

Sunday, Feb. 11 — Medals Awarded

8 p.m. ET: Team Event: Men's Free Skate

9:10 p.m. ET: Team Event: Ladies' Free Skate

10:20 p.m. ET: Team Event: Free Dance

Tuesday, Feb. 13

8 p.m. ET: Pairs' Short Program

Wednesday, Feb. 14 — Medals Awarded

8:30 p.m. ET: Pairs' Free Skate

Thursday, Feb. 15

8 p.m. ET: Men's Short Program

Friday, Feb. 16 — Medals Awarded

8 p.m. ET: Men's Free Skate

Sunday, Feb. 18

8 p.m. ET: Ice Dance Short Dance

Monday, Feb. 19 — Medals Awarded

8 p.m. ET: Ice Dance Free Dance

Tuesday, Feb. 20

8 p.m. ET: Ladies' Short Program

Thursday, Feb. 22 — Medals Awarded

8 p.m. ET: Ladies' Free Skate

How to Watch or Stream the Olympics

The Games will be broadcast on NBC, NBCSN, and other networks of NBC Universal. If you won't be home at these times, you can stream every event live and on-demand at NBCOlympics.com or on the NBC Sports app.

To learn more, visit Team USA. The Winter Games begin Feb 8.