Channel 4's Paralympic coverage will be presented from the Snow Centre.

Clare Balding will lead the team from the specially built studio in The Lodge Bar & Kitchen that overlooks the slopes of the Hemel Hempstead centre.

They will also be on the slope demonstrating the classifications and the skill and athleticism required by Britain’s Paralympians to compete at the highest level.

They will broadcast 100 hours of the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympics between Friday, March 9 and Sunday, March 18.

Clare Balding and Lee McKenzie will present Channel 4’s prime time evening highlights show, Winter Paralympics Today and will be joined throughout the Games by double Paralympic gold-winning superstar Jonnie Peacock who will be on hand to give his assessment on events in Korea.

The presenting team will also guide viewers through the late night show, Winter Paralympics Highlights, at 11pm on weekdays which leads straight into Channel 4’s through the night live coverage of the Games – Winter Paralympics Live.

The slopes, bar and restaurant will remain open to the public throughout the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games with minimal disruption to our guests.