How to watch the Tokyo Olympics

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Engadget 21 July, 2021 - 08:41am 18 views

Where are the 2021 Olympics?

The 2021 Olympics are being held in Tokyo, a decision that was made in 2013 during the 125th International Olympic Commission Session. It is the second time in Tokyo's history that it will host the Olympic Games. It is Japan's fourth time hosting the event, and first since the 1998 Winter Games. Sporting NewsWhere are the Olympics in 2021? Locations, venues & more to know about Tokyo Games

Where can I stream the Olympics for free?

How to watch the Olympics for free - You can watch most Olympic events for free via Peacock, which has a free standard tier that does have commercials. You can also catch seven days of events for free (including the primetime rebroadcasts) by signing up for a trial of fuboTV. masslive.comHow to watch women’s soccer at 2021 Olympics: Free live stream, TV schedule for Team USA and more

What time is Tokyo opening ceremony?

When is the Tokyo Olympics Opening Ceremony? The Tokyo Olympics Opening Ceremony will take place on Friday, July 23. It will begin at 8 p.m. local time in Japan, which is 7 a.m. NewsCenterMaine.com WCSH-WLBZHow to watch the Tokyo Olympics Opening Ceremony in Maine

Who won USA vs Italy softball?

Softball is back in the Olympic spotlight after a 13-year hiatus, with Team USA beginning their quest for their fourth gold medal with a 2-0 win over Italy on Tuesday at Fukushima Azuma Baseball Stadium. Cat Osterman, who tossed six shutout innings, was the story of the game for Team USA. MLB.comUSA softball blanks Italy to begin Olympics

The official start to the Olympics is the opening ceremony on Friday, July 23rd at 7AM ET, but a few events will actually kick off before that. Softball and Women’s Soccer competition begins Wednesday (Tokyo time), but the first games aired Tuesday night on the east coast. Softball, Men’s Soccer and Rowing are set to take place on Thursday with Rowing, Cycling, Tennis and Women’s Water Polo scheduled after the Opening Ceremony Friday and into Saturday. This weekend is when things really get going though, with a packed slate of events from Saturday onward. The closing ceremony will air at 8PM ET on NBC on Sunday, August 8th.

For those of us in the United States, NBC is the official broadcaster of the Summer Olympics and has been since 2000. The network’s current deal goes through 2032, so you won’t have to look around to find the games on new channels anytime soon. Due to the volume of events, NBC proper isn’t enough to show all of the action, so you can also find live coverage on NBCSN, USA, CNBC, Golf Channel and the Olympic Channel — cable or TV streaming subscription required. Following controversy over tape delays during previous Olympics, NBC began airing events live in 2012 despite the massive time differences. During prime time in the US, the network will show highlights from earlier in the day in addition to any live action.

If you’d rather watch from your computer, phone or tablet, NBC says “every single event” will be available through NBCOlympics.com and the NBC Sports app. Twitch will also serve up Olympics content, but not live events. There, you’ll find interviews, highlights and, of course, competitions. The platform will also host streams and co-streams with Twitch creators during some of the primetime broadcasts.

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