- NBC’s Olympic Coverage
- The Olympics on Other Channels
- The Olympics Online
Find out which Olympic sports are being broadcast on NBC tonight so you can catch all the action!
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NBC’s Olympic Coverage
NBC is televising the 2018 Winter Olympics live from PyeongChang, South Korea. Here is the schedule of events for Wednesday, February 14. All times are EST.
What time does NBC’s Olympic coverage start?
Please check your local listings for coverage in your area.
What sports will be featured on NBC tonight?
The Olympics are in full swing and NBC is providing comprehensive coverage. Here’s a look at what sports will be featured on NBC tonight:
– Alpine skiing
– Cross country skiing
– Figure skating
– Freestyle skiing
– Ice hockey
– Speed skating
Tune in to catch all the excitement!
The Olympics on Other Channels
You might be wondering why your favorite sport isn’t on NBC tonight. Maybe you were looking forward to watching some Olympic hockey, or perhaps you were curious to see how the men’s ski jumping competition turns out.
What other channels are airing the Olympics?
Not everything happening in Pyeongchang will be on NBC this winter. In addition to the main network, there’s NBCSN (which stands for NBC Sports Network), CNBC, USA Network and the Olympic Channel.
Here’s a rundown of what you can expect to find on each of these channels:
NBCSN: Curling, hockey, figure skating, skiing, biathlon, bobsledding and toboggan
CNBC: Men’s and women’s curling
USA Network: Men’s and women’s hockey
Olympic Channel: A mix of live sports coverage and highlights from previous Winter Olympics
What sports will be featured on these channels?
The Olympics are being broadcast on a variety of channels, including NBC, CNBC, MSNBC, USA, Bravo, and even some Spanish-language networks. Here’s a guide to what sports will be featured on each channel.
NBC will be broadcasting the Opening and Closing Ceremonies, as well as many popular sports including Gymnastics, Swimming, Track & Field, and Beach Volleyball.
CNBC will be showing Boxing and Rugby.
MSNBC will be showing Soccer, Equestrian events, and Cycling.
USA will be showing Basketball and Hockey.
Bravo will be showing Tennis.
The Olympics Online
The 2018 Winter Olympics are being held in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
How can I watch the Olympics online?
Whether you have a cable subscription or not, there are several ways that you can watch the Olympics online. NBC Olympics will be live streaming events on their website, and you can also download the NBC Sports App to watch on your mobile device or connected TV. If you don’t have a cable subscription, you can still watch the Olympics online with a Live TV streaming service. Sling TV, DirecTV Now, and PlayStation Vue all offer NBC Sports as part of their channel packages, and they all have free trials that will let you watch the Olympics online for free.
What sports will be featured online?
The Olympics will be featuring a wide variety of sports online, from traditional favorites like swimming and gymnastics to newer additions like BMX and slopestyle. While not all sports will be available to watch live, there will be plenty of highlights and replays available on the website. Here is a complete list of sports that will be featured online:
Shooting Olympians will compete in 10 different shooting events, including trap shooting and skeet shooting. Track & Field One of the most popular Olympic sports, track & field will feature more than 30 events, ranging from the 100m dash to the marathon. Triathlon The triathlon was first introduced as an Olympic sport in 2000, and it will return for the 2016 Games in Rio. Water Polo Water polo is one of the oldest Olympic sports, dating back to the first modern Games in 1896. Weightlifting Weightlifting has been a part of the Olympics since 1896, and there are 15 different weight classes for men and women. Wrestling Wrestling has been a part of the Olympics since ancient times, and there are two different disciplines: freestyle and Greco-Roman.