While we are still thinking of Beijing’s astonishing opening ceremony back in 2008, the 2012 London Olympic Games are just around the corner. Time goes by so fast, it’s been 4 years. We can once again enjoy the festive of sports, and witness how athletes break new records!
In today’s post, we are featuring 5 channels to catch videos, photos, news and highlights of your favorite Olympic events. While some are region-restricted, you will probably find at least the one channel that works for your region. Also included in all of them are event schedules, recaps of what happened in past Olympics, news and updates that affect the biggest sports event in 2012 and how you, the viewers can benefit from staying on their channel.
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Official Olympic Channel
This is the official Olympic Channel on YouTube presented by the International Olympic Committee.
During the Olympics, 64 territories in Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa will enjoy live coverage of the Games on this official Olympics channel on YouTube, streamed by The International Olympic Committee (IOC).
The channel will be providing more than 2,200 hours of the London 2012 Olympic Games live events, event highlights, news clips and medal finals – all with English commentary.
Visit Official Olympic Channel
Coverage of the London 2012 Olympic Games from NBCOlympics.com includes live video, highlights, results, schedules, TV Listings, medals, news, photos, and more.
All 32 sports and 302 events will be shown including live video feeds, highlights, event results, schedules, TV Listings, gold medal races and more.
The bad news is, NBC will only show the streamed videos on the Internet to users in the United States and U.S. Territories. Users outside of those covered locations will only have access to an extensive array of non-event videos.
Visit NBC Olympics
Olympic.org is the official source of Olympic Games sports, countries, results, medals, schedule, athlete bios, teams, news, photos, videos for Summer and Winter Olympics.
Here, you can get the complete low-down of what goes on in the Games: live results, medal ceremonies, event schedules, athlete bios, team stats, news, photos and videos.
There are 10700 photos and 1600 videos to keep you busy for now. Stream the greatest Olympic moments, the hottest of rivalries, and watch the legends make history in HD from London 2012 Olympics.
CTVOlympics YouTube Channel
This is the official YouTube channel of Canada’s Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium, bringing you a taste of their London 2012 Olympic Games coverage.
You can also check out more in-depth coverage, sport analysis, athlete bios, and Olympic content at www.CTVOlympics.ca, the exclusive home to Olympic Games video footage in Canada.
The Guardian is another good source of London 2012 Olympics offering news, results and live coverage.
Get a recap of stunning moments in the Olympics as well as sports-by-sports guide and video highlights of the Games.
There is even a section called Olympic diaries where you read the personal thoughts of the sportsmen and women who are out there rooting for gold for the country.