NBCUniversal cable networks CNBC, MSNBC and USA Network will team up to provide curling and hockey coverage during the Sochi Olympics.
The combined 124 hours will complement NBC and NBCSN’s coverage of the Winter Games. Details for those networks’ coverage will be released soon.
All competition will be live streamed on NBCOlympics.com, too, with the vast majority available to authenticated cable, satellite or telco customers via “TV Everywhere.”
CNBC will present a daily curling program and televise 36 hours of curling overall over 12 days, including the men’s and women’s finals. CNBC’s curling show will air daily from 5-8 p.m. ET from Feb. 10-21, except for Sunday, Feb. 16, when coverage will air from 4-7.
MSNBC will carry 45 hours of Olympic hockey and curling over 12 days, including medal-round games. MSNBC’s hockey coverage will begin with a women’s game between Canada and Switzerland at 8 a.m. ET on Saturday, Feb. 8. Its curling coverage will be highlighted by the men’s and women’s semifinals.
USA Network will also carry hockey and curling, 43 hours total, including medal rounds for both and three Canadian men’s hockey games.
NBC adds Olympic medalists to Sochi Olympics coverage
Swimmers Allison Schmitt and Elizabeth Beisel hosted the Team USA Awards Red Carpet Show live on Facebook.
The show will air on NBCSN on Oct. 4 from 10-11 p.m. ET.
In the meantime, here are photos from the red carpet:
LAUSANNE, Switzerland (AP) — The IOC has sanctioned three boxers – two from Ireland and one from Britain – for betting on fights at the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
The International Olympic Committee issued “severe reprimands” to Ireland’s Michael Conlan and Steve Donnelly and Britain’s Antony Fowler for violating the rules that prohibit betting.
None of the boxers won medals.
The IOC says all three placed bets on fights at the games, but adds that “there was no intent to manipulate any event.”
Athletes and officials are banned from betting on Olympic events and required to report any approach or suspicion of fixing.
The IOC says, in order to be eligible to compete in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, the three boxers must undergo an “educational program.”
The Irish and British national Olympic committees also received reprimands for “not having properly informed” their athletes of the betting rules.
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