Sochi, Russia may be more than 5,000 miles away from -- and nine hours ahead of -- Washington D.C., but that doesn’t mean you can’t catch all 15 sports and 98 events of the Sochi Olympic games happening live.
Live Digital Coverage
In addition to NBC’s prime time broadcast, many of NBCUniversal’s broadcast and digital platforms will be live-streaming all 15 sports and their multiple stages, including the preliminary rounds.
Here's a schedule of events. And you can watch them live at the following locations:
- NBCOlympics.com: News, previews, medal counts and 24/7 live streaming of all events available to cable subscribers online here.
- NBC Sports Live Extra mobile app. Click here for iPhone and iPad; click here for Android.
For help accessing live streaming, check out Live Extra Help/FAQ.
Primetime television coverage began Thursday, February 6 and will continue through Friday’s Opening Ceremony (7:30 pm ET) until the end of the Closing Ceremony on Sunday, Feb. 23. In addition, NBC Sports Network, CNBC, MSNBC and USA Network will also provide additional coverage from Sochi.
- NBC Sports Network (NBCSN) - Coverage begins on Saturday, Feb. 8 at 3 a.m. ET (that's D.C. time) with USA against Finland in women’s Hockey. In addition to covering all figure skating after the Opening Ceremony live, the network will air at least one gold medal final live each day. A complete schedule of their live coverage is available here.
- MSNBC – 45 hours of live curling and hockey competition, including medal rounds
- USA Network – 43 hours of live curling and hockey competition, including medal rounds
- CNBC – 36 hours of curling competition
NBC Washington’s Sochi Exclusive
News4’s Jim Handly brings you the latest about what’s happening on the ground from Sochi, Russia with his behind-the-scenes blog. Here you’ll find the inside scoop on athletes, volunteers, the Olympic village and what life in Sochi, Russia is really like. You can also follow him on Facebook and Twitter.