From August 6-22, the gold award pursue on 7, 7TWO, and 7mate will showcase 900 hours of allowed to-air Olympic activity. A few Olympic top picks kick off at ideal times for Australian fans including games at 9am AEST and swimming at 11am AEST.
Each game and each session all around you go!Interestingly, Australians won't just have the capacity to stream 7, 7TWO and 7mate on the go, additionally get to each game, each session and each gold award live on the web. Seven's committed site and application will bring viewers the most innovatively progressed multi-stage scope this games cherishing nation has ever seen.
What to watch at this momentStreet TO RIO, Saturdays at late morning AEST
Street to Rio is a live board show including Australia's competitors and their stories. Facilitated by a turning board including Johanna Griggs, Jim Wilson and Kylie Gillies, it presents the crisp countenances on our Olympic group and presents to all the most recent news from home and abroad.
OLYMPIANS: OFF THE RECORD, Saturdays at 12:30pm AEST
Taking after Road to Rio each Saturday, Bruce McAvaney runs one-on-one with some of Australia's greatest brandishing names in Olympians: Off the Record.
Get past scenes in the Highlights area.
Australia's Olympic NetworkHaving last show the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, Seven has consented to a long haul arrangement with the International Olympic Committee for a widely inclusive scope of the Olympic Games. This incorporates the XXIII Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang in 2018, and the Games of the XXXII Olympiad in Tokyo in 2020, and in addition a choice which, if worked out, extends the rights to incorporate the XXIV Olympic Winter Games in 2022 and the XXXIII Olympic Games in 2024.
- Seven additionally has the rights to the 2018 Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast
- Rio is the primary Olympic Games to be held in South America
- Melbourne 1956 was Seven's first Games telecast (6 hours live scope every day)
- The Seven Network's dedication to the Olympic Games now traverses six decades
- Rio 2016 is Seven's first undertaking as Paralympic telecaster.
- Seven has the Olympic telecast rights through to Tokyo 2020 which incorporates the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympic Games
|OPENING CEREMONY||Live coverage August 6 from 6am AEST|
|SUNRISE||Monday-Friday 5:30-9am AEST|
|TRACK CYCLING||Medal races from 6am AEST|
|HOCKEY||Medal matches from 6am AEST|
|RUGBY SEVENS||Medal matches from 8am AEST|
|ATHLETICS||Medal events from 9am AEST|
|SWIMMING||Medal events from 11am AEST|
|GOLF||Medal events from 8:30pm AEST|
|ROWING||Medal events from 9:30pm AEST|
|CANOE/KAYAK||Medal events from 10pm AEST|
Seven's Rio 2016 Hosts and CommentatorsSeven's Olympic facilitating obligations will be shared by Hamish McLachlan, Mel McLaughlin, Jim Wilson, Kylie Gillies and Todd Woodbridge. Bruce McAvaney drives a first class critique group that incorporates 15 Olympians - eight of them Olympic gold medallists. More points of interest can be found here.
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