From broadcast scheduling to media coverage to competitor profiles, John’s gathered all the info you need into one convenient location.
To help your Olympic experience go as smoothly as possible, we’ve compiled a guide to watching the Olympics. A ‘do this, not that’ sort of thing. Trust us, we’re professionals.
If you’re at work, and your employer hates America enough to not have a TV on, here’s where you go to keep up with the sport:
Network TV Schedule
If you decide that you hate your employer enough to just go ahead and call in sick and eat Cheetos while simultaneously hating Bob Costas, here’s the TV schedule for the Olympics:
For the U.S.
NBC Olympic Schedule
Introductions to All Equine Competitors
For the full entry list, regardless of country, visit the FEI website [PDF].
Can’t figure out if Mr. Medicott is the horse or rider? Read up on the U.S. eventing team here. Also, check out this comprehensive look at eventing at the Olympics from the FEI.
Want to know which horse will run fastest and jump the highest? Get knowledgeable about the U.S. showjumping team here.
Also, read our Show Jumping 101, and this comprehensive Olympic show jumping preview from the FEI.