You are living in the USA and want to watch the Tokyo 2021 Olympic Games, you are at the right place as in this article you will get to know how to watch the event?
When the Olympics were delayed by a year as the COVID-19 pandemic, the organizers thought that the Olympics will be considered as a symbol of spirit and festival of harmony in 2021.
The live telecast of the summer Olympic Games will be produced by NBC Sports that will be shown in the United States on NBCUniversal, including the NBC broadcast network, Spanish language network Telemundo, and several cable networks of the company. The event will be telecasted during the Olympics air mainly in the evening and afternoons of the weekends on NBC universal, with the timings depending on the cable networks.
The modern Olympics first took place in the year 1896 in Athens, but they have been never postponed this comprehensively. It was only World War I in 1916 and World War II between 1940 to 1944 that managed to stop the Olympic Games from taking place.
The organizers are trying to plan for the uncertainty by preparing various scenarios for the Games.
Farewell of Simon Biles’
Simon Biles’ will participate in his second Olympics which will most definitely be his last Olympic appearance. He is touted to be the greatest gymnast in history. She won four gold medals at the Rio Olympics and can win medals in all the 6 events at the Tokyo Olympics leading another dominant American women’s team.
The USA will look for a successor to Usain Bolt.
In the last four years, two sprinters from the US have emerged and could take on the reins of the now-retired Usain Bolt as the fastest man in the world.
The Tokyo Olympic Games will consist of 339 events which is a record and the first medal will be awarded on Saturday the 24th of July.
NBC Universal will telecast the first-ever live broadcast of the Tokyo Olympic event in the morning. The broadcast will begin with a four-hour opening ceremony and after that, there will be five hours of consecutive telecasts of Olympics games on NBC universal. It will begin with a special program that will be a two-hour show starting at 11.a.m ET and 8 a.m. PT which will feature Opening Ceremony reactions and interviews of the athletes.