Nanjing 2014: How to watch Youth Olympic Games

14 August 2014 / 12:27

With the start of the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games (YOG) just days away, here’s your guide on how to keep up-to-date with all the latest news from Team GB in China and show your support for the athletes.

 

Live video and video on-demand

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) will be running live online coverage of Nanjing 2014 across several platforms including their websites, www.Olympic.org and www.Olympic.tv, as well as their YouTube channel, www.youtube.com/Olympics and the Olympic TV App (available to download on IOS and Android).

Alongside the live feeds, the official Olympic channels will house 480 hours of on-demand coverage of the Games for you to view at any time. All video content, live and on-demand, will be available from August 14.

 

Team GB’s digital channels

Team GB will be running regular updates and coverage across our social and digital channels throughout the Games, reporting on all the action from the 33 British athletes in Nanjing.

TeamGB.com: We’ll be providing daily preview and review stories that cover all the latest news from Team GB, as well as highlighting the major events from our athletes out in China. In addition, during the build-up to the Games, we’ll be previewing the athletes competing for Team GB in each of the 14 disciplines. All our stories will be shared across our Twitter account and Facebook page.

Twitter: Follow us @TeamGB for live updates on medals and major results from Team GB in Nanjing as well as following our athletes’ journeys and sharing your good luck messages.

Facebook: Throughout the Games we’ll be providing daily photo galleries of Team GB in action across all sports as well as sharing the main headlines and preview/review stories of Nanjing 2014.

 

BBC

The BBC will be in in China so keep an eye out in the early autumn for two shows, one set to be featured on Blue Peter, based around Nanjing 2014 and Team GB at the YOG.