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Sports Illustrated At The Games
Sports Illustrated keeps you up to date with a daily podcast from Brazil featuring interviews, analysis and more.
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4.7 stars from 68 ratings
Would have been even better to have continued right through the Paralympics, even with a change in hosts. Quite disappointing to suddenly stop coverage only halfway through the events in Rio.
Hoped for more via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/13/16
Awesome!
I was in Rio the Olympic games spectating for all of the games, so I missed the media coverage on the sports since I was watching in person. This podcast allowed me to catchup on the overview of the sports while commuting on the BRT/metro every day to my events. The final episode overviewing...Read full review »
stevenz via Stitcher · 09/04/16
Thanks - Made Olympics fun
I found you both just before the Olympics started and thanks for doing such a great job everyday no matter what day it was. You took an almost impossible task and made it fun, entertaining, informative. Please enjoy your well earned nap, and I am hoping to hear from you in 2 years!
sikdt via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/23/16
Recent Episodes
In the final episode of Very Olympic Today, Mitch Goldich and Alex Abnos recall the most memorable moments from every single one of the Olympics' 34 sports. The guys also offer their thanks and say goodbye after a marathon run of daily podcasts.
Published 08/22/16
Published 08/22/16
Mitch Goldich and Alex Abnos recap the final day of the Olympic Games and the closing ceremony. They discuss the marathon, a wrestling coach meltdown, and Team USA's gold in men's basketball. The guys finish by tying up loose ends like the Quadrathlon, before Mitch finally declares his rugby...
Published 08/22/16
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