Rio 2016 Olympics: The initial butterflies in the stomach and other first day, first show jitters are over and done with. Already some reputations have been made (19-year-old US shooter Virginia Thrasher who won Rio's first gold medal) while others have been dented (India's Leander Paes), if not destroyed.
Rio 2016 Olympics: The initial butterflies in the stomach and other first day, first show jitters are over and done with. Already some reputations have been made (19-year-old US shooter Virginia Thrasher who won Rio’s first gold medal) while others have been dented (India’s Leander Paes), if not destroyed. A number of high flying top ranking athletes have bit the dust while relative unknowns have climbed onto the podiums. Unfortunately, none of the sportsmen climbing podiums, as yet, has been an Indian, but that can change. It takes just one shot at glory to do that (Virginia did just that with her medal winning final shot that handed her the 10m air rifle title) and if one is confident and trained with dedication and focus, then nothing is impossible, especially if you are playing selflessly for the country rather than for the self.
Already the medals are fast flying to their rightful winners and a number of countries have emerged at the top. Surprisingly, Australia is leading the medals tally with 3 medals (2golds and a bronze), while an awesome performance from Hungary has given them 2 golds and the United States of America is in third with 1 solitary gold, but also they have 4 silvers in the bag too. There are a number of events lined up for day 2 and what must be on the minds of the fans is what time they are on (schedule) and where can they watch them. So here we provide all the answers you will need about how to watch Rio 2016 Olympics live streaming day 2, August 7, live TV coverage in India time; 5:30 PM IST start:
Where to watch day 1 of Rio 2016 Olympics?
Rio 2016 Olympics: Television
On TV, where most Indians will catch the action, the Games are being telecast on Star Sports Network – the channel was appointed as the official broadcaster in India. As can be expected in a fast-maturing market in India, all events are simultaneously being broadcast in the good old standard definition and of course for those who like their action fresh and sharp, in high-definition (HD) channels too. Star Sports will be utilising all eight channels to telecast all these sporting events – each sporting category category gets a channel so that there is no confusion and everyone can get their heart’s desires fulfilled.
Rio 2016 Olympics: Online
The Internet is everywhere and Indians love to spend time catching up on their interests there from whatever device they have access to. And where do you need to go to watch the Games action unfold? Just type StarSports.com or even Hotstar.com and check out each and every sporting moment. For those who have no time to sit and watch due to the various professional or personal business reasons or something else is keeping them occupied, then they need not not feel left out. They can catch up with the latest courtesy Hotstar App.
Some of the upcoming action on day 2 includes:
Archery – Women’s team: Finals Bronze medal match
Swimming – Women’s 100m butterfly: Final
Swimming – Women’s 400m freestyle: Final
Swimming – Men’s 400m individual medley: Final
And a lot more that involves the Indian contingent. Check this out:
Field Hockey (Women): India vs Japan 19:30 hrs IST
Archery Women’s Team (Elimination & Finals) 17:30 hrs IST & 01:09 hrs IST
Gymnastics (Women) 23:00 hrs IST
Shooting – Women: 10 m Air Pistol (Qualification & Finals) 17:30 hrs IST & 19:30 hrs IST
Trap Qualification: Men 18:00 hrs IST