This week’s RTE Sport news and opinion show looks at the Olympic games.
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RTE News: Olympic games to feature on television and online This week we take a look at the Olympics, with special focus on the games in Sochi and in Rio de Janeiro.
We also look at what the Games mean for Ireland and Scotland.
We have a full preview of the Games in Rio, with an interview with Michael Lowry, President of the Irish Olympic Committee.
Read more: RTE Sports: Olympics 2017 live coverage: live coverage on the Olympic TV channel, a full podcast interview with RTE’s executive producer Michael Lowry and a feature on RTE Radio’s Sports Talk Ireland podcast.RTE Sports News: How to tune into the Olympics online from the RÉES platform RTE Ireland is delighted to be the exclusive online broadcaster for the Olympics.
In partnership with RÉesports, the Irish broadcaster will broadcast live from the Games and provide exclusive coverage of all aspects of the games, including live blog coverage and analysis from the studio in Dublin.
Read More: RÉespers Sport: The Olympics in IrelandThis week’s news and opinions show features:A new programme for RTESports, which will feature the Olympics in detail for the first time on RÉSport.RÉesport has released its first sports section for Ireland, focusing on the women’s and men’s sports.
Read the RÓsport section on RÚS Sport’s website.
We look at a number of different sports and are keen to hear your thoughts on the subject.
RÉsport is also pleased to be bringing its coverage of the 2016 Commonwealth Games to RTE, providing live coverage of every event, with live analysis, highlights and analysis.
Read on for a full review of the program.RUE Sports: Irish Olympic committee’s Rio Olympic bid highlights RÉSports highlights of the Rio Olympic Games, with coverage of how the Games came together, the bid itself and the bid committee, which were responsible for securing funding for it.RÚsports: Irish athletes have taken part in the Rio GamesRÉSports is pleased to announce the participation of athletes from the Republic of Ireland in the 2018 Rio Olympic games, which take place on the opening day of the Olympics from June 10-13.
We take a closer look at this year’s Rio Games and the first medal at the Games, which Ireland won at the 2014 Winter Games.
RÞESports will be the sole broadcaster for this year.
Read RÉsports: Rio Olympic committee and Rio Olympic team, the 2017 Rio Olympic medalsRÉespars Sport has a full report on the medal-winning performances of Ireland at the Winter Games and beyond, including a feature from the Olympic committee on how the medals were won and how the Irish team was selected.
We are pleased to welcome the participation from Ireland at this summer’s Rio Olympics, and look forward to sharing this story in full in future.RU Sports: Ireland in Olympic team for Rio RÉspers Sport has taken a look back at the squad for the 2018 Winter Olympics, focusing mainly on the Irish squad, including the performances of Rory McIlroy, Jimmy Connors, Jack Sock and Rory McNeill.
Read our Rio Olympic coverage: Irish team at 2018 Winter Games