Eurosport is launching three pop-up channels alongside Eurosport 1 and Eurosport 2 that, together with sports streaming service Eurosport Player, will bring fans in the United Kingdom and Ireland the most comprehensive coverage of the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018 in South Korea.
They are being referred to as OARs (Olympic Athletes from Russia) and aren't wearing the usual Russian colors of white, red and blue.
Interesting side note: The International Olympic Committee suspended the Russian Olympic Committee due to an ongoing doping scandal and has barred its athletes from participating under the Russian flag this year. MediaCentral will enable NBC Olympics to streamline its entire workflow, from creation to delivery, throughout the 18 consecutive days of coverage of the PyeongChang Games.
Then Murray and her team were thrust into the worldwide spotlight with the news last month that players from North Korea would join her team for the Olympic Games as part of an agreement between the North and South Korean governments.
"We're disappointed with the CAS decision. we believed in better but received this instead".
"First of all we don't even know if it is a coach", he said, adding that the delegation took the matter seriously after being told a Canadian could have been involved.
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The IOC has invited 169 Russians who have met the anti-doping criteria to compete as independent athletes. "It has also dismissed the application filed yesterday by 15 athletes and coaches against the International Olympic Committee".
Here are all of the ways you can watch the 2018 Winter Olympics on television or online. The CAS said the ban on the contingent athletes and coaches, who sought an invitation to the game, will remain in place.
That will be just nine hours before the opening ceremony.
But dozens of Russian athletes who had hoped to compete under the neutral flag were deemed ineligible by the world Olympic body.
The IOC review panel chaired by Valerie Fourneyron made the decision and it was cleared by the CAS. He'll pursue that in PyeongChang, his 4th Olympic Games.
Last month Russian President Vladimir Putin admitted there had been "instances of doping use in Russia", but said the issue was a global problem.