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Four Ways to Catch Every Second of the Olympic Games with Comcast

With so many exciting moments anticipated for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games, it never hurts to take one from the athlete’s playbook and develop a strategy. A viewing strategy, that is. This year, Xfinity and NBC are bringing nearly every second of the Sochi Games right to you. Here’s how:

Access Live Coverage Anywhere with Xfinity Wi-Fi Hotspots
Don’t let travel interfere with Games updates. Comcast is offering complimentary access to tens of thousands of Xfinity Wi-Fi hotspots in high-traffic locations, such as shopping districts, parks, train platforms and small businesses. Compatible with smartphones, tablets and laptops, Xfinity Internet customers and non-customers alike can access “Xfinitywifi” on their wireless device.

Tune into Highlights from Gold Zone
Looking for the best adrenaline-pumping moments? Gold Zone, an exclusive video channel, will offer more than 100 hours of whip-around coverage of the popular live action from the Sochi Games. The channel will stream 7 a.m. - 3 p.m. ET on most days, featuring multiple events as they happen.

Join the Conversation on Twitter
Want to voice your opinion or get Twitter updates? Follow the dedicated Twitter handle @NBC_GoldZone to get up-to-the-minute updates on what is being featured on Gold Zone.

Review Skating Highlights with Olympic Ice
Catch up with Sochi after a long day at the office with Olympic Ice, a studio show offering a comprehensive review of all the figure skating news and highlights. Russ Thaler will host the 30-minute show, and will be joined by analyst and 2002 Olympic gold medal-winning figure skater Sarah Hughes.

Now, everyone can be a part of the Sochi action this February. No years of practice required. All shows and Wi-Fi access are available at:



· NBC Sports Live Extra App