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NBC kicks off 2014 Sochi Olympics coverage with ‘Olympic Gold’

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The fans of the Olympics are going to get a preview of what to expect in the coming days at the 2014 Sochi Olympics. The first of what will be many nights of Olympic coverage will start on Tuesday with Olympic Gold. This broadcast is going to set the tone of what Olympics fans will get to see in the days ahead. According to Broadway World, the show is hosted by Apolo Ohno and is an all-access, behind-the-scenes look at the preparation and production behind the Games.

Winter Gold starts when the flame at the London Olympics is blown out and brings the fans to Sochi where the latest (and greatest) athletes compete for the gold. The show is promising to highlight some of the most exciting moments to come in Russia and share some of the familiar faces that Team USA has competing. With a look at the history, courses and maybe even a few Olympic moments, the show will be packed with Olympic fun.

While the Olympics Opening Ceremony doesn't kick off until Friday, this show will be the beginning of coverage for NBC. Hoping to entice American fans and remind everyone what they should expect, there is no doubt that the first look at the Sochi Olympics will be an exciting beginning to what fans will see from NBC!



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