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Time Zones for 2014 Winter Olympics: Watch the Opening Ceremony

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Watching the 2014 Sochi Olympics can be confusing because of the time zones that have half the world sleeping while the Olympics Opening Ceremony is providing entertainment for the world. With Americans residing in zones that have a difference of nine to 12 hours, it would be easy to listen to spoilers of the event before it even airs. According to Hollywood Life on Wednesday, many fans are watching via live stream adding a bit of confusion to the enjoyment of this favorite international sports event.

According to the World Time Clock, Sochi, Russia is in the Standard Time Zone: GMT/UTC time zone. Translated that means the time zone is Greenwich Mean Time and further discovery shows that fans worldwide can simply figure out the time difference with these simple charts. And, if you want to know the weather there is a converter that gives you all the current information needed.

Sochi has become a household word, so it should be easy enough to find the information for the timing of Winter Olympic events. The Opening Ceremonies of the 2014 Winter Olympics is a "must see" and now fans can watch it in real time with live stream on Friday morning and then again when NBC airs the event during prime time on Friday February 7, 2014.

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