The Opening Ceremony and every round of Sport Climbing at the Youth Olympic Games Buenos Aires 2018 will be LIVE streamed on the IFSC homepage! The LIVE streaming is presented by the Olympic Channel, providing comprehensive round-the-clock coverage of the event.
The Olympic Channel’s multi-platform coverage starts on Saturday, October 6th at 8:00 GMT-3 (local time) with the Opening Ceremony, LIVE from Buenos Aires’ iconic Obelisco. Qualifications and Finals of the Combined competition in Sport Climbing will be LIVE from Sunday to Wednesday, October 7th to 10th. The full provisional programme can be found on the dedicated Buenos Aires event page of the IFSC website, where links to replays, results, highlights and photos will be shared throughout the event.
Buenos Aires 2018 programming on the Olympic Channel includes:
Viewers can watch the 24/7 Youth Olympic Games Channel at any time from 6 to 18 October on the Olympic Channel and YouTube. The round-the-clock streaming channel features both live and tape-delayed event coverage and daily highlights shows.
Event coverage across the YOG competition is available both live and on-demand on the Olympic Channel at olympicchannel.com and its mobile apps.
The “YOG Daily” show will feature a lively look at the news, trending stores, highlights and interviews in a round-up of the day’s events in a fun and interactive format. Available live on Facebook and Twitter daily at 1 p.m. local time.
Olympic Channel Podcast
Featuring insightful interviews across the Olympic world, the Olympic Channel will produce a daily podcast during the YOG for an in-depth look at the personalities, stories and competition in Buenos Aires.
Schedules and Results
To keep on top of the action in Buenos Aires, fans can find event and live streaming schedules, results and medal standings on olympicchannel.com.
Fans can also follow the Olympic Channel’s coverage on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube to learn more about the sports featured at the YOG as well as take part of the fun by interacting with athletes and for behind-the-scenes action.