How to live stream Paris Olympics in Australia, watch every event, who are Stan Sport’s commentators

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The 2024 Paris Olympic Games are just around the corner and it’s time to curl up on the couch and switch to night sports mode for a fortnight of the best sporting action in the world.

The Olympic Games in Paris begin on Friday, July 26th and last until Sunday, August 11th.

The International Olympic Committee has awarded Channel 9 the exclusive TV broadcasting rights for the Olympic Games in Paris, as well as those in Los Angeles in 2028 and Brisbane in 2032.

In addition to coverage on the main Channel 9 and 9Now channels, Stan Sport, the network’s streaming arm, will also provide live coverage.

All events will be shown on 40 individual sports channels, an exclusive Olympic news channel broadcasting 24/7, and four live and exclusive feature channels alternating between the big moments.

Stan Sport will have two shows daily, Olympia daily And Paris Previewwhere a number of Australian Olympic legends will analyse the day’s events.

The shows are hosted by Adam Peacock and Tara Rushton.

Stan Sport has announced its experts who will contribute to Olympics Daily and Paris Preview.

Ash Barty, who won a bronze medal in Tokyo, will give her insights to Australian audiences for the first time since retiring from tennis in 2022.

Stan Sport will also present eight international channels worldwide for the first time, allowing communities to access coverage in different languages.

Viewers can follow official coverage from the UK, Spain, France, Germany, Greece and Italy (Eurosport), India (Viacom 18) and New Zealand (Sky New Zealand).

“Thanks to the support of the IOC and great partners Eurosport, TV18 and Sky New Zealand, Stan Sport will offer curated official international channels in multiple languages, making the Olympic Games accessible to even more Australians than ever before,” said Stan CEO Martin Kugeler.

Stan Sport currently costs $15 per month in addition to an existing Stan subscription.

Stan Sports full expert lineup for Olympics Daily and Paris Preview

tennis

Ash Barty (Tokyo 2020 – Bronze)

Wally Masur (Seoul 1988, Barcelona 1992)

Bathe

Grant Hackett (Sydney 2000 – 2 Gold, Athens 2004 – Gold & 2 Silver, Beijing 2008 – Silver & Bronze)

Stephanie Rice (Beijing 2008 – 3 Gold, London 2012)

athletics

John Steffensen (Athens 2004 – Silver, Beijing 2008, London 2012)

Nova Peris (Atlanta 1996, Sydney 2000)

Rugby Sevens

Alicia Lucas (née Quirk) (Rio 2016 – Gold)

Michael Hooper (125 international matches for the Wallabies)

Morgan Turinui (20 Wallabies caps)

football

Elise Kellond-Knight (Rio 2016, Tokyo 2020)

Mark Bosnich (Barcelona 1992)

Craig Foster (29 international matches for the Socceroos)

basketball

Shane Heal (Barcelona 1992, Atlanta 1996, Sydney 2000, Athens 2004)

rowing

Nick Green (Barcelona 1992 – Gold, Atlanta 1996 – Gold)

Ride a bike

Stuart O’Grady (Barcelona 1992 – silver, Atlanta 1996 – 2 bronze, Sydney 2000, Athens 2004 – gold, Beijing 2008, London 2012)

ice Hockey

Jamie Dwyer (Athens 2004 – Gold, Beijing 2008 – Bronze, London 2012 – Bronze, Rio 2016)

Nova Peris (Atlanta 1996 – Gold)

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