CINCINNATI -- Extensive, real time coverage of the 2014 Winter Olympics will be just a click away at WCPO.com throughout the games in Sochi.
Each day, we’ll have up-to-the-minute results and the freshest information on your favorite athletes. WCPO.com will be your go-to for everything Olympics.
So anytime you want to know now, we’ve got you covered.
We’ll also give you a choice. On air, online, on mobile and in our social media accounts, 9 On Your Side and WCPO.com will never spoil the results -- but rather, let you decide what you want to see.
Since Sochi, Russia is nine hours ahead of us (meaning the games that take place at 7 p.m. there will actually be happening at 10 a.m. here, and so on) our real-time results will let you know what’s happening right away rather than waiting for the tape-delayed for broadcast hours later. That means you can know the winners well in advance.
To keep from spoiling anything you’d just as soon not know, we will alert you when a competition ends, and you can decide if you want to see the outcome. Any link we tweet and every headline we write will give you the option to click through before learning the results.
Starting now, you can follow us to see the latest photos, news, winners and more from Sochi.
Thank you, and enjoy the Olympics and our complete up-to-the-minute coverage.
Editor in Chief
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