Winter Olympics 2014 apps for Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone

Sochi Winter Olympics 2014 apps for Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8

The Winter Olympics 2014 has officially started in Sochi, Russia, and for those who couldn’t attend here is the complete list of apps for Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone devices you can download and use for free to follow your favorite athletes, events, and medals:

Winter Olympics apps for Windows 8.1

NBC Sports Extra Live: With this app you can get full coverage of the Winter Olympics, free live video streaming on every category.

Sports: The Microsoft Sports app for Windows 8.1, won’t get you live streaming videos of the events, but you can follow every event and medal of the Olympics with the special Sochi 2014 coverage section. You’ll also get pictures, latest news, schedules, and medals table.

Winter Olympics apps for Windows Phone

Official Sochi 2014 Guide: The official guide will deliver the event schedules, you can even buy tickets and view images about the village grounds.

Sochi 2014 Results: This is the official Sochi 2014 Results app to follow every contestant and the race gold in real-time.

NBC Sports Live Extra: NBC is the official broadcaster of the Winter games here in U.S., and cable subscribers will be able to watch live streaming coverage of the Olympics. (Cable-cutters get limited access.)

Bing Sports: The Bing Sports apps for Windows Phone makes it easier to get the latest updates on the Olympics with top headlines, slideshows, and much more.

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