What Time is the 2014 Sochi Russia Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony


The good news for the Olympic Opening Ceremony in Sochi is the bar for a Winter games is far lower than the Summer games. The last two summer openings, in Beijing and London, were over the top celebrations featuring synchronized fireworks and recreations of historic locations. The winter opening ceremonies just have to make sure everyone keeps warm. In balmy Sochi that shouldn’t be a problem.

There is a sense in the media that we could be witnessing a slow motion car crash with these games. The early reports from media members is full of crazy stories about. Check out these two tweets from Chicago Tribune reporter Stacy St. Clair.

Putin and Russia forgot that the media are the worst people to treat poorly. There’s more time for reporters to focus on the short cuts in Sochi because the US delegation is missing many of the bold names. Lyndsey Vonn not being there robs viewers of a possible chance to see Tiger Woods wearing a ski hat. The big question for the US is whether it can mint new stars in these games.

The 2014 Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony kicks off on NBC at 7:30 PM ET on Friday February 7th.

Date: Friday, February 7th
Episode Title: “2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Opening Ceremony”
Start Time: 7:30 pm ET
Watch: NBC
Online Stream: NBC.com

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