If you’re in the UK, then the BBC has you covered with 200 hours of the winter games coming to your TV screen. The BBC is promising to “deliver the most complete digital coverage of a Winter Games to date,” and they’re going to use presenters Clare Balding, Hazel Irvine and Jonathan Edwards to bring you all the action from Sochi 2014. If you’re into Ice Hockey, Curling, Speed Skating, Freestyle Skiing, Skeleton, Snow Boarding or Bobsleigh, then you’ll have more than enough great sport over the coming weeks, but where should you watch the games if you’re away from the TV?
You can also keep up with Sochi 2014 when you’re in the car thanks to BBC Radio 5 Live as Chris Mitchell, Will Perry and Eleanor Oldroyd will present all of Team GB's greatest moments throughout the event.
TV’s normally the best way of getting involved with any live sporting event and this year the BBC have got you covered with 650 hours of additional coverage being made available over six live streams. Anyone with Virgin Media TiVo or Sony Freeview Smart televisions will be able to get these channels through the red button service. A highlights show will be on at 7pm each night so there’s no excuse not to keep up with the action from Sochi 2014.