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Author Topic: 2014 Olympia -Will there be an official live streaming of the Olympia this year?  (Read 150 times)
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« on: Today at 07:10:46 PM »

Like Bodybuilding.com had last year?

It was fun watching the show, and then coming here and viewing people's opinions as they happened.

Any official news?
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« Reply #1 on: Today at 08:12:37 PM »

http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2014/07/16/mr-olympias-coming-back-to-television-but-will-anyone-watch-unironically/
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« Reply #2 on: Today at 09:31:48 PM »


At first I thought the url was a joke. Looking at the writer though...
Still the photo features the great Ruhl, not Heath... He's going to write to the Washington Post and tell them they're haters..
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« Reply #3 on: Today at 09:56:03 PM »

FREE WORLDWIDE WEBCAST OF THE 2014 Olympia Contest


Bodybuilding.com, the Internet's most-visited fitness website and largest online retailer of nutritional supplements, will offer a free worldwide webcast of the 2014 Olympia Weekend, presented by BSN, MuscleTech, and Dymatize Nutrition.

This year marks the historic 50th anniversary of Joe Weider's Olympia Weekend, and is a must-see event for all fans of physique competition. Thanks to Bodybuilding.com, everyone can tune in—for free! Our live HD webcast, as well as post-event VOD (video-on-demand) replays, will stream in the Bodybuilding.com Webcast Player (available soon), the Bodybuilding.com Livestream Channel, the Livestream Roku channel for those watching on big-screen TVs, and the Livestream mobile app*.

Bodybuilding.com's live webcast will stream the IFBB pro events on Friday night and Saturday night (September 19th and 20th) from The Orleans Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, beginning at 6:30 p.m. PDT (9:30 p.m. EDT) both nights. The Friday night webcast segment will feature the Mr. Olympia judging round, and the finals for the beautifully fit women of the Bikini, Fitness, and Ms. Olympia competitions.

The Saturday night webcast segment concludes the pro competitions with the finals for the women's Figure division, the men's 212 Showdown, and the main event—the Mr. Olympia finals. Reigning 3-time Mr. Olympia Phil Heath will battle to defend his title against fierce challengers (and champions in their own right) Kai Greene, Dexter Jackson, Branch Warren, Dennis Wolf, Shawn Rhoden, and Victor Martinez—just to name a few!

The webcast also features plenty of expert pre-show discussion and post-show analysis and athlete interviews, and also includes the annual Webcast Fan's Choice Award, where fans get to vote for their favorite athlete. The presentation of the 2014 Bodybuilding.com Supplement Awards winners will also be viewable via webcast. The annual Supplement Awards continue to set the standard for recognition of the best products and brands in the fitness and supplement industry.

Each live segment kicks off with an insightful pre-show discussion hosted by veteran sports broadcaster Dave Farra (SyFy, Fox Sports, NBC), who will also provide play-by-play coverage of the competition. Farra will be joined by a panel of leading experts including Larry Pepe (Fox Sports), one of the most trusted voices in bodybuilding.

Top female physique competitors Felicia Romero and Kathleen Tesori will provide valuable insight into the women's figure, fitness, bikini and Ms. Olympia competitions. Stay tuned for details and more 2014 Olympia Weekend coverage available soon at Bodybuilding.com!


http://new.livestream.com/bodybuildingcom

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« Reply #4 on: Today at 09:58:14 PM »

At first I thought the url was a joke. Looking at the writer though...
Still the photo features the great Ruhl, not Heath... He's going to write to the Washington Post and tell them they're haters..

I don't even think Phil would want to be associated with an article like that
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