Blogs and Forums for Olympic Fans


The Olympic Games

Sports enthusiast or not, you’re likely to feel something special in the air when the Olympic Games roll around. Whether you prefer to sit back on the couch and watch runners whiz around the track on TV or you feel compelled to see it all live, the Web sites we’ve collected will help you plan your Olympic experience.

What are the Olympic Games?

Depending on whom you ask, the Olympic games are a celebration of athleticism and sportsmanship, a ... read more »

History of the Olympics

Obviously, the Olympics have changed drastically since ancient times—but what was it really ... read more »

Lists and Rules of Olympic sports

The Games are held in the summer and winter and are characterized by different athletic events, ... read more »

News Coverage of the Olympic Games

The next Games are less than a year away, and the Web is already buzzing. We’ve found sites ... read more »

Blogs and Forums for Olympic Fans

The Olympics are a worldwide event, and the Web can help you participate in a spirited global discussion of the Games by way of blogs and forums. Visit the sites below to question other fans, tell them what you think, and absorb what they have to say about the Olympics. 

Dulcinea's Insight

  • The IOC has decided to allow athletes to blog during the Beijing Olympics, though there are many restriction. Athletes may not interview or report on other athletes, post video of Olympic events or use their blogs for commercial gain.
  • To find more Olympics-focused blogs, try a blog search engine like Technorati or BlogPulse. You can search using specific words and phrases, such as “Olympic Games + Judo,” and you can search for full blogs or blog posts.

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Planning a Trip to the See the Olympics

Live athletic competition is thrilling, and the Olympics are no exception. On the Web, you can plan ... read more »

Competing in the Olympics

Ah, to compete in the Olympics—the prestige, the pride, the pain. Yes, pain. It’s not ... read more »

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