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Catch all the action of the Rio Olympics Live at Bond

If you’re worried about missing all the action of the 2016 Rio Olympics while you’re at Bond – fear not, as the entire Games will be screened 24/7 in several locations around campus!

You can catch all the Olympics action live at the following locations:

  • Don’s Tavern
  • The Brasserie
  • The Sports Centre (on the huge screens on the gym floor)
  • The Library foyer (24 hours a day; 7 days a week)
  • The MLC (no audio, 24 hours a day; 7 days a week)

Be sure to keep an eye out for our Bond Olympians, Cameron McEvoy and Maddie Groves in the pool, and Mat Belcher on the water.

If you’re keen on following all the action in the pool – tune in to Channel 7 from Sunday 7 August through to 14 August. The heats will be broadcast from 2.00am AEST (ouch!), but the good news is the semi-finals and finals will be broadcast daily from 11.00am AEST.

See the Rio Swimming event schedule for more detail.

Bond University Swimming Club’s Cam McEvoy will be one of Australia’s busiest swimmers at the Games, competing in the men’s 50m freestyle, 100m freestyle, 4 x 50m freestyle relay, 4 x 100m freestyle relay and the 4 x 200m freestyle relay.

Bond’s own ‘Madame Butterfly’ Maddie Groves will be competing in four events - the women’s 100m butterfly, 200m butterfly, 4 x 200m freestyle relay and the 4 x 100m medley relay.

You can catch World Champion sailor, Bondy Mat Belcher in action in the 470 men’s race from Thursday 11 August through to 8 August. View the sailing schedule for dates and time.

Live coverage of the Games starts on Saturday 6th August at 6.00am AEST on Channel 7.

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