How to watch the Olympics live in the UK and the USA – BBC One channel 10
The BBC has launched a live stream of the Olympics on BBC One for the first time.
It will be available for a limited time during the Games, with a new channel set to launch in the coming days.
The channel will be the first dedicated sports channel on the channel, which will be used to broadcast the games from London and Rio.
The channel will include highlights from the London Games, as well as coverage from the USA.
There will be no change to the BBC’s sports coverage, with the BBC Sport app continuing to be available.
In the UK, the BBC is also offering an on-demand version of the channel for free to fans who have paid for the subscription.
Users will be able to watch BBC One from a variety of locations in the country including London, London, Manchester, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Liverpool, Bristol, Newcastle, Leeds, Bristol North West, Manchester Central, Cardiff, Oxford, Manchester East, Newcastle South West, Bristol West, Cardiff South, Edinburgh East, Sheffield, Glasgow, Nottingham and Manchester.