Where are the best scheduling resources and Olympic Games lists for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games? For those trying to keep up with the daily barrage of events happening across the various time zones or to even learn what event activities are part of the Olympic Games list, it can be a vexing matter indeed. You can find listed below some of the best resources that may help keep track of the daily competitions and when they happen as well as provide a listing of all sporting events.
Olympic Games 2016 Scheduling Sources
Official Rio 2016 site
A daily competition schedule is available as a downloadable .pdf document format. It resembles an easy to use chart that lists all the competitions, the days they are happening on. It is a large format printed on one screen/page, but despite the small print it is easy to follow and can be downloaded for closer examination. The link to view and download is: https://www.rio2016.com/sites/default/files/users/rio2016_files/guia_ingressoing_2015_daily_0.pdf This schedule is presented by Rio 2016, and it is the Official page of Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games for news, information and resources. The English-language start page can be reached at: https://www.rio2016.com/en
NBC TV Network 2016 Rio Olympics website
NBC Olympics is the U.S. broadcast rights holder to all Summer and Winter Games through the year 2032. NBC television network is the official partner for television coverage to North America of the Olympics. It has been so since the 1964 games in Tokyo. They have posted their version of an interactive schedule at the link: http://www.nbcolympics.com/full-schedule Besides scheduling concerns, the network provides live streaming via the Internet, and also keeps track of the medal count which can be viewed on the landing page of their website at: http://www.nbcolympics.com/
International Olympic Committee (IOC) - official Olympc.org website
Established in Paris in 1894, the IOC is the supreme authority of the Olympic Movement, a federation of international and local government institutions bound to upholding the Olympic charter. With a website that is comprehensively laid out with all kinds of updated information on the Olympic games, they also include a link to "Schedule & Results" of the Rio Olympics at this link: https://www.olympic.org/rio-2016 and which can also be accessed through this link as well: https://www.olympic.org/#schedule
The venerable information and reference site, Wikipedia, maintains a schedule for the Rio 2016 games, along with a treasure trove of historical and background information and links to other sources on the Olympic Movement. The page titled, "2016 Summer Olympics," can be found at this link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2016_Summer_Olympics and the schedule can be found scrolling downward.
Canada's national public broadcaster with a unique feature to offer diverse regional and cultural perspectives in English, French, and eight Aboriginal languages, has posted a clear day-by-day Olympic games list and schedule that also uses a transparent pale blue marker runs down the page indicating the current day that event activities are taking place on. You can view it at the link: http://olympics.cbc.ca/schedules/overview.html There are live video feeds that are available at this site.