Olympics games 2016 will commence on Friday, August 5, 2016 and as every other version of this worldwide tournament, it promises to be exciting. The excitement lies in the plethora of events that are partook in by the various nations involved. Keeping yourself abreast of the events can be a bit hectic due to this but do not worry both Google and Bing have presented easier ways to follow up on the events.
See some of them below:
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Google Search Tricks
- Search for “Rio 2016” or “Olympics” for an overview of everything.
- Search for “Rio 2016 schedule” to see the today’s schedule.
- You can search for specific events or athletes, like “Gymnastics Rio 2016” or “Usain Bolt 2016” to get results for either.
- Search for “Medal count 2016” for an overall medal count, or go for specifics, like “Angola Rio 2016.” In most cases, “[country] medal count” should also work.
Bing Search Tricks
- Search for “Olympics” for an overall view of everything.
- Search for “Olympic schedule” for a schedule of events, or if you’re only curious about big events, try something like “Olympics Events to watch 2016-08-05“ for a list of popular events.
- Search for specific event for athletes with searches like, “Olympics Usain Bolt,” or “Olympics Gymnastics.”
- Search for “Medal count” for an updated list of medals, or get specifics like, “Korea medal count.”
Other fun instant search results are bound to pop up over the course of the Olympics too, so be sure to experiment with different search parameters as things get going.
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