Telemundo’s Early Coverage of the Olympic Games

Telemundo Media, the official Olympics Spanish language broadcaster in the U.S., has come up with it’s plans for the start of the games.

Coverage begins tomorrow at 6:30a.m. ET and will feature a wide variety of sports of interest to Hispanics including boxing, swimming, gymnastics and especially soccer, featuring the qualifying matches of Mexico vs. Korea and Brazil vs. Egypt on Thursday, July 26; and Mexico vs. Gabon and Spain vs. Honduras on Sunday, July 29. Starting on Thursday, July 26.

Andres Cantor will serve as the main host for the network’s coverage of the games.

Fans will be able to view events online on www.olimpiadastelemundo.com andwww.deportestelemundo.com and on Facebook on the fan pagefacebook.com/olimpiadastelemundo and on Twitter @olimpiadastlmd.

Telemundo’s broadcast of the 2012 London Olympic Games during its first days will include the following: 

Thursday, July 26 
Starting at 6:30am ET/3:30amPT a 5pm ET/4pmPT

Olympic Soccer 
• Honduras vs. Morocco
• Mexico vs. Korea
• United Arab Emirates vs. Uruguay
• Egypt vs. Brazil

Saturday, July 28 
Starting at 8am ET/8amPT a 5pm ET/5pmPT

• Review of the Opening Ceremony 
• Swimming
• Volleyball
• Beach Volleyball
• Boxing

Sunday, July 29 
Starting at 7am ET/4amPT a 6pm ET/3pmPT

Olympic Soccer 
• Mexico vs. Gabon
• Senegal vs. Uruguay
• Spain vs. Honduras

• Swimming 
• Men’s Basketball
• Beach Volleyball
• Boxing
• Volleyball
• Tennis