If you want to keep up with the Olympic standings and info on all the competitors, there is an app for that. Samsung has done a great job with their app.
For a non Spanish speaker, one of the annoyances is having to watch the Olympics with Spanish commentators.
I decided to see what I could find on the Internet. NBC has streaming in the U.S., but you have to have U.S. cable to see it. Bummer.
Then I found that BBC was streaming the live events. BBC doesn’t have their streaming requiring cable, but you do have to be in England.
I decided to configure my router VPN location to London. Bingo! I now can select the live event I want to watch and am getting the broadcast in English. Granted, it is the British form of English, but better for my ears than Spanish.
It is not perfect. I am getting some spooling, but it is still watchable. The benefits are English, and I can select the live event I want to watch.
I do live in David and have Cable Onda for my Internet. My contract is for 4MB and I get pretty close. Under VPN I get less, and I am getting less with the London server, than the San Francisco server I usually use.
This is the first time I have found a need to use a server outside the U.S. and it has been a good test.