How to watch Joshua Cheptegei in the Olympic Games 10000m Final

Ugandan long-distance runner, Joshua Cheptegei, is set to take part in the 10000m men’s final at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic games. Just so you know, Cheptegei is the tenth man in history to hold the 5000 m and 10000 m world records concurrently, both set in 2020. He is one of the favourites to win a medal or more in the ongoing games.

The 10,000m men’s final at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics is scheduled to take place at 2.30 pm East Africa Time (EAT).

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How to watch Joshua Cheptegei in the Olympic Games 10000m Final

On DStv

Every moment of the Olympics is live on 8 dedicated SuperSport channels. SuperSport is showing this year’s Tokyo Olympic Games live on DStv. For that reason, Multichoice DStv has created a dedicated channel that will broadcast all live games from the Olympics. For DStv Family, DStv Premium customers they can catch up with the games on CH 246. You can also watch the race via the DStv app on Google Play and the App Store.

On Showmax

You can also watch the race via Showmax. Showmax Pro subscribers are able to live stream all games of the 2020 Olympics on their streaming service. Launched last year, Showmax Pro combines the existing Showmax entertainment offering with music channels, news, and live sports streaming from SuperSport.

On GOtv

GOtv features four dedicated channels for the Games, with SuperSport GOtv Football (GOtv channel 31) becoming Olympic Channel 1, while GOtv La Liga (GOtv channel 32), GOtv Select 1 (GOtv channel 33), and GOtv Select 2 (GOtv channel 34) become Olympic Channels 2, 3 and 4 respectively.

How to watch the 2021 Olympics for free

There are plenty of options that you can use to stream the Olympics. You can watch select live events and rebroadcasts free on streaming services like fuboTV, Hulu Plus Live TV, and YouTube TV with free trials.

You can also use, Japan’s official online broadcaster for the Tokyo Olympics. Aside from showing the competitions live, the site also has videos of victorious moments from previous Olympic events when Japanese athletes broke records or won a medal. 

Some territories will also have access to live-streams on the official Olympic Channel

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