Olympics 2021 closing ceremony live telecast in India: List of channels where you can watch Olympic games closing ceremony live on TV

Here's how you can catch Olympics 2021 live telecast in India.

The closing ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics 2020, which saw India registered its best-ever performance in summer games, is scheduled for today, i.e. August 8th. It’ll kickstart at 04:30 pm IST. Wrestler Bajrang Punia, who won the Bronze medal in the Olympic games, will be the flag bearer. India won as many as seven medals in the Olympics 2021, including a gold medal in javelin throw by Neeraj Chopra who will be the duly made flag bearers in the future multi-sporting events, as per protocols followed by Indian Olympic Association. To watch Tokyo Olympics 2021 closing ceremony, one will have to tune in to Sony Sports Network on TV and Sony Liv streaming platform. Read on to find out more:

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Olympics 2021 closing ceremony

The Olympics 2021 closing ceremony live streaming will be available starting 04:30 pm IST, today, i.e. August 8th. The next Olympics is scheduled to take place in Paris, France in 2024.

Olympics 2021 closing ceremony live telecast in India

Tokyo Olympics closing ceremony in India will be live-streamed exclusively on Sony Liv and Jio TV app. As for TV, it’ll be broadcasted live on Sony Sports Network. Here’s a quick look at the channels where you can catch the action live:

  • Sony TEN 1 HD/SD
  • Sony TEN 2 HD/SD
  • DD National and Sports (but only India matches will be broadcasted)

Olympics 2021 closing ceremony live telecast channels list

Sony Sports network- TataSky

  • Sony Ten 1 HD/SD costs Rs 22.42 per month | Channel number: 470 (HD) and 471 (SD)
  • Sony Ten 2 HD: Rs 20.06/month and SD: 17.06/month | Channel number: 473 (HD) and 474 (SD)
  • Sony Ten 3 HD/SD costs Rs 20.06 per month | Channel number: 475 (HD) and 476 (SD)
  • Sony Six HD: Rs 22.42/month and SD costs Rs 17.7/per month | Channel number: 484 (HD) and 483 (SD)

Sony Sports network- Airtel Digital TV

  • Sony Ten 1 HD/SD costs Rs 22.42 per month | Channel number: 286 (HD) and 285 (SD)
  • Sony Ten 2 HD: Rs 20.06/month and SD: 17.06/month | Channel number: 288 (HD) and 287 (SD)
  • Sony Ten 3 HD/SD costs Rs 20.06 per month | Channel number: is 290 (HD) and 289 (SD)
  • Sony Six HD: Rs 22.42/month and SD costs Rs 17.7/per month | Channel number: 292 (HD) and 291 (SD)

Sony Sports network- Dish TV

  • Sony Ten 1 HD/SD costs Rs 22.42 per month | Channel number: 610 (HD) and 611 (SD)
  • Sony Ten 2 HD: Rs 20.06/month and SD: 17.06/month | Channel number: 612 (HD) and 613 (SD)
  • Sony Ten 3 HD/SD costs Rs 20.06 per month | Channel number: is 614 (HD) and 615 (SD)
  • Sony Six HD: 22.42/per month and SD costs Rs 17.7/per month | Channel number: 622 (HD) and 623 (SD)

Do note DD National and Sports is a free-to-air channel and will require no additional subscription.

India Olympics 2021 medals

India capped off its best-ever performance in the Olympics with a haul of seven medals at Tokyo. Neeraj Chopra surprised everyone with gold in Javeline throw, while Mirabai Chanu and Ravi Kumar Dhaiya won the silver Olympic 2021 medal each in the Women’s 49 kg weightlifting competition and 57kg freestyle wrestling respectively. PV Sindhu in Women’s singles badminton, Lovlina Borgohain in Women’s Welterweight, and Bajrang Punia in Freestyle wrestling 57kg won bronze medals. In addition to this, India’s Men hockey team defeated Germany in the bronze medal match to win the first Olympics medal in 41 years.