Complete Office of California would like to join the rest of the country in cheering on our Olympic Athletes.
During the games of the 30th (XXX) Olympiad we will post interesting stories, links and competition results to our web site.
We don’t claim to be ESPN but we are huge Olympic fans and we’ll be following the games like millions of other Americans across the country. Here, we’d like to share some of the stories, web sites and other Olympic information we come across during these very exciting 16 days.
This page contains a list of of ways to stay connected to the games via television, web and even your mobile device.
Our Olympic Update Page will post updates and highlights from the previous days events.
We promise we won’t sneak a peak online and post any results that may spoil your Olympic viewing experience. In other words – No Spoilers!
2012 Olympics Web Site
Visit the official web site of the 2012 Olympic games
Team USA Official Web Site
Here is the official web site for Team USA
NBC is the official broadcast network of the 2012 Olympics.
You can visit their official Olympics web site here
ESPN seems to have the most user friendly online event schedule for the games.
Find the ESPN Olympic Schedule here
How to Follow the 2012 Olympics Online
This article from Mashable provides a good collection of web sites and social media to help fans follow the Olympic buzz
Official London 2012 Mobile Apps
There are three free official Olympics mobile apps to help users keep in touch with the Games wherever you are. Download yours here
Follow The Athletes
The International Olympic Committee’s Social Portal provides links to verified Facebook and Twitter feeds of Olympians from the past and present. It will house additional content, too, including athlete Q&As and fan contests.
For continuing coverage visit the Complete Office of California Olympic Update Page