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How To Follow The Sochi Olympics On Twitter

Though Sochi is nine hours ahead of New York, social media will make it easier to keep track of many Winter Olympians in real time. We've compiled Twitter lists for each of the U.S. team rosters. We're also making lists for media, teams, and international athletes — and will be adding to them as the Olympics go on.

Feel free to subscribe to any of these lists and follow @nprolympics on Twitter for the latest updates from NPR's team in Sochi.

U.S. Teams

U.S. Biathlon Team

U.S. Bobsledding Team

U.S. Cross Country Skiing Team

U.S. Curling Team

U.S. Figure Skating Team

U.S. Hockey Team

U.S. Luge Team

U.S. Nordic Combined Team

U.S. Short Track Speed Skating Team

U.S. Ski Jumping Team

U.S. Snowboarding Team

U.S. Speed Skating Team

More Lists

NPR Reporters in Sochi

International Olympic Committees

U.S. Athletes in Sochi

U.S. Teams - Winter Olympics

Media Covering Olympics in Sochi

Former Winter Olympians

All Athletes in Sochi

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