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Rio bodies

More Olympics!
I was so wrong about mediocre interactive Olympic coverage. So I'm back with a full offering from the New York Times, Washington Post, WSJ, Google and more. The New York Times is crushing it even without official GIFS by creating their own (scroll down, past several of the Ledecky doing amazing things in the pool pictures), looking at Olympic body types (I only correctly identified three - what'd you get?), and profiling a series of athletes like you've never seen before. Even if you can't be in Rio, these make you feel closer to the action and part of the Olympic spirit.


  • Get deep inside Rio with a Google arts and culture/mapping experience that you'll definitely need headphones to enjoy properly. 
  • Not to be overshadowed, Microsoft has an interactive comic for the Games.
  • Ready to compete? The Wall Street Journal has medals ready for your own #ArmchairOlympics from the comfort of your home.
  • My favorite is the Washington Post's scrolling zooming overview of the scale of Olympic venues. Simple, not boring, and I learned something quickly.
  • This is a mobile experience, but for adventurous viewers with Olympic fever download the Guardian's interactive podcast RioRun.
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