Don't worry, you are not alone Our TV showed the Olympics in a similar way, it was so annoying. One competition on different channels, more advertisements than skating and the worse of all - they showed 1st group, than a few minutes sledging (I think it is so called in English, isn't it?), a few minutes of speed skating (because we had a gold medal in this discpiline, they were repeating it constantly), a few minutes of another disciplines, a documentary about lack of speed skating track in Poland, some journalists' talks about lack of speed skating track in Poland, and coming back to show the last group. Exhibiton was the worst of all - journalists were sitting in the studio - behind them big screen which showed gala - and talking about LACK OF SPEED SKATING TRACK IN POLAND. Guys, I got it, we don't have any speed skating track, but let me watch gala! They showed it when Yuna Kim ws performing. An exhibition of my life, reallyA little off-subject: I also watched last night some of the 2010 Vancouver Olympics Pairs Competition. Saw some skaters I’d never heard of or heard little of. Why? Because US television coverage of the Olympics is often so jingoistic. They waste time broadcasting all sorts of debatable and obscure sports like curling, or biathlon (shooting at targets while skiing!), but with figure skating, they only show you the favorites (if you’re lucky) and anyone American – even if they are not at the highest level. You could miss a great 4th or 5th place performance if the person (or couple) isn’t American. It bugs me. I want to see the best skating; it’s not important what country a skater is from. Of course, at Sochi in 2014, the Russian skaters were so accomplished that the program producers had no choice but to pay close attention.