The Channel Nine broadcast has confirmed its full schedule for the upcoming 2024 Paris Olympics.

The Nine Network has confirmed that the Olympic broadcast will begin at 03:00 (AEST) on Saturday July 27 with the Opening Ceremony and will finish at 03:00 (AEST) on Monday August 12 with the Closing Ceremony.

Gerard Whateley will headline the commentators on Channel Nine for all athletics competitions alongside 2008 Olympics Gold medallist Steve Hooker, Dave Culbert, four-time gold medalist sprinter Michael Johnson, Tamsyn Lewis-Manou and Tony Jones.

For the swimming events, the commentators include Cate Campbell, Ian Thorpe, Giaan Rooney, Ellie Cole, Mat Thompson and Roz Kelly.

Other experts and commentators throughout the other Olympics events are Cadel Evans, Andrew Gaze, Phil Liggett, Kerri Pottharst, James Tomkins, Sam Fricker, Scott McGrory, Kate Bates, Caroline Buchanan, Mitch Tomlinson, Ryan Williams, Nick Boserio, Georgie Parker, Richard Fox, Andy Raymond, Todd Woodbridge, Drew Mitchell, Sera Naiqama, Grace Gill, Emma Snowsill, Will McCloy, Brenton Speed, Peter Psaltis, Adam Papalia, Russell Mark, Sean Maloney, Annabelle Williams, Matt Hill, Will Davies, Mark Taylor, Sophie Smith, Shane McInnes, and Jenna O'Hea.

Full Broadcast Schedule 

Channel Nine

  • 6.30am-11.00am AEST: Sarah Abo and Karl Stefanovic, as Australia wakes up
  • 11.00am-12.00pm AEST: 9News bulletin
  • 12.00pm-3.00pm AEST: Todd Woodbridge capturing the magic moments of the day
  • 3.00pm-7.00pm AEST: Leila McKinnon and Dylan Alcott as live sport begins
  • 6.00pm-7.00pm AEST: 9News state bulletins
  • 7.00pm-1.00am AEST: Ally Langdon and James Bracey with all the prime-time action
  • 1.00am-6.30am AEST: Eddie McGuire from Paris including competition Finals


  • 5.00pm-10.00pm AEST: Sylvia Jeffreys
  • 10.00pm-3.00am AEST: Nick McArdle
  • 3.00am-8.00am AEST: Sam McClure
  • 8.00am-5.00pm AEST: Hosted long-form replays