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2018–2021, 2018–2022 (Russia), 2020–2022 (Romania) 2021–present, 2022–present (Romania) 2022
2018–2021, 2018–2022 (Russia), 2020–2022 (Romania) 2021–present, 2022–present (Romania) 2022

Eurosport 4K[]

2018–2021, 2018–2022 (Russia), 2020–2022 (Romania)[]

Eurosport 4K

Eurosport 4K was launched as a popup channel on May 28, 2018. It was later launched as a 24 hour channel in Russia on July 20, 2018 and in Romania on January 17, 2020.

On March 9th, 2022, in response to the Russia-Ukraine conflict, Discovery pulled 15 channels off Russia, including the Russian version of Boomerang and Cartoon Network. [1]

2021–present, 2022–present (Romania)[]

Eurosport 4k ro

On July 21, 2021, Eurosport 4K updated its logo. In Romania, this logo was used for the 2021 and 2022 Olympics before fully rebranding in November 2022.

Eurosport 1 4K[]

2022[]

Eurosport 1 4K

On November 10, 2022, Eurosport 4K was renamed to Eurosport 1 4K. This change was later reverted.

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