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Meet some of the YouTubers vlogging from the Olympics

LOS ANGELES — Google got into the Olympics spirit this year by sending 15 of its most popular global YouTube stars to Rio.

The creators will provide everything from commentary of the Games’ celebrations to on-the-ground tours of Rio. 

YouTube said the creators will also be utilizing the platform's new mobile live streaming feature to "share real­-time moments from Brazil as they unfold," as well as 360­ degree videos.

So far, most of them have been also live tweeting their experiences using the hashtag "#creatorsinrio."

Get to know some of the group on the ground.

Koshy, a self-proclaimed "little brown girl with big dreams," has amassed 3.1 million subscribers to her channel since launching it in 2013.

The half-Indian, Texas native — who is known to her internet subscriebrs as Lizzza — first rose to fame on Vine, where she has 4 million followers.

She is known for funny videos including “How girls check out guys vs. How guys check out girls."

Smith, who has amassed almost 1.5 million subscribers to his channel, is known for his ultimate frisbee skills.

He and fellow frisbee champ Kurt Gibson recently competed on CBS' The Amazing Race, in a season filled with all social media stars.

The 30-year-old British vlogger is also a two-time World Champion kayak paddler and member of the British Flat Water Kayak Team.

Caeli Patricia Lopez, known for her comedic channel CaELike, has over 7 million subscribers.

The bubbly Mexican vlogger has also interviewed big name celebrities including Shakira and Sofia Vergara.

The 23-year-old is a beauty vlogger from Australia.

She has about 1.9 million subscribers to her channel, which is home to everything from makeup tutorials to travel video diaries.

The 26-year-old YouTuber hails from Sao Paolo, Brazil.

His channel, called fecastanhari, has over 7 million subscribers.

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