TOKYO, Japan — The Tokyo Olympics are underway, and there is plenty of action kicking off the first full week of competition.
On Wednesday, after finishing fifth in the team final, U.S. men’s gymnasts Brody Malone and Sam Mikulak compete for the coveted individual all-around title. Three livestreams are available to watch starting at 6:15 a.m. ET, including one dedicated to the Americans.
The U.S. men’s basketball team seeks redemption after its opening loss to France. The Americans take on Iran early Wednesday morning. And the first Olympic medals in 3-on-3 basketball will be awarded, with coach Kara Lawson of Lady Vol fame hoping to lead Team USA to the gold medal match.
Men’s golf gets underway, minus two big names. Bryson DeChambeau and Jon Rahm are out after testing positive for COVID-19.
Five more swimming gold medals will be awarded and medals will be won in men’s rugby, men’s springboard synchronized diving, team equestrian and more.
Below are links to some of the bigger events and Team USA competitions happening between 12 a.m. – 11:59 p.m. ET Tuesday and Wednesday, which spans through Thursday morning in Japan. For a complete list of livestreams, visit nbcolympics.com and click “Explore Sports” or “Schedule.”
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These times and events may be subject to change.
1:00pm ET: NBC Daytime Coverage
8:00pm ET: NBC Primetime Coverage
11:59pm ET: NBC Prime Plus Coverage
12:40am ET: Men’s Basketball, USA vs. Iran
1:00am ET: Cycling, Men's Time Trial
2:00am ET: Diving, Men's Synchro 3m Springboard Final
3:30am ET: Rugby, Men's medal matches
4:00am ET: 3x3 Basketball, Men’s and Women’s Semifinals
5:30am ET: Fencing, Men's Team Sabre medal matches
6:15am ET: Gymnastics, Men's All-Around Main Coverage
6:30pm ET: Men's Golf, Round 1, Part 2
8:00pm ET: Rugby, Women's pool round, session 1
9:00pm ET: Cycling, BMX Racing quarterfinals
9:00pm ET: Men's Golf, Round 1, Part 2