The London Olympic games television coverage will be aired on NBC networks and streamed online on their website. But with more than 300 events in 32 categories, who can keep track?
We can. See the full schedule of Olympic games on London2012.com.
Tonight's big events include the U.S. Women’s Gymastics team finals as the women go for gold, Michael Phelps in the 200-meter butterfly final and diving.
Tuesday’s schedule is again packed with action. On all NBC channels you’ll be able to find swimming, rowing, canoe/kayak, volleyball, water polo diving and more. Click here for the full TV schedule.
10:00A - 10:30A Canoe/Kayak
The first medal in Canoe/Kayak will be awarded in the men’s C-1 whitewater final. France’s Tony Estanguet could be in the mix for his third gold medal after winning in 2000 and 2004 and fourth in as many Olympiads.
10:30A - 11:15A Swimming
Swimming qualification continues with 11 races in four events, including Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte in the men’s 4x200 freestyle relay. Other races include the men’s 100m freestyle and 200m breaststoke, and the women’s 200m butterfly.
11:15A - 11:45A Rowing
Rowing reaches the quarterfinal stage in men’s and women’s single sculls, and semifinals in the men’s double sculls and lightweight four, plus repechages in five additional races.
11:45A - 1:30P Men's Volleyball: USA vs. GER
The defending Olympic gold champion United States had no trouble in its opener, beating Serbia in three sets behind a combined 31 points from Matt Anderson and 2008 Olympic MVP Clay Stanley. Also on Sunday, Germany was beaten in the first set 31-29 by Russia en route to a straight-set defeat.
1:30P - 2:00P Swimming
More qualifying heats in Swimming featuring four events and 11 races.
2:00P - 2:30P Rowing
Quarterfinals, semifinals and repechages in rowing, featuring 21 races over nine events.
2:30P - 4:00P Men's Water Polo: USA vs. ROU
Looking for its first men’s Water Polo gold in 108 years, Team USA opened play Sunday by holding off a late charge from Montenegro to win 7-6 as American Peter Varellas scored three goals. Nicolae Diaconu tallied three of his four goals during Romania’s 7-0 run in the second and third quarters as it went on to beat host Great Britain 13-4.
4:00P - 5:00P Men's Beach Volleyball
A men's qualifying-round match in Beach Volleyball featuring the U.S. team of Todd Rogers and Phil Dalhausser against Spain's Pablo Herrera and Adrian Gavira.
8:00P - 12:00A (8/1) NBC Primetime
The U.S. women target team gold in Gymnastics, plus Diving, Michael Phelps in the men's 200m fly final, and more.