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 swimming and diving finals, the men's all-around medal round in gymnastics and Team USA volleyball.
Wednesday’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 - 11:05A Cycling
The time trial for men's cycling to be joined live in progress. Fabian Cancellara reportedly will compete after being injured during Saturday's road race. Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins of Great Britain is also expected to ride.
11:05A - 11:30A Swimming
American swimmers Michael Phelps, Ryan Lochte and Missy Franklin are expected in the pool as qualification continues with 14 races over five events. The men will swim the 200m backstroke and 200m individual medley, while the women compete in 4x200m freestyle, 200m breaststroke and 100m freestyle.
11:30A - 12:30P Men's Beach Volleyball
More qualifying-round action in men's Beach Volleyball featuring Team USA's Jake Gibb and Sean Rosenthal againt Lativia's Aleksandrs Samoilovs and Ruslans Sorokins.
12:30P - 1:20P Swimming
More qualifying heats in swimming featuring five events and 14 races.
1:20P - 2:30P Women's Water Polo: USA vs. ESP
The United States, the 2008 silver medalist, faces Spain in the second round of Group A preliminary matches. The U.S. narrowly defeated Hungary, 14-13, its first game, while Spain defeated China, 11-6.
2:30P - 3:00P Canoeing
Another medal in Canoe/Kayak will be awarded following the men’s K-1 whitewater final. In this event, Germans have won gold in three of the last four Olympics while the British have taken silver in two of the last three.
3:00P - 4:45P Women's Volleyball: USA vs. CHN
The top-ranked United States takes on China in the third round of Group B preliminary matches. Both squads are 2-0, the U.S. coming off a strong 3-1 win against rival Brazil – the country the U.S. lost to for the 2008 gold medal.
4:45P - 5:00P Rowing
The first medals will be won at Eton Dorney in the women’s pair and quadruple sculls and the men’s eight. Plus, semifinal action in three other events, including the men’s quadruple sculls.
8:00P - 12:00A (8/2) NBC Primetime
Swimming and Diving finals, plus the crowning of the men's all-around champion in Gymnastics and a Beach Volleyball match involving Team USA.