Tokyo Olympics 2021 schedule today, July 26: events, sports, times, and how to watch
Catch all the information on the Olympics for today, July 26. Events, disciplines, times, and how to watch your favorite sport at the games.
How to watch Games Live?
You can watch the Tokyo Olympic Games on T.V. via the NBC Sports Network channel, which offers 24-hour coverage, or on the Olympic Channel from 2 am to 8 pm E.T.
If you don't have a cable service provider, you can watch the Olympics live stream through NBCUniversal's streaming service Peacock or through streaming options NBC, Sling TV, FuboTV, Youtube T.V., among others.
No time to waste. The finals for the men's synchronized 10m platform event begin early.
This is day two of the diving competition.
Rio gold medalist champions Cao Yuan and Chen Aisen will again be the favorites these Olympics.
The top eight teams from the qualifying round on Saturday, July 24, advanced through to today's men's team final. Russia won the most recent gold medal at the World Championships in 2019, the first in the country's history, and Japan took gold in Rio 2016.
Japan will look to defend its title. This past Saturday, they qualified in first place for the team final leading three-time Olympic gold medallists China by 0.19 points.
We will have today the finals of the men's backstroke and freestyle finals. This year around, Michael Phelps will not compete, and it would be interesting to see who will take the torch and continue the job he did in putting U.S. swimming on the map.
Men's 200m freestyle,
Women's 100m backstroke,
Men's 100m backstroke,
Women's 100m backstroke
For more information, visit the official Olympic Website for schedules and results.
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