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Tokyo Olympics 2021 schedule today, July 28: events, sports, times, and how to watch

Catch all the information on the Olympics for today, July 28. Events, disciplines, times, and how to watch your favorite sport at the games.

Catch all the information on the Olympics for today, July 28. 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.

Men's gymnastics individual all-around final

The top 24 men advanced from the qualifying round to today's men's all-around final.

ROC's Nikita Nagornyy is the men's all-around final heavy favorite to win the gold medal. He has been the best in all-around competitions for two years. He has proved it by winning the European title in 2019 and 2021, as well as the world all-around crown in 2019.

But Japan's Hashimoto Daiki, who posted the highest score in qualifying, and China's Xiao Ruoteng, the 2017 world all-around champion, will also be aiming for glory in the Japanese capital.

06:15 a.m.

3x3 basketball Men's and Women's medal matches

It’s the last day of 3x3 basketball's debut at the Olympic Games. There will be eight games, including the men's and women's semifinals before the bronze and gold medal games start.

The attention will be on the USA women's team as they take on France at the Aomi Urban Sports Park in the last four.

The Americans, with WNBA stars Kelsey Plum, (Las Vegas Aces), Allisha Gray (Dallas Wings) and center Stefanie Dolson (Chicago Sky), will be willing to win a medal in the sport's Olympic debut.

They are USA’s only hope to win a medal after the men's team didn’t qualify for the Tokyo Games.

In the other women's semi-final, the ROC Team will take on the People's Republic of China in what promises to be an entertaining game.

On the men's side of the competition, Serbia and ROC will meet in the early semifinal while Belgium and Latvia clash in the later game, with a place in the gold-medal game on the line.

7:45 a.m. Women's Bronze Medal Game

8:15 a.m. Men's Bronze Medal Game

8:55 a.m. Women's Gold Medal Game

09:25 a.m. Men's Gold Medal Game

Men's golf round one

There will be no PGA Tour event played for the first time this year. That's because golf will be played at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

This is just the second golf competition at an Olympic Games since 1904 and the first-ever appearance for the sport during an Olympics held in Asia (the three previous instances happened in Europe, North America and South America).

The United States are represented by Justin Thomas, reigning Open champion Collin Morikawa, Xander Schauffele, and Bryson DeChambeau. All of them rank inside the top six in the world.

Rory McIlroy, and Masters champion Hideki Matsuyama will also compete for the gold medal.

06:30 p.m.

Swimming finals

Day six of Tokyo 2020 swimming will host five finals, one of which - the men's 800m freestyle - is set to debut at the Games. The men's 200m breaststroke, women's 200m butterfly, men's 100m freestyle and women's 4x200m freestyle relay finals are all set to take center-stage on July 29 local time.

In the evening there will be four heats taking place, including the women's 800m freestyle, men's 100m butterfly, women's 200m backstroke, and the mixed 4x100m medley relay.

In the men's 200m breaststroke final Izaac Stubblety-Cook (Australia) and Arno Kamminga (Netherlands) will fight for the gold medal, with USA's 28-year-old Nic Fink looking to make personal history with a podium place in his first Olympics.

One of the names of the Games, Caeleb Dressel of the United States, Kyle Chalmers (Australia) and Thomas Ceccon (Italy) will be ones to watch in the 100m men's freestyle, while the women's 200m butterfly will see Zhang Yufei (People's Republic of China) and Regan Smith (U.S.) hoping to be the fastest ones.

09:41 p.m. Women's 200m Freestyle Final

09:49 p.m. Men's 200m Butterfly Final

10:45 p.m. Women's 200m Individual Medley Final

10:54 p.m. Women's 1500m Freestyle Final

11:26 p.m. Men's 4 x 200m Freestyle Relay Final


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