Olympics on NBC Primetime, August 2nd

Japan 2020

Tonight, the stars of Team USA are back on the track, including the Olympic debut of Noah Lyles LIVE. And Women’s Gymnastics continues as Jade Carey goes for Gold on the floor. The Tokyo Olympics, tonight on WETM.

Events listed in air order, subject to change. 

DAYTIME
The afternoon begins with Equestrian Individual and Team Jumping finals, followed by Women’s Duet qualifiers in Artistic Swimming. Sprint qualifying continues in Canoeing. In Men’s Beach Volleyball, Jake Gibb and Tri Bourne face Germany. Megan Rapinoe and the rest of Team USA will play Canada in the Women’s Soccer semi-finals. Diving is next with Men’s 3m Springboard qualifying. Gymnastics finals continue with medal contests in Men’s Vault and Rings.

PRIME 
The night begins with American duo April Ross and Alix Klineman going up against Germany LIVE in the Women’s Beach Volleyball quarterfinals. Track & Field is LIVE with more qualifying rounds and finals. First-time Olympian Rai Benjamin is a medal contender in the Men’s 400m hurdles final, and London Gold medalist Brittney Reese and Tara Davis aim to win America’s third straight Gold in Women’s Long Jump. Sydney McLaughlin and Dalilah Muhammad will compete in the Women’s 400m hurdles semi-finals, and Allyson Felix and Noah Lyles will compete in qualifiers for the Women’s 400 and Men’s 200 respectively. In Women’s Gymnastics, it’s the floor final featuring Jade Carey, followed by the Women’s Soccer semi-final report. 

​​​​​​PRIME WEST
Men’s and Women’s Canoeing Sprint Finals LIVE 

PRIME PLUS
In Track and Field, the race for Gold is on in the Women’s 5000m final. Already a Tokyo medal winner, Andrew Capobianco competes in the Men’s 3m Springboard Diving semi-final.

TUESDAY
Simone Biles returns to compete in the final of the Balance Beam. She is the reigning world champion in the event, and this is her final opportunity to compete in Tokyo.

Copyright 2021 Nexstar Media Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

If you have a news tip or a correction to the story you can email it to us through this link. If you would like to send a comment to the author of the story, you can find their email on our Meet the Team page.

Olympic Medal Table Brought to you by

Trending Now