Unlike yesterday, we're mostly looking at reruns tonight as primetime coverage will begin on NBCommercial at 8pm EDT, and the live events run from approx 7am-10pm JST, 11pm-2pm BST, 6pm-9am EDT, and 3pm-6am PDT.
#TokyoOlympics (@NBCOlympics) July 26, 2021
Primetime includes: Diving, Gymnastics, Swimming (live), Triathlon
Live events include: 3x3 Basketball, Archery, Artistic Gymnastics, Badminton, Basketball, Beach Volleyball, Boxing, Canoe Slalom, Cycling Mountain Bike, Diving, Equestrian, Fencing,
Medals in: Artistic Gymnastics (women's team), Canoe Slalom (women's kayak), Cycling Mountain Bike (women's cross-country), Diving (women's synchronized 10m platform), Equestrian (dressage team grand prix special), Fencing (women's epee team), Shooting (10m air pistol mixed team, 10m air rifle mixed team), Softball, Surfing (men's, women's), Swimming (men's 200m freestyle, women's 100m backstroke, men's 100m backstroke, women's 100m breaststroke), Taekwondo (women +67kg, men +80kg), Triathlon (women's individual), Weightlifting (women's 59kg, women's 64kg)
A schedule of all events can be found here, and today's page lets you see the events in your local time zone!
LOOK AT HER!! LOOK AT THIS ABSOLUTE BADASS WINNING THE PHILIPPINES ITS FIRST OKYMIC GOLD!!! SO PROUD!! HIDILYN DIAZ EVERYBODY!!!!!pic.twitter.com/ZT4HBuasyz— ri ️🖤 (@roses4corpse) July 26, 2021
The future of skateboarding Japanese! 🇯🇵🛹— Olympics (@Olympics) July 26, 2021
Hometown heroes Horigome Yuto and Nishiya Momiji have won the first two gold medals in #skateboarding’s Olympic debut, and at their home games no less.#JAP | @worldskatesb |@Japan_Olympic pic.twitter.com/GOQ1hid5Qf
The response to Gwen Berry’s protest, Sha’Carri Richardson’s disqualification, banned swim caps, and more have been a lot to take in while preparing for the biggest moment of their careers. https://t.co/z8H26NDNO4— Slate (@Slate) July 24, 2021
[Additional Hidilyn Diaz and Rayssa Leal tweets, I stan]
Updated: pic.twitter.com/O6uAkppJrs— Olympics (@Olympics) July 26, 2021
Until Monday, the Philippines had never won an Olympic gold medal. Then Hidilyn Diaz, a weight lifter at her fourth Games, finally broke the nearly century-long drought — and achieved two Olympic records in the process. https://t.co/cAmboFaxUW— The New York Times (@nytimes) July 26, 2021
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let's give some medals out to dancing horses!