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How to Watch the U.S. Women’s Gymnastics Team at the Olympics

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After a long year of waiting, it is finally here. NS Tokyo Olympics 2020 will happen in 2021! HAVE SPORTS! But seriously, as someone who’s not an avid sports fan, there’s one sport that I’m excited to watch, and that’s women’s gymnastics. It is a sport that showcases dexterity and elegance, but also involves a lot of physically demanding stunts and death challenges.

This year will definitely be worth watching, given how long the athletes have been preparing at this point. And we all know that USA Women’s Gymnastics Team will try to reach the top — especially with GOAT and the almighty champion Simone Biles compete.

Here’s all the info you need to see Team America dominate the beams, bars, vaults and decks.

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Who’s on the US women’s gymnastics team?

There are six athletes representing the United States in women’s gymnastics this year. The four members of the group are Simone Biles, Sunisa Lee, Jordan Chiles and Grace McCallum. And the two individuals involved are MyKayla Skinner and Jade Carey. There were also four substitutes who accompanied them to Tokyo, and they were Kayla DiCello, Kara Eaker, Leanne Wong and Emma Malabuyo.

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But both Kara Eaker and Leanne Wong are currently in isolation after Kara – who shared a room with Leanne – tested positive for COVID-19.

What events do women’s gymnastics have?

There are four events in women’s artistic gymnastics (which are completely different from aerobics): diving, balance bars, crossbars, and floor exercises. It is up to the team coordinator to decide which events the athletes will compete in for the qualifications.

For the finals, only two people per country can compete, even if more than two equal qualifying points.

When can we watch Team America gymnasts?

Women’s gymnastics – from qualifying to final – will compete from July 24 to August 3. Team USA will begin competing on July 25 at 2:10 a.m. to 5:45 a.m. morning EST. After that, the athletes who pass the qualifying round will move on to the final round. See the schedule below:

  • July 27, Tuesday, 6:45 a.m. to 9:10 a.m. EST – All-rounder of the team event
    • July 29, Thursday, 6:50am to 9:05am EST – Individual All-Powerful Finals
      • August 1, Sunday, 4:00am to 7:10am EST – The last cavity and uneven bars Khoa
        • 2nd August, Monday, 4:00am to 6:40am EST – Final Exercise
          • August 3, Tuesday, 4:00am to 6:25am EST – Balanced Beam Ending cân

            I know. Strange hour. That’s because they’re competing on the other side of the world, so you know… that makes a lot of sense. But don’t worry! Because it will all be re-broadcast by NBC in prime time.

            Where can I tune in to see?

            NBC owns all the rights to broadcast the Tokyo 2020 Olympics in the US So if you have cable or streaming services like Hulu Live and Sling, simply tune in to Comcast NBC, NBC Sports, CNBC, USA Network, Golf Channel or Telemundo Deportes. Of course, the Olympic Channel will also stream all the events.

            You can also watch it live via NBC’s Peacock streaming platform or on demand. You can also use the NBC app or the NBC Sports app, or simply type “NBCOlympics.com” into your browser. And you’ve got it, guys! Now is the time to sit down, strap on and watch the amazing athletes defy gravity.

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