If you can't leap across the pond for the Olympic games, television coverage will be aired on NBC. See the full schedule of Olympic games on London2012.com.
The Monday schedule for the 2012 Olympics on NBC includes swimming, rowing, canoe/kayak, women's volleyball, women's water polo and men's beach volleyball. Don't forget to follow additional coverage shown on NBC's family of channels, incluing MSNBC, NBCSN, Bravo, CNBC, Telemundo and more —
check here for that schedule.
10:00a - 10:30a
Michael Phelps and Missy Franklin will be back in the pool for Team USA during Day 3 of qualifying heats. Phelps competes in the 200m butterfly, looking to eventually win his third straight gold in the event. Franklin, the 17-year-old Colorado phenom, will try to qualify in the 200m freestyle with Allison Schmitt – Phelps’ training partner.
10:30a - 11:00a
The Rowing competition rolls on with the men’s four, women’s double sculls, and repechages in five other races.
11:00a - 11:30a
Whitewater qualifying gets started with women’s K-1 heats.
11:30a - 1:30p
Women's Volleyball: USA vs. BRA LIVE (ET/CT)
Team USA's women's Volleyball team meets Brazil in a qualifying-round matchup.
1:30p - 1:45p
More qualifying heats and repechages in Rowing
1:45p - 2:30p
More qualifying heats in Swimming.
2:30p - 4:00p
Women's Water Polo: USA vs. HUN LIVE
Team USA’s Water Polo women will be looking to ultimately win their first gold medal after heartbreaking one-goal losses at each of the last two Games. The Americans settled for bronze in Athens after falling to Italy, and silver in Beijing with a defeat to the Netherlands. American attacker Brenda Villa - a three-time medal winner - will compete in her final Olympics.
4:00p - 5:00p
Men's Beach Volleyball LIVE (ET/CT)
A qualifying-round match in Beach Volleyball featuring Jake Gibb and Sean Rosenthal of Team USA against Poland's pair of Grzegorz Filjaek and Mariusz Prudel.
8:00p - 12:00a
In their first head-to-head duel in the London pool, defending Olympic champion Michael Phelps and reigning world champion Ryan Lochte race in the 200m freestyle final. Also, Jonathan Horton leads Team USA against the world in the men's Gymnastics team final, Diving crowns its champions in the men's synchronized platform event, and more.
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