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Olympic gymnastics 2021: Time and TV schedule for women’s individual all-around final

Here’s how to watch the women’s gymnastics individual all-around competition at the 2021 Tokyo Summer Olympics.

Rebeca Andrade of Brazil poses during the awarding ceremony for the Women’s Uneven Bars Final at the 13th FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Cup in Doha, capital of Qatar, on June 25, 2021. Photo by Nikku/Xinhua via Getty Images

What was expected to be a race for silver and bronze is now wide open, as one of the most anticipated events of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics will be contested without Team USA’s Simone Biles.

Biles continues her recovery, and we may see her at the event finals later this week, but that opens the door for Americans Suni Lee and Jade Carey from Team USA competing as part of the 24 gymnasts to qualify. Carey is only eligible because of the withdrawal of Biles, as there is a two-competitors-per-country limit despite Carey finishing ninth in the preliminaries.

Brazil’s Rebeca Andrade was only behind Biles after qualifying, but only .233 points was the difference between her and Suni Lee in the top spot. Carey is a long shot for a medal, but her poor balance beam performance in the preliminaries leaves her plenty of room to post a medal-eligible score if she can land a clean routine.

The women’s gymnastics individual all-around competition begins at 6:50 a.m. ET Thursday, which is 7:50 p.m. in Tokyo.

Women’s Gymnastics Individual All-Around Final at Tokyo Olympics: Thursday, July 29th

Time: 6:50 a.m. ET on Thursday
TV channel:
Live stream: NBCOlympics.com

You can get the main feed by clicking here, or the women’s individual all-around apparatus feed here.

Here are the complete odds to win the women’s individual all-around at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics from DraftKings Sportsbook: