Usain Bolt will look to cement his legend by proving himself to be the fastest man in the world for the third straight Olympics. The two-time defending 100m gold medal winner is the favorite but American Justin Gatlin will try yet again to dethrone his Jamaican rival.
The first of three semifinals begins at 8 p.m. EST. The final is slated for 9:25 p.m. EST.
There are numerous ways to watch Bolt try to make history. NBC will broadcast the races live on television, and they will also be available to stream on your phone, tablet and computer. Here’s how to do so.
Men’s Track And Field 100M Viewing Details
Where: João Havelange Stadium | Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Date: Sunday, August 14th, 2016
Time: Semifinals begin at 8 PM EST; Final is at 9:25 PM EST
TV Channel: NBC
How To Stream Women’s Track And Field 100M On Your Phone
The track & field is going to be aired on NBC, which means that NBC will also be providing a live stream. The first of three semifinals starts at 8 PM EST, and the final is scheduled for 9:37 EST. Your best bet for a quality stream on your phone or tablet is via the NBC Sports app, which has been live streaming events throughout the Olympics.
The only downside to the free app is that it requires a cable subscription log-in. If you have one, the NBC Sports app works for both phones and tablets.
How To Stream Women’s Track And Field 100M On Your Computer
As we have been suggesting throughout the Olympics, head to NBC for the official coverage of the games. NBCOlympics.com is the official provider of online streams and NBCOlympics will even provide viewers with a free 30-minute preview for first-time users.
You can live stream the races at NBCOlympics.com