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Then it's that massive 100m Freestyle final (11.37am JST), topped off with the Women’s 4 x 200m Freestyle Relay final (12.31pm JST) that will be the last medal event of the day, and will see the USA try to fend off Japan, China and Germany.

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Of course, there will be plenty of heats and semi-finals in between, so read on for how to watch the Men's 100m Freestyle final online and live stream Olympics swimming from anywhere today.

How to watch Men's 100m Freestyle final: live stream Olympics swimming in the US

It looks as though the Men's 100m Freestyle final (and today's other finals are being shown on NBC in the US, with coverage starting at 8pm ET / 5pm PT on Wednesday evening. That means you can also watch as part of the NBCOlympicscom streaming service and apps.

If you don't have NBC as part of your cable package, great value over-the-top streaming service Sling TV offers NBC in select markets, as part of its $35 a month Blue package - which also include NBCSN.

But be sure to check the Sling website for special offers - there's usually something eye-catching on. For example, at the time of writing you can get your first month for only $10.

If you subscribe to this or any other streaming service and find yourself unable to access it because you're out of the country, remember that you can use a VPN to tune into your usual coverage just like you would at home.

How to watch Men's 100m Freestyle final: live stream Olympics swimming for FREE in Australia

Aussie swimming fans can watch the Men's 100m Freestyle final for FREE Down Under, thanks to the 7plus streaming service.

Better still, the race is set for a very comfortable 12.37pm AEST start on Thursday afternoon.

Not only does the 7plus service have a massive range of Tokyo Olympics coverage, you can also watch it on a whole host of devices like PCs, Macs, iOS, Android, Fetch TV, Apple TV, PS4, Chromecast and more.

Not in Australia? Use a VPN if you're away from home, in order to tap into your domestic Olympics coverage.

Watch Men's 100m Freestyle final in the UK

The Men's 100m Freestyle final is set to begin at 3.37am BST on Wednesday night/Thursday morning, which means you've got a very late night in store if you want to tune in from the UK.

The better news is that it's being shown on BBC One and on the BBC iPlayer streaming service in the UK, which means it's completely FREE to watch (though you should possess a valid TV Licence).

If you're already a subscriber, Discovery+ and Eurosport are also showing the Men's 100m Freestyle final.

Each one costs £6.99 per month or a bargain £29.99 for a whole year. And if you want to see just how comprehensive the coverage is (spoiler alert: very!) then there's also a three-day free trial you can take advantage of.

If you’re out of the UK for the 2020 Olympic Games, make sure you install a VPN so you can continue accessing UK streaming services from anywhere - whether that's on the BBC, Discovery+ or Eurosport.

How to watch Men's 100m Freestyle final FREE: live stream Olympics swimming in Canada

Swimming fans based in Canada can watch the Men's 100m Freestyle final through CBC Sports, with the race set to get underway at 10.37pm ET / 7.37pm PT on Wednesday evening.

It's being shown through the channel's standalone streaming service, and better still, CBC Gem offers a 1-month FREE trial. After that, a subscription costs CA$4.99 per month.

In fact, if you're really lucky, this one may even end up being shown completely free on the CBC website and across its apps for iOS, Android, Apple TV, Android TV, select Smart TVs and Amazon Fire TV Stick. So double-check there before you sign up to anything.

Sportsnet and TSN are also offering plenty of Olympics coverage, but at the time of writing it isn't totally clear if either of them will be showing the swimming.

Want to watch your coverage from abroad? Then don't forget that using a VPN is a great way to watch coverage overseas.