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The 2021 Tokyo Olympics are hitting the main stretch this week as track & field opens up. While Usain Bolt won’t be running in this year’s Olympics, there’s still plenty of star power across the board, including Noah Lyles on the men’s side Erriyon Knighton as well as Gabby Thomas and Allyson Felix on the women’s side. Also keep an eye out for the likes of Ryan Crouser to see if he can set any more records in shot put. Among those not present at the games will be Sha’Carri Richardson, who finished tops in the women’s 100 meters before testing positive for marijuana. This year’s track and field coverage will be available to watch during primetime NBC broadcasts. Fans can also stream those broadcasts via Peacock and fuboTV (free trial).
How to watch track and field at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics
When do the events start? When are the finals? Fans will be able to follow this year’s track & field coverage starting Thursday, July 29 at 8 p.m. EST as the first wave of events start out. The finals for various events will be spread throughout the schedule. Check out the full schedule below to find out when each event will finish. The final event will be the Men’s Marathon at 6:15 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 8.
When can I watch Olympic track & field on TV? - Track and field events will mainly be broadcast during “NBC Primetime” broadcasts on NBC, which feature highlights as well as live and delayed broadcasts from Tokyo. However, not all events will be broadcast live. Most of the early qualifying events will only be broadcast on streaming services