Published July 30, 2012
The swimming portion of the 2012 Olympics continues on Monday, as four more individual events all have finals set for Monday afternoon.
The headliner will be the men's 200 meter free, where Ryan Lochte will try to rebound from his disappointing performance in the final leg of the 4x100 free on Sunday as he goes for his second individual gold of these Olympics.
Michael Phelps won the race in Beijing, but with him cutting back his event schedule in London, Lochte's biggest competition will come from Park Taehwan of South Korea, the silver medalist in 2008.
Team USA will be represented in the other three races, with Missy Franklin (women's 100M backstroke), Nick Thoman and Matt Grevers (men's 100M backstroke) as well as Rebecca Soni and Larson Breeja (women's 100M breaststroke) going for gold.
You can watch the finals live at 1:40 PM Eastern on NBC's online streaming service, but they won't be on TV until NBC's prime time block at 7PM Monday.
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