Hundreds of Olympic medals will be handed out over the next two weeks, but you can't realistically watch every single event. Each day we'll narrow down the Olympic schedule for you and provide a guide to what you should be watching from Rio.
Note that not every sport will be broadcast live on television - especially if you live on the West Coast, where most broadcasts will be delayed - but you can stream all of the event finals as they happen on NBCOlympics.com or by using the NBC Sports app.
2:16 p.m. ET - Men's canoe single slalom final - NBCOlympics.com (live)
3:00 p.m. ET - Women's gymnastics team all-around final - NBCOlympics.com (live)/NBC (delayed)
The United States team, led by Simone Biles and Aly Raisman, is the heavy favorite to take gold. To watch the competition live, you'll have to stream it online via NBCOlympics.com or the NBC Sports app. Televised coverage will begin in primetime on NBC.
4:45 p.m. ET - Men's fencing individual epee final - NBCOlympics.com
9:19 p.m. ET - Women's 200m freestyle - NBC
U.S. medal hopeful: Katie Ledecky
9:28 p.m. ET - Men's 200m butterfly - NBC
U.S. medal hopeful: Michael Phelps
10:29 p.m. ET - Women's 200m individual medley - NBC
U.S. medal hopefuls: Madeline Dirado, Melanie Margalis
10:38 p.m. ET - Men's 4x200m freestyle relay
Favorites: USA, Great Britain, Australia