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Thursday's Olympic Coverage TV Schedule

NBC's coverage of the London 2012 Summer Olympics

The London Olympic games television coverage will be aired on NBC networks and streamed online on their website. But with more than 300 events in 32 categories, who can keep track?

We can. See the full schedule of Olympic games on London2012.com.

Thursday’s NBC schedule is jam-packed. Michael Phelps goes head-to-head with teammate Ryan Lochte in the 200-meter IM, women's gymnastics heats up again with the all-around competition, featuring two of the gold medal-winning U.S. team, plus a medal round in the exciting kayak events. (If you haven't watched this, do yourself a favor).

On all NBC channels there is no lack of events to choose from. Click here for the full TV schedule.

12:35A - 1:35A NBC Late Night
Swimming takes center stage with semifinals in the women's 200m breaststroke, plus the women's time trial in Cycling.

1:35A - 4:30A NBC PT Repeat
Swimming and Diving finals, plus the crowning of the men's all-around champion in Gymnastics.

10:00A - 10:15A Swimming
Swimming qualification races continue with Americans Michael Phelps and Missy Franklin scheduled to compete. Phelps will swim the 100m butterfly – and event he won by .01 seconds in Beijing four years ago. Franklin is slated to compete in the 200m backstroke. Other races include the men’s 50m freestyle and women’s 800m freestyle.

10:15A - 10:40A Canoe/Kayak
The last gold medal in Canoe/Kayak’s slalom will be presented to the winner of the men’s C-2 whitewater final. Slovakian twin brothers Pavol and Peter Hochschorner may win their fourth straight Olympic gold.

10:40A - 11:30A Swimming
More qualifying heats in Swimming (four events, 12 races.)

11:30A - 12:30P Women's Beach Volleyball
More qualifying-round action in women's Beach Volleyball featuring Team USA's Jennifer Kessy and April Ross against Spain's Lilliana and Elsa Baquierzo.

12:30P - 12:45P Swimming
More qualifying heats in Swimming (four events, 12 races.)

12:45P - 1:20P Cycling
Nations from western Europe have dominated this event since 2000 with France, Germany and Great Britain all winning gold. Chris Hoy, a two-time medalist in this event, returns to anchor the host country’s team.

1:20P - 2:20P Men's Water Polo: USA vs. GBR
The men's Water Polo team from the United States plays versus Great Britain in a qualifying-round matchup.

2:20P - 3:00P Rowing
More medals will be won at Eton Dorney following the finals of the women’s eight and men’s lightweight four. Plus, semifinals in four events – the women’s single and lightweight double sculls, and the men’s four and lightweight four.

3:00P - 5:00P Men's Volleyball: USA vs. BRA
The U.S. men's Volleyball team meets Brazil in qualifying-round play.

8:00P - 12:00A (8/3) NBC Primetime
Gymnastics crowns its women's all-around champ, plus Swimming finals (Phelps vs. Lochte in 200m IM), the U.S. Beach Volleyball team of Rogers and Dalhausser, and more.

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