Here’s How to Watch Team USA Clean Up in Women’s Gymnastics Individual Events

Sunday morning starts the individual events for women’s gymnastics at the Rio Olympic Games. The top eight scorers for each apparatus during the qualifications continue on to compete in the finals. Only two gymnasts per country may participate in the apparatus finals, regardless of the overall ranking. From there, gymnasts compete for gold, silver, and bronze medals on each apparatus.

Team USA has all five members qualified for at least one individual event final. Simone Biles will be competing for three: floor, vault, and balance beam. Aly Raisman will compete on floor exercise. Laurie Hernandez will compete on balance beam. Gabby Douglas and Madison Kocian will both be competing on uneven bars. And given how amazing they’ve been, winning gold for the team finals, there’s no reason to think they won’t be killing these individual events. Especially when Biles and Raisman won gold and silver respectively in the all-around finals this week.

Yeah, we’d say Team USA’s chances are pretty good. Here’s what you need to know about watching them win:

Women’s Gymnastics Individual Events Details

Where: The Rio Olympic Arena in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Date: Sunday, August 14th – Tuesday, August 16th, 2016
Time: 10:00 AM PT every day
TV Channel: NBC Sports Network

Vault – Sunday, August 14th
Uneven bars – Sunday, August 14th
Balance beam – Monday, August 15th
Floor exercise – Tuesday, August 16th

How To Stream Women’s Gymnastics Individual Events On Your Computer

You’ll want to head over to NBC for the official coverage of the games. is the official provider of online streams. The channel will even provide viewers with a free 30-minute preview for first-time users. If you or your parents have cable, just log in once to verify your cable account and you’ll be able to watch the whole event uninterrupted (Chances are the temporary pass won’t reset if you’re using incognito mode).

You can live stream the events at

How To Stream Women’s Gymnastics Individual Events On Your Mobile Device

Similar to using your computer, NBC will be providing the live stream for mobile devices as well. Your best bet is going to be the NBC Sports app, which also requires a cable subscription log-in. Again, hit up your parents or friends who have cable; it won’t charge them anything. The NBC Sports app works great for both mobile phones and tablets.

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