Simone Biles Will Compete For 6 More Olympic Medals in Tokyo - Here's When to Watch

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TOKYO, JAPAN - JULY 25: Simone Biles of Team United States competes on balance beam during Women's Qualification on day two of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at Ariake Gymnastics Centre on July 25, 2021 in Tokyo, Japan. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)
TOKYO, JAPAN - JULY 25: Simone Biles of Team United States competes on balance beam during Women's Qualification on day two of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at Ariake Gymnastics Centre on July 25, 2021 in Tokyo, Japan. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

It's official: Simone Biles will lead the US women's gymnastics team to what could be Team USA's third straight Olympic gold in Tokyo. And, after finishing first in the individual all-around during qualifying - as well as in the top eight on beam, floor exercise, uneven bars, and vault - she'll also compete for five individual Olympic medals.

With that jam-packed schedule, Biles - who has already racked up an impressive number of Olympic medals - could tie or break the record for the most gold medals won by a single gymnast in the history of the Olympics. (She's already the most decorated gymnast in World Championship history, but who's counting?) Suffice to say, she's an athlete you're definitely going to want to keep an eye on in Tokyo. Check out her full competition schedule below.

When to Watch Simone Biles at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics

While a heavy medal favorite across the board, Biles will be facing some stiff competition on the mat, particularly on the uneven bars and beam. Below is her full schedule for both the team finals and individual events. Olympic sports are available for streaming on various NBC platforms (with a paid subscription to a partner cable, satellite, or streaming service), and the gymnastics events will be taped and repackaged to air that evening in primetime.

  • Women's Team Finals: Tuesday, July 27, at 6:45 a.m. ET. As a collective whole, Team USA will be looking to clench their third straight Olympic gold.

  • Women's Individual All-Around Finals: Thursday, July 29, at 6:50 a.m. ET. Biles will be one of two gymnasts representing the US in the all-around, joining teammate Sunisa Lee.

  • Women's Vault and Uneven Bars Finals: Sunday, Aug. 1, at 4:45 a.m. ET. Biles is expected to compete her Yurchenko double pike vault, which should almost guarantee that she'll defend her Olympic title.

  • Women's Floor Exercise Finals: Monday, Aug. 2, at 4:45 a.m. ET. As the reigning Olympic champ, Biles is likely to win the floor exercise final.

  • Women's Balance Beam Finals: Tuesday, Aug. 3, at 4:48 a.m. ET. In the 2016 Rio Olympics, Biles took home the bronze for her balance beam routine.

Under the current Olympic competition format, in team finals, three gymnasts from each team will compete per event for a total of 12 routines, all of which will count toward the final cumulative score. Whichever country has the highest score takes home the gold. In the individual all-around finals, the top 24 gymnasts from the qualifiers compete; however, there's a cap of two gymnasts per country. Olympic gymnastics will conclude with a final for each apparatus, in which eight women - with a maximum of two per nation - will compete for the gold, silver, and bronze in each event.

You know Biles and her Goldie the GOAT-embellished slides will show up ready to claim their rightful spot atop the podium. Be sure to set your alarm so you don't miss one second of what could be Olympic gymnastics history!

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