The team gold is up for grabs in women's gymnastics, with coverage in prime time on NBC (7-11 p.m., Ch. 5). The Americans haven't taken top honors since the 1996 Atlanta Games but they're looking strong in London.
Team USA breezed into the team finals, beating the second-place team in their group, Great Britain, by more than 11 points. That's sort of like winning a football game 45-14.
But the scoring starts from scratch in the final round, and the Americans will face stiff competition from defending Olympic gold medalists China, not to mention Romania and Russia.
It's East vs. West and a bit of a throwback to the Cold War days at the Olympics as North Korea and Team USA do battle in women's soccer (10:15 a.m., NBCSN/NBC soccer channel) Four other American teams are in action - vs. Germany in men's volleyball (10:45 a.m., NBC/Ch. 5); vs. Argentina in women's field hockey (noon, MSNBC); vs. Romania in men's water polo (1:30 p.m., NBC/Ch. 5); vs. Tunisia in men's basketball (3:15 p.m., NBCSN/NBC basketball channel). Can American Vincent Hancock win his second-straight gold medal in shooting? (2:45 p.m., NBCSN) Jamel Herring a Marine who served two tours in Iraq begins his Olympic boxing competition. (3-6 p.m., CNBC)
NBC PRIMETIME (7-11 p.m., Ch. 5): Swimming gold-medal finals in men's 200m butterfly and 4x200m freestyle relay; women's 200m freestyle and 200m IM; women's synchronized platform diving.
Equestrian (7:15 a.m., NBCSN): Can American Beezie Madden, who won a bronze four years ago, medal in the individual jumping event?
Swimming (9:30 a.m., NBC/Ch. 5): Qualifying in several events, including Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte in the men's 4x200 freestyle relay.
Men's beach volleyball (3 p.m., NBC/Ch. 5): Americans Todd Rogers and Phil Dalhausser vs. Spain's Pablo Herrera and Adrian Gavira.