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Thursday's Olympic TV Schedule

More BMX, javelin and 4x100 relay races

We've rounded the bend on the London 2012 Olympic games, which wrap up with closing ceremonies on Sunday. And Thursday's schedule reflects another full day of competition. Gold will be awarded in men's 110m hurdles, women's BMX gets underway and swimming marathons will be held.

The U.S. Women's Soccer Team is ending their run in the finals against Japan today on the NBC Sports Network. Sound familiar? Last year's Women's World Cup left the U.S.A defeated and Japan victorious. Today's game is the last Olympic competition for American veteran and captain, not to mention New Jersey native, . Check your local listings for the specific channel.

For the full schedule of events, see the London 2012 official site. As always the NBC Olympic site will be streaming all events live as they happen and the NBC networks will carry various portions throughout the length of the games.

 

12:05A - 1:05A NBC Late Night 

Qualifying rounds in the men's javelin and women's BMX Cycling.

1:35A - 4:30A NBC PT Repeat 

Gold is determined on the beach (women's final) and track (men's 110m hurdles). Plus women's platform Diving.

10:00A - 11:45A Women's Volleyball

Women's Volleyball Semfinal Match 1

11:45A - 12:00P Swimming 

The women's 10km marathon in Swimming to be joined in progress.

12:00P - 12:45P Track & Field 

More qualifying runs in Track & Field, including the men’s 4x400 relay – a race Team USA has dominated. Oscar Pistorius is expected to run on his two carbon-fiber prostheses for the South African team.

12:45P - 1:00P Swimming 

The women's marathon in Swimming.

1:00P - 1:30P Canoe/Kayak

Four more gold medals in flatwater Canoeing are to be given out to the winners of the men’s C-2 1000m and K-4 1000m, and the women’s K-1 and K-2 500m races.

2:45P-4:30P

Women's Soccer (on NBC Sports Network, check local listings)

The U.S. Olympic Soccer team is competing in the gold medal race against Japan today, a re-match of the Women's World Cup. This is the last Olympic game for U.S. captain and New Jersey native, Christie Rampone.

1:30P - 3:00P Women's Water Polo

The bronze-medal match in women's Water Polo.

3:00P - 4:00P Women's Water Polo

The gold-medal match in women's Water Polo.

4:00P - 5:00P Beach Volleyball

The bronze-medal match in Beach Volleyball.

8:00P - 12:00A (8/10) NBC Primetime 

Track and Field finals include the men's 200m, plus semifinals and finals in women's platform Diving, the men's final in Beach Volleyball, and quarterfinal action in men's BMX Cycling.

Nathan Boulman August 09, 2012 at 02:10 PM
By the way, for all of the crazy parents out there who think their child is going to be the next Olympic athlete, does anyone know how many athletes are participating at the current Olympic games that reside from New Jersey? I would love to know....it would help to keep your perspective.
Kaitlyn Anness August 09, 2012 at 04:44 PM
Nathan, here is a list of NJ athletes in the London Olympcis http://marlboro-coltsneck.patch.com/articles/meet-your-olympians-4d812ed9
debra August 09, 2012 at 06:55 PM
@Nathan,why do you think its crazy for parents to think that? how do you think the athletes got where they are now? I wonder how many athletes that are not on that list should be. i know of one Erison Hertault from matawan. although not representing US he was a graduate of Matawan,he represented Dominica in olympics.

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