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London Olympics: Aug. 5 TV schedule

4 a.m. – 7 p.m. NBCSN

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• Basketball (W) – Qualifying (LIVE)

• Tennis – Women's doubles final, S. Williams-V. Williams (U.S.) vs. Hlavackova-Hradecka (Czech Republic) (LIVE, 7 a.m.); mixed doubles final, Murray-Robson (Great Britain) vs. Mirnyi-Azarenka (Belarus) (LIVE, approx. 11 a.m.)

• Beach volleyball (W) – Quarterfinals (LIVE)

• Weightlifting (W) – Superheavyweight final (LIVE)

• Volleyball (W) – Qualifying

• Cycling – Track events (LIVE)

• Synchro swim – Duet qualifying

• Shooting (M) – Pistol final

6 a.m. – 6 p.m. Ch. 8

• Marathon – Women (LIVE, 6 a.m.)

• Tennis (M) – Final, Federer (Switzerland)-Murray (Britain) (LIVE, approx. 9 a.m.)

• Basketball (W) – U.S.--China (LIVE, 11:45 a.m.)

• Water Polo (W) – Quarterfinal, U.S.-Italy (LIVE, 2 p.m.)

• Volleyball (W) – U.S.-Turkey (LIVE, 3 p.m.)

• Beach volleyball (W) – Quarterfinals, U.S.-Czech Republic (LIVE, 5 p.m.)

• Cycling – Track final

• Equestrian – Team jumping final, Round 1

7 a.m. – 6 p.m. MSNBC

• Water polo (W) – Quarters (LIVE)

• Tennis (M) – Singles bronze, Djokovic (Serbia)-Del Potro (Argentina) (LIVE, 7 a.m.)

• Beach volleyball (W) – Quarterfinal (LIVE)

• Wrestling – Greco-Roman finals

• Field hockey (M) – Qualifying

• Table tennis (M) – Team quarter­finals

• Handball (W) – Qualifying (LIVE)

• Fencing (M) – Team foil quarterfinal: U.S.-France

• Badminton (M) – Doubles final, bronze

8:30 – 11:30 a.m. CNBC

• Boxing (W) – Elimination bouts (LIVE)

9 a.m. – 6 p.m. TELEMUNDO

• Marathon – Women

• Volleyball (W) – Qualifying

• Beach volleyball – Quarterfinals

• Tennis (M) – Final

• Boxing – Elimination bouts

3:30 – 5:30 p.m. CNBC

• Boxing (M) – Elimination bouts (LIVE)

7 p.m. – Midnight Ch. 8

• Gymnastics – Event finals: men's floor exercise, pommel horse; women's vault

• Track and field – Finals: men's 100M; women's 400M, triple jump

• Diving (W) – 3M final

• Beach volleyball (W) – Quarterfinals, U.S.-Italy

12:35 – 1:35 a.m. Ch. 8

• Track and field – Finals

• Badminton (M) – Singles final

Midnight – 2:30 a.m. TELEMUNDO

• Track and field – Finals

• Gymnastics – Event finals

• Diving (W) – 3M final

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South Korea93517


London Olympics: Aug. 5 TV schedule 08/04/12 [Last modified: Saturday, August 4, 2012 10:49pm]
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