Sad to say it, but the Rio 2016 Olympics are the last time we’ll see Ryan Lochte and Michael Phelps compete for a long time! HollywoodLife.com has your back, though, and won’t let you miss a moment of the action! Click through to watch a full day of Olympic swimming!
Are you here for the red, white and blue on top of the gold, silver and bronze? You’re in luck, because Team USA may dominate again in the swimming finals on August 10. Day 5 of the 2016 Rio Olympics is heating up to be one of the most exciting yet!
Coverage starts at 12:00pm ET, and you won’t want to miss a second. You can do that by checking out NBC’s official coverage of the Olympics events. All you gotta do is enter your cable info! CLICK HERE TO WATCH OLYMPICS SWIMMING LIVE STREAM.
Of the 22, read ’em, 22 swimming events happening in Rio on August 10, four competitions will be finals. That means medal ceremonies! We can’t wait to see who takes home the gold for each of these categories: Men’s 200m breaststroke, Women’s 200m butterfly, Men’s 100m freestyle, and Women’s 4x200m freestyle relay.
Catch those events at these times (all ET): Men’s 200m — about 9:00pm, Women’s 200m — about 9:54pm, Men’s 100m — about 10:00pm, Women’s 4×200 relay — 10:55pm. Happy watching! Rio Olympics 2016 Opening Ceremony — SEE PICS
It’s a bummer that Olympic champs Michael Phelps, 31, and Ryan Lochte, 32, are up for their last individual competition together, Men’s 200m individual medley. It’s going to be a tense event, for sure. After today, they’re both going on to compete in events like the Men’s 100m butterfly — and maybe rack up some more medals!
HollywoodLifers, are you watching the August 10 swimming competition? Tell us in the comments!