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2012 London Olympics Preview: TV Schedule, Streaming Information, Medal Events And More

Although nearly all swimming events have been completed at the 2012 London Olympics (men's and women's 10km marathon races are all that remain) Sunday promises to bring plenty of exciting moments in a variety of other sports. The men's 100m final is set to take place on Sunday, along with gold medal matches in fencing and tennis.

A complete list of medals up for grabs is below.

  • Women's marathon
  • Women's triple jump
  • Men's 100m
  • Men's hammer throw
  • Women's 400m
  • Men's 3000m steeplechase
  • Men's singles (badminton)
  • Men's doubles (badminton)
  • Women's 3m springboard (diving)
  • Men's team foil (fencing)
  • Men's floor exercise (gymnastics)
  • Women's vault (gymnastics)
  • Men's pommel horse (gymnastics)
  • Men's star (sailing)
  • Men's finn (sailing)
  • Men's 50m pistol (shooting)
  • Men's singles (tennis)
  • Women's doubles (tennis)
  • Mixed doubles (tennis)
  • Men's 55kg (wrestling)
  • Men's 74kg (wrestling)

Asjha Jones and Tina Charles, two former members of the UConn women's basketball team, will take on China for Team USA on Sunday. Princeton grad Donn Cabral is also competing in the 3000m steeplechase.

Information on TV coverage and how to watch online is below.

TV Coverage: Olympic coverage is available on NBC, NBCSN, MSNBC, CNBC, Bravo, and specialty channels for soccer and basketball. Coverage kicks off at 3 a.m. Eastern Time with badminton. For complete listings on when and where to see each match, click here.

Streaming Information: Live matches can be streamed online here (cable subscription required).

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