You’re looking at an early start to watch the 200m sprint in the US, with the women’s final scheduled to start at 8.50am ET / 5.50am on Tuesday morning, and the men’s final scheduled to start at 8.55am ET / 5.55am PT on Wednesday morning.
The better news is that the 200m sprint is part of the FREE live action being streamed by NBC’s dedicated streaming service Peacock.
Our guide to watching Olympics 2020 on Peacock will explain more, but you can see its coverage on your computer, iOS, Android, Apple TV, Android TVs and Amazon Fire TV Sticks.
Watch the Olympics 200m sprint without cable
If you’re at work or don’t fancy the early start, you can catch up at primetime on NBC. And if you don’t have the channel on cable, fear not.
Great value over-the-top streaming service Sling TV could be the answer. It offers NBC in select markets, as part of its $35 a month Blue package – which also include NBCSN and the USA Network.
And it usually has a really good deal on, like your first month for only $10 at the time of writing.
Alternatively, you may want to look at something like FuboTV. It carries loads more channels and is available to try with a free 7-day trial, but the monthly cost is higher, starting at $64.99.
And if you’re abroad right now, don’t forget that you can still tune in like you at home with the help of a good VPN. We explain in more detail below.