London 2012 Primetime Highlights: Day 15

First off, sorry I didn’t post a complete broadcast schedule today. Was busy with other things last night. But, here are the primetime highlights across CTV, TSN, Sportsnet, OLN and NBC this evening. Lots of medals given out (and taken away, kind of) on the penultimate day of the London 2012 Olympic Games.

CTV: Host Brian Williams gives a complete rundown of Day 15 highlights and results. With a focus on Canadian performances, the four hour show looks at Catharine Pendrel in mountain bike, Mark de Jonge, Hugues Fournel and Ryan Cochrane in canoe/kayak, Riley McCormick* and Eric Sehn* in men’s 10m platform diving and more. OLYMPIC PRIME TIME ON CTV also recaps the athletics events of the day – including another highly-anticipated race featuring Usain Bolt and Yohan Blake in the men’s 4x100m relay – and the men’s soccer final.

TSN: Host Darren Dutchyshen takes sports fans through four hours of Day 15 highlights including recaps of the women’s volleyball gold medal game between Brazil and the United States, the men’s soccer final featuring Brazil vs. Mexico and men’s taekwondo +80kg with Canada’s François Coulombe-Fortier.

Sportsnet: Host Brad Fay recaps Canadian mountain biker Catharine Pendrel’s quest for a medal in the women’s cross-country. Pendrel is also featured in The Experts, where she proves to bobsledders Helen Upperton and Shelley-Ann Brown just how hard her sport really is. Plus, Sportsnet looks back at the incredible journey of the Canadian women’s soccer team.

OLN: Men’s Hockey Final: Germany v. Netherlands

NBC Primetime: Track & Field finals include men’s 4×100 and women’s 4×400 relays. Also, the men’s platform Diving semifinal and final, and the women’s Volleyball final.

NBC Late Night: Finals in the 60kg, 84kg and 120kg weight classes in men’s freestyle Wrestling.

One thought on “London 2012 Primetime Highlights: Day 15

  1. It was another great day watching the Olympics, especially the track events! The bronze medal basketball game was entertaining and NBC had the gold medal game shown live.

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