Olympic Broadcast Schedule: Day 6 (Thursday, August 2)

2011 World bronze medallist Martha McCabe looks to add to Canada’s medal total in the pool when she swims in the women’s 100m breaststroke final. (photo credit: Adam Pretty/Getty Images)

Each day during the 2012 Olympic Games the Canadian Sports Media Blog, in conjunction with Channel Canada, will provide an Olympic broadcast schedule for all official broadcasters that are available in Canada. These include CTV, TSN, Sportsnet, OLN, RDS, V, RDS2, ATN, OMNI, plus American broadcaster NBC. After the broadcast schedule is a complete list of events for the day (today you will have to check Channel Canada for this). Many of these are available for live streaming on CTVOlympics.ca.

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ENGLISH ROADCASTERS: CTV, TSN, Sportsnet, OLN, NBC
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CTV MORNING

Rowing: Semifinals/Finals (live; 4:00am)
Tennis: Quarterfinals/Semifinals (live; 8:00am)
Judo: Men’s 100kg & Women’s 78kg medal round (live; 10:00am)

TSN MORNING

Swimming: Preliminary Heats (live; 6:00am)
Canoe Slalom: Men’s C2 & Women’s K1 Finals (live; 8:30am)

SPORTSNET MORNING

Men’s Beach Volleyball: Alison/Emanuel (BRA) v. Lupo/Nicolai (ITA) (6:00am)
Women’s Beach Volleyball: Cicolari/Menegatti (ITA) v. Lessard/Martin (CAN) (live; 7:00am)
Women’s Hockey: Australia v. United States (8:00am)
Men’s Water Polo: Montenegro v. Serbia (live; 9:00am)
Track Cycling: Team Sprints/Men’s Team Pursuit (live; 11:00am)

OLN DAYTIME

Equestrian: Team Dressage (live; 6:00am)

NBC DAYTIME

Swimming: Preliminary Heats (10:00am, 10:40am and 12:30pm)
Canoe Slalom: Men’s C2 Final (live; 10:15am)
Women’s Beach Volleyball: Kessy/Ross (USA) v. Lilliana/Baquierzo (ESP) (live; 11:30am)
Cycling: Team Sprint Finals (live; 12:45pm)
Men’s Water Polo: United States v. Great Britain (live; 1:20pm)
Rowing: Finals (2:20pm)
Men’s Volleyball: Brazil v. United States (live; 3:00pm)

CTV DAYTIME

Gymnastics: Women’s All-around Final (live; 11:30am)
Swimming: Semifinals/Finals (live; 2:30pm)
Tennis: Quarterfinals/Semifinals (4:15pm)

TSN DAYTIME

Women’s Beach Volleyball: Maria/Talita (BRA) v. Bawden/Palmer (AUS) (live; 12:30pm)
Women’s Beach Volleyball: Dampney/Mullin (GBR) v. Khomyakova/Ukolova (RUS) (1:30pm)
Men’s Basketball: Brazil v. Russia (3:00pm)

SPORTSNET DAYTIME

Boxing: Men’s 60kg round of 16 (2:00pm)
Men’s Volleyball: Brazil v. United States (live; 3:00pm)

CTV PRIMETIME (7:00pm-11:00pm LOCAL)

The four-hour show recaps the women’s individual all-around final and examines the mechanics of a gymnast’s body in a Superbodies segment on the balance beam with Dr. Greg Wells. Rowing Prime Time Studio Analyst Marnie McBean joins Williams in studio for a review of Canada’s performance in the women’s eights final. Viewers can also watch a profile on three-time gold medallist Chris Hoy during a recap of the day’s track cycling: team sprint competition, along with an entertainingDifference Makers with Rick Hansen on shot putter Dylan Armstrong and his beloved coach Dr. Anatoliy Bondarchuk, who won gold in the hammer throw at Munich 1972.

TSN PRIMETIME (7:00pm-10:00pm)

Recaps of canoe/kayak, men’s boxing, men’s basketball, men’s volleyball and a look at how Canada’s women’s eights team fared in the final earlier in the day.

SPORTSNET PRIMETIME (7:00pm-11:00pm ET/MT/PT)

the women’s eights final as the Canadian team battles for rowing gold. The popular Superbodies feature returns to OLYMPIC PRIME TIME ON SPORTSNET with a look at the toll rowing takes on the body. Plus, full beach volleyball and tennis coverage from Day 6.

OLN PRIMETIME (7:00pm-11:00pm)

Equestrian: Team Dressage

NBC PRIMETIME (8:00pm-Midnight ET/PT)

Gymnastics crowns its women’s all-around champ, plus Swimming finals (Phelps vs. Lochte in 200m IM), the U.S. Beach Volleyball team of Rogers and Dalhausser, and more.

NBC LATE NIGHT (12:35am-1:35am ET/PT)

The final in women’s K-1 whitewater, plus the men’s singles final in Table Tennis.
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DIFFUSEURS FRANCOPHONE: V, RDS, RDS2
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LONDRES 2012 à V

Aviron: Demi-finale/Finale (direct; 4:30am)
Boxe: Hommes Ronde des 16 (direct; 8:30am)
Cyclisme sur piste: Demi-finale/Finale (direct; 11:00am)
Water-polo Hommes: GBR v. EU (direct; 1:20pm)
Basketball Hommes: ESP v. GBR (direct; 3:00pm)

LONDRES 2012 à RDS

Volleyball de plage Hommes: NED v. LAT (direct; 4:00am)
Natation: Séries (direct; 5:00am)
Volleyball de Plage Femmes: CAN v. ITA (direct; 7:10am)
Tennis: Quarts de finale (direct; 8:00am)
Judo: Femmes (78kg), Hommes (100kg) (direct; 9:00am)
Gymnastique Artistique: Femmes Général Individuel Finale (direct; 11;30am)
Tennis: Quarts de finale (direct; 1:30pm)
Natation: Demi-finale/Finale (direct; 2:30pm)
Boxe: Hommes Ronde des 16 (direct; 4:05pm)

LONDRES 2012 à RDS2

Judo: Femmes (78kg), Hommes (100kg) Qualification (direct; 4:30am)
Tennis: Quarts de Finale (direct; 9:00am)
Basketball Hommes: EU v. NGR (direct; 5:00pm)

Aujourd`hui à Londres à V (7:00-11:00pm)

Host Jean Pagé examines the day’s highlights.

Aujourd`hui à Londres à RDS (7:00-11:00pm)

Host Chantal Machabée presents the highlights from the third day of London 2012 competition.
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MULTICULTURAL BROADCASTERS: OMNI, ATN
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ATN

Archery: Women’s Individual (live; 9:00am) – Urdu
Gymnastics: Women’s All-around Final (live; 11:30am) – Bangla

OMNI.1

Italian Primetime (8:30-9:00pm)
Portuguese Primetime (9:30-10:00pm)

OMNI.2

Badminton: Quarterfinals/Semifinals (live; 12:00pm) – Cantonese
Mandarin Primetime (8:30-9:00pm)
Cantonese Primetime (9:30-10:00pm)

OMNI Alberta

Badminton: Quarterfinals/Semifinals (live; 12:00pm) – Cantonese
Italian Primetime (8:00-8:30pm MT)
Portuguese Primetime (8:30-9:00pm MT)
Cantonese Primetime (9:00-9:30pm MT)
Mandarin Primetime (9:30-10:00pm MT)

OMNI BC

Badminton: Quarterfinals/Semifinals (live; 12:00pm) – Cantonese
Mandarin Primetime (8:30-9:00pm PT)
Punjabi Primetime (9:30-10:00pm PT)
Cantonese Primetime (10:00-10:30pm PT)
Italian Primetime (10:30-11:00pm PT)

The Canadian Sports Media Blog is in no way affiliated with any Olympic broadcaster or the Olympic Games themselves. I take no responsibility for any errors in this schedule as it is subject to change and updates can happen at any time.

Olympic Broadcast Schedule: Day 2 (Sunday July 29)

2011 World silver medallists Jennifer Abel and Émilie Heymans are among the favourites in women’s 3m synchro diving (photo credit: Rodrigo Buendia/AFP/Getty Images)

Each day during the 2012 Olympic Games the Canadian Sports Media Blog, in conjunction with Channel Canada, will provide an Olympic broadcast schedule for all official broadcasters that are available in Canada. These include CTV, TSN, Sportsnet, OLN, RDS, V, RDS2, ATN, OMNI, plus American broadcaster NBC. After the broadcast schedule is a complete list of events for the day. Many of these are available for live streaming on CTVOlympics.ca.

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ENGLISH ROADCASTERS: CTV, TSN, Sportsnet, OLN, NBC
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CTV MORNING

Rowing: Preliminary Heats/Repechage (live; 4:00am)
Swimming: Preliminary Heats (live; 6:00am)
Diving: Women’s 3m Synchronized (live; 10:00am)
Men’s Basketball: France v. United States (11:00am)

TSN MORNING

Rowing: Preliminary Heats/Repechage (live; 6:00am)
Cycling: Women’s Road Race (live; 7:00am)
Women’s Beach Volleyball: Goller/Ludwig (GER) v. Bawden/Palmer (AUS) (live; 11:30am)

SPORTSNET MORNING

Gymnastics: Women’s qualification (live; 6:00am)
Tennis: (live; 7:40am)
Gymnastics: Women’s qualification (live; 9:45am)

OLN DAYTIME

Canoe Slalom: Men’s C1 and K1 Heats (live; 8:30am)
Men’s Soccer: Brazil v. Belarus (1:00pm)

NBC DAYTIME

Cycling: Women’s Road Race (live; 7:00am)
Swimming: Preliminary Heats (11:00am and 1:30pm)
Men’s Volleyball: United States v. Serbia (live; 11:45am)
Gymnastics: Women’s qualification (2:00pm)
Men’s Water Polo: United States v. Montenegro (live; 2:40pm)
Rowing: Preliminary Heats/Repechage (3:40pm)
Women’s Beach Volleyball: Kessy/Ross (USA) v. Gallay/Zonta (ARG) (live; 4:00pm)
Men’s Beach Volleyball: Dalhausser/Rogers (USA) v. Asahi/Shiratori (JPN) (live; 5:00pm)

CTV DAYTIME

Men’s Volleyball: United States v. Serbia (1:00pm)
Swimming: Semifinals/Finals (live; 2:30pm)
Weightlifting: Men’s 56kg Final (5:00pm)

TSN DAYTIME

Women’s Beach Volleyball: Dampney/Mullin (GBR) v. Lessard/Martin (CAN) (live; 12:30pm)
Boxing: Men’s 60kg & 69kg round of 32 (1:30pm)
Women’s Beach Volleyball: Maria/Talita (BRA) v. Meppelink/van Gestel (NED) (live; 3:00pm)

SPORTSNET DAYTIME

Weightlifting: Women’s 53kg Final (1:30pm)
Gymnastics: Women’s qualification (live; 3:00pm)

CTV PRIMETIME (7:00pm-11:00pm LOCAL)

A complete rundown of Day 2 highlights and results. During a focus on rowing, Williams is joined in studio by Rowing Prime Time Studio Analyst Marnie McBean and Dr. Greg Wells, who tees up a Superbodies segment on Canada’s women’s eights team. The four-hour show also includes features on cyclist Clara Hughes, divers Émilie Heymans and Jennifer Abel, swimmers Missy Franklin and Michael Phelps, and Brittany Rogers in a Difference Makers with Rick Hansen segment

TSN PRIMETIME (7:00pm-11:00pm)

Extended looks at men’s boxing, beach volleyball and weightlifting. Dutchyshen also brings fans highlights from women’s road cycling with a focus on Clara Hughes.

SPORTSNET PRIMETIME (7:00pm-11:00pm ET/MT/PT)

Features the U.S. men’s basketball team as they begin their highly-anticipated quest for gold against France. Sportsnet also goes Upclose with American swimmer Ryan Lochte – Michael Phelps’s biggest rival – while Canadian divers Émilie Heymans and Jennifer Abel look to hit the podium in the women’s synchronized three-metre springboard event.

OLN PRIMETIME (7:00pm-10:00pm)

Cycling: Women’s Road Race

NBC PRIMETIME (8:00pm-Midnight ET/PT)

Jordyn Wieber and the U.S. women’s gymnasts make their London debuts in qualification-round competition. Swimming finals include the men’s 4x100m free relay, won dramatically in 2008 by the United States behind Jason Lezak’s heroic surge. Plus, Diving’s first gold medal is awarded in the women’s synchronized springboard event.

NBC LATE NIGHT (07:30am-1:30am ET/PT)

Women’s team Gymnastics takes center stage, and Canoe/Kayak gets underway in London with qualifying rounds in whitewater events.
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DIFFUSEURS FRANCOPHONE: V, RDS, RDS2
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LONDRES 2012 à V

Aviron: Séries, Repechages (en direct; 4:30am)
Cyclisme sur route: Femmes (en direct; 7:00am)
Basketball hommes: États-Unis c. France (en direct)
Volleyball hommes: États-Unis c. Serbie (en direct; 11:45am)
Tennis: Premiere Ronde (en direct; 1:20pm)
Soccer hommes: Grande-Bretagne c. Émirats Arabes Unis (en direct; 2:45pm)
Boxe: Hommes 60kg/69kg ronde des 32 (en direct; 4:45pm)

LONDRES 2012 à RDS

Volleyball de plage femmes: Cicolari/Menegatti (ITA) c. Khomyakova/Ukolova (RUS) (en direct; 4:00am)
Natation: Séries (en direct; 5:00am)
Plongeon: Femmes 3m synchronisé (en direct; 10:00am)
Haltérophilie: Femmes 53kg finale (en direct; 10:40am)
Soccer hommes: Corée c. Suisse (en direct; 12:30pm)
Natation: Demi-Finale/Finales (en direct; 2:30pm)
Basketball hommes: Grande-Bretagne c. Russie (en direct; 4:25pm)
Basketball hommes:  Argentine c. Lituanie (en direct; 5:15pm)

LONDRES 2012 à RDS2

Tennis: Premiere Ronde (en direct; 6:30am)
Gymnastique: Qualification femmes (en direct; 9:45am)
Haltérophilie: Hommes 62kg finale (en direct; 2:00pm)
Basketball hommes (6:00pm)

Aujourd`hui à Londres à V (7:00-06:00pm)

Host Jean Pagé examines the day’s daily highlights

Aujourd`hui à Londres à RDS (7:00-06:00pm)

Host Chantal Machabée presents the highlights from the second day of London 2012 competition
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MULTICULTURAL BROADCASTERS: OMNI, ATN
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ATN

Archery: Women’s Team Final (live; 10:00am) – Urdu

OMNI.1/Alberta/BC

Men’s Soccer: Brazil v. Belarus (12:00pm) – Portuguese
Men’s Soccer: Spain v. Honduras (live; 2:45pm) – Portuguese
Portuguese Primetime (7:00pm-9:00pm ET/MT/PT)
Italian Primetime (9:00pm-11:00pm ET/MT/PT)

The Canadian Sports Media Blog is in no way affiliated with any Olympic broadcaster or the Olympic Games themselves. I take no responsibility for any errors in this schedule as it is subject to change and updates can happen at any time.

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