Michael Phelps is set to run the 200-Meter Butterfly final on Day 4, Tuesday of the 2012 Olympics events. The star swimmer has been less than impressive coming into the London games, but experts suggest this Olympic match is one Phelps just can't lose.
The Olympic Games has seen some fantastic contests so far, but London 2012 is set to be lit on fire by the fastest man in the world, Usain Bolt. The Jamaican sprinter is preparing to take to the track later this week on Saturday, which will spark a full week of sprint events that will see Bolt competing for three different gold medals. Below are details of all of Bolt's events and race schedules.
Michael Phelps will be racing in the highly anticipated 200-Meter Butterfly final in the 2012 London Olympics. Although he began the 2012 Olympics swimming games with a disappointing fourth place finish, experts and fans agree that the fly final is a guaranteed victory for Phelps.
Michael Phelps dominated the Beijing Olympics in 2008, winning 8 gold medals. The star swimmer quickly disappointed in the 2012 London Olympic games coming in fourth place during the first race. However, after winning silver in the 4x100 Freestyle relay on Monday, Americans are hopeful Phelps will break the all-time record of Olympic medal earnings while in London.
The 2012 London Olympic schedule for Day 4 features many exciting matches for NBC streaming. The US Olympic Men's basketball team includes Lebron James, Kobe Bryant, Carmelo Anthony, and Kevin Durant. Other countries competing tomorrow are China vs. Russia, Australia vs. Spain, Lithuania vs. Nigeria and France against Argentina.
Lolo Jones, an American track and field runner in the 2012 London Olympics, sat down with Access Hollywood recently to talk about her love life. Although Jones is a record breaking athlete, the star runner admits things are rather dry when it comes to relationships.
The London Olympic games schedule for the 2012 is on it's third full day of events. The Monday Olympic games will be full of anticipated moments to catch on NBC live streaming and broadcasting (time below). Day 3 will feature Men's Diving, Hockey, Swimming, and more!
The London Olympic games schedule for the 2012 events will feature must-see matches on Monday, it's third full day of programs. The London Olympic games will be full of intense gaming to catch on NBC live streaming and broadcasting (time below). Day 3 will feature Men's Diving, Hockey, Swimming, and more!
The Olympic games schedule for the 2012 event will feature must-see matches on Sunday, it's second full day of programs. The London Olympic games will be full of intense gaming to catch on NBC live streaming and broadcasting. Day 2 will feature Men's Basketball, Swimming, and Women's Cycling.
The 2012 London Olympics finished Day 1 of full gaming events and the race for most medals per country has begun. China currently leads with 6 medals (including 4 golds) and the United States follows closely with 5 medals (including 1 gold) in the medal count.
The 2012 London Olympic men's swimming showdown has finally concluded with Ryan Lochte destroying Michael Phelps in the 400-meter individual medley race, taking the gold. Phelps, a two-time winner of this event, came in 4th place.
The NBC Olympics schedule for the 2012 summer games will feature must-see events in it's second full day of programs. The London Olympics will be full of intense gaming to catch on NBC live streaming and broadcasting. The Sunday games will feature Men's Basketball, Swimming, and Women's Cycling. The "Dream Team" of the 2012 Olympics includes Lebron James, Kevin Durant, and Kobe Bryant. With this caliber of players on the team, the US is predicted to be unstoppable for a gold win.
The first full day of games at the 2012 London Olympics has an exciting schedule to catch on NBC live streaming. One of the main events involve a showdown between American swimmers, Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte. Phelps's coach says the race with the two power athletes will be fantastic, but not an easy win.