2012 Olympics TV Schedule; August 8, Day 12; Men's Basketball, Beach Volleyball, Diving & More
on Aug 08, 2012 10:52 AM EDT
The 2012 Olympics TV Schedule for Wednesday, August 8, Day 12, has exciting events for broadcasting. Men's Basketball, Beach Volleyball, diving, and many more sports with contend during the world-wide games.
Men's basketball will play in the quarterfinals on Wednesday. Lithuania and Russia will go head to head first. Other competitions include Spain vs. France, Brazil vs. Argentina, and finally, Team USA against Australia.
In Beach Volleyball, American stars, Kerri Walsh Jennings and Misty May-Treanor will go head to head with fellow US team, Jen Kessy and April Ross in the Women's Gold Match, Wednesday. The nearly undefeated team refuses to lose the title in their last match at the 2012 Olympics.
"We want to seal the deal that we're the best team that's ever happened," Kerri Walsh Jennings said. She and Misty May-Treanor have earned 2 golds and have now advanced to their 3rd consecutive final after a win over China on Tuesday. "I want to win tomorrow for us. ... This will be our last match together, so we want to go out on top."
Diving has it's share of exciting events as well. Preliminary rounds can be seen in the Women's 100-Meter Platform. China hopes to keep the medal count increasing as they currently lead in diving with 5 gold medals and 8 total.
All events can be caught live via NBC Live Streaming.
Here is the TV Schedule for remaining 2012 Olympics events on Wednesday, August 8. (EST)
12:15 p.m. Water polo, beach volleyball, volleyball. TSN
12:30 p.m. Athletics, volleyball. CTV
12:30 p.m. Field hockey, taekwondo, wome's diving. OLN
1 p.m. Women's wrestling, men's basketball, taekwondo. Sportsnet
7 p.m. Canoe/kayak, athletics, wrestling, diving, equestrian. CTV
7 p.m. Beach volleyball, water polo. TSN
10:30 p.m. Men's basketball, men's volleyball. Sportsnet
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