The world will turn its eyes to the Rio Olympic Arena on Monday afternoon, fingers crossed as the men's gymnastic teams head to the all-around finals.
Following the weekend's elimination round, eight countries managed to balance and flip their way to the top of the pack. The United States, China, Germany, Great Britain, Brazil, Japan, Russia, and the Ukraine will go head to head in six events, their scores combining to determine which team will take the podium on Monday night.
The finals will include floor exercise, the horizontal bar, the parallel bars, the rings, the vault, and, America's stumbling block, the pommel horse. Three athletes will tackles each event, but, unlike during the qualifiers, the team's lowest score will not be dropped. Check out Team USA's lineup below:
Floor: Alex Naddour, Jake Dalton, and Sam Mikulak
Rings: Chris Brooks, Naddour, and Dalton
Parallel Bars: Danell Leyva, Brooks, and Mikulak
Pommel Horse: Leyba, Naddour, Mikulak
Vault: Dalton, Mikulak, and Leyva
Horizontal Bar: Leyva, Brooks, and Mikulak
The men's all-around finals will be the only gymnastic event of the day, but with a plethora of events, the high-stakes competition will satiate even the most avid fan. Viewers can catch the women's all-around finals tomorrow before NBC dives into the men's individual all-around finals on Wednesday and the women's individual all-around finals on Thursday.
Watch Team USA compete in the men's all-around gymnastic finals Monday at 3 p.m. ET with an NBC live stream (click here).