The individual all-around competitions are over and done with, but Rio's Olympic gymnasts still have a chance to prove themselves. From vault to uneven bars, both the men and women of Team USA will have their eyes set on gold this Sunday.
Airing from the Rio Olympic Arena, the finals will begin at 1 p.m. ET. Tune into NBC's online live stream to see each event as it happens, including the medal ceremonies.
Kicking off the Sunday line up is the Men's Floor Exercise finals at 1 p.m. ET. Jacob Dalton and Sam Mikulak will compete for Team USA, facing off against Kohei Uchimura and Kenzo Shirai of Japan, Diego Hypólito and Arthur Mariano of Brazil, and Great Britain's Max Whitlock and Kristian Thomas.
At 1:47, Simone Biles will take center stage once more for the Woman's Vault finals. The first time Olympian has dominated the competition all week long, and the world is waiting to see what the youngster will accomplish as she battles athletes from North Korea, Canada, Uzbekistan, China, Switzerland, Russia and India.
Stay tuned for the Men's Pommel Horse finals at 2:34 p.m. ET. This event tends to be a stumbling block for Team USA, but Alexander Naddour will hopefully impress against stiff competition.
Lastly, NBC will air the Women's Uneven Bars finals at 3:21 p.m. ET. Gold-medalists Gabby Douglas and Madison Kocian will represent the red, white, and blue following their banner performance in the Women's All-Around.
Click here to stream Sunday's gymnastic coverage live, or tune in to NBC or one of its affiliates.