Because, aviously…

The Rio 2016 Olympics officially kick off tomorrow, but we all know that yesterday was the real beginning, as the women’s soccer competition got under way, with the men starting today.

With a little help from Sports Illustrated, here is a list of the thing you should try to keep an eye on each day of the games:

Friday – August 5 – Opening Ceremony – Michael Phelps carries America’s flag as the torch gets lit in Rio — 7:30 PM – NBC

Saturday – August 6 – USWNT vs France – Carli Lloyd and the US Women, off of a 2-0 win, face off against France, who took their first game 4-0 — 4PM – NBCSN

Sunday – August 7 – Men’s Soccer Brazil vs. Iraq – Neymar skipped Copa America so that he can play in the Olympics, and being the host country Brazil will try not to fail like they did in the 2014 World Cup — 9PM – NBCSN

Monday – August 8 – Men’s Table Tennis – 5PM – CNBC

Tuesday – August 9 – Women’s Gymnastics – Simone Biles will be the one to keep an eye on in this years talented US Women’s group — 8PM – NBC

Wednesday – August 10 – Men’s Basketball USA vs. Australia – Living off a cruise ship, the US men’s team faces the team from down under — 6PM – NBCSN

Thursday – August 11 – Women’s Archery – American Mackenzie Brown is our hopeful contender for a medal — 2:30PM – NBCSN

Friday – August 12 – Men’s Swimming – Phelps continues his quest to be the greatest Olympian of all-time — 8PM – NBC

Saturday – August 13 – Women’s Tennis Final – Serena Williams will likely be shooting for another Gold — 11AM – Bravo

Sunday – August 14 – Men’s Tennis Final – Nadal? Murray? Djokovic?…whoever it is, it’s bound to be outstanding! — 11AM – Bravo
Men’s 100-meter final – Usain Bolt will be on your screen for about 10 seconds…if you’re lucky! — 8PM – NBC

Monday – August 15 – Women’s Boxing — 9:30PM – NBCSN

Tuesday – August 16 – Men’s Diving — 2:45PM – NBC

Wednesday – August 17 – Women’s Beach Volleyball – Kerri Walsh Jennings is no longer paired with Misty May-Treanor, but April Ross is more than up for the task — 8PM – NBC

Thursday – August 18 – Women’s Golf — Lexi Thompson made records nine years ago as the youngest women to ever make the US Open, and now she’ll try to get a medal — 6:30AM – Golf Channel

Friday – August 19 – Men’s Track and Field – He went so fast on Sunday, that it’ll be worth watching Usain Bolt again — 8PM – NBC

Saturday – August 20 – Women’s Basketball Gold Medal Game – Quick, name the last time the US Women’s team lost an Olympics game. The answer? 1992. So it’s good odds they’ll be playing in this game — 2:30PM – NBC

Sunday – August 21 – Closing Ceremony — 8PM – NBC

Rio 2016

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