Summer 2000 Olympics Viewing Guide

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Had enough of the water yet? Nah.

US swimmer Lenny Krayzelburg, who won the gold in the men's 100m backstroke event, will do a racer's dive into another heated backstroke contest today - the 200m.

Sharing the spotlight at the Aquatic Centre will be American team player Jenny Thompson - with her career gold-medal count now at seven, all in relays - for the women's 100m freestyle. It's her last shot this Olympics at an individual medal.

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The US women's gymnasts, who finished in fourth place in the team finals, today start the individual all-around trials. Three US team members made the cut - Elise Ray, Amy Chow, and Kristin Maloney.

A big rivalry: The US women take on Australia on the softball field. The Aussies beat the Americans in the 10th inning in 1996.

NBC (7 p.m.-midnight):

Gymnastics (women) - individual all-around final

Swimming - women's 200m Breast and 100m Free; men's 200m Back and 200m Medley

(12:41-2:11 a.m.):

Volleyball (men) - US vs. Yugoslavia

MSNBC (10 a.m.-5 p.m.):

Softball - US vs. Australia

Tennis (men and women)

NBC (7 p.m.-midnight):

Swimming - women's 200m Back and 800m Free; men's 100m Fly and 50m Free

Diving (women) - platform

Track & Field

Gymnastics (women) - trampoline

(12:41-2:11 a.m.):

Volleyball (women) - US vs. Australia

Weightlifting (men) - final

(c) Copyright 2000. The Christian Science Publishing Society

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