Summer Olympics 2000 Viewing Guide

All times Eastern, check local listings.

Today, keep your periscopes focused on the men's 4x200m freestyle relay at the Aquatic Centre. The US swimming team will be led by Josh Davis, who won a gold in the same event in Atlanta in 1996, as they go against the Australians with quick-kicker Ian Thorpe in their team lineup.

Tuesday's also a big day for the US women's gymnasts in the team finals; the undefeated American softball team takes on Japan; and for hoops lovers, there's the US men's basketball "dream team" in a matchup with Italy.

Tuesday, Sept. 19

NBC (10 a.m.-noon):

Swimming - qualifying heats

(7 p.m.-midnight):

Gymnastics (women) - team

Swimming - women's 200m Free and 200m Medley; men's 200m Fly and 4x200m Free

Volleyball (men) - US vs. Russia

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

Basketball (men) - US vs. Italy

CNBC (5-9 p.m.):

Cycling - track events

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

Softball (women) - US vs. Japan

Soccer (men) - US vs. Kuwait

Water Polo (women) - US vs. Australia

Wednesday, Sept. 20

NBC (7 p.m.-midnight):

Gymnastics (men) - individual

Swimming - men's 200m Breast and 100m Free; women's 200m Fly and 4x200m Free

Basketball (women) - US vs. Russia

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

Soccer (women) - US vs. Nigeria

Softball - US vs. China

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