Summer Olympics 2000 Viewing Guide

That's a wrap: Australia hands the torch to Greece on Sunday. But first, there are medals still to be won.

After qualifying for the long jump on her first try Wednesday, US runner Marion Jones advances to the finals today. She won the 200m yesterday by almost a half-second for her second gold. Saturday, she runs the 4x100m and 4x400m relays.

US men's soccer has to outscore Chile for the bronze Friday. Saturday, Spain faces Cameroon for the gold.

The American women play hoops with South Korea Friday in hopes of a pass to tomorrow's gold-medal game. The US men, who won the basketball gold in '92 and '96, are expected to contend in Saturday's gold game.

All times Eastern, check local listings.

Friday, Sept. 29

NBC (7 p.m.-midnight):

Track and Field - women's long jump, hammer throw; men's 1500m, pole vault, 3,000m steeplechase, 50km walk

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

Basketball (women) - semifinal (US vs. South Korea)

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

Soccer (men) - bronze-medal match (US vs. Chile)

Saturday, Sept. 30

NBC (Noon-6 p.m.):

Basketball (women) - gold game

(7 p.m.-midnight):

Track & Field - women's 4x100m, 1500m, 4x400m, 10,000m; men's 4x100m, 4x400m, 5,000m

Basketball (men) - gold game

MSNBC (10 a.m.-4 p.m.):

Sunday, Oct. 1

NBC (7 p.m.-midnight):

Men's marathon

Closing Ceremony

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