The United States could be the first country to win gold again in the women’s vault after Romania 25 years ago.

In 1992, the country was tied for first and then won it in 1996. Jade Carey is the favourite to become the U.S.’s second consecutive champion gymnast, having qualified second. Simone Biles, who won gold in Rio and qualified .017 points ahead of Carey, will skip the finals for both the vault and uneven bars.

How to see USA Gymnastics at the 2021 Olympics

  • Television channelsNBC, USA, CNBC

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NBC has the exclusive Olympics broadcast rights. All gymnastics coverage will be carried on its network family. NBC will not be broadcasting live gymnastics coverage, but it will show tape delays of major events in prime-time, including the women’s team final.

USA and CNBC will be covering the live gymnastics events. Most of them will start between 4 and 6 a.m. ET

Live streams of Team USA Olympic gymnastics

  • Live streaming: Peacock. NBC Sports App.fuboTV

Peacock, NBC’s streaming service for free, will provide coverage of gymnastics during the Olympics. It will also exclusively broadcast several live events, including the men’s team final. will also provide simulcasts throughout the Olympics of live gymnastics events.

FuboTV, which offers a seven-day free trial, is another streaming option for these events.

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Biles’ twisties landed on the vault during the team-all-around final, prompting the four-time gold medalist from the USA to withdraw. If she doesn’t compete Sunday, MyKayla Skinner, who qualified fourth, will be Biles’ replacement.

Neither the U.S. men’s nor U.S. women’s gymnastics teams were able to come home with a gold medal during the team competition at the 2021 Olympic Games. Although the U.S. women won the silver medal, they were beaten by the Russian Olympic Committee in dramatic fashion.

Simone Biles exited the team final after one vault while dealing with a medical issue she confirmed was mental. Team USA won the silver medal with the absence of Simone Biles, the world’s top gymnast. Grace McCallum and Suni Lee, as well as Jordan Chiles, were able to take the gold.

For the third consecutive Olympics, Team USA placed fifth on the men’s team. Since 2008, Team USA has not medaled in the team event and has only six medals overall in 21 Olympic appearances.

The United States hopes that their competitors will do better in individual events. Biles will not compete in the all-around competition, or in the vault and uneven bar finals. Her status beyond that is unknown. The U.S. women still have many chances to compete for gold in the all around, floor, vault and uneven bars finals. Suni Lee and Jade Carey will be the first to compete in the all-around final.

Brody Malone and Sam Mikulak will be competing for Team USA in Wednesday’s all-around. Both men qualified, but they were not ranked in the top 10. Malone was 11th, and Mikulak 14th.

Despite the slow start to the gymnastics programs, Team USA will be closely watching over the next few days. Biles, undoubtedly the greatest gymnast of all time, will continue to be a major story throughout the Olympics. As they try to win the first USA Gymnastics gold medals at the 2021 Summer Games, her teammates will be the center of attention.

Here’s how to watch Team USA live from the Tokyo Olympics 2021. Also, when each event will take place during the competition.

USA Olympics gymnastics schedule

NBC will broadcast 16 live events in gymnastics during the Olympics. The women’s final of the team will be the most prominent and will air live on Peacock on July 27. Take a look at all the live events.

Sunday, August 1, Finale Event 4 a.m. to 11 a.m. Peacock
Monday, August 2, Finale Event 4 a.m. to 11 a.m. Peacock
Tuesday, August 3, Finale Event 4 a.m. to 11 a.m. Peacock
Thursday, August 5, Qualifying for Rhythmic Individual Qualification 8 p.m. to 12:15 a.m. CNBC
Friday, August 6 Qualifying for the Rhythmic Group 9 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. USA
Saturday, August 7, Finale Rhythmic Group 6 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. USA