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Sunday TV Guide | When to watch all the LIVE action on DAY 2 of the TOKYO OLYMPIC GAMES

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There is a massive slate of content available to watch live on Day One of the Tokyo Olympic Games on the channels of Seven and 7plus

Australian viewing highlights on Day 2 include:

  • Swimming Finals: Men’s 400m freestyle, women’s 4x100m freestyle relay
  • K1 Canoe Slalom: Dual Olympic medallist Jess Fox opens her Tokyo campaign
  • Men’s Basketball: AUS v Nigeria

Tokyo Olympics TV Guide

Day 2 – Sunday July 25

All events available to stream LIVE or On Demand on 7plus. All times AEST and correct at time of publication.

Surfing
TimeEventVenue
8am-11:20amMen’s first roundTsurigasaki Surfing Beach
11:20am-2:40pmWomen’s round 1
2:40pm-4pmMen’s round 2
4pm-5:20pmWomen’s round 2
Rowing
TimeEventVenue
10am-12:40pmMen’s single sculls semi-finalsSea Forest Waterway
Women’s single sculls semi-finals
Men’s pair repechages
Women’s pair repechages
Men’s lightweight double sculls repechages
Women’s lightweight double sculls repechages
Men’s quadruple sculls repechages
Women’s quadruple sculls repechages
Men’s eight heats
Women’s eight heats
Beach Volleyball
TimeEventVenue
10am-1:50pmMen’s and women’s group stage (4 matches)Shiokaze Park
4pm-6:50pmMen’s and women’s group stage (3 matches)
9pm-11:50pmMen’s and women’s group stage (3 matches)
Fencing
TimeEventVenue
10am-5:20pmTable of 64, table of 32,Makuhari Messe Hall B
table of 16 and quarterfinals for:
Women’s individual foil
Men’s individual épée
7pm-10:40pmSemi-finals and medal bouts for:
Women’s individual foil
Men’s individual épée
Handball – Group Stage
TimeEventVenue
10amWomen: Netherlands vs JapanYoyogi National Stadium
12pmWomen: Russia vs Brazil
3:15pmWomen: Montenegro vs Angola
5:15pmWomen: Norway vs South Korea
8:30pmWomen: Spain vs Sweden
10:30pmWomen: Hungary vs France
Shooting
TimeEventVenue
10amWomen’s 10m air pistol qualificationAsaka Shooting Range
10amWomen’s skeet qualification
11amMen’s skeet qualification
12:15pmWomen’s 10m air pistol final
2pm10m air rifle men’s qualification
4:30pm10m air rifle men’s final
Skateboarding
TimeEventVenue
9:30am-2:25pmMen’s street tournamentAomi Urban Sports Park
Volleyball – Group Stage
TimeEventVenue
10amWomen: Russia vs ItalyAriake Arena
12:05pmWomen: USA vs Argentina
3:20pmWomen: Serbia vs Dominican Republic
5:25pmWomen: China vs Turkey
8:40pmWomen: Japan vs Kenya
10:45pmWomen: Brazil vs South Korea
Archery
TimeEventVenue
10:30am-12:05pmWomen’s team 1/8 eliminationsYumenoshima Park Archery Field
2:45pm-6:25pmWomen’s team quarterfinals
Women’s team semi-finals
Women’s team bronze medal match
Women’s team gold medal match
Gymnastics – Artistic
TimeEventVenue
10:30am-2:05pmWomen’s qualificationAriake Gymnastics Centre
4:10pm-7:45pmWomen’s qualification
9:20pm-11pmWomen’s qualification
Field Hockey – Group Stage
TimeEventVenue
10:30amWomen: Great Britain vs GermanyOi Hockey Stadium
11amWomen: Australia vs Spain
12:45pmWomen: Japan vs China
1:15pmWomen: New Zealand vs Argentina
7:30pmMen: India vs Australia
8pmMen: Japan vs Argentina
9:45pmMen: Spain vs New Zealand
10:15pmMen: South Africa vs Netherlands
Badminton
TimeEventVenue
11am-4:30pmMen’s and women’s singles group stageMusashino Forest Sport Plaza
Men’s and women’s doubles group stage
Mixed doubles group stage
7pm-10:30pmMen’s and women’s singles group stage
Men’s and women’s doubles group stage
Mixed doubles group stage
Basketball – Group Stage
TimeEventVenue
11amMen: Iran vs Czech RepublicSaitama Super Arena
2:40pmMen: Germany vs Italy
6:20pmMen: Australia vs Nigeria
10pmMen: France vs USA
Softball – Group Stage
TimeEventVenue
11amAustralia vs USAYokohama Baseball Stadium
3:30pmCanada vs Japan
9pmItaly vs Mexico
Table Tennis
TimeEventVenue
10am-11:30pmMixed doubles quarterfinalsTokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium
Women’s singles second round
Men’s singles second round
Mixed doubles semi-finals
Taekwondo
TimeEventVenue
11am-6pmQualification contests, round of 16,Makuhari Messe Hall A
quarterfinals and semi-finals for:
Women’s -57kg
Men’s -68kg
8pm-11:40pmRepechages, bronze and gold medal contests for:
Women’s -57kg
Men’s -68kg
Water Polo – Group Stage
TimeEventVenue
11amMen: South Africa vs ItalyTatsumi Water Polo Centre
12:30pmMen: Hungary vs Greece
3pmMen: USA vs Japan
4:30pmMen: Australia vs Montenegro
7:20pmMen: Serbia vs Spain
8:50pmMen: Croatia vs Kazakhstan
3×3 Basketball
TimeEventVenue
11:15amWomen: Japan vs MongoliaAomi Urban Sports Park
11:40amWomen: Romania vs Italy
12:35pmMen: Russia vs Belgium
1pmMen: Poland vs Serbia
3pmWomen: Mongolia vs Russia
3:25pmWomen: China vs Italy
4pmMen: China vs Latvia
4:25pmMen: Serbia vs Belgium
6:30pmWomen: Romania vs USA
6:55pmWomen: Japan vs France
7:40pmMen: Russia vs Poland
8:05pmMen: Japan vs Netherlands
10pmWomen: China vs France
10:25pmWomen: Russia vs USA
11pmMen: Netherlands vs China
11:25pmMen: Latvia vs Japan
Swimming
TimeEventVenue
11:30am-1:20pmMen’s 400m individual medley finalToyko Aquatics Centre
Women’s 100m butterfly semi-finals
Men’s 400m freestyle final
Women’s 400m individual medley final
Men’s 100m breaststroke semi-finals
Women’s 4x100m freestyle final
8pm-10:30pmWomen’s 100m backstroke heats
Men’s 200m freestyle heats
Women’s 100m breaststroke heats
Men’s 100m backstroke heats
Women’s 400m freestyle heats
Men’s 4x100m freestyle heats
Boxing
TimeEventVenue
12pm-4pmPreliminaries for:Kokugikan Arena
Women’s flyweight
Women’s middleweight
Men’s lightweight
Men’s light heavyweight
6pm-10pmPreliminaries for:
Women’s flyweight
Men’s lightweight
Men’s leavyweight heavyweight
Judo
TimeEventVenue
12pm-3:30pmElimination rounds and quarterfinals for:Nippon Budokan
Women’s -52kg
Men’s -66kg
6pm-8:50pmRepechages, semi-finals,
bronze and gold medal bouts for:
Women’s -52kg
Men’s -66kg
Tennis
TimeEventVenue
12pm-9pmMen’s and women’s singles and doubles first roundAriake Tennis Park
Weightlifting
TimeEventVenue
12:50pmMen’s 61kg and 67kg group BTokyo International Forum
4:50pmMen’s 61kg group A
8:50pmMen’s 67kg group A
Sailing
TimeEventVenue
1:05pm-7pmHeats for:Enoshima Yacht Harbour
Men’s RS:X
Women’s RS:X
Men’s Laser
Women’s Laser Radial
Canoeing – Slalom
TimeEventVenue
2pm-5:45pmMen’s canoe (C1) heatsKasai Canoe Slalom Centre
Women’s kayak (K1) heats)
Cycling – Road
TimeEventVenue
2pm-6:35pmWomen’s road raceFuji International Speedway
Diving
TimeEventVenue
4pm-5pmWomen’s synchronised 3m springboard finalTokyo Aquatics Centre
Football
TimeEventVenue
5:30pmMen: Egypt vs ArgentinaSapporo Dome
6pmMen: France vs South AfricaSaitama Stadium
6pmMen: New Zealand vs HondurasKashima Stadium
8:30pmMen: Australia vs SpainSapporo Dome
9pmMen: Japan vs MexicoSaitama Stadium
9pmMen: Romania vs South KoreaKashima Stadium
Equestrian – Dressage
TimeEventVenue
6pm-11pmTeam and individual day 2Equestrian Park
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