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Tokyo Olympics livestreams for Wednesday, July 21

Competition is already underway before the Opening Ceremony, including the U.S. Women’s Soccer Team taking on Sweden, the team that knocked them out in 2016

TOKYO, Japan — The Tokyo Olympics Opening Ceremony is still a couple days away, but competition is already underway in Japan. Softball kicked things off Tuesday and Women’s Soccer joins in on Wednesday, with the U.S. considered the gold medal favorite. And in gymnastics, the men take their turn at podium training – practicing in the venue where they’ll be competing.

In soccer, the U.S. women seek a measure of revenge against Sweden, which knocked the Americans out of medal contention at the 2016 Rio Olympics.

Below is a list of all the NBC livestreams happening between 11 p.m. Tuesday – 10:59 p.m. CT. Wednesday, which spans Wednesday afternoon and evening and Thursday morning in Japan.

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These times and events are subject to change.

2:30 a.m. CT: Women's Soccer, Great Britain vs. Chile

3 a.m. CT: Women's Soccer, China vs. Brazil

3:30 a.m. CT: Women's Soccer, Sweden vs USA

5:30 a.m. CT: Men's Gymnastics Practice, USA Tracker

5:30 a.m. CT: Women's Soccer, Japan vs. Canada

6 a.m. CT: Women's Soccer, Zambia vs. Netherlands

6:30 a.m. CT: Women's Soccer, Australia vs. New Zealand

3 p.m. CT: Softball, USA vs. Italy (Replay)

7 p.m. CT: Softball, USA vs. Canada

10 p.m. CT: Softball, Mexico vs. Japan

1 a.m. CT (Thursday): Softball, Italy vs. Australia

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