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Tokyo 2020: how and when to watch the women’s individual gymnastics final | Digital Trends Spanish

With the already confirmed absence of the American Simone Biles, who had already been marginalized from the team competition, the final will take place Tokyo 2020 Women’s Artistic Gymnastics Singles. We tell you how and when you can this event of the Olympic Games.

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Biles, who had arrived in Tokyo with the expectations of getting six gold medals, decided to withdraw from the team final on Tuesday 27 and now from all-around feminine, to privilege their mental health. For now, it is not confirmed if he will participate in the apparatus competitions, which start on August 1.

Without the American, the Brazilian Rebeca Andrade is installed as the favorite to win with the individual competition. With 57,399 points, the South American was the second best classified in the previous rounds behind Biles. However, the American Sunisa Lee (57,166) and the Russian Angelina Melinkova (57,132) and Vladislava Urazova (57,099) could threaten their expectations.

The full contest contemplates that the 24 best gymnasts of the preliminary rounds – with a maximum of two per country – compete in the four apparatus: jump of colt, uneven bars, balance beam and floor. In the end, the one with the most points will win the gold medal.

Tokyo 2020: how and when to watch the women’s gymnastics final

Brazilian gymnast Rebeca Andrade became the big favorite after the absence of Simone Biles. GettyImages

The end of complete contest of artistic gymnastics for women It can be followed live and for free starting at 7:50 pm local from July 29 via YouTube, thanks to an exclusive agreement for Latin America by Marca Claro, which will broadcast the event on its channel.

The event hours are as follows in the different countries of the region:

  • Argentina: 7:50 am
  • Canada: 6:50 am ET / 3:50 am PT
  • Chili: 6:50 am
  • Colombia: 5:50 am
  • Spain: 12:50 pm
  • United States: 6:50 am ET / 3:50 am PT
  • Mexico: 5:50 am
  • Peru: 5:50 am

Alternatively, the content will be available on the website when the event approaches and in the Marca Claro mobile application to Android Y Manzana.

In some countries of the region, the event can also be seen on the Marca Claro, Claro Sports television channels and from the Claro Sports TV application for smart televisions. This can also be found on Apple TV and Android TV.

Other options to follow the opening of the Olympic Games are the applications of Tokyo 2020 or in the official Web site, which will also deliver information online.

Tokyo 2020 on cable TV or traditional channels

On the other hand, the traditional or cable television channels that broadcast the Olympic Games are the following:

  • Argentina: Claro Sports, TyC Sports, Public TV.
  • Canada: CBC, Radio Canada, Bell Media (TSN and RDS), Rogers Media (Sportsnet), Telelatino Network.
  • Chili: Sure, TVN.
  • Colombia: Sure, Caracol TV.
  • Spain: RTVE, Eurosport.
  • United States: NBC, USA, CNBC, Telemundo.
  • Mexico: Claro, Televisa, TV Azteca, Imagen TV.
  • Peru: Sure, ATV.

The medals of the day (July 29)

During July 29, the following medals will also be contested in Tokyo 2020:

Local time ET time PT time Event
9:18 am 8:18 pm on July 28 5:18 pm on July 28 Rowing: two without male helmsman; two without a female helmsman; light male double scull; light feminine double scull.
10:30 am 9:30 pm on July 28 6:30 pm on July 28 Swimming: Men’s 800m freestyle; Men’s 200 m breaststroke; Women’s 200m butterfly; Men’s 100m freestyle; women’s freestyle 4x200m relay
2:30 pm 1:30 am 10:30 pm on July 28 Threw: female fossa; male fossa
3:55 pm 2:55 am 11:55 pm on July 28 Slalom canoeing: female canoe
5:00 pm 4:00 am 1:00 am Judo: up to 78 kg. feminine; up to 100 kg. Male
6:30 pm 5:30 am 2:30 am Fencing: foil for women’s and men’s teams.
7:50 pm 6:50 am 3:50 am Gymnastics: complete female contest
8:00 pm 7:50 am 4:50 am Table tennis: female individual

* The start time of the elimination rounds is indicated. Other time differences: Spain (-7 hours); Argentina (-11 hours); Chile (-12 hours); Colombia, Mexico (-13 hours).

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