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Olympics 2021: Today's event schedule, medal tracker and what to watch in Tokyo

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From the pool to the track, today's events at the Olympic Games will be full of blistering speed. The post-Usain Bolt 100-meter final means that a new champion will be crowned. Twenty-six-year-old American sprinter Trayvon Bromell is one of the favorites to take the throne.

On the final day of swimming, a decent amount of medaling will take place. Caeleb Dressel and co. made splashes for their impressive action in the 4x100-meter freestyle relay a few days back, let's hope that more of the same is in store for Team USA.

Finally, in the early morning you'll get to watch Olympic all-around champion Suni Lee on uneven bars -- where she is a gold-medal favorite.

What's on at the Olympic Games? We've got you covered.

Olympics medal tracker

Top Olympic events

Swimming (women's/men's 4x100-meter medley relay final -- 10:15 p.m./10:36 p.m. ET Saturday): The last two swimming events of the Olympic Games will be must-see TV. Dressel is no stranger to this event, as he was a member of the 2016 squad in Rio which took home the gold. The spotlight will continue to shine on Team USA for this one.

Gymnastics individual event finals (starts at 4:00 a.m. ET Sunday): The women will compete on vault and uneven bars; the men on floor and pommel horse. Simone Biles has withdrawn from both of the events, so American MyKayla Skinner will take her place on vault and France's Melanie de Jesus dos Santos takes her place on bars. On vault, both Skinner and her U.S. teammate Jade Carey will battle it out for a spot on the podium, while on bars, Suni Lee could win gold.

Track and field (men's 100-meter final -- 8:50 a.m. ET Sunday): It's tough to picture a 100-meter final without Bolt, but this event will still be one that you don't want to miss. Bolt's former teammate, and four-time Olympic medalist Yohan Blake holds the second-fastest 100-meter record --along with Tyson Gay -- and will be running in what could be his final Olympic Games.

Clocking in at 9.77 seconds, USA sprinter Trayvon Bromell ran the fastest time of the year heading into Tokyo. The Baylor alum, who finished last in Rio's 100-meter final and nursed an Achilles injury for three years, has certainly made a name for himself ahead of the race.

Olympics schedule of events (All times ET)

6:30 p.m.: Golf (men's final round) -- medal event

6:45 p.m.: Equestrian

7:30 p.m.: Shooting

8 p.m.: Beach Volleyball

8 p.m.: Fencing -- medal event

8 p.m.: Handball

8 p.m.: Volleyball

8:10 p.m.: Track and field -- medal events

8:30 p.m.: Hockey

9 p.m.: Basketball

9 p.m.: Table Tennis

9:10 p.m.: Cycling BMX freestyle -- medal event

9:30 p.m.: Swimming-- medal event (women's/men's 4x100-meter medley relay final -- 10:15 p.m./10:36 p.m. ET Saturday)

10 p.m.: Boxing -- medal event

10 p.m.: Wrestling

11p.m.: Baseball

11 p.m.: Tennis (men's singles finals) -- medal event

11:03 p.m.: Boxing

11:10-11:50: Wrestling (various weight classes)

11:05 p.m.: Sailing -- medal event

Sunday morning at the Olympics

Midnight: Badminton -- medal event (women's singles)

12:50 p.m.: Weightlifting -- medal event

1 p.m.: Water Polo

2 a.m.: Diving -- medal event

4 a.m.: Gymnastics (men's and women's individual event finals) -- medal events

8:50 a.m.: Track and field (men's 100-meter final) -- medal event