How to watch Team USA athletes in action at Tokyo 2020 Olympics in the coming hours, including women's football semi-finals

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Team USA continue their medal hunt on day ten of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, Monday 2nd August (Sun. evening and early Mon. morning in the U.S.).

Day ten of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, in 2021, looks set to be another thrilling day of action for the United States team on Monday August 2 (Sunday evening and early Monday in the U.S.).

Across the Games, everywhere you look there are big events worth watching, with 22 gold medals being handed out.

With swimming now wrapped up, the athletics action continues today, with the women's 100m hurdles finals highlighting action on the track and men’s long jump final in the field.

The USWNT football squad will be in action in the semi-finals, in a match-up with rival Canada, while wrestler Adeline Gray looks to claim the elusive Olympic medal in the final in the women's 76kg.

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Who should you keep an eye on? And how should you follow their action? Read on for more.

YOKOHAMA, JAPAN - JULY 30: Crystal Dunn #2, Rose Lavelle #16, Christen Press #11, Megan Rapinoe #15 and Alex Morgan #13 of Team United States celebrate following their team's victory in the penalty shoot out after the Women's Quarter Final match between Netherlands and United States on day seven of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at International Stadium Yokohama on July 30, 2021 in Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan. (Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images)
YOKOHAMA, JAPAN - JULY 30: Crystal Dunn #2, Rose Lavelle #16, Christen Press #11, Megan Rapinoe #15 and Alex Morgan #13 of Team United States celebrate following their team's victory in the penalty shoot out after the Women's Quarter Final match between Netherlands and United States on day seven of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at International Stadium Yokohama on July 30, 2021 in Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan. (Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images)
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Team USA: Who to watch on day ten of Tokyo 2020 – Monday 2nd August (and evening of Sunday 1st August U.S.)

Here’s a small selection of the ones to watch…

Artistic Gymnastics

Two-time world silver medallist Jade Carey will be vying for the podium in the floor exercise as she looks to win an individual medal at her debut Olympics.

A top three finish will ensure Carey, who is coached by her dad Brian, joins the list of five Americans headed by Simone Biles, who have medalled on floor. Her event gets underway at 17:57 JST on Friday evening in Tokyo (1:57am on Monday in her native Arizona).

Athletics

JuVaughn Harrison, winner of the U.S. Olympic Trials in both the long jump and high jump, returns to the field to compete in the long jump. After placing seventh in a thrilling high jump final on day nine of the Games, Harrison, the first American since Jim Thorpe in 1912 to compete in both the Olympic high and long jumps, will be hoping to medal in his final event (10:20am JST).

World record holder Keni Harrison and Gabriele Cunningham will be in action in a loaded women’s 100m hurdles final. Americans have medalled at each final in the 100m hurdles since Sydney 2000. At Rio 2016, the U.S. had a clean sweep of the medals. The event gets underway at 11:50 JST.

National record holder Valarie Allman is America’s sole contender in the discus, and has set her eyes on winning a first major senior title. She will be throwing at 20:00 JST.

Kenyan born steeplechaser Benard Keter will be running in the men’s 3000m steeplechase at 21:15 JST, while Elise Cranny and Karissa Schweizer will line-up in the women’s 5000m finals, that’s scheduled for 21:40 JST.

In the 400m hurdles, top Americans Sydney McLaughlin (world-record holder) and Dalilah Muhammad (2016 Olympic and 2019 world champion) are looking to book their place in the finals. Semi-final races start from 20:35 JST.

Baseball

Baseball is back at the Olympics after a 13-year break and Team USA, winner of Group B, will face Japan (winners of Group A), in the quarter-final knockout stage at the Yokohama Stadium from 19:00 JST.

Basketball

The U.S. women's basketball team continue their hunt for their seventh Olympic gold with their final group basketball game against France on Monday. Tipoff is set for 13:40 JST.

Beach Volleyball

After Team USA's favourites Kelly Claes and Sarah Sponcil were knocked out in their round of 16-match in beach volleyball, the focus is now on April Ross and Alix Klineman. Ross and Klineman are hoping to advance past Cuba on Monday at 09:00 JST.

The men’s pair of Jacob Gibb and Tri Bourne will also be playing their round of 16 against the Germans at 22:00 JST.

Football

The USWNT will take on Canada in the football semi-finals with kick-off slated for 1700 JST (400 ET). The USA reached its sixth Olympic semi-final after defeating the Netherlands on penalties in the quarter-finals.

This will be the third time the two teams will be meeting at the Olympics, the most recent coming in a dramatic 2012 semi-final in which the U.S. slipped past Canada, 4-3. If the USA wins Monday’s duel they will face the winner between Australia and Sweden.

Wrestling

Adeline Gray, the five-time world champion could clinch her first Olympic gold in after reaching the women’s 76kg final that will be on from 19:30 JST, 4.30am in her native Colorado.

Her teammates Tamyra Mensah-Stock, the 2019 World champion, will also be on the wrestling mat in the women’s 68kg earlier at 11.30am JST, while two-time Olympian Ildar Hafizov will be in action in the men’s 60kg repechage at 1100 JST.

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Elsewhere...

Cycling track gets underway with women's team pursuit and team spring qualifying. Tyler Downs and Andrew Capobianco will compete in the pool in the men's 3m springboard in diving. The U.S. has won six medals in shooting so far this Games, and looks to add to that haul with four shooters lining up between the men's 25m rapid fire pistol and 50m rifle 3 positions.

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