Allyson Felix Olympic Games Schedule: How to Watch USA All-Star Events Live at the Tokyo 2021 Games

Allyson Felix Olympic Games Schedule: How to Watch USA All-Star Events Live at the Tokyo 2021 Games

Allyson Felix Olympic Games Schedule: How to Watch USA All-Star Events Live at the Tokyo 2021 Games

Allyson Felix, already the most decorated woman in Olympic athletics history, is on the cusp of even greater greatness at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics.

Felix, 35, who has participated in his first Olympic Games since the birth of his daughter in December 2018, will make history with one more Olympic medal. She will participate in at least one event at the 2021 Olympics and could participate in up to three, giving her plenty of opportunities to make history. That includes the ability to participate in a recently introduced event at the Summer Games.

Felix, who also has 19 medals in world championship competition, including his 13th and 14th gold medals at the 2019 event, will compete in his fifth and final Summer Games. What better way to end your Olympic career by tying the Olympic record for the most decorated track and field athlete of all time?

Sporting News has you covered with how to watch the most decorated woman in athletic history add to their legacy:

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What events is Allyson Felix running in?

Felix wants to compete at least in the 400 meter board at the Tokyo Olympics, but is also in the group relay for both the 4×400 female and mixed relays, the latter of which is a new event for the 2021 Olympics. He is not guaranteed to compete in relays, but he is expected to compete in both.

Regardless, Felix brings an incredible pedigree to the Tokyo Olympics, his fifth appearance at the Summer Games. With a medal in any of her three events, she would not only become the most decorated woman in the history of Olympic athletics, but she would also tie with Carl Lewis for the most medals awarded by a United States track and field athlete.

A medal in two events would earn her 11 all-time Olympic medals, making her the most decorated Olympic athlete in American history. A medal in all three events would earn him 12 all-time, tying it with Paavo Nurmi of Finland, the most decorated Olympic track and field athlete since the 1928 Games.

Medal rank Athlete Country Olympic Games Gold medals Silver medals Bronze medalls Total
1 Paavo Nurmi Finland 1920-28 9 3 0 12
2 Carl lewis United States 1984-1996 9 1 0 10
T-3 Allyson felix United States 2004-21 Sixth 3 0 9
T-3 Merlene Jamaica 1980-2000 0 3 Sixth 9

To date, Felix has earned medals in each of his Olympic appearances, earning at least one silver in each of his five appearances dating back to the 2004 Athens Olympics. He has earned medals in the women’s 200, 400, 4×100 and 4×400. Below are each of the events in which he has earned medals:

Athens 2004

2008 Beijing

  • 4×400 female (gold)
  • 200 women (silver)

2012 London

  • 200 women (gold)
  • 4×100 female (gold)
  • 4×400 female (gold)

Rio 2016

  • 400 women (silver)
  • 4×100 female (gold)
  • 4×400 female (gold)

How to watch Olympic athletics

  • TV channels: NBC (US) | USA Network (USA) | NBC Sports Network | CNBC
  • Live broadcasts: NBCSports.com | NBCOlympics.com | Peacock | fuboTV (7-day free trial)

NBC Universal has the exclusive rights to all Olympic content in the US It will broadcast all track and field events during the 2021 Tokyo Games on a myriad of networks including NBC, US, NBCSN and CNBC. Streaming options include NBC platforms NBCOlympics.com and Peacock, as well as fuboTV, which offers a 7-day free trial.

Allyson Felix Track and Field Schedule

Felix will compete in at least the 400 meter race, but it is not guaranteed that he will compete in the 4×400 relays. Those interested in streaming their races can log on to the NBC platforms NBCOlympics.com, NBCSports.com or Peacock, or watch them on fuboTV, which offers a 7-day free trial.

Here’s the full schedule of when Felix will compete, assuming he competes in all the events for which he is eligible. (times are based on the NBC Olympics schedule):

Friday July 30

Event Time (ET) Channel
4×400 Mixed Relay, Round 1 * 7 am Peacock

* Round 1 of the 4×400 Mixed Relay will air again in primetime on NBC at approximately 9 p.m. ET

Saturday July 31

Event Time (ET) Channel
4×400 Mixed Relay Final * 8:35 am Peacock

* The 4×400 Mixed Relay Final will re-air in primetime on NBC at approximately 10:45 pm ET

Monday August 2

Event Time (ET) Channel
400 women, Round 1 * 8:45 pm Peacock

* Round 1 of the 400 women will air in primetime on NBC and CNBC at approximately 9 p.m. ET

Wednesday August 4

Event Time (ET) Channel
Semifinals of 400 women * 6:30 a.m Peacock

* The 400 women’s semi-finals will air again in primetime on NBC at approximately 9 p.m. ET

Thursday 5th August

Event Time (ET) Channel
Women’s 4×400 Relay Semifinals 6:25 am Peacock

Friday August 6

Event Time (ET) Channel
Women’s 400 Final * 8:35 am Peacock

* The 400 Women Finals will air in primetime on NBC at approximately 9 p.m. ET

Saturday August 7

Event Time (ET) Channel
Women’s 4×400 Relay Final 08:30 am Peacock

* The Women’s 4×400 Relay Final will air again in primetime on NBC at approximately 10 p.m. ET

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