Looking to watch every judo match that happens at the Rio Games? NBCOlympics.com has you covered.
Below is a breakdown of how to watch judo each day, including links to every live stream over the course of the Olympics.
Judo competition will take place over the first seven days of the Olympics, from Aug. 6-12. Each day, two weight classes – one men’s, one women’s – will take the mat, will all bouts from prelims to the Gold Medal Match taking place on that same day.
Schedule by weight class
Day 1 (Aug. 6): women’s 48kg, men’s 60kg
Day 2 (Aug. 7): women’s 52kg, men’s 66kg
Day 3 (Aug. 8): women’s 57kg, men’s 73k
Day 4 (Aug. 9): women’s 63kg, men’s 81kg
Day 5 (Aug. 10): women’s 70kg, men’s 90kg
Day 6 (Aug. 11): women’s 78kg, men’s 100kg
Day 7 (Aug. 12): women’s 78+kg, men’s 100+kg
Prelims: 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. ET
Finals: 2:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. ET
Each day will be broken up into two sessions. The first session will feature preliminary matches in both weight classes, all the way up through the quarterfinals. Competition will take place on two mats, and NBCOlympics.com will have dedicated live streams for each mat.
The final block will feature repechage matches, semifinals, Bronze Medal Matches and Gold Medal Matches.
Live stream links
Day 1 (Aug. 6): Prelims: Mat 1 | Mat 2 | Medal Matches
Day 2 (Aug. 7): Prelims: Mat 1 | Mat 2 | Medal Matches
Day 3 (Aug. 8): Prelims: Mat 1 | Mat 2 | Medal Matches
Day 4 (Aug. 9): Prelims: Mat 1 | Mat 2 | Medal Matches
Day 5 (Aug. 10): Prelims: Mat 1 | Mat 2 | Medal Matches
Day 6 (Aug. 11): Prelims: Mat 1 | Mat 2 | Medal Matches
Day 7 (Aug. 12): Prelims: Mat 1 | Mat 2 | Medal Matches
Visit the TV listings page to see the most up-to-date schedule of when judo coverage will air on television networks.