Wednesday was a good day for the Americans in London.
Misty May-Treanor and Kerri Walsh Jennings finished off their spectacular Olympic run as a team by winning their third consecutive gold medal.
The United States has 82 medals, 34 gold. Although the Americans have more medals than China (77), the U.S. is second in the standings because China has two more gold medals (36).
The men's basketball team continued to dominate in their quest for the gold medal by cruising to victory over Australia, while Allyson Felix took home the gold in the women's 200-meter final.
Thursday promises to be another action-packed day in London. Take a look at what's coming up, with all times listed in Eastern Standard Time.
11:50 a.m., NBC Sports Network — Women's Basketball Semifinal: USA vs. Australia
The U.S. and Australia have met in the gold medal final game in the past, but will face off a bit earlier this time around in the semifinals. The American women will look to hold off their rival as they head towards winning yet another gold medal.
2:05 p.m., NBColympics.com (Live stream — will be shown on NBC in primetime) — Men's 200-Meter Final
Wallace Spearmon, the lone American representative in the final, will be racing against Jamaican stars — and 100-meter gold and silver medalists – Usain Bolt and Yohan Blake.
2:10 p.m., NBColympics.com (Live stream — will be shown on NBC in primtime) — Men's Triple Jump Final
Americans Will Claye and Christian Taylor will be among the twelve men competing in the triple jump final.
2:35 p.m., NBC Sports Network — Women's Soccer Gold Final: USA vs. Japan
Just days after Alex Morgan's epic game-winning goal pushed the U.S. past Canada and into the gold medal match, the women take on Japan for the gold medal in a rematch of the 2011 Women’s FIFA World Cup. You can also get up-to-the-minute updates by following NESN.com's live blog of the gold medal match by clicking here.
Check out the complete schedule of events here.
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