The excitement in the pool at the 2016 Olympics will go beyond the swimming contingent.

While most eyes in Rio de Janeiro will be on Team USA swimmer Michael Phelps in his final Olympics, the men’s and women’s diving competitions — which feature some impressive acrobatics — also will be compelling.

China usually dominates the sport, but Team USA has a few divers who could give the Chinese a run for their money on the podium.

Here’s how you satisfy your craving for diving in Rio.

Live stream
NBCOlympics.com

Schedule (all times ET)
Sunday, Aug. 7
Women’s synchronized 3m springboard (3 p.m.)

Monday, Aug. 8
Men’s synchronized 10m platform (3 p.m.)

Tuesday, Aug. 9
Women’s synchronized 10m platform (3 p.m.)

Wednesday, Aug. 10
Men’s synchronized 3m springboard (3 p.m.)

Friday, Aug. 12
Women’s 3m springboard prelims (2:30 p.m.)

Saturday, Aug. 13
Women’s 3m springboard semifinals (3 p.m.)

Sunday, Aug. 14
Women’s 3m springboard finals (3 p.m.)

Monday, Aug. 15
Men’s 3m springboard prelims (2:15 p.m.)

Tuesday, Aug. 16
Men’s 3m springboard semifinals (9 a.m.)
Men’s 3m springboard finals (5 p.m.)

Wednesday, Aug. 17
Women’s 10m platform prelims (2 p.m.)

Thursday, Aug. 18
Women’s 10m platform semifinals (9 a.m.)
Women’s 10m platform finals (3 p.m.)

Friday, Aug. 19
Men’s 10m platform prelims (3 p.m.)

Saturday, Aug. 20
Men’s 10m platform semifinals (10 a.m.)
Men’s 10m platform finals (3:30 p.m.)

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