How to watch Impact World Championship Triple Threat Live Stream PPV for Hard to Kill 2022

Impact Hard To Kill 2022 will be Impact Wrestling’s very first PPV event of the year 2022. It will be the third event of Hard To Kill chronology that will take place on January 8, 2022. The PPV will air from The Bomb Factory, Dallas, Texas.

IMPACT World Championship Triple Threat match between Moose, Matt Cardona and W. Morrisey is announced. Mickie James will defend against Deonna Purrazzo in a Texas Deathmatch. ROH title will be defended for the first time under IMPACT’s umbrella as Jonathan Greshan takes on Chris Sabin. The first-ever Knockouts Ultimate X match will main event the show.

How to watch Impact Wrestling Hard to Kill 2022?

FITE TV will produce the broadcast for IMPACT! Hard to Kill. Unfortunately, their services aren’t available in every country, and you may be restricted from accessing the event. In this case, I recommend you check out FightPass.

Impact Wrestling Hard to Kill 2022 Match Cards

Impact Wrestling returns to pay-per-view tonight with Hard to Kill. The show is being held at The Factory in Dallas, Texas and will be broadcast live on PPV and FITE TV. Here’s tonight’s lineup:

Impact World Championship Match: Moose vs. Matt Cardona vs. W. Morrisey
Impact Knockouts Championship Match: Mickie James vs. Deonna Purrazzo
ROH World Championship: Jonathan Gresham vs. Chris Sabin
Impact X-Division Championship Match: Trey Miguel vs. Steve Maclin
If he doesn’t win, Maclin is barred from challenging for the title while Miguel is champion.
Knockouts Ultimate X Match: Lady Frost vs. Tasha Steelz vs. Alisha vs. Jordynne Grace vs. Rosemary vs. Chelsea Green
Impact Knockouts Tag Team Championship Match: The IInspiration vs. The Influence
Hardcore War: The Good Brothers (Doc Gallows & Karl Anderson) & Violent By Design (Eric Young, Deaner, & Joe Doering) vs. Willie Mack, Rich Swann, Eddie Edwards, Rhino, & Heath
The Good Brothers and Violent By Design have advantage in the match.
* JONAH vs. Josh Alexander
Pre-Show Match: Jake Something vs. Chris Bey vs. Ace Austin vs. Laredo Kid

IMPACT! Wrestling – Hard to Kill Event Card

Event Fighters
IMPACT! World Championship Moose vs W. Morrissey vs Matt Cardona
Knockouts World Championship – Texas Death Match Mickie James vs Deonna Purrazzo
Heavyweight Clash Josh Alexander vs Jonah
Knockouts Ultimate X Lady Frost vs Tasha Steelz vs Alisha vs Jordynne Grace vs Chelsea Green vs Rosemary
ROH World Championship Jonathan Gresham vs Chris Sabin
Hardcore War The Good Brothers & Violent By Design vs Rich Swann, Willie Mack, Heath, Rhino, and Eddie Edwards
Knockouts World Tag Team Championship The Inspiration vs The Influence
X Division Championship Trey Miguel vs Steve Maclin
Florida Gators football

How to watch Florida vs UCF: Start Time, Venue, TV Channel, 2021 Gasparilla Bowl Preview

This year’s Gasparilla Bowl pits the Florida Gators against the UCF Knights. Both teams come into the game with impressive records, with Florida coming with a 6-6 record and UCF finishing the season at 8-4. The Gators and the Knights will meet in 2021 Gasparilla Bowl on Raymond James Stadium, Tampa Florida at 7:00 PM ET.

The article heading goes to, all about Florida vs UCF NCAA College football 2021 Gasparilla Bowl: Kickoff time, game details, how and where to stream the college football game.

Game Information
What: Gaspiiiii
Who: A vs B
When: 7:00 PM ET
Where: Venue
TV Channel: ESPN
Live Stream Anywhere: gamepass

Florida vs UCF College football Preview for Gasparilla Bowl

The Florida Gators have had an exciting season. They started the season with a convincing win over Florida Atlantic and their last win coming from Florida State with a score of 24-21.UCF is coming to Gasparilla Bowl by winning three games from their last five matches with the last victory coming from South Florida with a score of 17-13.

UCF has the edge in rushing yards per game with 188.7 to Florida’s 209.1, while Florida has the advantage in passing yards per game with 261.1 to UCF’s 211.

Florida has the advantage in rushing yards with 261 to UCF’s 211. The teams are also even when it comes to points scored, with UCF scoring 32.2 points per game and Florida scoring 31.8 points per game. Defensively, UCF allows 25.2 points per game whereas Florida allows 26.6 points per game.The key to this game is likely to be the battle between UCF’s offense and Florida’s defence.

UCF has been one of the most dominant offenses in all of college football, while Florida’s defense has been one of the best in the country.

Players to look for in this Gasparilla Bowl

UCF brings a balanced offense led by M. Keene. He has thrown for over 1586 yards and 16 touchdowns.

J. Richardson leads the team on the ground with 693 rushing yards and three touchdowns. He is backed up by R. O’Keefe, who has 727 yards on the ground and six touchdowns.

On defense,  Tatum Bethune leads the team with 101 tackles with 2 sacks, while David Wilson brings 65 tackles and one sacks. They have been impressive on defense as a whole, allowing just 14.4 points per game.

Quarterback E. Jones leads the Florida Gators. He has thrown for 2,563 yards and 19 touchdowns. Copeland leads the team on the ground with 607 yards and four touchdowns. LB Mahamoud Diabete brings 89 tackles. He has been impressive on defense for Florida.

How to watch UCF vs Florida College Football on TV, Live Stream Cable Free

The GAHJDHH tournament  football is being broadcasted on ESPNU, which is available for ESPU cable subscribers. You must have a television subscription through a TV provider or Fubo, Hulu, Sling subscription to watch ESPNU.

As alternative, you can try Gamepass.TV  because a non-contract, non-subscription service, GamepassTV brings you the biggest events in sports and entertainment from around the world. Best of all, there’s no VPN required. Simply pay for the events you want to watch, without wasting your money on channel packages you don’t want or trials you forgot to cancel. You can watch the college football game  through Gamepass for just $9.95


Delegates NameDelegates CountryDelegates Ages
Ina DajciAlbania27
Julieta GarcíaArgentina22
Nane AvetisyanArmenia24
Thessaly ZimmermanAruba 27
Daria VarlamovaAustralia27
Manar Nadeem DeyaniBahrain25
Kedist DeltourBolivia24
Nahemi UequinBelgium20
Teresa SantosBrazil23
Xaria PennBritish Virgin Islands18
Elena DanovaBulgaria21
Ngin MaradyCambodia22
Akomo MinkataCameroon27
Tamara JemuovicCanada27
Georgina KerfordCayman Islands 18
Antonia FigueroaChile26
Yang Shi YinChina20
Valeria AyosColombia27
Valeria ReesCosta Rica28
Ora IvaniševićCroatia20
Shariëngela CijntjeCuraçao27
Karolína KokešováCzech Republic25
Sara LangtvedDenmark26
Debbie AflaloDominican Republic27
Susy SacotoEcuador24
Alejandra GavidiaEl Salvador25
Chelsea Martina MituyEquatorial Guinea19
Essi UnkuriFinland23
Clémence BotinoFrance 24
Hannah SeiferGermany19
Naa Morkor CommodoreGhana26
Emma CollingridgeGreat Britain23
Sofia ArapogianniGreece22
Dannia GuevaraGuatemala24
Pascale BélonyHaïti 28
Rose MeléndezHonduras27
Jázmin ViktóriaHungary20
Elísa Gróa SteinþórsdóttirIceland22
Harnaaz SandhuIndia21
Katharine WalkerIreland 26
Noa CochvaIsrael22
Caterina Di FucciaItaly23
Daena SoaresJamaica22
Juri WatanabeJapan25
Aziza TokashovaKazakhstan27
Roshanara EbrahimKenya28
Jisu KimKorea23
Tuti SejdiuKosovo19
Tonkham PhonchanhueangLaos26
Jade CiniMalta26
Anne Murielle Ravina Mauritius26
Débora HallalMexico25
Kawtar BenhalimaMorocco22
Chelsi ShikongoNamibia24
Sujita BasnetNepal28
Julia SinningNetherlands 24
Allison WassmerNicaragua26
Maristella OkpalaNigeria28
Nora NakkenNorway23
Brenda SmithPanama27
Nadia FerreiraParaguay22
Yely RiveraPeru27
Beatrice GomezPhilippines26
Agata WdowiakPoland25
Orícia DomínguezPortugal27
Michelle ColónPuerto Rico21
Ralina ArabovaRomania21
Carmina CotfasRussia22
Nandita BannaSingapore21
Veronika ŠčepánkováSlovak Republic26
Lalela MswaneSouth Africa24
Sarah LoinazSpain23
Moa SandbergSweden25
Anchilee Scott-KemmisThailand 22
Chantel O’BrianThe Bahamas27
Cemrenaz TurhanTurkey23
Elle SmithUkraine27
Anna NeplyakhUnited States 23
Luiseth MateránVenezuela25
Nguyễn Huỳnh Kim DuyênVietnam25

Cricket: The captain had confidence in FIZ

New Zealand needed 20 runs in the last over. Bowler Mostafiz. It was almost certain that Bangladesh would win. Because if you don’t do too much, Mostafiz will not give so many runs.

But Mostafiz changed the picture of the match by saying no ball in the fifth ball. Two balls needed 6 runs. Which is nothing ahamri in T20. But in the next two balls, Mostafiz showed his skill. Latham could not do anything. All in all, Bangladesh won the second match by four runs.

Speaking about Mostafiz at the end of the match, Bangladesh captain Mahmudullah Riyadh said that he had confidence in Mostafiz. He said, ‘Mostafiz was steadfast towards the end. Even then the fifth ball becomes a bit random. Later he returned to orbit. I had confidence in Mostafiz. Mehdi also bowled well with the new ball. We are very happy to be on the winning side. ”

Bangladesh captain Mahmudullah Riyad won the match best award for his unbeaten 36 off 32 balls with the bat. His innings took Bangladesh to the place of challenge.

We will start the journey of T20 World Cup by defeating India: Babar Azam

Just as spectators flock to watch the India-Pakistan duo at 22 yards, cricketers are no less enthusiastic. Before the start of the T20 World Cup campaign, Pakistan captain Babar Azam said that India, Pakistan’s arch-rivals in the upcoming T20 World Cup, will be under more pressure than them.

“I think India will be under more pressure than Pakistan during the World Cup,” said Babar Azam. “We will start our World Cup journey by losing to India,” he added.

India-Pakistan will face two arch-rivals in the group stage of the T20 World Cup. With which the tension has already started to rise. Earlier, the two teams met in the 2019 World Cup in England. In the last meeting, an easy victory came in the hands of India.

The T20 World Cup in the United Arab Emirates is like playing at home for Babar Azam. That is what the Pakistani captain says. “Playing at the venue in the UAE is going to be like playing at home for us,” he said. We want to give our 100 percent.

India and Pakistan will meet in Dubai on October 24 in the group stage of the T20 World Cup.

First Tokyo 2020 athlete treated in hospital for COVID-19

An athlete is continuing to be treated in hospital after contracting COVID-19 but is “not in a severe condition”, organisers of the Paralympics here in Tokyo have confirmed.

The Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee has announced the first athlete to be hospitalised after testing positive for coronavirus during both the Olympics and Paralympics.

According to Tokyo 2020, the positive case was identified inside the Paralympic Village on August 25 but there were no close contacts.

“An athlete has been hospitalised since August 31,” said Masa Takaya, spokesperson for Tokyo 2020.

“I would not be able to provide too much detail about the athlete’s condition.

“What I can tell you is that this concerned athlete is not in a severe condition, but he is being treated in hospital.”

Tokyo 2020 has confirmed that 12 individuals linked to the Paralympic Games have tested positive for coronavirus over the past 24 hours.

None of the cases were identified inside the Paralympic Village and the figure does not include any athlete, organisers have said.

Tokyo 2020 has confirmed that the figure comprises of one Games-concerned personnel, one Tokyo 2020 employee, eight contractors and two volunteers.

A total of 13 athletes have tested positive since August 12.

Wheelchair tennis player Joachim Gérard is “recovering well” in hospital, the Belgian Paralympic Committee has confirmed.

Gérard was hospitalised after feeling faint in the Paralympic Village on September 1 with suspected cardiac issues.

It was confirmed yesterday that the world number three in the men’s singles has regained consciousness and is responsive.

The Belgian NPC has now given insidethegames the latest update on Gérard.

“Joachim is still in the hospital, but he is recovering well,” a spokesperson for the Belgian NPC said.

Gérard was knocked out in the third round of the men’s singles on Monday (August 30), following a 6-3, 6-4 defeat to Spain’s 13th seed Daniel Caverzaschi.

He was also defeated in the quarter-finals of the men’s doubles with Jef Vandorpe by British number one seeds Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid.

Japanese judoka withdraws after being hit by self-driving vehicle inside Paralympic Village

Japanese judoka Aramitsu Kitazono has been forced to withdraw from the judo competition at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics here after being knocked over by a self-driving vehicle inside the Paralympic Village.

Kitazono was due to compete today in the men’s under-81kg category but has pulled out after sustaining a blow to his head, organisers have confirmed.

The incident took place around 2pm on August 26 when the automated electric vehicle, called an e-Palette and developed by Toyota, struck Kitazono after turning right into a pedestrian crossing.

The crossing connects the residential facilities and the main dining halls.

Two e-Palette operators and five passengers were in the vehicle at the time of the incident but none were injury, police confirmed.

According to reports, Kitazono sustained injuries to his head and both legs that will take two weeks to recover from.

Hidefumi Takahashi, vice president of the Japanese Paralympic Committee, said Kitazono had not suffered any major injuries but withdrew from the event on the advice of medics.

“His match was supposed to take place today and has withdrawn from the competition,” said Takahashi.

“The team doctor of the Japanese delegation has been involved from the beginning of this incident.

“His opinion is that after this accident his condition has not been on top form.

“He is suffering from a loss of appetite.

“We did an MRI scan on his brain and no abnormalities were found and no external injuries had been identified.

“He is not feeling quite himself.

“Whether this was because he was hit by the e-Palette or whether this was to do with him falling over we don’t know.

“But he says he does not feel 100 per cent.

“He is not quite sure if the vehicle actually hit him or not.

“That’s what he is saying.

“His condition is not that bad that he can’t compete.

“However he is saying that he doesn’t feel well.

“There is a possibility that he suffered concussion as he did hit his head.

“Taking into that account, the doctor said that it would be better if he spent a week gradually getting back to competing.

“That was the final decision.”

Toyota Motor Corporation – a Worldwide Olympic and Paralympic Partner – has apologised for the “overconfidence” of the self-driving bus and confirmed that services had been suspended.

“We are very sorry that the accident has made many people worried,” Toyota President Akio Toyoda said.

“A vehicle is stronger than a person, so I was obviously worried about how they were. It shows that autonomous vehicles are not yet realistic for normal roads.”

Tokyo 2020 has also issued an apology and said police were investigating the incident.

“Together with Toyota, we will analyse what we need to do to make it safe,” said Hidemasa Nakamura, Games delivery officer for Tokyo 2020.

“Regarding the accident, we will do everything within our power to make sure that it doesn’t happen again.

“We have visually impaired athletes and people in wheelchairs who are living in the Village so we have to make sure that the Village is a safe environment for everyone.

“We will thoroughly review and scrutinise the situation.”

Olympic Live Streams – TV Listings and Schedule

The Summer Olympics 2021 event is about to start on the 23rd of July after a year of the COVID 19 pandemic. Yes, this time, things are looking a lot more promising as the event will be hosted in Tokyo Japan.

As per the latest norms, only the people who live in Japan will be able to watch matches being at the stadium. Other than that, for the sports lover who lives in other countries, we have got some valuable options for you.

In such a case, you can follow the below sections and see which live streaming services for Olympic 2021 are good ones for you. Then, you can opt for the same and watch the games of Summer Olympic 2021, the best possible way.

How to watch Summer Olympics 2021 Live Stream Online?

Uncovering some of the best ways to watch the Summer Olympics 2021 live streaming online, we have got the quality ones.

You can browse below and uncover some real good streaming options for you.

  1. NBC Universal

United States sports lovers, you can easily choose the NBC Universal platform to watch Summer Olympics 2021 Live Stream online.

It’s one of the oldest streaming companies that is offering online along with offline broadcasts to the people of America.

Of course, the plans and the pricing from NBC Universal are simple ones and you don’t have to do much in this case.

Here, you can simply look for the packages that are a good fit for you.

Additionally, the streaming quality from NBC is also top-notch. In such a scenario, you will get a far better quality of streaming from this company, every single time.

Even the device support is decent and you will not face plenty of device support issues.

With this, you can make use of a good device along with better internet and watch the Summer Olympics using NBC Universal.

  1. Sony Pictures Network

For the sports lover who lives in India, you can potentially make use of the Sony Pictures Network to watch Summer Olympics 2021 Live Stream.

Yes, Sony has been given the true license in India to broadcast the entire event live online.

Of course, with Sony, the quality of streaming you will get is bound to be above par. In such a scenario, you don’t have to do much and have a good speed net.

Also, the support for devices with Sony Pictures Network is above par too. In such a scenario, you will get much better support than most streaming service providers.

Further, even the channel package pricing from Sony Pictures Network is affordable. Almost every Indian can afford the plans of Sony Pictures Network, without any hesitation.

Therefore, you can first go ahead and opt for the company’s 1-month free trial period. Once you are done with the testing, then purchase the yearly plans of Sony Pictures and watch content, the good way.

  1. FuboTV

In terms of the better streaming service providers, FuboTV is the one that’s a class apart from the rest of the streaming services.

The plans and pricing of FuboTV start at the cost of $64.99 for a month. Yes, at this pricing, you will get quality sports along with entertainment channels.

The quality with FuboTV has always been on the top-notch end. In such a scenario, you will get good streaming in every possible scenario.

Plus, the device support from FuboTV has been looked after for years. In such a case, you will get good device support from this company in every case.

Also, the company does offer massive 7-Days of the free trial period. With the free trial option, you can test the FuboTV services in and out.

Once you are done with the testing, then you can purchase the plans from FuboTV, your way.

TV Channels 100+ channels.
Plans & pricing Three Plans – Starter ($64.99/mo), Elite ($79.99/mo), Latino Quarterly ($33/mo)
Customization Channel bundles (Kids, Sports, News, Lifestyle, Hollywood, Heartland, International, Espanol, Comedy), premium channels (NBC, HBO, Showtime, Starz, Cinemax, Epix, CuriosityStream, Pantaya, UP Faith & Family, Dove Channel, Stingray Karaoke, Outside TV)
Supported devices Computer, iPhone, iPad, Android phone, Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Android TV, AirTV Player, Xiaomi, LG Smart TVs, Samsung Smart TVs, and more.
Streaming quality 4K
DVR Yes, 30 hours of Cloud DVR space at no extra charge, expandable to 500 hours via extra feature
Free trial Yes, 7 days
  1. Sling TV

Speaking about another better streaming service provider, Sling TV is the one that offers class services.

In such a scenario, you can get the packages from Sling TV at the price of $35 for a month. At this pricing, you can get the packages of your liking along with value added features.

Additionally, the streaming quality from Sling TV is above par in most cases. In this scenario, you will get top-quality streaming from Sling TV, without a doubt.

In the device support section, Sling TV delivers good device support in every case.

On top of that, you can even access the 7-Days of Sling TV Free trial options. In the free trial, you have the privilege to test and try the Sling TV services.

Once done, then you can choose among different options, choose a better one and watch Summer Olympics 2021 Live Stream, the best ever way.

Summer Olympics Full TV Streaming listing

Let’s check out all TV options to watch Olympics Online below.

Territory Rights holder
 Armenia APMTV
 Asia Dentsu
 Australia Seven Network
 Austria ORF
 Argentina TyC Sports
 Barbados CBC
 Belarus Belteleradio
 Belgium ·VRT 


 Bolivia Bolivisión
 Bosnia and Herzegovina BHRT
 Brazil ·Grupo Globo 


 Bulgaria BNT
 Canada ·CBC/Radio-Canada 




 Caribbean International Media Content Ltd. 


 Chile TVN
 China CCTV 


 Chinese Taipei · Chunghwa Telecom 




 Croatia HRT
 Colombia Caracol Televisión
 Costa Rica Repretel
 Czech Republic ČT
 Denmark DR
 Ecuador RTS
 Estonia Postimees Group
 Europe[ii] ·Discovery, Inc. 


 Finland Yle
 France ·France Télévisions 


 Georgia GPB
 Germany ARD 


 Greece ERT
 Hungary MTVA
 Honduras VTV
 Hong Kong i-Cable 



 Iceland RÚV
 Indian subcontinent Sony Pictures Networks
 Ireland RTÉ
 Italy RAI
 Japan Japan Consortium
 Kenya KTN
 Kosovo RTK
 Latin America ·América Móvil 


 Latvia LTV
 Lithuania TV3
 Luxembourg RTL
 Malaysia ·        Astro 

·        RTM

·        Unifi TV

 Mexico ·        Televisa 

·        TV Azteca

·        Imagen Televisión

 MENA beIN Sports
 Moldova TVR
 Montenegro RTCG
 Netherlands NOS
 New Zealand ·        Sky 

·        TVNZ

 North Korea SBS
 North Macedonia MRT
 Norway TVNorge
 Oceania[iii] Sky
 Paraguay SNT
 Peru Grupo ATV
 Philippines Cignal TV
 Poland TVP
 Portugal RTP
 Romania TVR
 Singapore Mediacorp
 Slovakia RTVS
 Slovenia RTV
 Spain RTVE
 South Africa ·        SABC 

·        SuperSport

 South Korea ·        Coupang 

·        KBS

·        MBC

·        SBS

 Sub-Saharan Africa ·        Infront Sports & Media 

·        SuperSport

 Sweden Kanal 5
  Switzerland SRG SSR
 Thailand ·        AIS 

·        GMM25

·        Plan B

·        JKN18

·        PPTV

·        TV Pool

·        True4U

 Turkey TRT
 Ukraine Suspilne
 United Kingdom ·        BBC 

·        Eurosport

 United States NBCUniversal

2021 Olympics Schedule

Let’s check out important dates for Summer Olympics 2021 below.

Sport Discipline Dates
Aquatics Swimming July 24 (Saturday) – August 1 (Sunday)
Diving July 25 (Sunday) – July 28 (Wednesday), July 30 (Friday) – August 7 (Saturday)
Artistic Swimming August 2 (Monday) – August 4 (Wednesday), August 6 (Friday) – August 7 (Saturday)
Water Polo July 24 (Saturday) – August 8 (Sunday)
Marathon Swimming August 4 (Wednesday) – August 5 (Thursday)
Archery July 23 (Friday) – Julyt 31 (Saturday)
Athletics Track & Field / Marathon July 30 (Friday) – August 8 (Sunday)
Race Walk July 30 (Friday), August 6 (Friday) – August 7 (Saturday)
Badminton July 24 (Saturday) – August 2 (Monday)
Baseball/Softball Baseball July 28 (Wednesday) – August 5 (Thursday), August 7 (Saturday)
Softball July 21 (Wednesday) – July 22 (Tuesday), July 24 (Saturday) – July 27 (Tuesday)
Basketball 3×3 Basketball July 24 (Saturday) – July 28 (Wednesday)
Basketball July 25 (Sunday) – August 8 (Sunday)
Boxing * July 24 (Saturday) – August 1 (Sunday), August 3 (Tuesday) – August 8 (Sunday)
Canoe Slalom July 25 (Sunday) – July 30 (Friday)
Sprint August 2 (Monday) – August 7 (Saturday)
Cycling BMX Freestyle July 31 (Saturday) – August 1 (Sunday)
BMX Racing July 29 (Thursday) – July 30 (Friday)
Mountain Bike July 26 (Monday) – July 29 (Tuesday)
Road July 26 (Saturday) – July 25 (Sunday), July 28 (Wednesday)
Track August 2 (Monday) – August 8 (Sunday)
Equestrian Dressage July 24 (Saturday) – July 25 (Sunday), July 27 (Tuesday) – July 28 (Wednesday)
Eventing July 30 (Friday) – August 2 (Monday)
Jumping August 3 (Tuesday) August 6 (Wednesday), August 7 (Friday) – August 7 (Saturday)
Fencing July 24 (Saturday) – August 1 (Sunday)
Football July 21 (Wednesday) – July 22 (Thursday), July 24 (Saturday) – July 25 (Sunday), July 27 (Tuesday) – July 28 (Wednesday), July 30 (Friday) – July 31 (Saturday), August 2 (Monday) – August 3 (Tuesday), August 5 (Thursday) – August 7 (Saturday)
Golf July 29 (Thursday) – August 1 (Sunday), August 4 (Wednesday) – August 7 (Saturday)
Gymnastics Artistic July 24 (Saturday) – July 29 (Thursday), August 1 (Sunday) – August 3 (Tuesday)
Rhythmic August 6 (Friday) – August 8 (Sunday)
Trampoline July 30 (Friday) – July 31 (Saturday)
Handball July 24 (Saturday) – August 8 (Sunday)
Hockey July 24 (Saturday) – August 6 (Friday)
Judo July 24 (Saturday) – July 31 (Saturday)
Karate Kata, Kumite August 5 (Thursday)- August 7 (Saturday)
Modern Pentathlon August 5 (Thursday) – August 7 (Saturday)
Rowing July 23 (Friday) – July 30 (Friday)
Rugby July 26 (Monday) – July 31 (Saturday)
Sailing July 25 (Sunday) – August 4 (Wednesday)
Shooting Rifle and Pistol July 24 (Saturday) – July 25 (Sunday), July 27 (Tuesday), July 29 (Thursday) – August 2 (Monday)
Shotgun July 25 (Sunday) – July 26 (Monday), July 28 (Wednesday) – July 29 (Thursday), July 31 (Saturday)
Skateboarding Park August 4 (Wednesday) – August 5 (Thursday)
Street July 25 (Sunday) – July 26 (Monday)
Sport Climbing August 3 (Tuesday) – August 6 (Friday)
Surfing ** July 25 (Sunday) – August 1 (Sunday)
Table Tennis July 24 (Saturday) – July 30 (Friday), August 1 (Sunday) – August 6 (Friday)
Taekwondo July 24 (Saturday) – July 27 (Tuesday)
Tennis July 24 (Saturday) – August 1 (Sunday)
Triathlon July 26 (Monday) – July 27 (Tuesday), July 31 (Saturday)
Volleyball Beach Volleyball July 24 (Saturday) – August 7 (Saturday)
Volleyball July 24 (Saturday) – August 8 (Sunday)


The Summer Olympics opening ceremony will take place on Friday, July 23 at 7 a.m. ET/4 a.m. PT. If you’re not an early bird, the ceremony will be re-broadcast at 7:30 p.m. ET/4:30 p.m. PT on NBC.


  • Artistic Director: Danny Boyle
  • Producer: Tracey Seaward
  • Designers: Suttirat Anne Larlarb and Mark Tildesley
  • Writer: Frank Cottrell-Boyce[26]
  • Music Director: Rick Smith (Underworld)
  • Associate Director: Paulette Randall
  • Movement Director: Toby Sedgwick
  • Head of Mass Movement Choreography: Steve Boyd
  • Choreographers: Temujin Gill, Kenrick “H2O” Sandy and Akram Khan
  • Video Editor: Sascha Dhillon
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Adam Gascoyne
  • Executive Producer, production design: Mark Fisher
  • Executive Producer, creative: Stephen Daldry
  • Lighting Designer: Patrick Woodroffe
  • Associate Lighting Designer: Adam Bassett
  • Lead Lighting Programmer: Tim Routledge
  • Soundscape Designer: Gareth Fry
  • Technical Director: Piers Shepperd
  • Technical Manager (technical design and staging): Jeremy Lloyd
  • Technical Manager (aerial): James Lee
  • Technical Manager (lighting, audio-visual, power): Nick Jones
  • Technical Manager (services and special projects): Scott Buchanan
  • Senior Production Manager (audio and communications): Chris Ekers
  • Executive Producer, broadcast: Hamish Hamilton
  • Executive Producer, production: Catherine Ugwu
  • Press & Publicity: Christopher Mitchell
  • Bike Choreographer: Bob Haro
  • Bike Project Manager: Paul Hughes
  • Announcers: Marc Edwards and Layla Anna-Lee
  • Ceremonies Sound Designer: Bobby Aitken
  • Ceremonies RF spectrum planning and management: Steve Caldwell
  • Ceremonies Monitor Engineer: Steve Watson
  • Ceremonies Front of House Engineer: Richard Sharratt
  • Production Manager Radio Mics and IEMs: Alison Dale
  • Artist Security Director: Richard Barry
  • Production Stage Manager: Sam Hunter
  • Show Caller: Julia Whittle


The best ways to watch the entire summer event online are given above. In such a scenario, you have got the option to choose the way that you find most suitable.

For instance, if you want feature pack streaming, then you can go for the Sling TV or even FuboTV services.

Wrestling at Summer Olympics Games Live stream: Medal Tally and Table results

The Tokyo Summer Olympics Games 2021 Wrestling Events Live streaming, Telecast, TV channels, Broadcaster, Schedule, Medal Tally, Table results, wiki, Participating countries, Medalist, news Venue of Wrestling Matches.

The Wrestling Event is one of the 33 sports events at 2021 Summer Olympics Games in Tokyo. Wrestling Games will feature competition in Various Events. All Matches of Wrestling Events of Tokyo Olympics Games Will be played in venue of Tokyo.

Wrestling Fixtures at Summer Olympics Games at Tokyo

All the Match of the Wrestling Events of the Summer Olympics games 2021 will be played from the  1 August – 7 August 2021.

Summer Olympics Games 2021 Wrestling Live Stream Schedule:-

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Medal Tally

Men’s freestyle

Event Gold Silver Bronze
57 kg
65 kg
74 kg
86 kg
97 kg
125 kg

Men’s Greco-Roman

Event Gold Silver Bronze
60 kg
67 kg
77 kg
87 kg
97 kg
130 kg

Women’s freestyle

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 kg
53 kg
57 kg
62 kg
68 kg
76 kg

Summer Olympics Weightlifting Games 2021 Live stream: Telecast, Schedule, and results

The Tokyo Summer Olympics Games 2021 Weightlifting Events Live streaming, Telecast, TV channels, Broadcaster, Schedule, Medal Tally, Table results, wiki, Participating countries, Medalist, news Venue of Weightlifting Matches.

The Weightlifting Event is one of the 33 sports events at 2021 Summer Olympics Games in Tokyo. Weightlifting Games will feature competition in Various Events. All Matches of Weightlifting Events of Tokyo Olympics Games Will be played in venue of Tokyo.

Weightlifting Fixtures at Summer Olympics Games at Tokyo

All the Match of the Weightlifting Events of the Summer Olympics games 2021 will be played from the  24 July – 4 August 2021.

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Medal Tally


Event Gold Silver Bronze
61 kg
67 kg
73 kg
81 kg
96 kg
109 kg


Event Gold Silver Bronze
49 kg
55 kg
59 kg
64 kg
76 kg
87 kg
87+ kg