How to watch the Rio Olympics final in a week

Rio is going to have a lot of athletes participating in the 2016 Summer Olympics, and some of the biggest names in the sport are going to be there.

The Rio Olympics is expected to take place in August, but for those looking for some of those sporting events to watch on television, there are some big events to look forward to.

Here are some of them.

The final on Friday evening will be the opening ceremony, and it will be watched live on the BBC World Service, with the coverage starting at 8pm.

The first Olympic basketball game will be between Australia and China, and the last of the swimming and diving events, which will be streamed on the International Swimming Channel.

You can catch the final live on BBC One at 8:30pm, while you can watch the highlights on BBC Sport at 12:00am.

Here are the most anticipated sporting events of the week.

Sports to watch:In addition to the opening and closing ceremonies, there will also be a number of other sporting events on offer in Rio.

In terms of the women’s final, the United States and Russia will be competing in the semi-finals, while the United Kingdom will compete in the final. 

The women’s gymnastics final, which was the focus of much of the coverage in Rio, is also on the cards, with Australia and Brazil set to face off.

There will also also be the women in judo final, with China competing in a semi-final and Russia facing off against the United Arab Emirates.

And finally, there is the men’s soccer final, featuring the host nation of the Rio Games, Germany.

In total, there could be more than 80 events planned for the Rio 2016 Games.

Watch Rio Olympics in full in the video above.