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Olympic gymnastics 2016 live stream: Time, TV schedule, events and how to watch online Monday

It'll likely be another big day for the American women. But it definitely won't be for the men.

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The Olympics gymnastics competition's most prestigious events are over, but there's plenty left to compete for this week in Rio. Monday brings a handful of significant contests at the Rio Olympic Arena.

Monday's competition features three event finals: rings and the vault for the men, and the balance beam for the women. And even with the team finals and individual all-arounds in the books, there's a lot on the line.

NBC will show the event finals, but its TV broadcast will be tape-delayed. The online stream, however, is live.

Simone Biles and Laurie Hernandez finished with the top two qualifying scores on the beam, and they'll represent Team USA in that final. Biles' beam routine is sports art, and she'll be the favorite to add to what's becoming a serious collection of Olympic golds. Hernandez, the youngest member of the American team at 16, had a brilliant qualifying routine. Americans Gabby Douglas and Aly Raisman had top-eight qualifying scores, but they're barred from the final under the Olympics' two-per-country limit in event finals.

The United States doesn't have a gymnast in the men's vault or rings final. On the rings, Jacob Dalton finished 10th in qualifying, two spots away from advancement. The top qualifier is North Korea's Ri Se-gwang, who scored a 15.433. The top qualifier on the rings is China's Liu Yang, who scored a remarkable 15.900.

All times Eastern (click for online stream)

Gymnastics events for Monday, August 15

1 p.m. - Individual apparatus finals:

1 p.m. - Men's rings
1:54 p.m. - Men's vault
2:46 p.m. - Women's balance beam

TV: NBC, delay programming begins at 8 p.m.

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Biles dominated the individual all-around for gold