2012 Summer Olympics Daily Preview: Women's Gymnastics Team Final, Men's Basketball Prelims Set For Tuesday

The schedule for Tuesday in London includes plenty of marquee events, including the women's team gymnastics final. Medals will be awarded in several other sports as well, including swimming, weightlifting, fencing, equestrian and judo.

Related: London 2012 Olympics: Matt Grevers, Northwestern Alumnus, Wins 100m Backstroke Gold

The U.S. men's basketball team will return to action against Tunisia in another preliminary round game, and competitions continue in beach volleyball, rowing, badminton and women's soccer.

Chicagoan Bob Willis will be competing in the men's RS-X sailing event; if NBC's Olympics website has live online coverage of that event, it will begin at 6:00 a.m. CT.

For additional information on all of the events scheduled for Tuesday, including start times, online streaming links and lists of the athletes participating, visit NBC's Olympics schedule page.

Keep up with the medal count at this link.

For updates, stay tuned to SB Nation Chicago. For more in-depth coverage of the 2012 London games, check out SB Nation's dedicated Olympics news hub.

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