How to watch karate at the Tokyo Olympics

Here's how to watch karate at the Tokyo Olympics.
Here's how to watch karate at the Tokyo Olympics.

Karate is set to make its Olympic debut in Tokyo. The Olympic karate competition will begin on Wednesday, August 4 and conclude on Saturday, August 7 with all rounds of women's 61+kg and men's 75+kg kumite.

Four Americans will be representing the U.S. in karate for the Tokyo Olympics — Sakura Kokumai, Ariel Torres, Brian Irr and Tom Scott — all of whom will be looking to earn a medal in karate's birthplace.

The full schedule for streaming coverage of Olympic karate can be found here.

8/4, 9 p.m. ETWomen's Kata & Men's 67kg Kumite: Elimination RoundNBCOlympics.com
8/5, 4 a.m. ETWomen's Kata; Women's 55kg & Men's 67kg Kumite: Semis/FinalNBCOlympics.com
8/5, 9 p.m. ETMen's Kata & Women's 61kg Kumite: Elimination RoundNBCOlympics.com
8/6, 4 a.m. ETMen's Kata; Women's 61kg & Men's 75kg Kumite: Semis/FinalNBCOlympics.com
8/7, 1 a.m. ETWomen's 61+kg & Men's 75+kg Kumite: All RoundsNBCOlympics.com