How to watch the men's 100m butterfly final

Friday August 12th, 2016

Michael Phelps is looking to earn his fourth gold medal at the 2016 Rio Olympics in the men’s 100-meter butterfly on Friday night.

The swimmer holds the world record for the event with a time of 49.82 seconds in the 2009 Word Championships. He also set the Olympic record in 2008 with a time of 50.58 seconds. He earned gold in the event at the 2012 Olympics with a time of 51.21 seconds.

A win for Phelps would mark the 23rd gold medal and the 27th medal of his Olympic career. Phelps already has four gold medals at the 2016 Games. 

Details on how to watch the event can be found below.

How to watch

Time: 9 p.m. ET


Live Steam: The event can be live streamed here.

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