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COLUMBUS, Ohio -- As Kyle Snyder and Tervel Dlagnev chase Olympic glory in Rio, those looking to follow along can do so via a variety of NBC Sports platforms.
NBCOlympics.com and the NBC Sports app will live stream 4,500 total hours -- including every minute of the wrestling competition -- for authenticated pay TV subscribers to desktops, mobile devices, and tablets, plus connected TVs. For a full streaming schedule, click here. Wrestling will also be covered on the NBC Sports Network and CNBC during the Games. Check your local listings and NBCOlympics.com on a daily basis.
Snyder and Dlagnev's complete competition schedule is as follows:
125 kg | Saturday, August 20 (Dlagnev):
9:00 a.m. ET | Qualification and elimination rounds
3:00 p.m. ET | Repechage, gold medal and bronze medal matches and medal ceremony
97 kg | Sunday, August 21 (Snyder):
7:30 a.m. ET | Qualification and elimination rounds
11:45 a.m. ET | Repechage, gold medal and bronze medal matches and medal ceremony
A few international notes on Snyder and Dlagnev:
• Since last summer, Snyder is 26-3 in international competitions. That includes last September's World championship, the Pan American Games championship, a 4-0 mark at the Freestyle World Cup and three third place finishes in 2016 (Grand Prix of Germany, Alexander Medved International and Ivan Yarygin Grand Prix).
• Snyder -- the youngest World champion is U.S. wrestling history -- is also one of just two wrestlers in United States history to win a World championship while still competing in college. Oklahoma State head coach John Smith (1987 World champion) is the other.
• Dlagnev is making is second Olympic appearance after taking fifth at the 2012 Games in London.
• So far in 2016, Dlagnev was the Pan American Olympic Qualifier champion and took third at the Paris International Open. He qualified for the World championships but did not compete due to injury.