There's this really fast man running at the 2016 Rio Olympics that you've probably heard of: Usain Bolt. This is reportedly the Jamaican sprinter's final Olympics — which isn't a stretch, since he'd be in his 30s by the next Olympic games. But if that is true, he has one final 200m race left in his Olympic career.
Bolt competed in the semifinal heat on Wednesday, and seemed to really enjoy himself in the process, smiling alongside Canadian competitor Andre De Grasse (everyone else was winded, of course).
Now, the 200m final is set for Thursday at 5 p.m. Eastern. For Bolt fans without access to a TV at the time, NBC has a solution.
The network has made all of their Olympics coverage available to stream on its website, NBCOlympics.com. Bolt's 200m sprint will be available there, and you can check out the rest of NBC's streaming schedule here.
Don't be late, or you'll miss out on watching the fastest man alive for one of the last times in his career — and probably, more meme-worthy photo finishes.