CONTINUING TO MAKE A SPLASH: Michael Phelps comes back for more in the 200-meter freestyle (scheduled for 10:16p.m.). Natalie Coughlin, Katie Hoff and Aaron Peirsol are other headliners in the pool. Chs. 11, 4
MORE OF A TEST FOR WOMEN'S BASKETBALL? It's the U.S. women's turn to meet China. Diana Taurasi, Lisa Leslie, Candace Parker and Co. will probably have more difficulty than in the 40-point victory over Czech Republic in the opener. 8a.m., USA Network
MUST-WIN IN THE SAND: The United States' Phil Dalhauser and Todd Rogers are the gold-medal favorites in men's beach volleyball, but they were upset in the opener. They try to bounce back against the Swiss team. 10 a.m., chs. 11, 4
Chs. 11, 4 10a.m.-1p.m., 8p.m.-12:30a.m., 1:05-2:30a.m.
8-10a.m., midnight-1a.m, 2-6a.m..
MORE COVERAGE ONLINE
Go to baltimoresun.com for From Baltimore to Beijing blog by Sun columnist Rick Maese and reporter Kevin Van Valkenburg. Also at baltimoresun.com:
•Olympic photo galleries
•Olympic videos including Phelps and Hoff
•Updated medal count and results
•Complete schedules and TV listings
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