SEVENTH HEAVEN: Michael Phelps of Rodgers Forge could be going for his seventh gold medal, tying Mark Spitz's record for the most in a single Olympics, and his 13th medal overall. It's the finals of the 100-meter butterfly. One of his most competitive rivals, Ian Crocker, is expected to challenge him. 10:10 p.m., chs. 11, 4

COMING HOME: Coached by Jenny Lang Ping (right), one of China's most famous athletes, the United States takes on China in a much-anticipated matchup of women's volleyball. Both teams are 2-1. Ping starred as an outside hitter in leading China to a silver medal in the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles. Since 1983, China's record against the United States is 82-29. MSNBC

GOLDEN SHOT: The United States tries to sweep the shot-put competition with Reese Hoffa, Adam Nelson and Christian Cantwell. chs. 11, 4

TV SCHEDULE

Chs. 11, 4

10a.m.-1p.m., 8p.m.-midnight, 12:35-2a.m.

USA

2a.m.-noon

MSNBC

5a.m.-5p.m.

CNBC

5-8p.m., midnight- 4:30a.m.

Telemundo

8-noon, midnight-1a.m, 2-6a.m.

Oxygen

6-8p.m.

MORE COVERAGE ONLINE

Go to baltimoresun.com for the 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 Katie Hoff

•Updated medal count and results

•Complete schedules and TV listings