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Tuesday could be a day of comebacks at London 2012.
Up at 9:47 a.m. ET in the individual balance beam competition is U.S. gymnast Gabrielle Douglas, hoping to banish memories of her disappointing performance in the individual uneven bars Monday. Her last place showing was just one blemish on an otherwise perfect run -- she won the prestigous all-around individual competition and was a key member of the gold-medal winning women's team. Yet it was unexpected, and had to hurt. She enters the competition with the second-best qualifying score behind China's Sui Lu.
Team USA's Aly Raisman, whose score tied for bronze in the all-around but got bounced to fourth under a complex tie-breaking rule, will also represent the USA. The event will be livestreamed on NBCOlympics.com.
Raisman will also compete in the floor exercise, along with teammate Jordyn Wieber, at 11:23 a.m. For Wieber, too, this will be a chance at redemption: Wieber was widely considered the best of the American gymnasts entering the Olympics, but a lackluster performance in the qualifying rounds meant that she floor exercise is her only shot at an individual medal.
In the afternoon, hurdler Lolo Jones will take to the track. Her comeback journey has been four years in the making. During the women's 100m hurdles final at the Beijing Games in 2008, Jones famously tripped on the penultimate hurdle resulting in a seventh place finish and destroying what many believed to be a sure shot at a gold medal.
Jones came in first in her qualifying heat for the event Monday, with a time of 12:68. Teammate and defending Olympic champion Dawn Harper also qualified for the semifinals which begin at 2:5 p.m. ET Tuesday on NBC. Australia's Sally Pearson holds the best overall time following the six heats with 12:57 - the fastest first-round time in Olympic history.
The 100m hurdle final will be livestreamed at 4 p.m. on NBCOlympics.com and broadcast from 8 p.m. on NBC.
Other events Tuesday include:
For a full local listing of events being shown all day on NBC, the NBC Sports Network, Bravo, CNBC, MSNBC, the NBC Olympic Soccer Channel, the NBC Basketball Channel and Telemundo, please see NBCOlympics.com, where you can also find listings for all livestreamed events.