As the Tokyo Paralympics enters its second half, some big names are seeking medals on Day 7.

Oksana Masters races on the road, Tatyana McFadden races on the track, and Jessica Long races in the pool. Plus the quarterfinals get underway in women's wheelchair basketball and men's goalball.

Below is a rundown of what to watch on Day 7 of the Paralympic Games. All events listed below can be streamed live on, and many can also be seen as part of the NBCSN broadcast.

TV Schedule

Event Time Network
Wheelchair Basketball, Road Cycling, Sitting Volleyball 9p-3a ET NBCSN (Live Stream)
Swimming, Cycling, Track & Field, Wheelchair Basketball 3a-9a ET NBCSN (Live Stream)

NBCSN will have live coverage of the Tokyo Paralympics from 9 p.m. - 9.a.m ET. Quarterfinals in wheelchair basketball, finals in swimming and track & field, and the time trials in road cycling are among the many events that will be featured during that time.

Road Cycling

Event Time Link
Time Trial: Part 1 7:00 p.m. ET Live Stream
Time Trial: Part 2 11:00 p.m. ET Live Stream

Oksana Masters has competed at every Summer and Winter Olympics since 2012, conquering numerous sports along the way. She's won medals—eight total—in rowing, cross-country skiing and biathlon, and is looking to add cycling to that list. Masters, who spent seven years in Ukrainian orphanages after being born with birth defects likely caused by the Chernobyl nuclear accident, first competed in cycling at the 2016 Paralympics, finishing fourth in the road race and fifth in the time trial.

A total of 19 different classifications will hold time trial events on this day. Masters will compete in the women's H4-5 class, which is scheduled to get underway around 9 p.m. ET.

Track & Field

Event Time Link
Session 1 8:30 p.m. ET Live Stream
Session 2 6:00 a.m. ET Live Stream

A pair of wheelchair races highlight the track & field schedule on Day 6. In the first session, an anticipated showdown between Switzerland's Marcel Hug and Team USA's Daniel Romanchuk awaits in the men's 1500m T54 final (10:46 p.m. ET). Hug, nicknamed the "Silver Bullet", won gold in last week's 5000m race, and Romanchuk took gold in the 400m race.

The second session includes the women's 1500m T54 final (7:56 a.m. ET) with Tatyana McFadden and Susannah Scaroni of the United States. McFadden is one medal away from the 20th of her Paralympic career, and Scaroni is seeking her second gold of the Tokyo Games.

Defending Paralympic champion Deja Young and reigning world champion Brittni Mason in the women's 100m T47 final (7:18 a.m. ET) will be another must-see event.

Wheelchair Tennis

Event Time Link
Center Court (5 Matches) 10:00 p.m. ET Live Stream
Court 1 (3 Matches) 10:00 p.m. ET Live Stream

Women's singles quarterfinals, quad singles semifinals and men's doubles semifinals are all on tap for Day 6.

The lone American taking the court on this day, Dana Mathewson will play Great Britain's Jordanne Whiley in a women's quarterfinal match at 10 p.m. ET on Court 1 (live stream). Earlier this summer, Mathewson became the first U.S. woman to play in the French Open's wheelchair competition.

Wheelchair Basketball

Event Time Link
Quarterfinal: USA vs Canada (W) 11:30 p.m. ET Live Stream
Quarterfinal: Germany vs Spain (W) 2:00 a.m. ET Live Stream
Quarterfinal: China vs Great Britain (W) 5:15 a.m. ET Live Stream
Quarterfinal: Netherlands vs Japan (W) 7:45 a.m. ET Live Stream

The knockout rounds begin in wheelchair basketball with the women's quarterfinals, and leading off the day's slate of games is a continental matchup between the United States and Canada.

It's been an up-and-down tournament thus far for Team USA. The reigning Paralympic gold medalists finished third in their group with a 2-2 record and will now have to face a Canadian team that finished second in the other group. Lindsey Zurbrugg led the U.S. in scoring in two of its four preliminary games.


Event Time Link
Quarterfinal: Japan vs China (M) 12:15 a.m. ET Live Stream
Quarterfinal: USA vs Ukraine (M) 2:00 a.m. ET Live Stream
Quarterfinal: Belgium vs Lithuania (M) 4:45 a.m. ET Live Stream
Quarterfinal: Brazil vs Turkey (M) 6:30 a.m. ET Live Stream

All three medalists from the 2016 Paralympics are in action as the men's goalball tournament begins its knockout stage. The United States, 2016 silver medalists, had some uneven performances in the preliminary round. Although the Americans handed Brazil its only loss of the group stage and beat Algeria by eight goals, they also lost two games after falling behind by 10 goals and having the sport's mercy rule invoked. Their quarterfinal opponent will be Ukraine, and the winner of the matchup will move on to face the winner of Japan vs. China in the semifinals.

In later games, defending gold medalists Lithuania play Belgium, and 2016 bronze medalists Brazil play Turkey.


Event Time Link
Swimming Heats 8:00 p.m. ET Live Stream
Swimming Finals 4:00 a.m. ET Live Stream

One day after taking three of the top four spots in their 100m backstroke race, the U.S. trio of Mallory Weggemann, Julia Gaffney and McKenzie Coan returns to action in the women's 100m freestyle S7. Weggemann has won two gold medals, including one from yesterday's thrilling come-from-behind win, so far in Tokyo, and Coan has scored one gold medal of her own. The final is set for 5:40 a.m. ET.

Also in the pool will be Ameican star Jessica Long. Having already earned a gold and a bronze at these Paralympics, Long now owns a career total of 25 medals. She'll have three chances left to add to that tally, starting with Tuesday's 400m freestyle S8 final (4:10 a.m. ET).