TOKYO, Japan — Team USA's Javianne Oliver, who's from Monroe, Georgia, is hitting the track once again the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. The sprinter is competing along with her teammates in the Women’s 4x100 relay final on Friday morning.
The American 4x100 meter relay team advanced from the qualifier on Wednesday, finishing second in their heat and moving on to the finals to vie for a chance at an Olympic medal on Friday at 9:30 a.m.
Oliver graduated from Monroe Area High School before attending the University of Kentucky, according to Team USA's website.
After advancing out of the qualifying heat last week in the women's 100m race, Oliver headed to the semifinal and finished fifth in her heat with a time of 0:11:08. It was not enough for the 26-year-old to reach the final later that night.
Now, she’s headed to the track again for a different event. The Women’s 4x100 relay final will be streamed at 9:30 a.m. Here’s how you can watch Oliver.
The event is held in Tokyo and will be streamed live Friday morning at 9:30 a.m. ET.
What you need to know:
- Who: Georgia's Javianne Oliver and America's women's 4x100 relay team
- What: Women's 4x100m relay final
- When: 9:30 a.m. ET
- Where: Tokyo, Japan
- Stream: LIVE on NBC Olympics