Rock climbing (a.k.a. sport climbing) will make its debut at the Tokyo Olympic Games this summer. That's right—there's a whole new sport to watch, including some brand new athletes who just might become your faves.

The U.S. is sending four climbers (two men and two women) to the Tokyo Games to go for the gold. One standout, Brooke Raboutou, is only 20, but has already won three World Cup medals, per The Washington Post. Then, there's Kyra Condie, a 25-year-old climber whose specialty is bouldering (more on that in a sec).

When does rock climbing start?

The rock climbing events will happen between August 3rd and August 6th. The athletes will compete in the qualifying events on August 3rd and 4th before the winners go on to the finals on August 5th and 6th, per CNET.

What kind of rock climbing events can I watch?

There are three different rock climbing events, per Olympics.com: speed, bouldering, and lead. In the speed event, two climbers will race each other up a 15m wall. In the bouldering event, athletes will climb as many routes as they can in just four minutes.

And in the lead event, athletes will have six minutes to try to climb as high as they can on a wall. (If they both reach the top, the climber with the fastest time wins.) Men and women at the Tokyo Games will get to compete in qualifying and final rounds of each of these three events.

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Where can I watch the Olympics?

If you're looking to catch the Games live, you can find most of the events on NBC. The USA channel will also be playing re-runs of rock climbing, per NBCOlympics.com.

You can also stream all of Team USA rock climbing events through Peacock, NBC's streaming service, NBCOlympics.com, and the NBC Sports app. Or, you can find recorded events online at NBCOlympics.com.

The site will also handpick the best highlights, so you can sit back and watch a reel of Team USA's greatest moments.

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When can I watch rock climbing?

Here's the full rock climbing schedule, according to ESPN:

Tuesday, August 3rd

4:00 a.m. EST: Men's combined

4:00 a.m. EST: Men's combined, qualification

4:00 a.m. EST: Men's combined, qualification, speed

5:00 a.m. EST: Men's combined, qualification, bouldering

8:10 a.m. EST: Men's combined, qualification, lead

Wednesday, August 4th

4:00 a.m. EST: Women's combined

4:00 a.m. EST: Women's combined, qualification

4:00 a.m. EST: Women's combined, qualification, speed

5:00 a.m. EST: Women's combined, qualification, bouldering

8:10 a.m. EST: Women's combined, qualification, lead

Thursday, August 5th

4:30 a.m. EST: Men's combined, final

4:30 a.m. EST: Men's combined, final, speed

5:30 a.m. EST: Men's combined, final, bouldering

8:10 a.m. EST: Men's combined, final, lead

Friday, August 6th

4:30 a.m. EST: Women's combined, final

4:30 a.m. EST: Women's combined, final, speed

5:30 a.m. EST: Women's combined, final, bouldering

8:10 a.m. EST: Women's combined, final, lead

Where can I catch up on highlights?

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Not too keen on waking up at 4:00 a.m. to catch rock climbing live? Don't sweat it! You can catch all of the best highlights any time on NBCOlympics.com and Peacock.

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