Usain Bolt is ready for primetime. The fastest man on earth had one of the easier qualifying days on Saturday, breezing to victory once he realized he needed to actually run. On Sunday, he'll have two runs to determine his status as the Olympic champion in the 100-meter event for the third straight time. Here's how you can watch and follow along with all his action on Sunday.

What: Men's 100-meter semifinal No. 2

When: 8:07 p.m. ET

TV: NBC | Stream:

What: Men's 100-meter final

When: 9:25 p.m. ET

TV: NBC | Stream:

Bolt's longtime American foe, Justin Gatlin, posted the lowest time in the qualifying heats at 10.01 seconds. Countrymen Yohan Blake also made the semis with a 10.11 time. He and Gatlin will go toe-to-toe in the final semifinal.

Two other Americans have a chance to compete with Bolt if they perform well in the semis. Marvin Bracy posted a 10.16 time in qualifying and will race in the first semi. Trayvon Bromell got in with a 10.13 and will go head-to-head with Bolt in semifinal No. 2.