The DMV has a strong representation on Team USA at the Tokyo Olympics, and that includes Arlington's own Torri Huske competing in the Women's 100m butterfly.
The 18-year-old set an American record in the butterfly to qualify for the Olympics in June and is set to compete on the big stage Saturday morning in Tokyo.
Here's everything you need to know to watch the event.
How to watch Torri Huske at the Tokyo Olympics
What: Women's 100m butterfly, Heat 4
When: Saturday, July 24 at 6:33 a.m. EST
Where: Tokyo Aquatics Centre
TV channel/Stream: Stream the Olympic swimming heats on NBCOlympics.com
Huske is considered the favorite in this event. She already holds the American record and has a good chance at setting the world record in Tokyo.
Her chosen style is called "Fly and die," meaning she goes all out in the first 50 meters of the race and then relies on her big lead to secure a victory.
Should Huske make it out of her heat, she'll then have to go through a semifinal leg before reaching the medal round on July 26.