TOKYO, Japan — More than 600 athletes are representing the United States at the Tokyo Olympics and a number of them are from Indiana.
Here are the Hoosier athletes to watch on Saturday, July 24 (Note: All dates and times listed are in eastern time):
Rajeev Ram — Tennis
Carmel High School graduate Rajeev Ram is competing in the men's doubles competition.
Ram and partner Frances Tiafoe opened play early Saturday with a win over No. 6 seed Andrey Rublev and Karen Khachanov of Russian Olympic Committee (ROC). Ram and Tiafoe dropped the first set 6-7 but came back to take the second 7-6 and the third 12 points to 10.
Ram won a silver medal at the 2016 Rio Games in mixed doubles alongside Venus Williams.
Tennis will be available to stream on NBCOlympics.com and the NBC Sports mobile app.
Alec Yoder - Men's Artistic Gymnastics
Indianapolis gymnast Alec Yoder advanced in the pommel horse competition Saturday morning.
His score of 15.200 means he moves on to the final on Sunday, August 1.
Yoder was the highest-placing U.S. qualifier, finishing in fourth place.
The qualification event will re-air on NBC tonight at 8:45 p.m. ET.
Jackie Young — 3-on-3 Women's Basketball
Princeton, Indiana native and former University of Notre Dame student Jackie Young was a late replacement in the 3-on-3 women's basketball tournament after Katie Lou Samuelson tested positive for COVID-19 while training in Las Vegas.
Young, Stefanie Dolson, Allisha Gray and her Las Vegas Aces teammate Kelsey Plum faced France early Saturday, July 24 and won 17-10.
The top two teams in the eight-team pool qualify for the semifinals. Then, the next four teams qualify for the quarterfinals. The remaining two teams are eliminated.
3-on-3 women's basketball will be available to stream on NBCOlympics.com and the NBC Sports mobile app.
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Jake Mitchell — Swimming
Carmel High School graduate Jake Mitchell did not receive a medal Saturday night after placing 8th in the men's 400-meter freestyle.
Mitchell finished fourth in the final preliminary heat of the men's 400-meter freestyle Saturday morning with a time of 3:45.38, which was good enough for him to make it back for another swim Saturday night.
The eight fastest swimmers from five heats advanced to the final, which took place Saturday, July 24 at 9:52 p.m. ET., which will air on WTHR Channel 13.
Mitchell stood seventh heading into the final, along with his American teammate Kieran Smith, who touched the wall just ahead of Mitchell in the same qualifying heat to earn the 6th seed for the final.
Lee Kiefer — Fencing
Three-time Olympian and University of Notre Dame graduate Lee Kiefer is seeking her first medal in foil fencing after finishing 10th in Rio and fifth in London.
The women's foil individual tournament begins Saturday, July 24 at 8 p.m. ET.
Kiefer was the youngest member of the 2009 U.S. Senior World Foil Team. She started fencing at age 5, and in 2011, she was the only athlete in the world to have earned individual podium finishes at the senior, junior and cadet world championships. Six years later, Kiefer became the first American woman to earn a No. 1 foil ranking.
Fencing will be available to stream on NBCOlympics.com and on the NBC Sports mobile app.
RELATED: Rules of the Game: Fencing
Annie Drews — Volleyball
Elkhart native and Purdue University graduate Annie Drews joins the U.S. women's volleyball team for her first Olympics.
The U.S. plays their first of five games in Pool B of the preliminary round against Argentina on Saturday, July 24 at 10:05 p.m. ET.
Preliminary rounds of volleyball will be available to stream on NBCOlympics.com and on the NBC Sports mobile app.