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How to re-watch Simone Biles balance beam finals performance

NBC plans to re-air Biles' performance Tuesday night. To learn how to re-watch it, here's when to tune in.

TEMPLE, Texas — While the United States was sleeping, Olympic champion Simone Biles competed in the women's individual balance beam final.

Spoiler alert: The 24-year-old placed third, winning her a bronze medal -- and her seventh Olympic medal.

Suni Lee, 18, her teammate and successor as the Olympic all-around champion, also competed. She took fifth place.

No one anticipated Biles would make a return this Tokyo Games after she withdrew from the team competition and other individual events, citing her mental health and the "twisties." So, you can imagine the buzz and excitement when we all heard she would compete on the balance beam.

And luckily for us, NBC plans to re-air Biles' performance Tuesday night. To learn how to re-watch it, scroll down below.

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How can I watch Biles' performance on TV?

Biles' balance beam performance will re-air as part of NBC's primetime Olympic coverage, which starts at 7 p.m. CT.

How can I stream Biles' performance?

Unfortunately, NBC isn't streaming the Olympics for free -- at least, after a 30-minute trial on their website. After, you're asked to sign into your TV provider account or download Peacock.

You can download Peacock for free and have access to event highlights, but there could be a chance that the competition will only be accessible to Premium Members. If so, it will cost you $5.