As we go into the final weekend of the Games there are several medals to be won in the Canoe Sprint and Athletics events; Tom Daley will also look to make up for his previous medal disappointment in his individual event.

*Denotes medal chance

 

Morning

08:45: Modern Pentathlon (Fencing) – Nick Woodbridge and Sam Weale compete in the first event.

09:00: Athletics – Men’s 50km Walk: Dominic King competes for GB, but has one of the lowest PB’s of the competitors. 

09:30: Canoe Sprint – Men’s Kayak Single 200m: Ed McKeever is in the final after winning his semi. His medal final follows Final B.

10:00: Diving – Men’s 10m Platform: Tom Daley is up against China’s Qiu Bo in the semifinals.

10:14: Canoe Sprint – Women’s Kayak Single 200m: Jess Walker races for a medal. Her final follows non-medal Final B.

10:41: Canoe Sprint – Men’s Kayak Double 200m: Liam Heath and Jon Schofield are through. Their final is after Final B.

 

Afternoon

12:30: Cycling (Mountain Biking): Annie Last represents GB in the mountain biking final at Hadleigh Farm.

13:20: Modern Pentathlon (Swimming) – Second stage of the event for Nick Woodbridge and Sam Weale.

15:20: Modern Pentathlon (Riding) – Nick Woodbridge and Sam Weale compete in the third stage of the Pentathlon.

15:30: Hockey – GB Men look to get a bronze as their female counterparts have done in their match against Australia.

17:00: Athletics – Women’s 20km Walk: Johanna Jackson competes for GB.

18:45: Modern Pentathlon (Combined Event) – Final event in the Pentathlon for Woodbridge and Weale – could be the decider.

 

Evening

19:30: Athletics – Men’s 5000m: Mo Farah looks to double his London 2012 Gold tally.

20:25: Athletics – Women’s 4 x 400m Relay: GB are through after coming third in their semifinal.

20:30: Diving – Men’s 10m Platform: Tom Daley  may be in the final, diving for a medal.

20:45: Boxing – Men’s Bantamweight: Luke Campbell takes on Ireland’s John Joe Nevin in tonight’s final.

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