Sportsister’s guide to what to watch and who to look out for on another busy day of competition for Team GB at the London 2012 Olympic Games.
09:26 Women’s Individual 1/32 Eliminations
Team GB’s Naomi Folkard faces Russia’s Kristina Timofeeva. The winner of the match will then compete in the 1/16 Eliminations at 10:05.
10:57 Women’s Individual 1/32 Eliminations
Alison Williamson takes on Bishindee Urantungalag from Mongolia. Williamson, who is competing in her sixth consecutive games, claimed the bronze in this event at Athens. The winner of the match will compete in the next round at 11:23.
15:20 Mixed Doubles Group Play Stage – Group A
British pair Chris Adcock and Imogen Bankier play China’s Nan Zhang and Yunlei Zhao. Adcock and Bankier will be battling for their first win, after losing their previous two group matches on Saturday and Sunday. Even if they get it, they will still not progress past the group stage.
13:05 Women’s Singles Group Play Stage – Group H
Team GB’s Susan Egelstaff plays 12th seed Sayaka Sato from Japan. The match will almost certainly decide who proceeds to the knockout last 16.
17:30 Women’s Preliminary Round
Zara Dampney and Shauna Mullin take on Italians Greta Cicolari and Marta Menegatti. The British pair won their opening match against Canada at the weekend. Neither Mullin or Dampney have competed in the Games before and both appeared over the moon with their first Olympic performance.
15:00 Women’s Synchronised 10m Platform Final
Sarah Barrow and Tonia Couch are competing for Team GB. Couch finished eighth in both the individual and the synchronised competition alongside Stacie Powell at Beijing, producing the best performance by a female British diver for over twenty years. This time, she will be aiming for a place on the podium with new partner Sarah Barrow.
10:30 Individual Eventing Jumping Qualifier / Team eventing Jumping Final
After completing the Dressage and the Cross Country, Team GB’s Zara Phillips, Mary King, Nicola Wilson, Kristina Cook and William Fox-Pitt will complete in the final team event, which will determine which 25 competitors will qualify for the Individual Jumping Final, taking place at 14:30.
19:45 Women’s First Round Group E GB v Brazil
Despite being guaranteed a place in the quarter-finals, this match will no doubt prove exciting as Team GB face their toughest competitors yet at Wembley.
Gymnastics – Artistic
16:30 Women’s Team Final
Can Team GB take the gold from reigning Olympic Champions China?
16:00 Women’s Preliminary Round Group A GB v Korea
Team GB will be hoping for their second victory of the round, after winning 4-0 to Japan on Sunday. Keep an eye out for Alex Danson who scored two goals in their opening match.
09:37 Women’s -63kg Elimination Round of 32
Team GB’s Gemma Howell makes her Olympic debut and faces France’s Gevrise Emane. The winner of the match will face Yaritza Abel Rojas from Cuba in the next round at 11:01. The quarter finals follow at 11:57 before the repechage and the bronze match at 14:00. The final takes place at 16:00.
10:50 Women’s Eight Repechages
After finishing third in their heat, Team GB compete against Germany, Australia, Romania and the Netherlands.
12:00 and 14:00 Women’s Laser Radial Races 3 and 4
Alison Young is competing for Team GB. The twenty five-year old has really proved herself recently, after claiming her first world cup victory just two months ago in Weymouth.
14:00 Women’s RS-X Race
Bryony Shaw competes for Team GB in two races, the second at 14:45. Bryony became Britain’s first ever female Olympic wind-surfing medallist at Beijing, when she won bronze.
14:35 Women’s Elliott 6m Round Robin
Team GB face Finland and then later at 16:30, France. Sisters Lucy and Kate Macgregor are joined by Annie Lush in their quest for a medal at their first Olympic Games.
10:23 Women’s 200m Butterfly Heats
Ellen Gandy, who broke the 100m butterfly record when she won gold at the Olympic trials in March competes in Heat 3 while 22-year-old Jemma Lowe will race in Heat 4. The semi-finals will take place at 19:57.
19:41 Women’s 200m Freestyle Final
Caitlin McClatchey, who is competing in her third Games, has qualified as sixth fastest for this event.
20:43 Women’s 200m Individual Medley Final
After a good swim in last night’s semi Hannah Miley is through to the final.
12:00 Round 2 Heather Watson faces world number 15 Maria Kirilenko.
12:00 Round 2 Laura Robson faces world number three Maria Sharapova.