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.
11:00 Women’s marathon
With Paul Radcliffe forced to pull out, Freya Murray will now compete in the marathon alongside GB team mates Claire Hallissey and Mara Yamauchi.
19:00 Women’s 400m Hurdles Round 1
Perri Shakes-Drayton and Eilidh Child are competing for GB in the hope of securing a place in the semi-final on Monday.
19:35 Women’s Triple Jump Final
It looks like a medal may be within Britain’s reach for this event after 39 year-old Yamile Aldama qualified for the final in second place on Friday.
19:45 Men’s 100m Semi-Final:
GB’s Dwayne Chambers, James Dasaolu, Adam Gemili all booked spots in the semi finals. Also look out for a couple of famour Jamaicans! The final will follow at 21:50
21:10 Women’s 400m Final
Reigning Olympic champion Christine Ohuruogo will defend her title tonight. And after a season’s best run in the semi’s she’s looking in good form.
22:15 Preliminary Round Group B – GB v Brazil
It’s the final match of the preliminaries – can Britain end it on a high note?
14:30 Women’s Light (60kg) Round of 16
GB’s Natasha Jonas faces Quanitta Underwood from the USA. Natasha was the first female British boxer in history to qualify for the Olympics, so she’ll be looking to prove herself and grab a place in the quarter finals on Monday.
Cycling – Track
10:58 Women’s Sprint Qualifying
The sprint is Victoria Pendleton’s final event and once again she’s a favourite for a medal. The 1/16 finals follow at 16:00 and the 1/8 Finals at 17:38.
16:15 Preliminary Group A – GB v Croatia
GB’s women may not be one of the top teams in these Games but keep an eye out for Britain’s Marie Gerbron who is one of the most successful goal scorers of the competition so far.
12:00 Women’s RS:X Race 9
Bryony Shaw continues on her mission for a medal. She competes in Race 9 at midday and again in Race 10 at 12:45.
15:00 Women’s Duets Qualification Technical Routine
Olivia Federici and Jenna Randall compete for Britain. The pair became the first British synchronised swimmers to compete in an Olympics for 16 years at Beijing, placing 14th. With the crowd behind them this time round, they’ll hopefully do even better.
16:00 Andy Murray and Laura Robson (GB) v Victoria Azarenka and Max Mirnyi – Mixed Doubles Final
14:45 Women’s Preliminary Round Group A – GB v Japan
Can Britain’s first ever female Olympic volleyball team secure a second victory?
20:20 Spain take on Great Britain in the quarter finals of the Olympic water polo competition. GB are still without a win in the water polo competition.
The Women’s Sports Magazine
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