OLYMPICS LONDON 2012 LIVE: Games day ten - August 5th
GREAT Britain's own Incredible Hulk, Ben Ainslie, will look to become sailing's greatest ever Olympian in Weymouth in Showdown Sunday.
Incredible Hulk: Ben Ainslie is looking to seal a fourth gold in Weymouth and become sailing's
greatest ever Olympian
The 35-year-old warned his rivals to not make him angry after ganging up him to report a penalty, and the sailing superstar reacted by all but sealing his fourth gold medal.
On the track, local girl and defending champion Christine Ohurugou will look to defend her 400m title and Dai Greene will try to upset the odds in the 400m hurdles.
9.00 FENCING - Action at the ExCeL kicks off with the men's foil team round of 16 as Great Britain face Egypt.
9.00 SHOOTING - Edward Ling represents Team GB in the first day of two in the trap's men qualification round.
10.00 Onwards TRACK CYCLING - Ed Clancy competes in the final three races of the men's omnium as he takes to the track for the 4km individual pursuit, 15km scratch race and 1km time trial.
Vicky Pendleton races in the women's sprints qualifying as she aims to progress to the afternoons quarter-finals and keep her hopes of another gold medal alive. In the men's spirits quarter-finals, Jason Kenny will be hoping for similar success.
11.00 EQUESTRIAN - Nick Skelton, Ben Maher and Scott Brash jump in round two of the jumping individual qualifying, as well as riding for Great Britain in the team event.
11.00 ATHLETICS Claire Hallissey, Freya Murray and Mara Yamauchi run in for gold the women's marathon at The Mall
12.00 Onwards SAILING - Great Britain take to the water in Weymouth for their 49er men's races 12 and 13, and Bryony Shaw competes in the RS:X women's races nine and ten.
At 13.00, Team GB are guaranteed a medal in the star men medal race after their strong performances so far and there is another chance of silverware when Ben Ainslie sails in the finn men medal race at 14.00.
Also in action are Great Britain's women in the 470 race five and Nick Dempsey sails in the RS:X men's race nine and ten.
13.25 Onwards BOXING - Natasha Jonas fights against Quanitta Underwood in the women's light (60kg) round of 16 and a victory would see her take on top seed Ireland's Katie Taylor in the top round.
Later on, Luke Campbell takes to the ring against Bulgaria's Detelin Dalakliev in the men's bantam quarter-final at the ExCeL after knocking out Parrinello of Italy in the round of 16.
14.45 VOLLEYBALL - Great Britain's women face Japan in their final Pool A preliminary match but are relying on favours elsewhere in the group to qualify
15.00 SYNCHRONISED SWIMMING - The duets technical routine is the first event for Olivia Federici and Jenna Randall.
16.15 HANDBALL - Great Britain's women take on Croatia in their last chance to clinch a victory in the women's preliminaries Group A.
19.00 HOCKEY - Unbeaten so far in the men's pool, Team GB will be looking to continue their good form as they play against Australia.
19.00 Onwards ATHLETICS - The Olympic Stadium will no doubt be packed to the rafters again as Edith Child and Perri-Shakes Drayton run in the women's 400m hurdles first round, the women's triple jump final features Brit Yamile Aldama, and Alexander Smith competes in the men's hammer throw final.
Representing the home nation slightly later on are Robert Grabarz in the men's high jump qualifying round and after qualifying yesterday James Dasaolu, Dwain Chambers and Adam Gemili will all run in the 100m semi-finals.
Ross Murray and Andrew Baddeley will compete in the 1500m semi-finals and Conrad Williams, Nigel Levine and Martyn Rooney are looking to progress from the 400 semi-finals.
Greene, who just scraped into the 400m hurdles final, will be looking for a better time as he looks to fulfil his potential.
Defending women's 400m champion Ohurugou will have it all to do to retain her title as she will be drawn in an outside lane after qualifying seventh.
22.15 BASKETBALL - In their final women's preliminary round Group B match, Great Britain take on Brazil as they continue to chase their first victory after a close 80-77 loss to France last time out.
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