OLYMPICS LONDON 2012: Team GB schedule – Monday August 6th
ANDY Murray won one, lost one final at Wimbledon yesterday and Ben Ainslie became the greatest British sailor of all time to cap off an extraordinary week for Great Britain on home soil, and water.
SKELTON SOARS: Team GB produced two flawless rounds to climb the table on day two of show jumping
And Louis Smith and Max Whitlock took a brilliant two-three on the men's individual pommel horse, today the women's gymnastics team could find themselves with a podium finish on the uneven bars.
9.00 SHOOTING – Jonathan Hammond and James Charles Huckle begin the day’s action in the 50m rifle 3 position men's qualification, with Edward Ling also shooting in day two of the trap’s men qualification.
9.30 CANOE SPRINT – Tim Brabants races in the kayak singles 1000m heat one, Richard Jefferies aims to qualify from the men’s canoe single first heat, and Great Britain’s women compete in the kayak four 500m first heat.
12.00 Onwards SAILING – Team GB take to the water for their 470 men’s races seven and eight, and Alison Young is looking for silverware in the women’s laser radial medal race. Paul Goodison races in the men’s equivalent race before the team is in action for the 49er men’s races 14 and 15.
13.25 Onwards BOXING – Second seed Nicola Adams had a bye in the women’s fly preliminaries so will compete for the first time at London 2012 in the quarter-finals against Stoyka Petrova.
After being the first British woman to win a bout at the Olympics, Natasha Jonas is back in the ring for her fight against top seed Ireland’s Katie Taylor.
In the evening, women’s middleweight top seed Savannah Marshall is in the ring for a quarter-final encounter with Marina Volnova.
14.00 Equestrian – Nick Skelton and Ben Maher lead ahead of the jumping individual qualifier three and Scott Brash sits in joint 31st. Peter Charles joins them for the team jumping round two final too.
14.50 GYMNASTICS – Crowd favourite and 2012 World Champion Beth Tweddle competes in the women's uneven bars final as she seeks her first Olympic medal.
Slightly later on, Kristian Thomas will battle for gold in the men's vault final at the North Greenwich Arena.
15.00 SYNCHRONISED SWIMMING – In the duets free routine preliminaries, Olivia Federici and Jenna Randall represent Great Britain following their Duets Technical Routine on Sunday.
16.00 CYCLING – Jason Kenny races in the men’s sprints semi-finals and will be looking to progress to the evening’s medal race. In the women’s equivalent race, Vicky Pendleton races in the quarter-finals and will be hoping to add her to gold medal tally by the end of the day.
Laura Trott is also in action in the first three rounds of the women’s omnium at the Velodrome.
16.15 HANDBALL – In their final preliminary game at the Copper Box, Team GB face Iceland but they will not progress to the next round after failing to pick up any points so far.
16.45 BASKETBALL – Great Britain face China in their closing Group B game and will be hoping other results go their way and they look to qualify for the knock-out stages.
16.45 VOLLEYBALL – A match against Argentina rounds off Great Britain’s men’s Group B fixtures but having lost their four other games, they will leaving the competition regardless of this result.
18.20 WATER POLO – Team GB men take on Montenegro as they seek their first points of London 2012.
19.00 DIVING – In the men’s 3m springboard preliminaries, Jack Laugher and Chris Mears will be hoping to qualify for the next round.
19.00 HOCKEY – Great Britain’s women will be looking to bounce back from defeat to China when they take on Netherlands in their final Pool WA match.
19.00 ATHLETICS – Holly Bleasdale jumps for gold in the women’s pole vault final, followed at 20.45 by the men’s 400m hurdles final featuring David Greene. Margaret Adeoye, Anyika Onuora and Abiodun Oyepitan will run In the 200m round one heats one to three.
20.25 Onwards BOXING – At the ExCel, Anthony Ogogo faces Stefan Hartel of Germany in the men’s middleweight semi-final after defeating top seed Ievgen Khytrov in the quarters.
Anthony Joshua is also in the ring for Team GB as he fights China’s Zhilei Zhang in the men’s super-heavy weight quarter-final.
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