Jason Kenny became Britain's first double gold medallist of London 2012 on Monday, after winning the individual sprint. Kenny's victory followed British showjumping team's first Olympic gold medal in 60 years and gymnast Beth Tweddle's third-place finish in the uneven bars event.
Heading into day 11, Team GB will be hoping to surpass the 19 gold medal achieved at Beijing 2008. The hosts stand third in the medals table - behind China and the US - with 18 gold, 11 silver and 11 bronze and will be keen to add to their tally on Tuesday.
Here are the highlights for Tuesday 7 August (all times BST):
Track Cycling: London 2012's final night at the velodrome will see the nation's biggest track cycling stars, Sir Chris Hoy and Victoria Pendleton, competing on the same stage for the last time. Hoy will try to win his sixth career gold medal when he competes in the keirin. The heats are scheduled at 10 am, while the final is set to start at 5:57 pm. Meanwhile Pendleton, who will retire after the Games, is looking for her third career gold in the individual sprint. The semi-finals will take place at 4 pm and the final at 5:25 pm.
Triathlon: Triathlon superstars Alistair Brownlee and Jonny Brownlee have dominated the sport in the past few years and finished first and second in last year's World Cup in Switzerland. And with the home advantage of Hyde Park, the brothers are heavy favourites to clinch gold and silver in the event that starts at 11:30 am.
Athletics: After triumphing in the 100m on Sunday, Usain Bolt will now look to defend his second Olympic title, with the 200m heats set to start at 11:50 am. Robbie Grabarz has every chance of landing a medal in the high jump final at 7 pm, while fellow Briton Tiffany Porter will compete in the 100m hurdles semi-finals at 7:15 pm. Lawrence Okoye will attempt to win a medal in the discus final at 7:45 pm and Phillips Idowu will be in action in the qualifiers of the triple jump at 10:45 am.
Equestrian: Team GB's dressage team are very close to winning the nation's first Olympic gold in the sport. Carl Hester, Laura Bechtolsheimer and Charlotte Dujardin hold the lead, narrowly ahead of Germany, going into the final round of the team event at 10 am.
Sailing: Nick Dempsey will look to win the silver in possibly the last-ever windsurfing races at the Olympics, with the sport set to be replaced by kiteboarding at Rio 2016. Dempsey is currently in second position going into the medal race of the RS-X at 1 pm, with gold already won by Dorian van Rijsselberge of the Netherlands.
Hockey: Team GB men take on Spain at 7 pm, needing just a draw to reach the semi-finals. Britain had produced a brilliant comeback in their last match against Australia, from three down to earn a draw.
Where to Watch Live
You can follow all the action live on BBC One to 10pm BST; with breaks for BBC News between 1pm BST and 1:45pm BST and 6pm BST and 7pm BST). Coverage in that period will be available on BBC Two and will continue from 10pm BST to 10:40pm BST. Live coverage is also available to 11pm BST on BBC Three and BBC HD. Sky 3D will have coverage until 9:45pm BST and EuroSport to 9:15pm BST.