Another fantastic day for Team GB and the medals just keep on coming. Yesterday saw us win two Gold’s and one Bronze. Jason Kenny claimed gold in the men’s Sprint cycling, while Nick Skelton, Peter Charles, Ben Maher and Scott Brash won Britain’s first show jumping gold in 60 years. In the gymnastics Beth Tweddle won a bronze medal in the uneven bars individual final, on this her swan song Olympic appearance of her gymnastics career.
So what’s happening today on day 10 then, well here are some of the highlights to look out for.
It’s the final of the Equestrian Team Dressage Competition, which is looking very good, for perhaps, another gold, to add to the one won yesterday
Also throughout the day it’s the superstars of Track Cycling: with the last events being held tonight at the velodrome. Sir Chris Hoy and Victoria Pendleton will be 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 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 superstar brothers Alistair Brownlee and Jonny Brownlee are heavy favourites to clinch gold and silver in the event that starts at 11:30 am.
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 Brit 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.
In the 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 kite boarding at Rio 2016.
And in the Hockey Team GB men take on Spain at 7 pm, needing just a draw to reach the semi-finals.
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Written and presented by Ann Salter