Yesterday saw medals galore for team GB with three gold and three silver wins. The men's team sprint in cycling saw the trio of Sir Chris Hoy, Jason Kenny and Philip Hindes win gold and break a world record, twice in fact during the race. The win also took Hoy's personal Olympic gold medal tally to five - equalling the number won by former rower Sir Steve Redgrave.

So what's on today then, well the Athletics events kick off. Jessica Ennis, the World heptathlon champion in 2009, and favourite for gold, will take part in four different events. Speaking here she said she can't wait for the action to begin.

She will start with the women's 100m hurdles then compete in the high jump. In the evening session, the 26 year old will be in action for the women's shot put event and finish the day with participation in the 200m heats, starting at 8.45 pm . So she will have a busy day ahead.

Swimming: After winning bronze in the 400m freestyle on Sunday, Rebecca Adlington looks to defend her Beijing 2008 title in the 800m freestyle at the Aquatics Centre.

Staying in the pool, American swimmer Michael Phelp's landmark 20th Olympic medal - secured after beating compatriot Ryan Lochte to the 200m individual medley gold - should spur him on to defend his title in the 100m butterfly event.

Rowing: Team GB's Katherine Grainger and Anna Watkins will compete in the women's double sculls finals at Eton Dorney.

Track Cycling: Beijing 2008 gold medallist Victoria Pendleton will be in after being disqualified from the team sprint.. Meanwhile, Team GB's Ed Clancy, Steven Burke, Geraint Thomas and Peter Kennaugh will fight Australia as Britain defend their title in the men's team pursuit.

And Tennis: will see the top seeds and big names will be back in action on the grass courts of Wimbledon, as the tennis singles events at the London 2012 Games enters the last four. So all in all an exciting new day for Team GB with lots of gold medal opportunities.

Written and presented by Ann Salter