Andy Murray and Ben Ainslie won golds as Team GB added another eight medals on day nine of London 2012. Ainslie grabbed his fourth consecutive gold and fifth Games medal, making him the most successful sailor in Olympic history. Meanwhile, Murray became the first Briton to triumph in the Games' men's singles competition since 1908 with victory over world number one Roger Federer in straight sets. The Scot also added a silver later, with Laura Robson in the mixed doubles.

Moments before Murray's win, gymnasts Louis Smith and Matt Whitlock took silver and bronze in the men's pommel horse. On the track, Christine Ohuruogu won silver in the women's 400-metres, while cyclist Ed Clancy won a bronze medal in the men's omnium at the Velodrome. Sailors Iain Percy and Andrew Simpson also took silver in the Star class in Weymouth. Team GB are now third in the medal table - with 16 golds, 11 silvers and 10 bronzes - and will be keen to add to their tally on Monday.

Here are the highlights for Monday 6 August (all times BST):

Jason Kenny
Jason Kenny faces a big challenge after being selected ahead of reigning Olympic champion Sir Chris Hoy for the men’s individual sprint

Track Cycling: Jason Kenny will face world champion Gregory Bauge of France in the men's individual sprint final at 5.43 pm. The 23-year-old faces a big challenge after being selected ahead of reigning Olympic champion Sir Chris Hoy for the event. But Kenny, who won silver at Beijing 2008, must first get past Njisane Nicholas Phillip from Trinidad and Tobago in the semi-final at 4 pm. Meanwhile, Victoria Pendleton will continue her quest for gold in the women's individual sprint, facing Olga Panarina of Belarus in the quarter-finals at 4:43 pm.

Gymnastics: Beth Tweddle will look to win her first Olympic medal in the women's uneven bars at 2:50 pm. The 27-year-old, who has three world and six European championships to her name, topped the qualifiers on Sunday. China's He Kexin of China and Russia's Viktoria Komova will be Tweddle's main competitors in the event.

Athletics: Team GB athletics captain and world champion Dai Greene will be in action in the men's 400m hurdles final at 8:45 pm, after scraping through the qualifier with the seventh-fastest time. Felix Sanchez of the Dominican Republic and Javier Culson of Puerto Rico were the fastest in the qualifiers. Meanwhile, Holly Bleasdale will be competing in the women's pole vault at 7 pm, with world record holder Yelena Isinbayeva of Russia, remaining the favourite for gold.

Nick Skelton
Nick Skelton will be hoping to lead Team GB to its first Olympic showjumping medal since 1984

Equestrian: Great Britain's showjumping team is in joint second place with Switzerland, Sweden and the Netherlands going into the final day, with Saudia Arabia leading. The team of Nick Skelton, Ben Maher, Scott Brash and Peter Charles will be hoping to clinch Britain's first Olympic showjumping medal since 1984, when the team eventing starts at 2 pm.

Other Team GB Matches on Monday:

Men's Handball: Great Britain v Iceland at 4:15pm

Men's Basketball: Great Britain v China 4:45pm

Men's Volleyball: Great Britain v Argentina at 4:45pm

Men's Water Polo: Great Britain v Montenegro 6:20pm

Women's Hockey: Great Britain v the Netherlands 7pm

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.

You can also follow all the action live, via text updates, on the official Web site for the London Olympics 2012 and via a special BBC video player.