Another 14 gold medals will be decided in Rio on day three at the Olympic Games. Great Britain will be hopeful of some success in both gymnastics and diving, while James Guy will be the latest swimmer trying and win a medal in the pool. Missy Franklin meanwhile is among the global superstars who take their bow in the Games.

Where to watch

Live coverage and highlights of the action is available on BBC One, BBC Two and BBC Four throughout the day and into the early hours. There are also updates available via BBC Radio Five live.

Events to watch

The men's gymnastics team final could be among the most thrilling events of Rio 2016. Reigning champions China qualified first for the final, narrowly ahead of the United States and Russia. Japan and Great Britain, who completed the podium in London, are in hot pursuit while hosts Brazil are also in contention. Liu Yang, Kohei Uchimura and Max Whitlock could light up the HSBC Arena.

Tom Daley will be looking to display similar artistry when he makes his bow in Rio in the 10m synchronised diving event, alongside new partner Dan Goodfellow - the European silver medallists in May. China have won gold in each of the last three Olympics and are once again the team to beat.

Max Whitlock
Whitlock is among Britain's strongest medal hopes after winning three golds at the Commonwealth Games Getty

The first Olympic rugby sevens medals will be awarded on day three in Rio. The women's event reaches the sharp end with New Zealand and Australia the main contenders for the podium.

Briton to watch

James Guy agonisingly missed out on a medal on day one but will have the chance to make amends in his favoured event, the 200m freestyle. Guy went out hard in the 400m free, and led with two lengths to go, before fading badly and finishing third. That performance was however an encouraging one when it comes to the shorter distance, and though Sun Yang and Paul Biedermann will challenge, the Britain is better suited.

Schedule highlights - All times BST

  • Men's gymnastics team final (8pm)
  • Men's 10m synchronised diving - Tom Daley and Dan Goodfellow (8pm)
  • Women's rugby sevens final (11pm)
  • Men's 200m freestyle final (2:21am)