Jessica Ennis continues her quest for gold, Usain Bolt is in action, and Michael Phelps brings the curtain down on his glittering swimming career on Day Eight of the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Phelps has taken his career Olympic medal haul to 21 medals at these Games - 17 gold, two silver and two bronze - and he will be hoping to make his final swim a golden one after winning his last individual race, the 100m butterfly, on Friday night.
'The Baltimore Bullet' is part of the United States team competing in the 4x100medley, which goes off at 20:27 BST.
Great Britain star Jessica Ennis goes in search of Olympic gold when she completes the heptathlon today. Ennis enjoyed a successful first day at the Olympic Stadium to put herself in pole position for a gold medal at London 2012, but there is still plenty of hard work ahead with three disciplines remaining in this competition: the heptathlon long jump at 10:05 BST, the javelin at 11:40 BST and the 800m at 20:35 BST.
Another Briton looking to get onto the top spot on the Olympic Stadium podium is long-distance star Mo Farah. Farah is targeting a long-distance double at the Games this summer, and he gets his first chance to win gold at 21:15 BST tonight, when he competes in the Men’s 10,000m Final.
Also at the Olympic Stadium, British long jumpers Greg Rutherford and Chris Tomlinson will be looking to add to the Team GB medal haul when they compete in the men’s final at 19:55 BST, while Saturday sees Usain Bolt begin his quest to retain the 100m crown he won in Beijing four years ago with the first round of heats scheduled for 12:30 BST.
Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova will contest the women’s singles tennis final at 14:00 BST, while the Team GB men’s football team will look to book their place in the semi-finals of the competition when they take on South Korea at 19:45 BST.
And, of course, it would be wrong to overlook two of the sports that have played a key role in Britain’s medal haul so far. The GB men’s four will bid for gold when they compete at 11:30 BST, while Zac Purchase and Mark Hunter go for lightweight double scull glory at 12:10 BST and Kat Copeland and Sophie Hosking compete in the women’s competition.
And over at the Velodrome, Laura Trott, Dani King and Joanna Rowsell will look to add Olympic Gold to their world record in the women’s team pursuit