All eyes will be on the athletics stadium tonight as Mo Farah strives to complete the monumental double-double. Having already secured the 10,000m title in dramatic fashion last week, Farah completes his racing in Rio with the 5000m. Can he do it again?
Great Britain’s women have never won an Olympic medal in the triathlon, but the trio of Non Stanford, Vicky Holland and Helen Jenkins will look to change that in today’s race. Jenkins will be particularly determined having finished in a disappointing 5th place at London 2012.
Nicola Adams faces Sarah Ourahmoune of France in the fight for gold. Adams, who made history in London when she became the first female boxer to win an Olympic gold medal, will be fierce in the defence of her title.
And Tom Daley gave a dominant performance in qualifying for tonight’s 10m platform semi-final, he qualified in first place with a score of 571.85 and will be after his second medal of the Games.
More details of highlights throughout the day are below (times denoted are BST). For a full schedule, live updates and stats visit #EVERYROADtoRIO Live or keep up with medal moments by following @UK_Sport on Twitter.
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Saturday 20 August
Women’s Event, Non Stanford, Vicky Holland and Helen Jenkins (15:00)
Men’s 10m Platform, Tom Daley, Semi-Final (15:00), Final (20:30)
Women's Flyweight Final, Nicola Adams v Sarah Ourahmoune (FRA) (18:00)
Women’s High Jump, Final, Morgan Lake (00:30 Sunday)
Men’s 1500m, Final, Charlie Grice (01:00 Sunday)
Women’s 800m, Final, Lynsey Sharp (01:15 Sunday)
Mens 5000m, Final, Mo Farah, Andrew Butchart (01:30 Sunday)
Women’s 4x400m Relay, Final (02:00 Sunday)
Men’s Event, Joe Choong and James Cooke, swimming (16:00), fencing (18:00), riding (19:30), run/shoot (22:00),
Women's Individual, Charley Hull and Catriona Matthew (11:00)
Men's K1 200m, Final (8), Liam Heath, 1.07pm
Women's K4 500m, Final (6), GB, 1.47pm
Men’s Heavyweight, Mahama Cho v Obame Mylann (GAM), last 16 (15:45), quarter-final (20:15), semi-final (21:15), bronze medal match (01:15 Sunday) and gold medal match (02:15 Sunday)
Women’s Heavyweight, Bainca Walkden v Kassman (PNG), last 16 (16:30), quarter-final (20:30), semi-final (21:30), bronze medal match (01:00 Sunday) and gold medal match (02:00 Sunday)
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