Andy Murray, Jason Kenny, Callum Skinner and Nick Dempsey are all guaranteed medals on day nine of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games – it’s just a question of colour for three of them.
Two-time Wimbledon champion Murray will bid to become the first man to win successive Olympic men’s singles tennis titles when he faces Juan Martin Del Petro in the final.
Track cyclists Jason Kenny and Callum Skinner already have team sprint gold in their locker in Rio but face each other in a tantalising final of the individual sprint in the velodrome.
Sailor Nick Dempsey meanwhile cannot win anything but silver in the men’s RS:X with gold not a possibility in the double points medal race and there no chance of him being overtaken.
Giles Scott can join those four in guaranteeing himself a gold medal if he can extend his overall lead after the final two qualifying races in the Finn to beyond 22 points.
Justin Rose is in pole position to win the first Olympic golf gold medal for 112 years and tees off on his decisive fourth and final round at 14:39 BST with a one-shot lead.
Max Whitlock returns to the gymnastics arena for both the floor and pommel horse finals, qualifying for the latter in first place with teammate Louis Smith second.
Mark Cavendish begins his bid for a long-awaited Olympic medal in the omnium back in the velodrome while the evening sees the blue-ribband 100m final in track and field.
The semi-finals come first with CJ Ujah and James Dasaolu attempting to book a spot in the highly-anticipated final and Matthew Hudson-Smith goes in the 400m final.
Alyson Dixon and Sonia Samuels go in the marathon in the morning, Grace Reid dives in the women’s 3m final and Team GB’s showjumpers get up and running in Deodoro.
Synchronised swimmers Olivia Federici and Katie Clark also compete for the first time in Rio with the duet free routine starting proceedings at the Maria Lenk Aquatics Centre.
There’s a hive of action at Riocentro with Rajiv Ouseph and Kirsty Gilmour back in singles action in the badminton while a trio of Team GB boxers take to the ring.
Middleweight Savannah Marshall begins her campaign and Pat McCormack and Josh Buatsi will hope to keep theirs rolling in the welterweight and light heavyweight respectively.
The Team GB men’s table tennis outfit of Paul Drinkhall, Liam Pitchford and Samuel Walker also face off against China in the team quarter-finals after a fine first-round win over France.
Team GB at Rio 2016: Day 9
Athletics – Marathon
Women’s: 09:30 Rio / 13:30 BST – Sonia Samuels, Alyson Dixon
Athletics – Track & Field
20:20-22:30 Rio / 00:20-02:30 BST
Men’s 100m Semi-Final, Final – CJ Ujah, James Dasaolu
Men’s 400m Final – Matthew Hudson-Smith
Men’s High Jump Qualification – Robbie Grabarz, Chris Baker
Women’s 400m Semi-Final – Christine Ohuruogu, Emily Diamond
Women’s 1500m Semi-Final – Laura Muir, Laura Weightman
Men’s Singles Group: 10:05 Rio / 14:05 BST – Rajiv Ouseph
Women’s Singles Group: 19:30 Rio / 23:30 BST – Kirsty Gilmour
Women’s Middle R1 (-75kg): 17:15 Rio / 21:15 BST – Savannah Marshall
Men’s Welter (-64kg) R2: 19:30 Rio / 23:30 BST – Pat McCormack
Men’s Light Heavy (-81kg) Quarter-Final: 19:45 Rio / 23:45 BST – Josh Buats
Cycling – Track
16:00-19:45 Rio / 20:00-23:45 BST
Women’s Sprint Qualifying, 1/16 Finals, Repechages – Rebecca James, Katy Marchant
Men’s Omnium: Scratch Race, Individual Pursuit, Elimination – Mark Cavendish
Men’s Sprint Finals – Jason Kenny, Callum Skinner
Women’s 3m Springboard Final: 16:00 Rio / 20:00 BST – Grace Reid
10:00-13:40 Rio / 14:00-17:40 BST
Jumping Individual/Team Qualifier – Nick Skelton, Ben Maher, Michael Whitaker, John Whitaker
Men’s Individual Stroke Play: 09:44 Rio / 13:44 BST – Danny Willett
Men’s Individual Stroke Play: 10:39 Rio / 14:39 BST – Justin Rose
Men’s Floor Final: 14:00 Rio / 18:00 BST – Max Whitlock, Kristian Thomas
Men’s Pommel Horse Final: 15:34 Rio / 19:34 BST – Max Whitlock, Louis Smith
13:00-15:40 Rio / 17:00-19:40 BST
Men’s RS:X Medal Race – Nick Dempsey
Nacra 17 Races 10, 11 & 12 – Ben Saxton, Nicola Groves
Women’s 470 Races 6, 7 & 8 – Hannah Mills, Saskia Clark
Finn Races 9 & 10 – Giles Scott
Men’s 470 Races 6, 7 & 8 – Luke Patience, Chris Grube
Women’s RS:X Medal Race – Bryony Shaw
Duet Free Routine: 11:00 Rio / 15:00 BST – Olivia Federici, Katie Clark
Men’s Team Quarter-Final: Team GB vs China 10:00 Rio / 14:00 BST – Paul Drinkhall, Liam Pitchford, Samuel Walker
Men’s Singles Gold Medal Match: NB 15:30 Rio / NB 19:30 BST – Andy Murray vs Juan Martin Del Potro