Team GB will hope to compete in as many as six finals on day two of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games – led by the seemingly unstoppable Adam Peaty.
Peaty lowered his own world record to 57.55 seconds after an incredible swim in the heats of the 100m breaststroke before going 57.62 in the semi-final.
That was 1.43 ahead of his nearest challenger with the final set for 22:53 Rio time, 02:53 UK time, it is not to be missed.
Teammate Jazz Carlin will get her long-awaited maiden Olympic campaign underway in the 400m freestyle with the heats and finals scheduled for the same day.
Chris Walker-Hebborn, Molly Renshaw, Chloe Tutton and Georgia Davies will all hope to be in heats and semi-finals action too while James Guy returns to the pool.
Guy – another Olympic debutant in Rio – placed sixth in the 400m freestyle on day one and goes in the shorter 200m distance on day two where he’ll be joined by Cameron Kurle.
After the cruel outcome of the men’s road race, it is the turn of Lizzie Armitstead, Nikki Harris and Emma Pooley to attempt to bring home the glory on the streets of Rio.
Rebecca Gallantree and Alicia Blagg get the divers going in the 3m synchro final while fencing also makes its first appearance with three Brits involved in the individual foil.
James Davis, Lawrence Halstead and Richard Kruse will all be bidding for success as will judoka Colin Oates in the 66kg division, four years after finishing seventh at London 2012.
Team GB flagbearer Andy Murray is in action twice, in singles and doubles with brother Jamie, while Johanna Konta will hope to get her singles bid off to the same start as the doubles.
Josh Buatsi is the sole boxer in action as he begins his charge in the light heavyweight draw while David Florence and Joseph Clarke are the first canoe slalom athletes to go.
Eventers Pippa Funnell and Kitty King will bid to build on the platform laid down by William Fox-Pitt and Gemma Tattersall as the second day of dressage concludes.
The women’s artistic gymnastics team kick off with qualification and the Team GB men’s hockey team play New Zealand after an opening defeat against Belgium.
The women’s rugby 7s team conclude their pool stage against Canada and are likely to later feature in the quarter-finals while Ed Ling goes in the trap qualification.
Rowing continues with the men’s lightweight double sculls and four heats while the women follow suit in the pair and lightweight double sculls themselves. John Collins and Jonathan Walton face the repechage in the double sculls.
Paul Drinkhall is back in action after victory in the table tennis singles first round while teammate Liam Pitchford also steps up to the table for the first time.
Team GB at Rio 2016: Day 2
Men’s Light Heavy 81kg R32: 13:00 Rio / 17:00 BST – Josh Buatsi
12:30-16:15 Rio / 16:30-20:15 BST
Men’s C1 Heats Runs 1 & 2 – David Florence
Men’s K1 Heats Runs 1 & 2 – Joseph Clarke
Women’s Road Race: 12:15 Rio / 16:15 BST – Lizzie Armitstead, Nikki Harris, Emma Pooley
Women’s 3m Synchro Final: 16:00 Rio / 20:00 BST – Rebecca Gallantree, Alicia Blagg
Eventing – Dressage Day 2: 11:20 Rio / 15:20 BST – Pippa Funnell
Eventing – Dressage Day 2: 14:58 Rio / 18:58 BST – Kitty King
09:00-14:15 Rio / 13:00-18:15 BST
16:00-18:30 Rio / 20:00-22:30 BST
Men’s Individual Foil – James David, Lawrence Halstead, Richard Kruse
Women’s Qualification: 14:30 Rio / 18:30 BST – Ellie Downie, Rebecca Downie, Amy Tinkler, Ruby Harrold, Claudia Fragapane
Team GB Men vs New Zealand pool match: 17:00 Rio / 21:00 BST
10:00-13:00 Rio / 14:00-17:00 BST
15:30-18:10 Rio / 19:30-22:10 BST
Men’s 66kg – Colin Oates
08:30-12:30 Rio / 12:30-16:30 BST
Men’s Lightweight Double Sculls Heats – Richard Chambers, Will Fletcher
Men’s Double Sculls Repechage – John Collins, Jonathan Walton
Men’s Four Heats – Alex Gregory, Mo Sbihi, Constantine Louloudis, George Nash
Women’s Pair Heats – Helen Glover, Heather Stanning
Women’s Lightweight Double Sculls Heats – Katherine Copeland, Charlotte Taylor
Team GB Women vs Canada pool match: 12:30 Rio / 16:30 BST
Men’s Trap Qualifcation: 09:30 Rio / 13:30 BST – Ed Ling
Afternoon: 13:00-15:35 Rio / 17:00-19:35 BST
Evening: 22:00-00:25 Rio / 02:00-04:25 BST
Men’s 100m Breaststroke Final (Eve) – Adam Peaty
Men’s 100m Backstroke Heats (PM), Semi-Final (Eve) – Chris Walker-Hebborn
Men’s 200m Freestyle Heats (PM), Semi-Final (Eve) – James Guy, Cameron Kurle
Women’s 100m Breaststroke Heats (PM), Semi-Final (Eve) – Molly Renshaw, Chloe Tutton
Women’s 100m Backstroke Heats (PM), Semi-Final (Eve) – Georgia Davies
Women’s 400m Freestyle Heats (PM), Final (Eve) – Jazmin Carlin
Men’s Singles Round 2: 10:00 Rio / 14:00 BST – Liam Pitchford vs Z Kenjaev (UZB)
Men’s Singles Round 2: 15:30 Rio / 19:30 BST – Paul Drinkhall vs N Gao (SIN)
Men’s Singles R1: Andy Murray vs V Troicki (SRB)
Men’s Doubles R1: Andy Murray & Jamie Murray vs T Bellucci & A Sa (BRA)
Women’s Singles R1: Johanna Konta vs S Vogt (LIE)