Sailing will make its Rio 2016 debut on day three of the Games as Tom Daley looks to add to the 10m platform bronze he won four years ago at London 2012.
It’s a straight final for Daley, who will begin his medal charge with Dan Goodfellow in the 10m synchro at 8pm BST at the outdoor setting of the Maria Lenk Aquatics centre.
Joining Daley in the hunt for medals will be the men’s gymnastics team whose team final, also from 8pm BST, will see them look to improve on their fifth place in qualifying and emulate last year’s World Championship silver.
It could also be a historic day for Team GB’s women’s rugby sevens side as they look to become one of the first nations in 108 years to win an Olympic rugby medal when they take on New Zealand in the semi-final at 7pm.
Ed Ling will look to carry his fine form into the final two trap shooting qualification rounds and reach the final while it’s another busy night in the pool with world 200m freestyle champion James Guy shouldering Team GB’s chances of adding to their medal collection following Adam Peaty’s gold medal success.
The women’s hockey side will look to make it two wins from two when they take on India and Nekoda Davis-Smythe is the next judoka to step onto the mat in the women’s 57kg division.
William Fox-Pitt goes into the cross-country element of eventing still clear at the top of the individual rankings with the team nicely poised in fourth before the action concludes on Tuesday.
On the open waters, Team GB sailors open their Olympic campaigns with Nick Thompson (Laser), Alison Young (Laser Radial), Nick Dempsey (RS:X) and Bryony Shaw (RS:X) all in action at the Marina de Gloria in Guanabara Bay.
After a frustrating day of postponement, Team GB’s rowers are set for a busy day on the Lagoa with no less than eight crews in action across heats and repechages. Both sets of eights are due out on the water for the first time at Rio 2016, as are defending women’s pair champions Helen Glover and Heather Stanning.
Jo Konta and Heather Watson are back in action in the tennis singles – and doubles together – and Kyle Edmund also continues his individual campaign.
Paul Drinkhall’s fine form in the table tennis has given him a third-round match up with Croatia’s Andrej Gacina as he carries the torch as the sole Brit left in the men’s singles event.
Boxers Antony Fowler and Josh Kelly take to the ring for the first time in Rio and there are canoe slalom heats for David Florence and Richard Hounslow in the men’s C2 as well as Fiona Pennie in the women’s K1.
Team GB at Rio 2016: Day 3
Men’s Light Fly 49kg R2: 11:00 Rio / 15:00 BST – Galal Yafai
Men’s Welter 69kg R1: 18:15 Rio / 22:15 BST – Josh Kelly
Men’s Middle 75kg R1: 18:45 Rio / 22:45 BST – Antony Fowler
Men’s Heavy 91kg R2: 19:45 Rio / 23:45 BST – Lawrence Okolie
12:30-16:00 Rio / 16:30-20:00 BST
Men’s C2 Heats Runs 1 & 2 – David Florence, Richard Hounslow
Women’s K1 Heats Runs 1 & 2 – Fiona Pennie
Men’s 10m Synchro Final: 16:00 Rio / 20:00 BST – Tom Daley, Dan Goodfellow
Eventing – Cross Country: 10:23 Rio / 14:23 BST – Gemma Tattersall
Eventing – Cross Country: 11:39 Rio / 15:39 BST – William Fox-Pitt
Eventing – Cross Country: 13:05 Rio / 17:05 BST – Pippa Funnell
Eventing – Cross Country: 14:21 Rio / 18:21 BST – Kitty King
Men’s Team Final: 16:00 Rio / 20:00 BST – Kristian Thomas, Max Whitlock, Louis Smith, Nile Wilson, Brinn Bevan
Team GB Women vs India pool match: 18:00 Rio / 22:00 BST
10:00-13:00 Rio / 14:00-17:00 BST
15:30-18:10 Rio / 19:30-22:10 BST
Women’s 57kg – Nekoda Davis-Smythe
08:30-13:30 Rio / 12:30-17:30 BST
Men’s Quad Sculls Repechage: Angus Groom, Peter Lambert, Jack Beaumont, Sam Townsend
Women’s Eight Heats: Karen Bennett, Olivia Carnegie-Brown, Jessica Eddie, Katie Greves, Frances Houghton, Zoe Lee, Polly Swann, Melanie Wilson, Zoe de Toledo (Cox)
Men’s Eight Heats: Paul Bennett, Scott Durant, Matt Gotrel, Matt Langridge, Will Satch, Tom Ransley, Pete Reed, Andrew T Hodge, Phelan Hill (Cox)
Men’s Double Sculls Repechage – John Collins, Jonathan Walton
Women’s Lightweight Double Sculls Heats – Katherine Copeland, Charlotte Taylor
Men’s Lightweight Double Sculls Heats – Richard Chambers, Will Fletcher
Women’s Pair Heats – Helen Glover, Heather Stanning
Men’s Four Heats – Alex Gregory, Moe Sbihi, Constantine Louloudis, George Nash
Team GB Women vs New Zealand, Semi-Final 15:00 Rio / 19:00 BST
13:00-15:40 Rio / 17:00-19:40 BST
Men’s Laser Races 1 & 2 – Nick Thompson
Women’s Laser Radial Races 1 & 2 – Alison Young
Men’s RS:X Races 1, 2 & 3 – Nick Dempsey
Women’s RS:X Races 1, 2 & 3 – Bryony Shaw
Men’s Trap Qualification – Day 2: 09:30 Rio / 13:30 BST – Ed Ling
Afternoon: 13:00-14:25 Rio / 17:00-18:25 BST
Evening: 22:00-00:00 Rio / 02:00-04:00 BST
Men’s 200m Freestyle Final (Eve) – James Guy
Women’s 200m Freestyle Heats (PM), Semi-Final (Eve) – Georgia Coates, Eleanor Faulkner
Women’s 200m Individual Medley Heats (PM), Semi-Final (Eve) – Siobhan-Marie O’Connor, Hannah Miley
Men’s Singles Round 3: 13:00 Rio / 17:00 BST – Paul Drinkhall vs A Gacina (CRO)
Session time: 11:00-23:00 Rio / 15:00-03:00 BST
Women’s Singles R2: Johanna Konta vs C Garcia (FRA)
Men’s Singles R2: Kyle Edmund vs T Daniel (JPN)
Women’s Singles R2: Heather Watson vs E Svitolina (UKR)
Women’s Doubles R2: Heather Watson & Johanna Konta vs TBD