British taekwondo hope Sarah Stevenson could cap a traumatic 18 months with an Olympic medal, while BMX star Shanaze Reade and Britain's 470 sailors have gold in their sights.
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World champion Stevenson was one of the stories of the Games four years ago when she won bronze after a scoring error was overturned. In the last 18 months she has lost both her parents to terminal illness, won the world title and overcome a serious knee injury.
Muhammad will want to prove his controversial selection ahead of world number one Aaron Cook was merited, after a protracted wrangle with the governing body. If successful, Stevenson and Muhammad will take part in preliminary (09:00), quarter-final (15:00), semi-final (17:00) and final (22:15) rounds.
Reade gets her chance to make up for the disappointment of crashing in Beijing after qualifying fifth fastest for the semi-finals (15:00), with the final at 16:30. Caroline Buchanan of Australia was the fastest qualifier.
was impressive in making quick progress to the semis (15:08) and also harbours hopes of a medal in the men's final (16:40). Dutchman Raymon van der Biezen won all his qualifying heats.
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Patience and Bithell are guaranteed silver and hope to overhaul Australia's Mathew Belcher and Malcolm Page for gold in the medal race (12:00), which was postponed on Thursday because of light winds. That sets up a potential day of double gold for Britain's sailors, with Saskia Clark and Hannah Mills going into the medal race (13:00) of the women's 470 level at the top of the standings with New Zealand's Jo Aleh and Olivia Powrie.
Britain has a healthy representation of two finalists in the women's 1500m (20:55). Dobriskey, who considered quitting the sport earlier this year due to potentially fatal blood clots on her lungs, qualified fourth in her semi-final; Weightman, coached by BBC Sport commentator and former Olympic silver medallist Steve Cram, went through as one of the two fastest losers.
The women's 5,000m final (20:05) will see a fascinating clash between Ethiopia's Tirunesh Dibaba and Kenyan Vivian Cheruiyot. Steve Lewis goes in the pole vault (19:00) and Sophie Hitchon in the hammer final (19:35), the relays continue with the finals of the women's 4x100m (20:40) and the men's 4x400m (21:20), and the Jamaicans are expected to star in the first round of the men's 4x100m (19:45).
Four British men have the chance to guarantee at least silver medals as the semi-finals take place at the ExCel. Bantamweight Luke Campbell faces Japan's Satoshi Shimizu (14:00), welterweight Fred Evans is up against Ukraine's Taras Shelestyuk (21:30), middleweight Anthony Ogogo takes on Esquiva Falcao Florentino of Brazil (15:00), and super-heavyweight Anthony Joshua meets Ivan Dychko of Kazakhstan (22:30).
- DIVING (19:00-22:45):
, 10m platform
After missing out on a medal in the
synchronised event with partner Pete Waterfield,
Daley will get his
campaign for individual success
underway in the preliminary rounds of the 10m platform (19:00). The semi-finals and finals take place on Saturday.
Great Britain's women had high hopes of contesting the gold medal match but Argentina's semi-final win means it is they who will take on the Netherlands in the final (20:00). Britain must raise themselves to play New Zealand for bronze, which would equal the best-ever performance of Barcelona 1992.
The United States will not take their men's semi-final lightly as they face Argentina, the side who beat them on the way to a shock gold in Athens eight years ago, at the North Greenwich Arena (21:00). Spain face Russia in the other semi-final (17:00).