Shanaze Reade is among the favourites for the women's BMX title, but with the gold medal being decided by a single race around the purpose-built track at the Olympic Park, it will be tough to predict a winner. Reade missed out on a medal in Beijing four years ago when she fell attempting a risky overtaking manoeuvre. Liam Phillips goes for Britain in the men's competition.
Cycling - BMX semi-finals and finals - 15:00-17:00
BIG NAMES IN ACTION
Having proven too good for Great Britain in the hockey semi-finals, Argentina look to secure their first Olympic title - it would be a fitting reward for their star player, seven-time world player of the year Luciana Aymar. They take on the Netherlands in the final. Before that, GB look to salvage bronze against New Zealand.
Hockey - Women's medal matches - 15:30 and 20:00
MORE ESSENTIAL VIEWING
After Jade Jones's remarkable gold medal, you'll be wanting some more taekwondo, right? Today sees Beijing bronze medallist Sarah Stevenson - who read the athletes' oath at the opening ceremony - in action. On the men's side is Lutalo Muhammed, the man controversially selected ahead of Aaron Cook at welterweight. Both competitions start in the morning and go on until the finals at 22:15 and 22:30.
Taekwondo - men's and women's welterweight - from 10:30
THE LONDON 2012 VIBE
Winding down. I don't want to upset you, but the Olympics are nearly over. Two weeks ago tonight, London 2012 got under way at the Opening Ceremony, and now just three days of competition remain. Even if not perfect, it has been a triumph on and off the field of play. The fact that we will be so sad to see it end is testament to its success. I will weep openly when the Community Shield kicks the football season off on Sunday.
WATER COOLER CHAT
This blog wouldn't be condescending enough to use a term like 'girl power' to describe Thursday's success - it should come as no surprise to see Britain's women punch their weight, both literally and metaphorically. But the three gold medals for Charlotte Dujardin, Nicola Adams and Jade Jones have continued a great Games for British females.
TODAY ON EUROSPORT-YAHOO
Let our live coverage guide you through all the day's action with live text comments on everything that matters.
I will be reporting live from all over the shop - Hyde Park for the men's 10km open water swimming, then the BMX finals followed by the boxing. And at the end of all that, I'll be writing some venue reviews in this space.
FRONT PAGE OF THE DAY
It's The Times again with this brilliant shot of Usain Bolt and Yohan Blake.
LONDON WEATHER FORECAST
Another very warm day, starting sunny before gradually clouding over. Top temperature 27°C.
GOLD MEDALS AWARDED TODAY - BRITS IN BOLD
10:30 (all-day) - Taekwondo - Women's Welterweight (57-67 kg) - Sarah Stevenson
10:30 (all-day) - Taekwondo - Men's Welterweight (68-80 kg) - Lutalo Muhammed
12:00 - Swimming - Men's 10 km Open-Water - Daniel Fogg
12:00 - Sailing - Men's 470 - Luke Patience and Stuart Bithell
13:00 - Sailing - Women's 470 - Hannah Mills and Saskia Clark
15:00 - Synchronised Swimming - Women's Team
16:30 - Cycling - Women's BMX - Shanaze Reade
16:40 - Cycling - Men's BMX - Liam Phillips
18:25 - Wrestling - Men's 55kg Freestyle
18:25 - Wrestling - Men's 74kg Freestyle
19:00 - Athletics - Men's Pole Vault - Steven Lewis
19:35 - Athletics - Women's Hammer - Sophie Hitchon
20:00 - Hockey - Women
20:05 - Athletics - Women's 5000m - Julia Bleasdale, Jo Pavey
20:40 - Athletics - Women's 4x100m Relay
20:55 - Athletics - Women's 1500m - Lisa Dobriskey, Laura Weightman
21:20 - Athletics - Men's 4x400m Relay - Great Britain
OTHER BRITS IN ACTION
09:30 - Canoe sprint - Ed McKeever (men's K1 200m), Richard Jefferies (men's C1 200m), Jess Walker (women's K1 200m), Liam Heath/Jon Schofield (men's K2 200m)
12:00 - Rhythmic gymnastics - Francesca Jones (individual all-around)
14:15 - Boxing semi-finals - Luke Campbell (bantamweight), Anthony Ogogo (middleweight) / 21:30 - Fred Evans (welterweight), Anthony Joshua (super-heavyweight)
14:50 - Rhythmic gymnastics - Great Britain (group all-around)
15:30 - Hockey - GB women v New Zealand (bronze-medal match)
19:00 - Diving - Tom Daley, Pete Waterfield (10m platform prelims)
19:45 - Athletics - Men's 4x100m.
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Alex Chick will be writing from London 2012 throughout the Olympic Games.