DIVING: MEN'S SYNCHRONISED 10m PLATFORM
- Monday, 2:55pm at the Aquatics Centre
Tom Daley makes his first appearance at these Olympic Games alongside Pete Waterfield in the 10-metre platform synchro. Britain's poster boy will bid to add an Olympic medal to his already decorated career in one of the few diving events where China are vulnerable.
Waterfield won silver in the event at Athens 2004. He and Daley also face stiff competition from Germany, Russia, Mexico and Ukraine.
SWIMMING: MEN'S 100m BACKSTROKE
- Monday, 7:56pm at the Aquatics Centre
Liam Tancock has the difficult task of carrying over the form which has brought him the 50 metres backstroke world record and world title to the 100m at the Aquatics Centre. The Exeter-born swimmer is relentlessly positive and a can-do attitude could propel him to the podium.
GYMNASTICS: MEN'S TEAM FINAL
- Monday 4:30pm in North Greenwich Arena
Wolverhampton-born Kristian Thomas will play a key role as Britain competes in the men's team final. Britain qualified in third place and will be looking to add to their European Championship team gold from earlier this year. Thomas, a strong individual contender, has also qualified for the Olympic all-around and vault finals.
TENNIS: WOMEN'S SINGLES
- Monday, 11:30am at the All England Lawn Tennis Club, Wimbledon
Elena Baltacha revealed this could be her last tournament, and a victory over former world number one Ana Ivanovic of Serbia in the second round would be a brilliant way for the Scot to mark it.
MEN'S BEACH VOLLEYBALL
- Monday, 9am at Horse Guards Parade
Steve Grotowski and John Garcia-Thompson return to Horse Guards Parade, aiming to bounce back from their opening Pool F loss to Canada with an improved showing against the strong Brazilian pairing of Ricardo Santos and Pedro Cunha.