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Ones to watch on day twelve of the Olympic Games

Mo Farah will begin his bid to win a second medal at London 2012, while Nick Skelton is Team GB's best chance of gold in the individual showjumping.

ATHLETICS: Mo Farah and Shara Proctor

Mo Farah celebrates winning the Men's 10,000m final. Credit: Mike Egerton/PA Wire
  • Men's 5,000m first round at 10.45.
  • Women's Long Jump final at 20.05.
  • Olympic Stadium.

Mo Farah starts his bid for a second Olympic gold when he lines up in the heats of the 5,000 metres. The 29-year-old is the reigning world champion and on a high after winning the 10,000m title in stunning fashion at the weekend.

Also on the track is Shara Proctor who smashed the British long jump record with a leap of 6.95m at the national trials in June. She was born in Anguilla, Caribbean, but transferred her allegiance to GB in 2010 due to her home country not being recognised by the IOC.

EQUESTRIAN: Nick Skelton

Nick Skelton riding Big Star in the Equestrian Jumping Individual 1st Qualifier. Credit: Steve Parsons/PA Wire
  • Individual jumping final round A at 12.00, final round B at 14.55 and the final jump-off at 15.55.
  • Greenwich Park.

Nick Skelton will lead the British charge for another showjumping gold after the spectacular team triumph at Greenwich Park. Skelton, 54, Ben Maher and Scott Brash have all qualified for the individual final. Bookies' favourite Skelton would become the first Briton to win an an individual showjumping gold in Olympic history if he triumphs.

CYCLING: Shanaze Reade

Shanaze Reade could continue Britain's cycling success by taking gold on the BMX. Credit: John Giles/PA Wire
  • Women's BMX seeding at 15.00.
  • BMX Track, Olympic Park.

The 23-year-old Crewe rider crashed out when attempting a gold-medal-or-bust manoeuvre in Beijing on BMX's Olympic debut and is seeking to bounce back in London. The three-time world champion has had a challenging four years, but is ready to complete her collection with Olympic gold.

CANOEING: Tim Brabants

Tim Brabants will compete in the final of the men's K1 1000 metres. Credit: Tim Ireland/PA Wire
  • Men's Canoe Single 1000m at 09.30.
  • Eton Dorney.

Tim Brabants competes in the final of the men's K1 1000 metres after qualifying by just four hundredths of a second. After struggling with injury, the 35-year-old faces a tough task to retain the title he won in Beijing. Jessica Walker, Rachel Cawthorn, Angela Hannah and Louisa Sawers compete in the final of the women's K4 500 metres.

BOXING: Thomas Stalker and Nicola Adams

Thomas Stalker celebrates after his points victory over India's Kumar Manoj. Credit: Nick Potts/PA Wire
  • Men's light-welterweight quarter-finals at 21.30.
  • Women's fly semi-finals at 13.45.
  • ExCel Arena.

Liverpool's Thomas Stalker will become the latest Great Britain boxer to guarantee at least a bronze medal if the world number one comes through a tough light-welterweight bout against Mongolia's experienced Munkh-Erdene Uranchimeg.

Meanwhile, Nicola Adams takes on India's five-time World Champion Mary Kom in the semi-final. Adams is already guaranteed a bronze medal as there is no play-off for Bronze.

SAILING: Stevie Morrison and Ben Rhodes

Stevie Morrison and Ben Rhodes racing their 49er skiff at the Olympics on Weymouth Bay. Credit: Chris Ison/PA Wire
  • Men's 49er at 13.00.
  • Weymouth.

The British duo head into the medal race with a fight on their hands to secure a podium finish. With gold and silver mathematically certain to go to Australia and New Zealand, bronze is the best they can hope for and they go in fifth, six points behind Denmark.

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