WOMEN'S BOXING: FLYWEIGHT FINAL
- Thursday, ExCeL Exhibition Centre (16:30pm)
Team GB's Nicola Adams bids to become the first woman to win Olympic boxing gold when she fights three-time world champion Ren Cancan on Thursday.
Yorkshire-born Adams will compete in the final of the women's flyweight competition. The 29-year-old stormed through on Wednesday, defeating India's Kom, and is now guaranteed at least a silver medal.
Women's boxing has been included in the Olympics for the first time in London.
ATHLETICS: MEN'S 200M FINAL
- Thursday, Olympic Stadium (20:55 pm - 21:05pm)
The world's two fastest men, Jamaicans Usain Bolt and Yohan Blake go head-to-head on Thursday in the men's 200m final.
Bolt, who has already claimed gold in the 100m, is defending champion in the event and favourite to defeat his training partner.
ATHLETICS: MEN'S 800 FINAL
- Thursday, Olympic Stadium (20.00pm)
Briton Andrew Osagie competes in the men's 800m final. After cruising through qualifying, medals appear to be up for grabs in the event. However, world record holder David Rudisha, of Kenya, is favourite for gold.
- Thursday, Eton Dorney (10:08am - 10:51am)
British hopes of a medal in the canoe sprint at Eton Dorney rest with Rachel Cawthorn. The 23-year-old from Guildford, Surrey, races in the women's K1 500 metre final (10:08am - 10:22am).
Abigail Edmonds and Louisa Sawers line up in the B final of the women's K2 500 metres (10:35 - 10:51am).
- Thursday, Olympic Park BMX track (15:00pm)
Liam Phillips, 23, from Burnham-on-Sea qualified 12th fastest for the BMX quarter-finals on Wednesday. Phillips won time-trial silver at May's world championships before suffering a broken collarbone the following day but believes he is in the form of his life.
EQUESTRIAN: INDIVIDUAL FREESTYLE
- Thursday, Greenwich Park (12:30pm)
British dressage star Charlotte Dujardin already has an Olympic gold medal in the bag from the team competition, but she will start the individual freestyle to music event as favourite. Dujardin, the British record holder, is last to go in the final equestrian event of London 2012. The stage is set.
GYMNASTICS: RHYTHMIC GYMNASTICS INDIVIDUAL ALL-ROUND
- Thursday, North Greenwich Arena (12:00pm - 15:45pm)
Francesca Jones competes in the rhythmic gymnastics individual all-around competition on Thursday. The 21-year-old is Britain's most experienced rhythmic gymnast and has taken part in three world championships and two Commonwealth Games.
HOCKEY: MEN'S SEMI-FINAL
- Thursday, Riverside Arena (Between 15:30pm and 21:10pm)
Great Britain men face Holland in their first Olympic semi-final since winning gold in 1988 and one of the main Dutch threats will be penalty corner specialist, and the tournament's six-goal leading scorer, Mink ven der Weerden so Cannock goalkeeper Fair is going to have to be on top form defending set-pieces.
SAILING: MEN'S 470 CLASS
- Thursday, Weymouth and Portland (13:00pm)
British pair Luke Patience and Stuart Bithell are mathematically assured of a silver medal in the 470 medal race on Thursday, but will be hoping to secure Great Britain's second sailing gold of the Games. Patience and Bithell have sailed fantastically throughout the regatta and face a straight fight with Australia's Mat Belcher and Malcolm Page to top the podium.
SWIMMING: WOMEN'S 10KM MARATHON
- Thursday, Aquatics Centre 12:00pm)
Keri-anne Payne takes her place in the 10-kilometre open water event, contested in the Serpentine. The 24-year-old won the silver medal four years ago in Beijing and has twice been crowned world champion. British Swimming will be desperate for her to claim their first gold medal after a disappointing time in the pool.
- Thursday, ExCeL Exhibition Centre (17:00pm)
Welsh teenager Jade Jones won silver at the world championships last year to add to her gold from the 2012 World Youth Olympics in Singapore. It would take a big effort to reach the under-57kg final, but the Flintshire fighter certainly has the ability to make an impact.
WRESTLING: -55KG FREESTYLE
- Thursday, ExCeL Exhibition Centre (13:00pm)
Ukraine-born Olga Butkevych was controversially selected for Team GB after gaining citizenship in May. The 26-year-old came second in last year's test event but will do well to win medal in the -55kg freestyle after being handed a tough route to the final.