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Ones to watch on day fifteen of the Olympic Games

1,500m gold medallist Mo Farah. Photo: Owen Humphreys/PA Wire/Press Association Images

All eyes will be on Mo Farah today as the runner looks to win a second London 2012 gold. Elsewhere, Tom Daley will be going for a medal in diving and kayaker Ed McKeever is tipped to do well.

ATHLETICS: Mo Farah

Great Britain's Mo Farah competes today. Credit: Martin Rickett/PA Wire
  • Olympic Stadium, 7.30pm.

Mo Farah helped to ignite the Games with the last of Britain's three gold medals in 45 minutes, triumphing in the 10,000 metres on 'Super Saturday'. And he will hope to bring it to a close in similar fashion seven days on in the 5,000m, the event in which he is already world champion.

DIVING: Tom Daley

Tom Daley finished 15th in qualifying on Friday. Credit: Tony Marshall/PA Wire
  • Aquatics Centre, semi-final: 10.00am; final: 8.30pm.

Tom Daley will continue his battle with world 10m platform champion Qiu Bo from China in his bid for Olympic gold. The teenager beat Bo to win the world crown in 2009 but the Chinese diver has had the upper hand since.

KAYAK: Ed McKeever

Ed McKeever. Credit: Adam Davy/PA Wire
  • Eton Dorney, 9.47am.

Ed McKeever won his kayak 200m semi-final to qualify for Saturday's final. He is the world and European champion and has finished on the podium in every international event since 2010.

BOXING: Luke Campbell

Luke Campbell. Credit: Nick Potts/PA Wire
  • ExCel Arena, 8.45pm.

Luke Campbell goes for gold in the men's bantamweight division against old foe John Joe Nevin of Ireland. The pair have split their previous two meetings, with Campbell edging last year's world semi-final on countback, and another close one can be expected.

MODERN PENTATHLON: Nick Woodbridge

Nick Woodbridge. Credit: PA Wire
  • Modern pentathlon starts at 8.45am and finishes at 7.05pm.

Modern pentathlon is a notoriously unpredictable sport but world number nine Nick Woodbridge won bronze at the Olympic test event last year and will hope to challenge for a medal again.

CYCLING: Annie Last

Annie Last competes in the mountain bike cross-country event today. Credit: Anna Gowthorpe/PA Archive
  • Women's cross country mountain bike: 12.30pm.

The 21-year-old from Bakewell, Derbyshire will take to the Hadleigh Farm course for the mountain bike cross-country event as the first British woman to take part since Sydney. Last deferred her place at medical school to concentrate on London 2012.

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