It's looking like a busy day for London athletes in the Olympic games.
Mo Farah is likely to be our best hope of a gold- he'll race in the finals of the 10,000m tomorrow night.
Farah is the current 5000m world champion, and the holds the European record for the 10,000m
Also looking for a medal will be Cheshunt's Laura Trott and Sutton's Joanna Rowsell
The girls- along with team mate Dani King- will be hoping to do well in the women's team pursuit, having come through yesterday's heat in some style- breaking their own world record.
They covered the 3,000m around the London Velodrome's track in three minutes 15.669 seconds.
This was half a second faster than the time they set in April, when they won the World Championships in Melbourne.
Back on the running track, several of our athletes will be competing in heats, hoping to make on Olympic final.
Among them will be Christine Ohuruogu in the semi final of the woman's 400m.
Running in the preliminary rounds of the men's 100m will be Dwain Chambers.
He was barred from the Olympics after testing positive for a banned steroid in 2003.
He's only competing after the British Olympic Association's policy of punishing drug cheats with lifetime bans was overturned by the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
Away from the Olympic Park, two of our rowers will be in action on the water at Eton Dorney.
Mark Hunter goes in the mens' lightweight double sculls, whilst Andrew Triggs- Hodge will rowing in the mens' fours.
He's said that tomorrow's final will be 'the biggest race of my life'.