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Sunday's West Country Olympic preview

Exeter swimmer Liam Tancock launches his bid for Olympic gold at the Aquatics Centre in the Olympic Park this morning.Tancock swims in the heats of the 100m backstroke (11am), hoping to reach tonight's semi-finals (8.25pm).

Liam Tancock. Credit: Martin Rickett/PA Wire

Siobhan-Marie O'Connor is also in action this morning, with the Bath teenager in the heats of the 100m breaststroke (10.40am).

Siobhan-Marie O'Connor. Credit: Tony Marshall/EMPICS Sport

The GB eventing team complete the dressage stage of the competition today (10am), with Gloucestershire's Zara Phillips and Dorset's Williams Fox-Pitt scheduled to ride.

Zara Phillips. Credit: David Goldman/AP/Press Association Images

Team Bath duo Zara Dampney and Shauna Mullin launch their campaign in the beach volleyball (5.30pm).

Shauna Mullin (left) and Zara Dampney during a training session on Centre Court at the Beach Volleyball arena at Horse Guards Parade. Credit: Julien Behal/PA Wire

Bristol-born goalkeeper Jack Butland is again looking to impress as the GB football team take on the United Arab Emirates (7.45pm).

Jack Butland. Credit: Scott Heppell/PA Wire

Portishead gymnast Imogen Cairns is part of the GB team in today's qualification round (9.30am).

Imogen Cairns training ahead of Sunday's qualification round. Credit: Tony Marshall/PA Wire.

At Eton Dorney, reigning Olympic rowing champion Zac Purchase starts the defence of his title in the men's lightweight double sculls.Again paired with Mark Hunter, the Tewkesbury sculler is looking to bounce back from a disappointing season so far.

Great Britain's lightweight men's double sculls crew of Mark Hunter (left) and Zac Purchase during the training session at Eton Dorney. Credit: Stephen Pond/PA Wire

In the women's eight, Cornwall's Annie Vernon and Gloucestershire's Natasha Page are both in action as well.

Natasha Page. Credit: PA Wire/PA Archive/Press Association Images

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