Friday, August 5

23:15 Opening ceremony.

Tom Daley celebrates winning bronze at London 2012 (Reuters)

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Saturday, August 6

13:30 Chris Froome and Geraint Thomas could be involved in men's cycling road race.

Sunday, August 7

02:00 Swimming finals of 400m individual medley, men's 400m IM. Hannah Miley and Ryan Lochte (US) could be involved.
16:15 Lizzie Armitstead could be involved in Women's cycling road race.

Monday, August 8

20:00 Great Britain men bid for medals in team artistic finals.
20:00 Tom Daley and Dan Goodfellow could be involved in the men's 10m platform synchro.
21:30 Women's rugby sevens final.

Tuesday, August 9

02:00 Swimming finals of women's 100m backstroke, men's 200m freestyle. James Guy and Missy Franklin go for gold for USA.
14:00 Equestrian team eventing final could involve GB.

Missy Franklin at the Laureus Sports Awards (Reuters)

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17:30 David Florence bids for a British medal in men's canoe single.
20:00 Women's team final of gymnastics.

Wednesday, August 10

02:00 Swimming finals of men's 200m butterfly, men's 4x200m freestyle relay, women's 200m IM. Michael Phelps, Missy Franklin and GB relay squad go for gold.
12:30 Great Britain could be involved in rowing medals in men's quadruple sculls.

Yellow jersey leader Team Sky rider Chris Froome of Britain reacts on the podium. REUTERS/Juan Medina

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12:30 Men's and women's cycling time trials - Chris Froome and Emma Pooley could feature.
13:00 Steve Scott goes for gold in shooting, men's double trap.
20:00 Gymnastics - Max Whitlock could be involved in men's all-round individual.
20:00 Diving - Men's 3m synchro could feature Jack Laugher and Chris Mears.

Thursday, August 11

02:00 Swimming finals of men's 100m freestyle and women's 4x200m freestyle. Cameron McEvoy could feature.
11:30 First round of men's golf tournament.
12:30 Rowing finals of men's pair and men's lightweight four.

Danny Willett celebrates in the green jacket after winning the 2016 The Masters golf tournament at Augusta National Golf Club.

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19:30 Kayla Harrison (USA) and Gemma Gibbons could feature in women's 78kg at Judo.
20:00 Women's all-round final in Gymnastics could include Claudia Fragapane and Simone Biles.
20:00 Track finals in cycling include men's team sprint. Great Britain could feature.

Friday, August 12

00:30 Men's singles final in table tennis.
02:00 Swimming finals of men's 200m IM, women's 100m freestyle could see Missy Franklin and Michael Phelps feature.
12:30 Rowing finals could feature Helen Glover, Heather Stanning, Charlotte Taylor and Kat Copeland. Finals of men's lightweight double sculls, women's lightweight double sculls, men's fours and women's pair.

Michael Phelps qualifies for his 5th olympics

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13:35 Women's heptathlon starts with British duo Jessica Ennis-Hill and Katarina Johnson-Thompson bidding for gold.
14:00 Equestrian team dressage final could feature Great Britain.
16:00 Men's doubles final in tennis could feature Andy Murray and brother Jamie Murray.
20:00 Track cycling finals in men's team pursuit. Bradley Wiggins goes for gold.

Saturday, August 13

02:00 Finals of swimming includes men's 100m butterfly and women's 800m freestyle. Michael Phelps and Jazz Carlin could feature.
12:50 Rowing finals of men's and women's eights.
16:00 Women's tennis final in singles.
20:00 Track cycling sees medals handed out in women's keirin and women's team pursuit. Becky James and Anna Meares feature for Australia. Laura Trott represents Great Britain.

Usain Bolt, après son titre mondial sur 200 m, à Pékin.

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Sunday, August 14

00:50 Men's long jump final in athletics, could feature Greg Rutherford.
01:55 Men's 10km final includes Mo Farah.
02:30 Women's 100m final.
02:45 Women's heptathlon concludes with Jessica Ennis-Hill and Katarina Johnson-Thompson involved.
11:00 Final round of men's golf competition concludes.

Jessica Ennis-Hill of Britain celebrates winning the women's heptathlon during the 15th IAAF World Championships at the National Stadium in Beijing, China August 23, 2015

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16:00 Men's singles final in tennis could feature Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic or Roger Federer.
17:00 Men's and women's RS:X finals. Nick Dempsey and Byrony Shaw could feature.
18:00 Max Whitlock, Louis Smith and Claudia Fragapane could feature in men's pommel horse and women's vault.
20:00 Track cycling in men's sprint could feature Jason Kenny.

Monday, August 15

Sir Bradley Wiggins (L) and Mark Cavendish (R) of Britain celebrates winning the men's madison final.

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00:55 Women's triple jump final in athletics.
02:00 Men's 400m final.
02:20 Usain Bolt goes for gold in men's 100m final.
13:00 Women's open water swimming event expected to include Keri-Anne Payne.
14:00 Charlotte Dujardin could feature in individual dressage in equestrian.
17:00 Nick Thompson could feature in men's laser final in sailing.
18:00 Simone Biles of US involved in women's balance beam in gymnastics.
20:00 Mark Cavendish expected to feature in men's omnium final.

Tuesday, August 16

02:25 Men's 800m final could feature David Rudisha of Kenya.
02:45 Christine Ohuruogu could feature in women's 400m final.
17:00 Giles Scott could be involved in medals in men's finn final in sailing.
18:00 Gymnastics women's floor final featuring Claudia Fragapane.
20:00 Track cycling finals include women's omnium, women's sprint and men's keirin - Laura Trott, Becky James and Jason Kenny could feature.
22:00 Jack Laugher expected to be involved in men's 3m springboard.
23:00 Men's 105kg final in weightlifting.

Wednesday, August 17

Laura Trott of Britain celebrates winning the women's omnium

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00:30 Men's high jump final in athletics could feature Robbie Grabarz.
14:00 Team jumping final in equestrian.
17:00 Women's and men's 470 in sailing could feature Saskia Clark, Hannah Mills and Elliot Willis.
01:15 Women's long jump final in athletics could feature Shara Proctor.
02:30 Women's 200m final could feature Dina Asher-Smith.
02:55 Women's 100m hurdles.

Thursday, August 18

15:00 Men's triathlon race could feature Alistair and Jonathan Brownlee.

Friday, August 19

00:00 Jade Jones expected to feature in taekwondo, women's 57kg.
02:15 Men's final in beach volleyball.

England's Alistair Brownlee (L) and his brother Jonathan Brownlee compete in the bicycle portion of the men's triathlon race at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland, July 24, 2014. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT TRIATHLON)

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02:30 Men's 200m final in athletics expected to include Usain Bolt.
14:00 Scott Brash could feature in individual jumping final in equestrian.
16:00 Samantha Murray could feature in modern pentathlon women's final.
17:30 Liam Phillips could feature in BMX men's and women's final.
18:00 Katie Taylor could go for gold for Ireland in women's 60kg boxing final.
21:00 Women's gold medal match in hockey could include GB.
21:30 Women's gold medal match in football.

Katie Taylor (Reuters)

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Saturday, August 20

00:00 Lutalo Muhammad could be involved in medals in taekwondo 80kg.
02:15 Women's 4x100m relay in athletics could feature Great Britain and Jamaica.
02:35 Men's 4x100m relay could feature Usain Bolt as GB and Jamaica bid for glory.
11:00 Final round of women's golf tournament.

News : Boxing Nicola Adams

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15:00 Jodie Stimpson could feature in triathlon women's final.
18:00 Nicola Adams could feature in women's 51kg boxing final.
21:30 Men's gold medal match in football.

Sunday, August 21

01:15 Women's 800m final in athletics.
01:30 Men's 5,000m final could sees Mo Farah go for gold on track.
02:00 Women's 4x400m relay.
02:35 Men's 4x40 relay.

Great Britain's Mo Farah celebrates winning the 3000m final

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13:30 Men's marathon
19:45 Men's gold medal match in basketball
23:00 Closing ceremony
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