Here’s your rundown of the Olympics events you need to watch today. (All times Eastern)
Rachel Seaman will look to bring Canada a medal in the 20km Race Walk competition at noon. Cameron Levins goes in the men’s 5000m competition at 2:30pm. Canada will also look for team glory in the 4x100m relay after posting the third fastest qualifying time.
The women’s medals will be handed out on Saturday as Russia and Australia duke it out for Bronze at noon while the US and France will fight over the Gold at 4:00 pm.
The golds will be handed out in the Light Fly, Bantam, Light Welter, Middle, Heavy divisions throughout the afternoon.
Canada will be looking for more Canoe Sprint medals as Mark de Jonge will go in the K1 200m at 4:30 am, while the team of Ryan Cochrane and Hugues Fournel will race in the K2 200m at 5:41 am.
Cycling – Mountain Bike
Catherine Pendrel and Emily Batty will be racing for Canada in the women’s cross-country event at 7:30 am.
The 10m platform final takes place at 3:30 pm.
The men’s football gold medal match takes place between Brazil and Mexico at 10 am.
The women’s Gold medal match takes place between Norway and Montenegro at 3:30 pm.
Francois Coulombe-Fortier will fight for Canada in the +80kg competition preliminary round at 7:45 am.
Women’s volleyball medals get handed out on Saturday. Japan takes on Korea at 6:30 am for the Bronze while Brazil and the USA play for Gold at 1:30 pm.
Arjan Bhullar will wrestle at 8:45 am against Komeil Ghasemi of Iran in the 120kg freestyle 1/8 finals.
For a full list of the events going on today, click here for the London 2012 Official Olympic Schedule