Here’s your rundown of the Olympics events you need to watch today. (All times Eastern)
Three Canadians will look for a medal in the Men’s Marathon as Reid Coolsaet, Eric Gillis and Dylan Wykes will compete at 6 am.
Argentina and Russia will duke it out for the bronze medal at 6 am, but the eyes will be on the gold medal game at 10 am. Will the United States continue to roll or can Spain pull off the upset? Stay tuned.
Finals will be going in the Men’s Fly, Men’s Light, Men’s Welter, Men’s Light Heavy, Men’s Super Heavy all morning.
Cycling – Mountain Bike
The men’s cross-country final at 8:30 has two Canadians in the field as Max Plaxton and Geoff Kabush will take part in line up 3.
The men’s medal matches take place at 6 am with the bronze up for grabs between Croatia and Hungary, while Sweden and France will play for the gold at 10 am.
Bulgaria and Italy will be playing for the bronze medal at 4:30 am with Russia and Brazil playing for gold at 10 am.
Medal matches go at 9:30 am when Montenegro plays Serbia for bronze. Croatia will take on Italy at 10:50 am for gold.
Canada’s Haislan Veranes Garcia takes on Haitem Ben Alayech of Turkey at 3:30 am in the men’s 66kg freestyle qualifiers. In the men’s 96kg Canadian Khetav Pliev will take on Javier Cortina Lacerra of Cuba at 4:15 am.
For a full list of the events going on today, click here for the London 2012 Official Olympic Schedule
The closing ceremonies kick off at 4:00 pm. You should watch them, even though there are no medals handed out.