An incredible seven medals are up for grabs for Kiwi athletes on the biggest day of the Olympics so far. All eyes will be back on our rowers as they take to the water for the final day of racing.
Later in the day attention turns to potential medallists in swimming, BMX racing, tennis and trampolining.
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11.30am: Equestrian - eventing
Jesse Campbell, Jonelle Price and Tim Price compete in the first session of dressage.
Ryan Fox tees off for the second round of competition.
12.15pm: Athletics - high jump
Hamish Kerr soars in the qualifying of men's high jump.
The first medal of the day is up for grabs when Emma Twigg competes in the final of the women's single sculls.
The women's eight go for gold in what could be back-to-back victories for the New Zealand rowers.
1pm: Cycling - BMX
Rebecca Petch rides in the semi-finals of the women's BMX racing, with a spot in the final at 2.50pm up for grabs.
The men's eight attempt to wrap up a successful day on the water for the rowing team when they compete in the Olympic final.
Lewis Clareburt is back in the pool for the final of the men's 200-metre individual medley.
2.30pm: Rugby sevens
The Black Ferns take on Russian Olympic Committee in their final group game.
Peter Burling and Blair Tuke (49er) and Paul Snow-Hansen and Dan Willcox (470) are on the water for another afternoon of heats. Sam Meech (Laser) is in action at 5.35pm for his final heat races as he tries to secure a spot in the medal race, before Alex Maloney and Molly Meech (49erFX) hit the water around 5.50pm for their seventh, eighth and ninth races.
4pm: Trampolining Gymnastics
Maddie Davidson makes her Olympic debut in the women's qualification on the trampoline. If she qualifies for the final, she will compete for a medal at 5.50pm.
David Nyika is in action for his quarter-final bout against Belarusian Uladzislau Smiahlikau.
Michael Venus and Marcus Daniell compete in the bronze medal match of the men's doubles.
8.30pm - 9.30pm: Rugby sevens
The Black Ferns compete in the quarter-finals of the rugby sevens competition.
8.30pm: Equestrian - eventing
The Kiwis compete in the second dressage session of the day.
10pm: Athletics - 5000m
Camille Buscomb is on the track for the qualifying of the women's 5000m.
The Black Sticks take on Argentina in their final group game as they look to seal a spot in the quarter-finals.
10.25pm: Athletics - shot put
Both Dame Valerie Adams and Maddison Wesche compete in the women's shot put qualifying.
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