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Rio 2016 Olympic Games: day-by-day beam to a feast of competition from Brazil 

The Olympic Games strictly flog off with a opening rite on Friday Aug 5. Sportsmail has put together a beam to a best movement on any day of a competition.

Jessica Ennis-Hill could assistance Team GB replicate London 2012's Super Saturday on Aug 13

Jessica Ennis-Hill could assistance Team GB replicate London 2012’s Super Saturday on Aug 13

Day 1 – Saturday Aug 6 

WHO COULD WIN FOR GB? 

CHRIS FROOME could start a Games with a crash for Team GB, as he rides in a cycling highway race.

OTHER STARS IN ACTION

In a pool, American RYAN LOCHTE will demeanour to supplement to his 5 Olympic golds in a 400m miscellany and HANNAH MILEY could yield some late-night jubilee for British fans in a 400m particular medley.

TODAY’S KEY EVENTS

12.30pm — Shooting: women’s 10m atmosphere purloin — initial Games gold

1.30pm — Cycling: men’s highway race

2pm — Beach volleyball

3pm — Women’s rugby sevens organisation stage

STAY UP FOR…

2am — Swimming: finals women’s and men’s 400m particular medley

Day 2 – Sunday Aug 7 

WHO COULD WIN FOR GB?  

LIZZIE ARMITSTEAD (below) and EMMA POOLEY will float in a women’s highway foe — Armitstead looking to improved her china from London. ADAM PEATY will also go for bullion in a 100m breastroke.

OTHER STARS IN ACTION 

Barcelona luminary NEYMAR will play for Brazil opposite Iraq in a hosts’ second compare of a football tournament.

TODAY’S KEY EVENT

4.15pm — Cycling: women’s highway race

STAY UP FOR… 

2am — Swimming: finals men’s 100m breaststroke and women’s 400m freestyle

Day 3 – Monday Aug 8 

WHO COULD WIN FOR GB?  

A day for dual teams, a masculine gymnasts and a womanlike rugby sevens team. England’s XV are universe champions, so can GB order a roost in sevens, too? JAMES GUY (above) could win a 200m freestyle medal.

OTHER STARS IN ACTION 

MISSY FRANKLIN won 4 golds during London aged usually 17, and a American is behind for some-more in a 100m backstroke. And TOM DALEY starts his office of excellence in a 10m diving.

TODAY’S KEY EVENTS

8pm — Gymnastics: men’s artistic group final

8pm — Diving: men’s 10m height synchro

9.30pm — Rugby sevens: women’s final

STAY UP FOR… 

2am – Swimming: finals women’s 100m backstroke, men’s 200m freestyle

Day 4 – Tuesday Aug 9 

WHO COULD WIN FOR GB?  

WILLIAM FOX-PITT and his group of equestrian eventers will be out to improved their china award in London.

OTHER STARS IN ACTION 

MICHAEL PHELPS, a many flashy contestant of all time, can supplement to his transport as he swims in a men’s 200m butterfly. The GB men’s 4x200m group will also be carefree of success.

TODAY’S KEY EVENTS

2pm — Equestrian: group eventing final

5.30pm — Canoeing: men’s single

8pm — Gymnastics: women’s group final

STAY UP FOR… 

2am — Swimming: finals men’s 200m butterfly, 4x200m freestyle relay

Day 5 – Wednesday Aug 10 

WHO COULD WIN FOR GB?  

CHRIS FROOME and EMMA POOLEY in a cycling time trials and a men’s rowing quadruple sculls, while MAX WHITLOCK (below) can turn a initial British gymnast to win an Olympic gold.

OTHER STARS IN ACTION 

CHRIS MEARS and JACK LAUGHER contest in a 3m synchronised diving.

TODAY’S KEY EVENTS 

12.30pm — Rowing: initial bullion award races including men’s quadruple sculls

12.30pm — Cycling: men’s and women’s time trials

1pm — Shooting: men’s double trap

8pm — Gymnastics: men’s all-round particular final

8pm — Diving: men’s 3m synchro

STAY UP FOR… 

2am — Swimming: finals men’s 100m freestyle, women’s 4x200m freestyle

Day 6 – Thursday Aug 11 

WHO COULD WIN FOR GB?  

The rowers follow bullion in a men’s span and lightweight four. In a velodrome, JASON KENNY and Co will be out to kick their Olympic group scurry record.

OTHER STARS IN ACTION 

DANNY WILLETT and JUSTIN ROSE tee off in a golf, GEMMA GIBBONS battles in a judo and CLAUDIA FRAGAPANE competes in a gymnastics all-round final.

TODAY’S KEY EVENTS  

11.30am — Golf: men’s initial round

12.30pm — Rowing: finals men’s pair, men’s lightweight four

4.30pm — Canoeing: men’s slalom double C2

7.30pm — Judo: women’s 78kg

8pm — Gymnastics: women’s all-round final

8pm — Cycling: lane finals

STAY UP FOR… 

2am — Swimming: finals men’s 200m particular miscellany and women’s 100m freestyle

Day 7 – Friday Aug 12 

WHO COULD WIN FOR GB?  

Rowers HELEN GLOVER (below) and HEATHER STANNING, KAT COPELAND and CHARLOTTE TAYLOR aim to brush aside a competition. ANDY and JAMIE MURRAY could seem in a tennis doubles final and SIR BRADLEY WIGGINS could turn a biggest ever British Olympian with a award in cycling’s group pursuit.

OTHER STARS IN ACTION 

JESSICA ENNIS-HILL and KATARINA JOHNSON-THOMPSON start their adversary in a heptathlon and in a group dressage final CHARLOTTE DUJARDIN could feature. JAZZ CARLIN will also be anticipating to make a lectern in a women’s 800m freestyle.

TODAY’S KEY EVENTS  

12.30pm — Rowing: finals

1.35pm — Athletics: women’s heptathlon begins

2pm — Equestrian: group dressage final

4pm — Tennis: men’s doubles final

8pm — Cycling: lane finals men’s group pursuit

Day 8 – Saturday Aug 13

WHO COULD WIN FOR GB?  

SUPER SATURDAY TAKE II? They wowed a crowds on a enchanting night in London — now Britain’s golden contingent of Ennis-Hill, Rutherford and Farah are out to repeat their heroics in Rio on Aug 13.

ANDY MURRAY could be in a tennis singles final, JASON KENNY could win in a cycling scurry final and LOUIS SMITH will chuck himself around a thrash equine in hunt of gold.

OTHER STARS IN ACTION 

USAIN BOLT could make story by winning his third uninterrupted 100m Olympic gold. JUSTIN ROSE and DANNY WILLETT might still lift British golfing hopes. NICK DEMPSEY and BRYONY SHAW will windsurf in a men’s and women’s RS:X finals.

TODAY’S KEY EVENTS  

11.30am — Golf: men’s final round

4pm — Tennis: men’s singles final

5pm — Sailing: men’s and women’s RS:X finals

6pm — Gymnastics: men’s thrash horse, women’s vault

8pm — Cycling: track, men’s sprint

STAY UP FOR… 

12.55am — Athletics: women’s triple burst final

2am — Athletics: men’s 400m final

2.25am — Athletics: men’s 100m final

Day 9 – Sunday Aug 14 

WHO COULD WIN FOR GB?  

It could be another Super Saturday for GB as MO FARAH (10,000m), JESSICA ENNIS-HILL (heptathlon) and GREG RUTHERFORD (long jump) urge their titles. LAURA TROTT and BECKY JAMES go for group office and keirin glory.

OTHER STARS IN ACTION 

SERENA WILLIAMS could be in a tennis singles and USAIN BOLT starts his 100m heats.

TODAY’S KEY EVENTS 

12.50pm — Rowing: finals men’s eights, women’s eights

4pm — Tennis: women’s singles final

8pm — Cycling: track, women’s keirin and group pursuit

STAY UP FOR… 

12.50am — Athletics: men’s prolonged burst final

1.55am — Athletics: men’s 10,000m final

2.35am – Athletics: women’s 100m final

2.45am – Athletics: women’s heptathlon finishes

Day 10 – Monday Aug 15 

WHO COULD WIN FOR GB?  

CHRISTINE OHURUOGU will wish to be using in a 400m final, hours after MARK CAVENDISH chases his initial Olympic bullion award in a omnium and CHARLOTTE DUJARDIN has directed for her second Olympic dressage title.

OTHER STARS IN ACTION 

KERI-ANNE PAYNE kicks a day off in a open H2O swim, NICK THOMPSON hits a H2O in a laser sailing final and Kenya’s DAVID RUDISHA could mangle some-more annals in a 800m in a early hours.

TODAY’S KEY EVENTS 

1pm — Swimming: women’s open water

2pm — Equestrian: particular dressage

5pm — Sailing: men’s laser final

8pm — Cycling: track, men’s omnium final

STAY UP FOR… 

2.25am — Athletics: men’s 800m

2.45am — Athletics: women’s 400m final

Day 11 – Tuesday Aug 16

WHO COULD WIN FOR GB? 

LAURA TROTT is a large wish for a omnium lane cycling final. BECKY JAMES and JASON KENNY could win again in a scurry and keirin respectively.

OTHER STARS IN ACTION 

GILES SCOTT (above) aims to continue Sir Ben Ainslie’s prevalence in a Finn sailing, ROBBIE GRABARZ will burst high for excellence and CLAUDIA FRAGAPANE works a gymnastics floor.

TODAY’S KEY EVENTS

5pm — Sailing: men’s Finn final

6pm — Gymnastics: women’s building final

8pm — Cycling: lane finals, women’s omnium, women’s sprint, men’s keirin

10pm — Diving: men’s 3m springboard

STAY UP FOR…  

12.30am — Athletics: men’s high burst final

Day 12 – Wednesday Aug 17 

WHO COULD WIN FOR GB? 

The fastest British lady in story DINA ASHER-SMITH runs in a 200m.

OTHER STARS IN ACTION 

SHARA PROCTOR could make a prolonged burst final, and a 470 Sailing could engage SASKIA CLARK, HANNAH MILLS, and ELLIOT WILLIS. CHARLEY HULL also starts her initial turn on a golf course.

TODAY’S KEY EVENTS

11am — Golf: women’s initial round

2pm — Equestrian: group jumping final

5pm — Sailing: men’s and women’s 470

STAY UP FOR…  

1.15am — Athletics: women’s prolonged burst final

2.30am — Athletics: women’s 200m final

2.55am — Athletics: women’s 100m hurdles

Day 13 – Thursday Aug 18 

WHO COULD WIN FOR GB?   

BROWNLEE brothers JONNY and ALISTAIR (below) run, float and cycle in a triathlon and JADE JONES defends her Taekwondo title.

OTHER STARS IN ACTION 

USAIN BOLT could finish a triple double by winning a 200m and serve concrete his place in story after wins in 2008 and 2012.

TODAY’S KEY EVENTS

3pm – Triathlon: men’s race

STAY UP FOR…  

12am – Taekwondo: women’s -57kg

2.30am – Athletics: men’s 200m final

Day 14 – Friday Aug 19 

WHO COULD WIN FOR GB?   

SAMANTHA MURRAY in a complicated pentathlon and LIAM PHILLIPS in a BMX cycling.

OTHER STARS IN ACTION 

USAIN BOLT goes for send excellence with Jamaica and Ireland’s KATIE TAYLOR (below) could urge her fighting title.

TODAY’S KEY EVENTS

2pm — Equestrian: particular jumping final

4pm — Modern pentathlon: women’s final

5.30pm – Cycling BMX: men’s and women’s final

6pm — Boxing: women’s 60kg final

9pm — Hockey: women’s bullion award match

STAY UP FOR…  

2.15am — Athletics: women’s 4x100m relay

2.35am — Athletics: men’s 4x100m relay

Day 15 – Saturday Aug 20

WHO COULD WIN FOR GB?   

MO FARAH will wish he can finish an extraordinary double double with feat in a 5,000m. NICOLA ADAMS can urge her fighting title, and TOM DALEY dives in a 10m height final.

OTHER STARS IN ACTION 

JODIE STIMPSON (above) might ambience feat in a triathlon.

TODAY’S KEY EVENTS

6pm — Boxing: women’s 51kg

STAY UP FOR…  

1.15am — Athletics: women’s 800m

1.30am — Athletics: men’s 5,000m

Day 16 – Sunday Aug 21 

OTHER STARS IN ACTION 

The USA basketball group follow a third pretension in a quarrel before a shutting ceremony.

TODAY’S KEY EVENTS 

1.30pm — Athletics: men’s marathon

7.45pm — Basketball: men’s bullion award match

11.15pm — Closing ceremony

HOW TO WATCH ALL OF THE OLYMPIC GAMES 

WHERE CAN we WATCH THE ACTION?

BBC One and BBC Four are a usually dual channels that will be broadcasting a Games live on television. They will yield full Olympic coverage from 1pm until 4am any day — that’s around 3,000 hours of coverage, including 550 hours on TV.

The BBC have gathered a star-studded expel for their coverage. Pundits and presenters include: Clare Balding, Gabby Logan, Hazel Irvine and Olympic legends Michael Johnson, Sir Steve Redgrave, Sir Chris Hoy, Denise Lewis, Victoria Pendleton, Paula Radcliffe, Rebecca Adlington, Darren Campbell, Beth Tweddle and Anthony Joshua, and Sportsmail’s Sir Clive Woodward.

The BBC Breakfast lounge will pierce into a home of BBC Sport during MediaCityUK in Salford during a Games. You can start your Aug mornings with extended daily highlights from 6am.

At 9.15am, BBC2 will also promote a four-hour replay of a BBC One coverage from a night before. For those penetrating for a shorter summation of a night before, there will be a 10-minute highlights package accessible around a BBC Sport website after a end of any day.

ONLINE, ON THE GO AND VIA THE RED BUTTON

The BBC website will be display adult to 24 live HD video streams to constraint any moment.

Viewers will be means to entrance these streams on normal TV sets around connected TV apps, such as a BBC Sport App. They are also accessible around intelligent boxes and dongles, such as Roku and Amazon Fire TV, or around a BBC Red Button+ use on concordant intelligent TVs and platforms such as Freesat Freetime and YouView (if we have BT TV, TalkTalk TV or Plusnet TV).

Up to 8 Red Button streams carrying coverage from Rio will also be available, they will be named BBC RB1-RB6, BBC RB HD and BBC RB0.

If you’re out and about, a streams will be accessible to watch on your phone or tablet, so there is no forgive to skip a shot, scurry or convene opposite a dual weeks.

WHAT ABOUT ON THE RADIO?

BBC Radio 5 Live and 5 Live Sports Extra will have full coverage of a Olympics from midday to 4am any day, providing some-more than 80 hours of coverage. Dame Tanni Grey-Thompson will be one of a pivotal pundits.

WHAT CHANNEL IS IT ON ON SKY AND FREEVIEW? 

Sky business can find a BBC movement on channel 101, or 115 for HD. For Freeview customers, BBC One HD is channel 101.

 

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