Top things to see and do
- The Women’s Olympic Triathlon takes place in and around Hyde Park from 9am (free).
- Watch the Olympic Men’s 20km Race Walk from 5pm (free).
- Go to the Fish Island Festival at iCAN Studios on every day of the Olympic Games, with big screens, games, face painting, arts and crafts and the Bicycle Library daily, 10am-10pm (£10 inc. BBQ).
- London Is The Place For Me is a free festival celebrating 50 years of political independence for Trinidad & Tobago. Enjoy a mixture of workshops, dance classes, poetry, theatre, exhibitions, concerts and films at the Tricycle Theatre until 25 August (free).
- Take a trip to the very end of the District Line for the Military and Flying Machines Show at Damyns Hall Aerodrome, Upminster with arena activities including a bunker bash skirmish attack on a pill box, tank and helicopter rides, battles, explosions, fire power demonstrations and more (£8, conc. £6).
- See what’s going on at Antony’s Meltdown at the Southbank Centre.
- Last chance to see the Art Cars in Shoreditch (free entry).
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- 9.25am Rowing, Heats and Finals, Eton Dorney. Brief guide.
- 9.50am Athletics, Heats, Prelim, Qualifying, Olympic Stadium. Brief guide.
- 9.55am Cycling-Track, Men’s Qualifying and Finals, Velodrome. Brief guide.
- 2pm Tennis, Women’s and Men’s Finals, Wimbledon. Brief guide.
- 6.40pm Athletics, Semi-finals and Finals, Olympic Stadium. Brief guide.
- 7.20pm Football, Men’s Quarter-finals, Great Britain vs South Korea, St James’s Park. Brief guide.
See BBC Sport for full details of all events.
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