During the London 2012 Games we'll bring you a daily heads-up on what's happening where, including sporting and cultural events, transport and weather.
Top things to see and do
- The Olympic Men’s Triathlon Final is in Hyde Park and you can watch it from 11.30am (free).
- The Vintage Circus Show entertains at Hackney House from 8pm (free entry, but RSVP).
- Discover the history of Walthamstow, the hidden gem of the city through guided walks led by the Walthamstow Historical Society (free).
- Enjoy a candlelit evening at Sir John Soane's House on the first Tuesday of each month 6-9pm (free).
- Explore Brazilian culture and get information on the preparations of the Rio 2016 Games through the Casa Brasil exhibition at Somerset House (part of London 2012 Festival, free).
- Watch Shakespeare's Henry V as part of World's Shakespeare Festival at the Globe (part of London 2012 Festival, £5-39).
Road users should avoid Marble Arch between rush hours, when the area will be closed off for the men's triathlon. Any breaking news of disruptions will appear here.
See Transport for London's 'heat maps' for the busiest stations on any given day.
- 9.55am Equestrian, Team Dressage Final, Greenwich Park. Brief guide.
- 11.25am Men's Triathlon, Hyde Park. Brief guide.
- 11.50am Sailing, RS:X Medal Races, Weymouth and Portland. Brief guide.
- 1.55pm Gymnastics-Artistic, Finals, North Greenwich Arena. Brief guide.
- 3.55pm Cycling-Track, Finals, Velodrome. Brief guide.
- 6.40pm Athletics, Finals, Olympic Stadium. Brief guide.
See BBC Sport for full details of all events.
After a clear and dry morning it will become cloudy. Showers are expected during the afternoon. Min. 14, max. 18 degrees.