Olympics: Guide to day 10

Olympics: Guide to day 10
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Jason Kenny will aspire to continue Britain's domination of the velodrome, while gymnast Beth Tweddle will gun for gold on day 10. Sports Mole previews the action.

Jason Kenny will hope to continue Great Britain's domination of the velodrome, while gymnast Beth Tweddle will gun for the gold medal on day 10.

Sports Mole has compiled a list of today's must-see events.

2pm - Equestrian: Team GB's chance of a silver
Going into the final day, Great Britain's showjumping quartet of Nick Skelton, Ben Maher, Scott Brash and Peter Charles find themselves joint-second with Switzerland, Sweden and the Netherlands. Saudi Arabia are the current leaders.

2.50pm - Gymnastics: Beth Tweddle aiming for gold
Beth Tweddle qualified for the final of women's uneven bars in style and will hope to finally win the gold medal that she has failed in more than 10 years.

4pm - Track cycling: Jason Kenny
Jason Kenny will be under pressure in men's individual sprint after being chosen ahead of the celebrated Sir Chris Hoy for the event. The final is at 5:43 pm, but Kenny will first have to get the better of Njisane Nicholas Phillip from Trinidad & Tobago in the semis.

7pm - Hockey: Do-or-die game for Team GB women
Team GB women will hope to recover from their shock loss to China and qualify for the semi-finals. If China beat Japan in the afternoon, then Great Britain would need to draw against the Netherlands.

7.15pm - Shot put final
New Zealand's Valerie Adams will head into the final hoping to win gold yet again. She is the current Olympic champion in this event.

8.45pm - Men's men's 400m hurdles
Reigning world champion Dai Greene will aim to step up a gear and win an Olympic gold, but will face stiff competition from Felix Sanchez of the Dominican Republic and Javier Culson of Puerto Rico.

9pm - Pole Vault: Holly Bleasdale's medal dream
Holly Bleasdale will be trying for a medal at women's pole vault but world record holder Yelena Isinbayeva will start the event as the favourite.

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