As golden as the Rio 2016 Olympic Games have been for Team GB the penultimate day of action has the potential to be another memorable one.
Day 14 started out slowly but turned into an absolute cracker for Team GB as Britain’s women’s hockey outfit and showjumper Nick Skelton secured historic golds.
Great Britain’s women hockey players have already created history, but on Day 14 they will be looking to finish the job off as they go for gold at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.
Alistair Brownlee became the first athlete to secure successive Olympic triathlon titles as he and brother Jonny secured a fantastic one-two on Day 13 of Rio 2016.
Hannah Mills and Saskia Clark may have had to wait an extra 24 hours but they should finally collect their sailing gold for Team GB on an exciting day 13 at Rio 2016.
Great Britain were celebrating a first-ever Olympic hockey final on day 12 as their women’s side beat New Zealand 3-0 to set up a showdown for gold with the Netherlands.
After finishing with a silver medal at London 2012 sailors Saskia Clark and Hannah Mills should upgrade to gold on day 12 of the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.
Laura Trott and Jason Kenny etched their names into the history books once more as British cycling’s golden couple added to their Olympic collections in style.
Giles Scott is in an unassailable lead and will secure Team GB’s 17th gold medal at Rio 2016 on a packed 11th day at the Games.
Charlotte Dujardin became just the second British woman to win three Olympic Games gold medals as she successfully defended her London 2012 individual dressage title on day ten in Rio.
Mark Cavendish will be hoping he can stay within the top three and finally claim that elusive Olympic medal as the men’s omnium reaches its conclusion on day ten of Rio 2016.