Team GB will hope to secure their first gold medal on Day Three of the delayed Olympics in Tokyo.
After failing to capture any medals on the opening day of the Games, Britain got off the mark with two on Sunday.
Judoka Chelsie Giles took home bronze in the -52kg women’s competition following her win over Switzerland’s Fabienne Kocher and Bradly Sinden had to settle for silver in the men’s -68kg taekwondo after a dramatic final defeat by Ulugbek Rashitov of Uzbekistan.
All eyes will now be on Adam Peaty to potentially deliver that elusive first gold in the pool. More on him in a moment!
Here’s all you need to know ahead of Day Three at the Games...
Day Three highlights
The utterly dominant Peaty is the overwhelming favourite to claim his latest gold in the men’s 100m breaststoke final on Monday, potentially breaking his own world record in the process.
The likes of Freya Anderson and James Guy are also back in the pool, while the Katie Ledecky vs Ariarne Titmus battle in the women’s 400m freestyle final is a race not to be missed.
Also hoping to triumph on Day Three is two-time Olympic bronze medallist Tom Daley, who competes with Matty Lee in the men’s diving 10m platform synchro final as he bids to finally claim gold at his fourth and surely final Games.
In the gymnastics, it’s the men’s artistic team all-around final as double Olympic champion Max Whitlock goes for more gold alongside Joe Fraser, James Hall and Giarnni Regini-Moran.
Jonny Brownlee also tries for his maiden Olympic gold in the men’s triathlon and Team GB canoeist Adam Burgess competes in the men’s C1 event at Sea Forest Waterway.
The men’s rugby sevens action also gets off and running on Monday, with GB battling Canada and hosts Japan in Pool B.
The taekwondo action also continues with Lauren Williams competing in the women’s -67kg division, while both GB hockey teams are contesting their second group fixtures against Canada and South Africa respectively.
Which medals are up for grabs?
Archery (men’s team)
Artistic gymnastics (men’s team)
Canoe slalom (men’s C1)
Cycling (men’s cross-country mountain bike)
Diving (men’s 10m synchro)
Fencing (women’s sabre, men’s foil)
Judo (women’s -57kg, men’s -73kg)
Shooting (women’s skeet, men’s skeet)
Skateboarding (women’s street)
Swimming (women’s 100m fly, men’s 100m breast, women’s 400m free, men’s 4x100m free relay)
Table tennis (mixed doubles)
Taekwondo (women’s -67kg, men’s -80kg)
Weightlifting (women’s 55kg)
Day Three schedule
Five must-watch events (all times BST):
0100: Men’s rugby sevens
0312: Swimming, men’s 100m breastroke final
0320: Swimming, women’s 400m freestyle final
0700-0800: Diving, men’s 10m synchro platform final
1100-1400: Gymnastics, men’s artistic team all-around final
How to watch Day Three
TV channel: BBC will be broadcasting the best of the action live for free on terrestrial TV, with coverage running from 10:25pm on Sunday.
Eurosport also have the rights to the Games in the UK, with live coverage beginning at 11:30pm on Sunday night.
Live stream: TV licence fee-payers can stream the action live via the BBC iPlayer. Eurosport subscribers can stream the events via Eurosport Player.
Roku users can watch iPlayer using a Roku streaming device or Roku powered TV.
You can also follow all the action LIVE with Standard Sport’s dedicated Olympics Day Three blog.