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Presented by Clare Balding, Hazel Irvine and Rishi Persad.

12.15 Swimming
Live coverage from the world championships where, after a disappointing showing at the Athens Olympics, Britain have it all to prove again in the pool. Final day action from 11pm tomorrow on BBC2.

1.50 Glorious Goodwood
Live coverage from the final day, with races at 2.00 and 2.30. Further races from 3pm on BBC2.

2.40 Golf
The third day of the Women's British Open. Coverage continues on BBC2.
INTERACTIVE: digital viewers can access extended coverage throughout the afternoon by pressing the red button

3.00 Rugby League St Helens v Hull
It's crunch time in the Challenge Cup as the two teams battle it out at Huddersfield's Galpharm Stadium (kick-off 3.15) for a place in the final at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium next month. The second semi-final is tomorrow at 1.20pm on BBC2. Video Plus+ code for 3.00-5.25pm (non-PDC)
Editors Josephine McCusker (golf) and Carl Hicks (rugby league)

INTERACTIVE: MotoGP: from 12.50pm digital viewers can watch qualifying of the German grand prix. Live coverage of the race tomorrow at 11am on BBC2


Presenter: Clare Balding
Presenter: Hazel Irvine
Presenter: Rishi Persad
Editor (Golf): Josephine McCusker
Editor (Rugby League): Carl Hicks

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