6.30am to 10.10pm with 6.30am Danny Baker
9.30am Ross King
12.30pm Caron Keating
2.30pm Terry Wogan
6.30pm John Inverdale
(All times approximate)
Every morning Ross King is still at the ready to collect the baton from Danny Baker and take you through the Olympic morning. In between following the fortunes of the British athletes in Barcelona there will be a chance for listeners to compete in the Mega Marathon, Shoot the Rapids and Radio 5's cycle race.
Today's main events
7.00am 12.30pm, 3.00 - 6.30 Equestrian
8.00am - 6.00pm Canoeing
8.30am - 9.10pm Athletics
8.45am - 8.30pm Hockey (9.15am - 10.45
GB v Australia)
10.00am - 7.00pm Tennis
12.00 - 5.00pm Yachting
1.30pm - 3.45 Diving
Colin Jackson and Tony Jarrett could get medals in the 100m hurdles final. In the 10,000m the brilliant Africans could produce yet another surprise for Eamonn Martin and Richard Neururka. And at 9.15am Great Britain meet
Australia in their last match of the first round of hockey.
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