Following the Olympics can be a tad overwhelming and, with this in mind, the fanatix team is compiling the top three Olympic events to follow every day.
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Below are our recommendations for Day Three of the Games:
Diving: Men’s Synchronised 10m Platform Final
Prodigal Tom Daley and his partner Pete Waterfield will be diving for the Gold at 1500 GMT in the Men’s Synchronised 10m Platform. China have had something of a stranglehold on this event at recent Games but on home turf - at the Aquatics Centre - Individual World Champion, European Champion and Commonwealth Champion Daley has what it takes to win it for Team GB.
Artistic Gymnastics: Men’s Team Final
After Great Britain’s male gymnasts stunned their rivals in qualifying, outscoring World Champions China to finish third behind the United States and Russia, there is renewed hope for today’s team final, starting at 1630 GMT. The qualifier was the finest result for Britain’s men in modern gymnastic history and the likes of Louis Smith, who qualified from his pommel horse final in first place, could be in line for a surprise medal.
Swimming: Men’s 200m Freestyle Final
British swimmer Robbie Renwick will be looking to defeat the might of Ryan Lochte, Michael Phelps and co in the Men’s 200m Freestyle at 1943 GMT in the Aquatics centre. Renwick, 24, tied for third in his semi-final race behind American star Lochte and Germany’s Paul Biedermann to reach the final, with his fatest time since 2009. The Scot admitted he was happy to simply still be competing but a shock medal could still be on the cards.
Don’t forget that our Olympic Leaderboard competition is currently on-going and it’s not too late to start competition for some great prizes!
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