The final day of Olympic action is a real mix of medal events starting and ending with the women's modern pentathlon where British trio Heather Fell, Mhairi Spence and Samantha Murray are all in with a chance. Wembley Arena hosts the team rhythmic gymnastics, the Water Polo Arena hosts the men's water polo final and the men's volleyball final takes place at Earls Court in a busy afternoon around London. Kenya's Wilson Kipsang will be the favourite for the men's marathon, which finishes on The Mall, while Frenchman Julien Absalon is the name to watch in the mountain bike final at Hadleigh Farm as he bids to secure his third consecutive Olympic title. A crowded boxing schedule features five medal bouts in which Britain's 6ft 8in Anthony Joshua could star in the super-heavyweight category. Finally, there's the small matter of the men's basketball final at the North Greenwich Arena – a competition synonymous with the 'Dream Team' of the 1992 Olympics. With Kobe Bryant and LeBron James in the USA team, it's hard to look beyond the Americans for this gold medal.
Gold medals up for grabs: 15
Today's medal sports: modern pentathlon, athletics, boxing, volleyball, wrestling, mountain bike cycling, rhythmic gymnastics, basketball, handball, water polo