Here are Digital Spy's Olympics TV picks to help you get the best out of Wednesday from the comfort of your armchair.
A potential first ever women's gold medal in rowing
Helen Glover and Heather Stanning could potentially be the women credited with starting a goldrush for Team GB. Bar us jinxing them or some sort of catastrophic cock-up at Eton Dorney, they should soar to victory today in the Pair Final at 11.50am on BBC One.
Amazingly, Helen only started rowing four years ago, giving hope to all us slightly overweight red button flickers sat watching with a hand stuffed in a Grab Bag of Monster Munch.
Wiggins to bring home gold?
After winning the Tour de France, everything else, including the Men's Individual Time Trial, should be a doddle for Bradley Wiggins. However, the men's Road Race proved that he can't have everything his own way and fellow Team GB star Chris Froome and Switzerland's Fabian Cancellara will be no easy competition. Make sure you tune in at 2.15pm on BBC One to find out if Wiggins can do it.
More male gymnastic heroics
The Team GB
Even if the chaps can't match their team magic, it's worth watching for Japan's Kohei Uchimura, who will blow you away with his jaw-dropping all round talent. It kicks off at 4pm on BBC One.
Best of the Rest
There are more chances of medals in the pool this evening. Check out all the Aquatics Centre action from 7pm on BBC One.
If you fancy something more obscure, move to BBC Olympics 4 at 9.55am for some table tennis action. Incredibly addictive viewing, the men's game has reached the quarter-finals, while the women's bronze medal match takes place in the afternoon on BBC Olympics 14.
Stuart Pearce and Ryan Giggs's Team GB may not have caught the public imagination much so far without David Beckham to boost their profile, but if they manage to overcome Uruguay in tonight's group game, expect interest to pick up in the knockout stages of the football. The match starts at 7.45pm on BBC Three.
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