Here's the pick of the action in the third week of the Olympic Games in Rio.
Britain's Shara Proctor should be a strong contender for a medal in the women's long jump final, while team-mate Tiffany Porter will have similar aspirations in the 100m hurdles.
The showjumping team medals are decided, with Great Britain defending the title won after a dramatic jump-off against Holland in London four years ago.
The taekwondo gets under way with Britain's Jade Jones out to defend her title in the 57kg category.
The Brownlee brothers will carry Britain's hopes in the triathlon with Alistair defending his title and Jonny also expected to do battle for a place on the podium.
Injury permitting, Bolt will be a massive favourite to win the men's 200m, where Britain's Adam Gemili will look to give the Jamaican a real run for his money.
Former world champion Liam Phillips will hope to contest the BMX final and erase the memories of crashing at the same stage in London 2012.
The lightweight final in the women's boxing competition takes place, with Ireland's Katie Taylor the defending champion.
A busy day sees the medals decided in the women's golf event and the athletics programme also come to an end.
Farah will race for what he hopes to be a second gold of the Games in the 5,000m, while South Africa's Caster Semenya is shaping up to be a big favourite in the women's 800m. The last action sees the fast and furious 4x400m relays for men and women.
Away from the track, Britain's Non Stanford, Helen Jenkins and Vicky Holland will contest the women's triathlon, while diver Tom Daley faces the semi-finals and final of the men's 10m platform in his bid to improve upon a bronze at London 2012.
The latest edition of the 'Dream Team' will be expected to claim basketball gold for the United States for the sixth time in the last seven Olympics, with Kevin Durant and Carmelo Anthony the only players with previous Games experience after a flurry of withdrawals.