Here are the Brits you'll want to watch on Day 5 of the Rio Olympics


As we edge towards the end of the first week of the Olympics, we've got bags under our eyes from all the viewing.

So if you're finding it hard to keep up, we've got the highlights of Brits you'll want to watch on Wednesday, Day 5 of the Rio Olympics.

12.30pm - The road cycling time trials begin with Britain's Emma Pooley in action in the women's race. The men's race starts at 2pm with three-time Tour de France winner Chris Froome looking to medal.

Team Sky's Chris Froome after finishing the RideLondon Classic during day two of Prudential RideLondon.
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1pm - Tim Kneale and Steven Scott will be seeking to build on the shooting bronze won by Ed Ling on Monday when they start their men's double trap campaigns. Medal sessions start from 7.15pm.

2.22pm - Peter Lambert, Sam Townsend, Angus Groom and Graeme Thomas go in the men's quadruple sculls final.

5.30pm - Joe Clarke lines up in the canoe slalom K1 semi-finals and, should he make it, the finals begin at around 7.15pm.

Great Britain's Max Whitlock during the Men's Artistic Gymnastic final at the Rio Olympic Arena on the third day of the Rio Olympics Games, Brazil.
(Owen Humphreys/PA)

8pm - Gymnast Max Whitlock will be looking to end reigning Olympic champion Kohei Uchimura's dominance in the all-around competition. The Japanese great has won every individual all-around gold medal in the World Championship since 2009.

8pm - World bronze medallists Jack Laugher and Chris Mears will be synchronising their watches for the 3m synchro diving action.

2.03am (Thursday) - Britons Andrew Willis and Craig Benson will be hoping to feature in the 200m breaststroke final, should they navigate the heats and semi-finals on Day Four. There is also the 200m individual medley semis, if you can make it to 3.30am, with American duo Ryan Lochte and Michael Phelps in action.