Here are the Brits you'll want to watch on day 12 of the Rio Olympics


While the track cycling may be drawing to a close (and boy, haven't Team GB make us proud?), there's still plenty more to come at the Rio Olympics.

To make your life a little easier, we've highlighted the Brits you need to watch on day 12 of the Games.

11:30am - Great Britain will be looking to make it a gold medal golfing double when the women's event gets under way. Charley Hull, 20, and 46-year-old Catriona Matthew will be hoping to follow in the footsteps of Justin Rose by topping the podium.

Catriona Matthew's shoes
(Chris Carlson/AP)

2pm - The equestrian team jumping comes to a conclusion, with Nick Skelton, competing in a British record seventh summer Olympics, hoping to lead Team GB to a podium place.

5.05pm - The 470 sailing medals will be decided with men's pair Luke Patience and Chris Grube, and Hannah Mills and Saskia Clark in the corresponding women's event, looking to add to Britain's medal tally.

Chris Grube and Luke Patience
(Bernat Armangue/AP)

7.15pm - Savannah Marshall, a former world champion, goes up against Holland's Nouchka Fontijn in the quarter-final of the women's boxing event. Victory for the Hartlepool-born middleweight would ensure at least a bronze medal.

9pm - The women's hockey team have quietly, but authoritatively, gone about their business with six wins from as many matches to charge into the semi-finals, where they will face New Zealand.

Great Britain's hockey team
(Hussein Malla/AP)

2:30am (Thursday) - Dina Asher-Smith, Britain's best-ever female sprinter, will be eyeing a medal in the women's 200 metres final, should she make it through Tuesday's semis. Shara Proctor and Tiffany Porter will hope to be in action in the long jump (1:15am) and 100m hurdles (2:55am) finals respectively.