Here are the Brits you'll want to watch on day 14 of the Rio Olympics


ICYMI, we're absolutely smashing the Olympics. And there's lots of great British action still to come. We've highlighted the Brits you need to tune in to on day 14 of the Games.

1.45pm - Lutalo Muhammad, bronze medallist at London 2012, competes in the men's -80kg taekwondo competition, taking on Hayder Shkara in his first-round match. Another name to keep an eye out for is Dorset-born Aaron Cook, who now competes for Moldova, at 3.15pm.

2pm - Ben Maher and Nick Skelton go for glory in the men's 35-rider individual showjumping final, with both seeking to make amends for Great Britain's dismal showing in the team event earlier this week.

Ben Maher competing (Steve Parsons/PA)
Ben Maher (Steve Parsons/PA)

7.15pm - Joe Joyce continues his journey through the men's super-heavyweight boxing tournament with a semi-final against Kazakhstan's Ivan Dychko for the right to move into the gold medal match.

8pm - Tom Daley, who won bronze in the men's synchronised 10 metres platform, is in action in the preliminary heats of the individual event.

9pm - Great Britain will be targeting a first ever gold medal in women's hockey at the Games. Having stormed to the final with seven wins from as many matches, they will enter the final as underdogs against reigning Olympic and world champions Holland.

Great Britain's players celebrate at the end of the match (Owen Humphreys/PA)
(Owen Humphreys/PA)

10pm - Samantha Murray can upgrade the silver medal she won at London 2012 in the women's modern pentathlon, while Kate French will look to make her mark.

12.30am (Saturday) - Holly Bradshaw will be hoping to claim a podium place in the women's pole vault final, Eilish McColgan competes in the 5,000m final at around 1.40am, while the men's and women's teams may be in the 4x100m relay final. The former may be particularly significant as it is likely to be Usain Bolt's last race in the Olympics as he goes for a "treble treble".