The 2012 Olympics are firmly in motion and there is plenty of Arsenal interest at the London Games.
Four Gooners will be in action on Tuesday, August 7.
World-record holder David Rudisha will hope to keep his medal hopes alive when he competes in the 800m semi-finals, before Allyson Felix stakes her claim in the 200m semi-finals.
Tosin Oke goes for glory in the triple jump, while Great Britain star Harry Martin takes on Spain in a Pool A hockey clash.
Keep an eye on our daily Olympic Watch for updates.
Luol Deng & Eric Boateng
Monday, August 6
Luol Deng and Eric Boateng were part of the Great Britain side that recorded their first win at the Olympics in 64 years with a 90-58 victory against China. Despite the result, Team GB did not qualify for the quarter finals.
Elsewhere, Hello Sanctos - the horse owned by Arsenal director Lord Harris - won gold in showjumping, while David Rudisha eased into the 800m semi-finals as he continued his quest for gold.
Boxer Anthony Joshua qualified for the men's super-heavyweight quarter-finals after he knocked down China's Zhilei Zhang in the second round and won 15-11, while Allyson Felix won her 200m heat in a time of 22.71 sec.
There was disappointment for Perri Shakes-Drayton, though, who lost the place she was initially given in the 400m final when a Czech athlete was disqualified. However, Denisa Rosolova successfully appealed against the decision and Shakes-Drayton missed out. Abdul Buhari also faced disappointment as he was eliminated from the discus after his heat.
Ashleigh Ball's Great Britain side lost 2-1 to Holland in the women's hockey competition, but will face Argentina for a place in the final on Wednesday. Handball star Bobby White featured in Team GB's superb performance against Iceland, but the hosts were ultimately defeated and exited the competition. Nathan French's British volleyball side were also eliminated after a 3-0 defeat to Argentina.Copyright 2013 The Arsenal Football Club plc. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to www.arsenal.com as the source 7 Aug 2012