The 2012 Olympics are underway and there is plenty of Arsenal interest at the London Games.
Four Gooners will be in action on Wednesday, August 1.
Bradley Wiggins will represent Great Britain in the men's cycling time trial at Hampton Court Palace. Harry Martin will be part of the men's hockey squad that faces South Africa at the Riverbank Arena.
Moe Sbihi is back on the water at Eton Dornay as the men's rowing team go for gold. And super heavyweight Anthony Joshua will compete in the last 16 of the men's boxing tournament.
Meanwhile, Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey is expected to line up against Uruguay as Team GB conclude their group fixtures at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff (kick-off 7.45pm).
Keep an eye on our daily Olympic Watch for updates.
Steph Houghton, Kelly Smith, Alex Scott, Kim Little, Rachel Yankey, Ellen White (women's football)
Great Britain 1-0 Brazil
Steph Houghton's prolific form continued with a third goal in as many Olympic matches as Great Britain's women sealed top spot in Group E with a 1-0 win over highly-rated Brazil. Arsenal Ladies star Houghton collected a pass from Karen Carney and skipped past Brazil goalkeeper Andreia before scoring from a tight angle in the second minute to give Team GB a perfect start.
Hope Powell's side could have won more comfortably but another Arsenal player, Kelly Smith, saw her penalty saved in the second half. A record crowd for a women's game in the UK - 70,584 - also saw a fine display from Kim Little in midfield while Alex Scott impressed at right back. The remaining two members of Team GB's Arsenal contingent - Rachel Yankey and Ellen White - came off the bench in the second half.
Ashleigh Ball (women's hockey)
Great Britain 5-3 South Korea
Tuesday, July 31
Ashleigh Ball helped Great Britain's women secure a thrilling 5-3 win over South Korea - their second straight victory in the Olympic hockey tournament. Late strikes from Georgie Twigg and Chloe Rogers made the difference after the Koreans had fought back from a 3-1 deficit in the second half.
Elsewhere NBA all-star Luol Deng and fellow Gooner Eric Boateng could not stop Great Britain slipping to a second successive defeat in the men's basketball as Brazil snatched a 67-62 victory. Nathan French was part of the men's volleyball team that lost 3-0 to Australia at Earls Court while Bobby White was in the men's handball side that was beaten by Sweden.Copyright 2016 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