The 2012 Olympics are drawing to a close but there is still plenty of Arsenal interest at the London Games.
Five Gooners will be in action on Friday, August 10.
Anthony Joshua seeks a guaranteed medal in his super heavyweight semi-final against Kazakhstan's Ivan Dychko, while Pete Waterfield competes in the men's 10m diving preliminaries at the Aquatic Centre.
Ashleigh Ball will feature as Great Britain women's hockey team bid for bronze against New Zealand, while Allyson Felix and Simeon Williamson will compete in the women's and men's 4x100m relay for USA and Great Britain respectively.
Keep an eye on our daily Olympic Watch for updates.
Thursday, August 9
David Rudisha made history once more by breaking his own world record to claim gold in the men's 800m final on Thursday. The Kenyan middle-distance runner became the first man to run within one minute and 40 seconds, clocking 1.40.91. Despite being just 23 years old, Rudisha already holds the three fastest times ever and six of the eight best.
Meanwhile, Tosin Oke finished seventh in the men's triple jump. But there was to be disappointment for Harry Martin and Great Britain men's hockey team, who were put the sword 9-2 against Holland in the semi-finals.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 10 Aug 2012