FENG TIANWEI, YU MENGYU, ZHOU YIHAN
Table tennis: Women's team round 1 - v Egypt (9pm)
Badminton: Men's singles group stage - v Soren Opti (Sur) (9.45pm)
Rowing: Women's single sculls repechage (tomorrow, 12.01am)
Sailing: Men's RS:X, races 10, 11 & 12 (tomorrow, 12.15am)
Sailing: Women's RS:X, races 10, 11 & 12 (tomorrow, 12.15am)
Sailing: Men's Laser, races 7 & 8 (tomorrow, 12.15am)
Sailing: Women's Laser Radial, races 7 & 8 (tomorrow, 12.15am)
JOVINA CHOO/AMANDA NG
Sailing: 470 Women, races 5 & 6 (tomorrow, 12.15am)
GRISELDA KHNG/SARA TAN
Sailing: Women's 49er FX, races 1, 2 & 3 (tomorrow, 12.05am)
JOSEPH SCHOOLING, QUAH ZHENG WEN
Swimming: Men's 100m butterfly semi-finals (10.16am), if they advance.
Pick of the action
21 GOLDS AT STAKE
Women's 10,000m (10.10pm) The athletics programme kicks off with Ethiopia's Tirunesh Dibaba attempting to win her third straight 10,000m.
Men's over-100kg (from 9pm) Eight-time world champion Teddy Riner of France defends his 2012 gold in the sport's heaviest division.
Men's 100m butterfly, women's 800m freestyle, men's 50m freestyle (from tomorrow, 9.12am) Three highly anticipated finals in a row: Michael Phelps is swimming in almost certainly his last individual event (can Joseph Schooling make the final too?), Katie Ledecky going for her third individual gold, and the explosiveness of the fastest race in the pool.
When a fire alarm goes off in your building, grab your medal and gym bag. #everythingisokay
The American gymnast is clear where her priorities would lie in the event of a fire.