Welsh Olympic hopes 2012

Taken from the BBC Sport website, here’s the list of Welsh hopefuls for Team GB

ATHLETICS

Dai Greene

From: Llanelli. Club: Swansea Harriers. Discipline: 400m hurdles.

The 2011 World and 2010 Commonwealth champion is the second fastest 400m hurdler in the world this year. Team GB’s athletics captain ran a 47.84 seconds personal best at Paris in July and that was just short of Kriss Akabusi’s British record of 47.82sec – but Kevin Young’s Olympic record set in Barcelona 1992 stands at 46.78s. The 26-year-old’s PB in Paris and his third fastest run at Crystal Palace shows Greene is returning to form after knee surgery in December.

Christian Malcolm

From: Newport. Club: Cardiff: Discipline: 200m

The 33-year-old decided against retirement when his lottery funding was cut in 2009 and fought back to win European silver and Commonwealth bronze in 2010. This was his best season since 1998 when Malcolm won World Junior Athlete of the Year after winning sprint double gold at the World Junior Championships. But his personal best of 20.08 seconds was 11 years ago and goes into his fourth Olympics more than half a second slower than 2012’s quickest times as Malcolm looks to better two fifth placed Olympic final finishes.

Brett Morse

From: Cardiff. Club: Birchfield Harriers. Discipline: Discus

The British under-23 and Welsh record holder was sixth at the 2010 Commonwealth Games. The 23-year-old won a discretionary place in Team GB as he only hit the Olympic ‘A’ qualifying standard in 2011 and his 62.40 metre best this year is not even among the top 50 throws in the world – eight metres shorter than number one thrower Robert Harting.

Gareth Warburton

From: Caernarfon. Club: Cardiff: Discipline: 800m

The 30-year-old is included in Team GB’s 75-strong athletics squad after successfully appealing against his initial omission as late-developer Warburton prepares for his first Olympics. The British number three finished fourth at the 2010 Commonwealths and won bronze at the 2011 European Team Championships but Warburton’s 2012 – and personal – best is not among the 25 quickest times this year and is more than three seconds slower than quickest David Lekuta Rudisha of Kenya.

Rhys Williams

From: Bridgend. Club: Cardiff: Discipline: 400m hurdles

The son of Wales rugby great JJ Williams, Rhys was the hope of Welsh 400 metre hurdle running before Dai Greene’s emergence. The former European youth champion won bronze in the 2006 European before breaking the Welsh record while finishing fourth at the 2006 Commonwealths. He ran a personal best of 48.96 seconds winning European silver in 2010 and confirmed his first Olympic selection by winning the 2012 Europeans. His 2012 best of 49.33secs is not in the top 25, almost two seconds slower than quickest Javier Culson.

BOXING

Andrew Selby

From: Barry. Club: Splott ABC Discipline: Flyweight 52kg

The 23-year-old sealed his place at London 2012 after defeating England’s Khalid Yafai in a box-off and Selby is a realistic medal hope as he currently stands as number one flyweight amateur in the world. Selby was Wales’ first European amateur champion in 86 years back in 2011 when he beat former three-time champion Georgy Balakshin in Turkey before winning silver medal at the World Amateur Boxing Championships, missing out on gold against Russian Misha Aloyan by only a point.

Fred Evans

From: Cardiff. Club: St Joseph’s. Discipline: Welterweight 69kg

The 21-year-old, along with Welsh team-mate Andrew Selby, became Wales’ first European champion in 86 years when he beat Russian number one Andrey Zamkovoy to win 2011 welterweight gold in Turkey. Evans, ranked second in the 69kg amateur rankings, was the first Welsh boxer to qualify for the 2012 Olympic when he reached the quarter-finals of the World Championships.

CYCLING

Geraint Thomas

From: Cardiff. Club: Team Sky. Discipline: Team Pursuit

The defending Olympic and three-times world champion has helped lower the team pursuit world record numerous times since his heroics at the 2008 Beijing Games. The 26-year-old has also established his reputation on the road and wore the young riders’ white jersey between stages three and seven of the 2010 Tour de France following several top 10 stage finishes. Thomas wore the white jersey between stages one and seven on the 2011 Tour after more top 10 efforts before taking the combativity award for his ride over the mountains on stage 12. The 2012 Olympics is set to be his track swansong as Thomas will return to the road for good after the London Games.

Nicole Cooke

From: Vale of Glamorgan. Club: Team Faren. Discipline: Road Race

The 29-year-old is one of the world’s most formidable riders and won the first Welsh Olympic gold for 36 years when she stormed to the Olympic title in Beijing. In fact, Cooke was the first of Team GB’s 19 gold medals in 2008 as she became the only cyclist ever to win the Olympic and world title double. The 10-times British Road Race champion has won the World Cup twice but her form leading up to London 2012 has not been as good as Cooke would like so she will provide support to assist Lizzie Armitstead win gold.

GYMNASTICS

Frankie Jones

From: Torfaen. Discipline: Rhythmic

The 21-year-old’s funding was stopped by UK Sport in 2009 so her training stint at the National Sports Centre in Lilleshall ended. British gymnastics temporarily assisted but Sport Wales, the Welsh sports council, provided long-term financial assistance for the Northamptonshire-based gymnast. It paid off as the British number one won silver in the hoop and bronze in the rope at the 2010 Commonwealth Games. Jones, who finished outside the top 50 in all events at the 2011 World Championship, was the last Welsh athlete to secure Olympic selection after winning her sixth British Rhythmic title.

HOCKEY

Sarah Thomas

From: Merthyr. Club: Reading Hockey Club. Position: Midfield or forward

The 31-year-old Wales captain has been a member of Great Britain’s hockey team since making her debut in 2003 and the experienced midfield and forward player is set to play a key role for Team GB at her second Olympics.

FOOTBALL

Joe Allen

From: Carmarthen. Club: Swansea City. Position: Midfield

The 22-year-old was an important part of Swansea City’s Premier League campaign as the Welsh international midfielder helped the club retain its top-flight status in style. Allen has already played more than 125 games for Swansea and has committed himself to the Welsh club until 2015. He is one of five Welsh members of Stuart Pearce’s 18-man Team GB football squad that dismissed the Football Association of Wales’s fears that a British team would threatened their independence.

Craig Bellamy

From: Cardiff. Club: Liverpool. Position: Striker

The former Wales captain is one of Stuart Pearce’s three overage players and Team GB manager wanted Bellamy’s desire and high standards for his young squad. The 32-year-old, who has scored 19 goals in 69 Wales internationals, has amassed £45m in transfer fees over a illustrious career in moves to Coventry City, Newcastle United, Blackburn Rovers, West Ham United, Manchester City and Liverpool. Bellamy struggles to play games in quick succession as he manages his long-standing knee trouble but the experienced Liverpool striker is still regarded as one of the best players in the Premier League.

Ryan Giggs

From: Cardiff. Club: Manchester United. Position: Winger

Team GB’s skipper and most experienced player is English football’s most decorated club player having won 30 major honours including two Champions Leagues, 12 Premier League titles and four FA Cup titles in an illustrious career with Manchester United. The 38-year-old is the only player to have played and scored in every Premier League season and was elected into the PFA Team of the Century. The former Wales international has scored 12 goals in 64 internationals but the 2012 Olympics is his first major tournament at international level.

Aaron Ramsey

From: Caerphilly. Club: Arsenal. Position: Midfielder

The current Wales captain has scored five times in 21 internationals already despite being aged just 21. Ramsey is a talented midfield playmaker that has fought back from a serious double-leg break in February 2010 to play a major role in Arsenal’s Champions League push last season. Stuart Pearce even considered the young Ramsey as a possible captain of the GB team before picking veteran Giggs. Ramsey will be up against Tom Cleverly, Jack Cork and Ramsey’s countryman Allen for a place in the Team GB midfield.

Neil Taylor

From: St Asaph. Club: Swansea City. Position: Left-back

The 23-year-old progressed from non-league to Premier League footballer inside 12 months following his move to Swansea City from fellow Welsh side Wrexham. Taylor, who began his career at Manchester City, was a regular as Swansea impressed on their debut season in the Premier League and has already he won nine Wales caps on the left-hand side alongside Gareth Bale. The Swansea defender will be up against Chelsea’s Champions League winner Ryan Bertrand for Team GB’s left-back berth.

ROWING

Chris Bartley

From: Wrexham. Club: Leander Club. Discipline: Lightweight Men’s Four

The 28-year-old arrived on the international scene by winning lightweight four sculls bronze in the 2007 World Championship before achieving greater success in the lightweight four. He won World Championship gold in his new boat in 2010 but had to settle for a bronze a year later in Slovenia. Bartley prepared for the Olympics having won bronze in the Lucerne World Cup, silver in the Belgrade World Cup and gold in the Munich World Cup in 2012 as the GB boat prepares for a battle with Australia and China for London 2012 gold.

Tom James

From: Wrexham. Club: Molesey Boat Club. Discipline: Men’s Four

The Cambridge engineering graduate won his first career gold medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics and, following two years out because of a sabbatical and back injury, he achieved World Championship gold in the men’s four in 2011. The 28-year-old, who made his Olympic debut in the eight at the 2004 Athens Games, joins Alex Gregory and fellow Beijing winners Pete Reed and Andrew Triggs Hodge in the coveted four-man boat. James and his team-mates prepared for the 2012 Games with gold at the Lucerne and Belgrade World Cups before silver in the Munich World Cup, losing out to main rival Australia.

Victoria Thornley

From: St Asaph. Club: Leander Club. Discipline: Women’s Eight

The 6ft 3in former model and semi-professional show-jumper began rowing in 2007 following an appeal which looked for tall 16-to-25-year-olds to take part in rowing, handball and volleyball at London 2012 – sports where height is advantageous. Thornley became the first ‘Sporting Giant’ to earn a medal, winning gold on her GB debut in the women’s eight at the 2009 World U23 Championships. The 24-year-old helped the women’s eight to fourth place in the 2010 World Championship before their bronze in 2011. The boat prepared for London 2012 with another bronze at June’s Munich World Cup.

SAILING

Hannah Mills

From: Cardiff. Club: Weymouth and Portland National Sailing Academy. Discipline: 470

The two-class junior European champion, who had won every major domestic title at 14, was chosen by Saskia Clark to be her new partner after double Olympic champion Sarah Ayton retired in 2011. The 24-year-old helm, who was born on 29 February, joined crew Clark to win silver at the World Cup event in April 2011 in only their second regatta together. The pair, who are currently fifth in the world, also won silver at the 2011 Sail for Gold World Cup Regatta before winning Olympic Test Event silver at their home and London 2012 venue in Weymouth and Portland.

SHOOTING

Elena Allen

From: Newport. Discipline: Skeet

Allen won Belgrade World Cup gold and Belgrade European Championships silver in 2005, the year she set a a world record before it was overtaken in March 2012. The Russian-born 40-year-old, whose mum was also an Olympic shooter, won World Cups in Italy and Dorset in 2010 before her 2012 Commonwealth Championships title. But Allen was 14th at the 2008 Olympics and the current world number 18 hopes for a medal at London 2012 where American Kimberly Rhode and China’s Ning Wei are favourites.

SWIMMING

David Davies

From: Barry. Club: Cardiff. Discipline: 1,500m

The double-Olympic medallist is set for his swimming swansong at his home Olympics in the event which catapulted him to international recognition. Davies smashed the British record by swimming the then fourth fastest 1500m freestyle time in history by winning Olympic bronze at the 2004 Games. The 27-year-old then won Commonwealth gold in 2006 before switching to the new 10k open water marathon. Davies secured an open water silver at the 2008 Olympics but failed to qualify for London 2012 in the 10k. He made the GB team, however, in the 1,500m squad. Davies, who is ranked 10th in the world, hopes to become the first Welshman since Paulo Radmilovic at the 1920 Antwerp Games to win Olympic medals in three separate Games.

Georgia Davies

From: Swansea. Club: Swansea ITC. Discipline: 100m backstroke

The 21-year-old won Commonwealth Games bronze in 2010 but in the shorter 50m backstroke and Davies has not won a major medal in the 100m backstroke since her bronze at the 2006 European Junior Championships. The London-born swimmer’s 100m backstroke personal best was back in 2009 and the world number 17 is British number three behind Elizabeth Simmonds and 2009 world champion and world record-holder Gemma Spofforth.

Ieuan Lloyd

From: Penarth. Club: Cardiff. Discipline: 200m freestyle and 4x200m freestyle

The double 2011 European Junior champion made his senior international debut at the 2010 Commonwealth Games when, aged just 17, he came within 0.23 seconds of a spot in the final. The 19-year-old won a trio of medals at the 2012 British Championships in the 200m individual medley bronze, 200m freestyle silver and 400m freestyle bronze. The promising world number 28 goes into his first Olympic Games a month after lowering his 200m freestyle personal best to one minute 47:55 seconds as he won gold at the National Championships.

Jemma Lowe

From: Cardiff. Club: Swansea ITC. Discipline: 200m butterfly

The British record holder wants to improve on her ninth place finish at Beijing in her second Olympic Games. Lowe has overcome her biggest swimming disappointment of missing the 2002 National Championships as a 12-year-old because of a broken toe, sustained by catching it in the hole at the bottom of a plant pot. The 22-year-old is now world number five after winning silver at the 2010 World Short Course Championships and silver at the 2011 European Short Course Championships but was seventh at the 2011 World Championships.

Marco Loughran

From: Newport. Club: Guildford City. Discipline: 200m backstroke

The London-born, Australia-raised, University of Florida student qualifies for Wales through his father Paul and will make his Olympic debut following his World Championship bow at Rome in 2009. Loughran reached Commonwealth finals in the 50m, 100m and 200m backstroke in 2010, finishing fifth, fourth and sixth respectively but the world number 31 will only compete in the longer discipline at London 2012. The 23-year-old, however, was part of Team GB as an interested observer at the Beijing Olympics to gain experience as part of the British Olympic Association Ambition Programme.

TAEKWONDO

Jade Jones

From: Flint. Club: Manchester Aces. Discipline: Under 57kg

After making history by becoming Britain’s first Youth Olympic Champion at the inaugural Youth Olympic Games in 2010, Jones shocked the taekwondo world by taking a silver medal at the senior World Championships in 2011. The 19-year-old also struck 2011 US Open and 2011 British International gold and the world number 11 hopes to surprise the world again at London 2012 where world champion Yuzhuo Hou of China and world number one Tseng Li Cheng are among the favourites.

TRIATHLON

Helen Jenkins

From: Bridgend.

The 28-year-old was victorious on the London triathlon course last year as she won her second World Championship title in 2011. Jenkins disappointed at the 2008 Olympics because she finished 21st in Beijing but she made up for that poor performance as she won the first of her world titles in 2008. Jenkins, who married coach Marc Jenkins at Disney World in 2002, also won the 2011 Pan American Cup and the world number three is among the favourites for gold at London 2012.

WEIGHTLIFTING

Gareth Evans

From: Holyhead. Club: Holyhead Weightlifting Club. Discipline: 69kg

The former painter and decorator started lifting after winning the Britain’s Strongest Schoolboy title and represented Wales at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi. And the 26-year-old, who has been guided by Welsh national coach Ray Williams, prepares for his Olympic debut in London ranked 61 in the world.

Natasha Perdue

From: Swansea. Club: LWC. Discipline: 69kg

The bin lorry driver was inspired to be a weightlifter by her late father Terry who competed at the 1968 and 1972 Olympic Games as well as three Commonwealth Games. Purdue’s brother, also called Terry, went to three Commonwealth Games and the Welsh lifter has already competed at two Commonwealths. Now the British champion and world number 22 is preparing for her Olympic debut at the age of 37

 

Also, Here is BBC Wales’ at-a-glance guide of when, where and on which channel Wales’ record 30-strong Olympic contingent will be competing at London 2012 – and a summary of Olympic football matches in Cardiff.

SATURDAY, 28 JULY

HEATS

CHRIS BARTLEY

Rowing: Lightweight four, Eton Dorney 11:00 BST (BBC One)

MILLENNIUM STADIUM

Women’s Football: New Zealand v Brazil, Group E 14:30 BST (BBC Red Button), Great Britain v Cameroon, Group E 17:15 BST (BBC Three)

SUNDAY, 29 JULY

FINALS

NICOLE COOKE

Cycling: Road Race, The Mall 12:00 BST (BBC One)

ELENA ALLEN

Shooting: Women’s skeet, Royal Artillery Barracks 14:00 BST (BBC Red Button)

SEMI-FINALS

IEUAN LLOYD

Swimming: 200m backstroke, Aquatics Centre 19:37 BST (BBC One)

GEORGIA DAVIES

Swimming: 100m backstroke, Aquatics Centre 20:44 BST (BBC One)

REPECHAGE

CHRIS BARTLEY

Rowing: Lightweight four, Eton Dorney 09:40 BST (BBC One)

HEATS

ELENA ALLEN

Shooting: Women’s skeet, Royal Artillery Barracks 09:00 BST (BBC Red Button)

GEORGIA DAVIES

Swimming: 100m backstroke, Aquatics Centre 10:00 BST (BBC One)

IEUAN LLOYD

Swimming: 200m backstroke, Aquatics Centre 10:20 BST (BBC One)

VICTORIA THORNLEY

Rowing: Women’s eight, Eton Dorney 11:50 BST

FRED EVANS

Boxing: Welterweight 69kg, Excel 15:00 BST & 22:00 BST (BBC Red Button)

SARAH THOMAS

Hockey: Great Britain v Japan, Riverbank Arena, Group A, 19:00 BST (BBC Red Button)

JOE ALLEN, CRAIG BELLAMY, RYAN GIGGS, AARON RAMSEY & NEIL TAYLOR

Men’s football: Great Britain v UAE, Wembley Stadium, Group A, 19:45 BST (BBC Three)

MONDAY, 30 JULY

FINALS

IEUAN LLOYD

Swimming: 200m freestyle, Aquatics Centre 19:41 BST (BBC One)

GEORGIA DAVIES

Swimming: 100m backstroke, Aquatics Centre 19:49 BST (BBC One)

HEATS

TOM JAMES

Rowing: Men’s four, Eton Dorney 10:40 BST (BBC One)

ANDREW SELBY

Boxing: Flyweight 52kg, Excel 13:30 BST & 20:30 BST (BBC Red Button)

TUESDAY, 31 JULY

FINAL

GARETH EVANS

Weightlifting: Men’s 69kg, Excel 10:00 BST & 19:00 BST (BBC Red Button)

IEUAN LLOYD

Swimming: 4x200m freestyle relay, Aquatics Centre 20:47 BST (BBC One)

SEMI-FINALS

CHRIS BARTLEY

Rowing: Lightweight four, Eton Dorney 12:40 BST (BBC Three)

JEMMA LOWE

Swimming: 200m butterfly, Aquatics Centre 19:55 BST (BBC One)

REPECHAGE

TOM JAMES

Rowing: Men’s four, Eton Dorney 10:00 BST (BBC One)

VICTORIA THORNLEY

Rowing: Women’s eight, Eton Dorney 10:50 BST (BBC Three)

HEATS

JEMMA LOWE

Swimming: 200m butterfly, Aquatics Centre 10:25 BST (BBC Three)

IEUAN LLOYD

Swimming: 4x200m freestyle relay, Aquatics Centre 11:17 BST (BBC Three)

MILLENNIUM STADIUM

Women’s football: Japan v South Africa, Group F 14:30 BST (BBC Red Button)

SARAH THOMAS

Hockey: Great Britain v Korea, Riverbank Arena, Group A 16:00 BST (BBC Three)

WEDNESDAY, 1 AUGUST

FINAL

NATASHA PERDUE

Weightlifting: Women’s 69kg, Excel 12:30 BST & 15:30 (BBC Red Button)

JEMMA LOWE

Swimming: 200m butterfly, Aquatics Centre 20:09 BST (BBC One)

SEMI-FINAL

MARCO LOUGHRAN

Swimming: 200m backstroke, Aquatics Centre 19:47 BST (BBC One)

HEATS

MARCO LOUGHRAN

Swimming: 200m backstroke, Aquatics Centre 10:20 BST (BBC Three)

MILLENNIUM STADIUM

Men’s Football: Mexico v Switzerland, Group B 17:00 BST (BBC Red Button), Great Britain v Uruguay, Group A 19:45 BST (BBC Three)

JOE ALLEN, CRAIG BELLAMY, RYAN GIGGS, AARON RAMSEY & NEIL TAYLOR

Men’s Football: Great Britain v Uruguay, Group A 19:45 BST (BBC Three)

THURSDAY, 2 AUGUST

FINALS

CHRIS BARTLEY

Rowing: Lightweight four, Eton Dorney 10:00 BST (BBC One)

VICTORIA THORNLEY

Rowing: Women’s eight, Eton Dorney 12:30 BST (BBC One)

MARCO LOUGHRAN

Swimming: 200m backstroke, Aquatics Centre 19:46 BST (BBC One)

SEMI-FINAL

TOM JAMES

Rowing: Men’s four, Eton Dorney 10:10 BST (BBC One)

HEATS

GERAINT THOMAS

Cycling: Team Pursuit, Velodrome 16:42 BST (BBC One)

SARAH THOMAS

Hockey: Great Britain v Belgium, Riverbank Arena, Group A 19:00 BST (BBC Three)

FRIDAY, 3 AUGUST

FINAL

GERAINT THOMAS

Cycling: Team Pursuit, Velodrome 17:59 BST (BBC One)

SEMI-FINAL

GERAINT THOMAS

Cycling: Team Pursuit, Velodrome 16:18 BST (BBC One)

QUARTER-FINAL

MILLENNIUM STADIUM

Women’s football: Runner-up Group E v Runner-up Group F 17:00 BST (BBC Three)

LAST 16

ANDREW SELBY

Boxing: Flyweight 52kg, Excel 13:30 BST & 20:30 BST (BBC Red Button)

FRED EVANS

Boxing: Welterweight 69kg, Excel 14:30 BST & 21:30 BST (BBC Red Button)

HEATS

DAVID DAVIES

Swimming: 1500m freestyle, Aquatics Centre 10:23 BST (BBC Three)

DAI GREENE

Athletics: 400m hurdles, Olympic Stadium 11:15 BST (BBC Three)

RHYS WILLIAMS

Athletics: 400m hurdles, Olympic Stadium 11:15 BST (BBC Three)

HANNAH MILLS

Sailing: Women’s 470, Weymouth 12:00 BST (BBC Three)

SATURDAY, 4 AUGUST

FINALS

HELEN JENKINS

Triathlon: Women’s race, Hyde Park 09:00 BST (BBC One)

TOM JAMES

Rowing: Men’s four, Eton Dorney 10:30 BST (BBC One)

DAVID DAVIES:

Swimming: 1,500m freestyle, Aquatics Centre 19:36 BST (BBC Three)

SEMI-FINALS

DAI GREENE

Athletics: 400m hurdles, Olympic Stadium 19:00 BST (BBC One)

RHYS WILLIAMS

Athletics: 400m hurdles, Olympic Stadium 19:00 BST (BBC One)

QUARTER-FINAL

MILLENNIUM STADIUM

Men’s football: Winner Group A v Runner-up Group C 19:30 BST (BBC Three)

HEATS:

HANNAH MILLS

Sailing: Women’s 470, Weymouth 12:00 BST (BBC Red Button)

SARAH THOMAS

Hockey: Great Britain v China, Riverbank Arena 16:00 BST (BBC Three)

SUNDAY, 5 AUGUST

HEATS

HANNAH MILLS

Sailing: Women’s 470, Weymouth 12:00 BST (BBC Red Button)

MONDAY, 6 AUGUST

FINAL

DAI GREENE

Athletics: 400m hurdles, Olympic Stadium 20:45 BST (BBC One)

RHYS WILLIAMS

Athletics: 400m hurdles, Olympic Stadium 20:45 BST (BBC One)

HEATS

BRETT MORSE

Athletics: Discus, Olympic Stadium 10:00 BST (BBC One)

GARETH WARBURTON

Athletics: 800m, Olympic Stadium 10:50 BST (BBC One)

SARAH THOMAS:

Hockey: Great Britain v Netherlands, Riverbank Arena, Group A 19:00 BST (BBC Three)

TUESDAY, 7 AUGUST

FINAL

BRETT MORSE

Athletics: Discus, Olympic Stadium 19:45 BST (BBC One)

SEMI-FINAL

GARETH WARBURTON

Athletics: 800m, Olympic Stadium 19:55 BST (BBC One)

JOE ALLEN, CRAIG BELLAMY, RYAN GIGGS, AARON RAMSEY & NEIL TAYLOR

Men’s football: Wembley Stadium 1700 BST & Old Trafford 1945 BST

QUARTER-FINALS

ANDREW SELBY

Boxing: Flyweight 52kg, Excel 20:30 BST (BBC Red Button)

FRED EVANS

Boxing: Welterweight 69kg, Excel 21:30 BST (BBC Red Button)

HEATS

CHRISTIAN MALCOLM

Athletics: 200m, Olympic Stadium 11:50 BST (BBC Three)

HANNAH MILLS

Sailing: Women’s 470, Weymouth 12:00 BST (BBC Red Button)

WEDNESDAY, 8 AUGUST

SEMI-FINAL

CHRISTIAN MALCOLM

Athletics: 200m, Olympic Stadium 20:10 BST (BBC One)

HEATS:

HANNAH MILLS

Sailing: Women’s 470, Weymouth 12:00 BST (BBC Red Button)

THURSDAY, 9 AUGUST

FINALS

GARETH WARBURTON

Athletics: 800m, Olympic Stadium 20:00 BST (BBC One)

CHRISTIAN MALCOLM

Athletics: 200m, Olympic Stadium 20:55 BST (BBC One)

JADE JONES

Taekwondo: Under 57kg, Excel 22:15 BST (BBC Two)

SEMI-FINAL

JADE JONES

Taekwondo: Under 57kg, Excel 17:00 BST (BBC Red Button)

QUARTER-FINAL

JADE JONES

Taekwondo: Under 57kg, Excel 17:00 BST (BBC Red Button)

HEATS

JADE JONES

Taekwondo: Under 57kg, Excel 09:00 BST (BBC Red Button)

DAI GREENE

Athletics: 4x400m relay, Olympic Stadium 11:35 BST (BBC Three)

RHYS WILLIAMS

Athletics: 4x400m relay, Olympic Stadium 11:35 BST (BBC Three)

FRANKIE JONES

Rhythmic Gymnastics: Individual, Wembley Arena 12:00 BST (BBC Red Button)

FRANKIE JONES

Rhythmic Gymnastics: Group, Wembley Arena 14:50 BST (BBC Red Button)

FRIDAY, 10 AUGUST

FINALS

HANNAH MILLS

Sailing: Women’s 470, Weymouth 13:00 BST (BBC Three)

DAI GREENE

Athletics: 4x400m relay, Olympic Stadium 21:20 BST (BBC Three)

RHYS WILLIAMS

Athletics: 4x400m relay, Olympic Stadium 21:20 BST (BBC Three)

SEMI-FINALS

ANDREW SELBY

Boxing: Flyweight 52kg, Excel 20:30 BST (BBC One)

FRED EVANS

Boxing: Welterweight 69kg, Excel 21:30 BST (BBC One)

MILLENNIUM STADIUM

Men’s Football: Bronze medal match 19:45 BST (BBC Three)

HEATS

FRANKIE JONES

Rhythmic Gymnastics: Individual, Wembley Arena 12:00 BST (BBC Red Button)

FRANKIE JONES

Rhythmic Gymnastics: Group, Wembley Arena 14:50 BST (BBC Red Button)

SATURDAY, 11 AUGUST

FINAL

FRANKIE JONES

Rhythmic Gymnastics: Individual, Wembley Arena 13:30 BST (BBC Red Button)

JOE ALLEN, CRAIG BELLAMY, RYAN GIGGS, AARON RAMSEY & NEIL TAYLOR

Men’s football: Wembley Stadium 15:00 BST (BBC One)

SUNDAY, 12 AUGUST

FINALS

FRANKIE JONES

Rhythmic Gymnastics: Group, Wembley Arena 13:30 BST (BBC Red Button)

ANDREW SELBY

Boxing: Flyweight 52kg, Excel 13:30 BST (BBC One)

FRED EVANS

Boxing: Welterweight 69kg, Excel 14:15 BST (BBC One)

 

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