The penultimate day of the Games has most of the action wrapping up. The final day on the track, finals in boxing and most women's team sports.
Gold: Volleyball - Women's Final - U.S.A. vs. Brazil - 1:30p.m. (NBC Prime Time) A rematch of the 2008 Beijing final, the U.S. women's team is undefeated this year and ranked number one in the world. Hugh McCutcheon coached the U.S. men to gold four years ago and is working the same magic with the women before heading off to coach the University of Minnesota. The American women are making a third appearance in the final (1984 as well as 2008) and attempting to capture a first ever gold medal. Destinee Hooker won three NCAA high jump championships, but she is looking for gold in volleyball rather than on the track, ironically both finals are the same day. The U.S. team is compelling due to the number of veteran Olympians, including five-time Olympian Danielle Scott-Arruda at age 39.
Silver: Track & Field - Men's 4x100 Meter Relay - 4:00p.m. (NBC Prime Time) The final chance to see the great Usain Bolt in these Games as he will anchor the Jamaican relay team. The Americans look strong and are coached by Jon Drummond, who led the American women to a gold medal and world record on Friday. However, the Jamaicans have three of the five fastest men in 100 meter history, even with former world record holder Asafa Powell out due to injury. It might take a world record to win the gold.
Bronze: Diving - Men's 10 Meter Platform - 3:30p.m. (NBC Prime Time) 2009 world champion Tom Daley and 2011 world silver medalist David Boudia of the U.S. barely survived qualifying, but those scores do not carry over. China has won six of the seven diving events so far and Qiu Bo is the favorite here and the leading qualifier. Germany's Sascha Klein has been overlooked, but he might be Qui's biggest challenger. No athlete in London has been under more pressure than Daley who made his Olympic debut in Beijing at age 14.
Also: Women's basketball final - U.S. vs. France @ 4:00p.m. (NBC)
Men's soccer final - Mexico vs. Brazil @ 10:00a.m. (NBCSN). Mexico has already captured their first soccer medal, and the soccer-mad Brazilians are looking to take Olympic gold for the first time.
Boxing - 56kg final - 3:45p.m. (CNBC) The crowd should be raucous, and split, as Britain's Luke Campbell takes on Ireland's John Joe Nevin.
Men's 5000 meter final - 2:30p.m. (NBC Prime Time) Britain's Mo Farah captured the 10000 meter gold ahead of training partner Galen Rupp of the U.S.A. Olympic silver and bronze medalist Bernard Lagat of the U.S., a former Kenyan, is looking to finally take gold at age 37.
Women's 4x400 meter relay - 3:25p.m. (NBC Prime Time) The Americans look to take the gold as Sanya Richards-Ross and two other American 400 meter finalists are joined by 200 meter champion Allyson Felix. Both Richards-Ross and Felix could capture a fourth career gold medal. Challenges should come from Russia, Jamaica and Great Britain.