Gold: Tennis - Men's Singles Final - 9:00a.m. (NBC) It really takes something to top the men's 100 featuring one the best known athletes in the world, but this final has the making on an epic. Four weeks ago, Roger Federer captured his seventh Wimbledon championship over British hero Andy Murray. The hometown crowd was apoplectic with Murray's semifinal win and they will be rooting hard for him in the final. Murray has had a busy weekend, winning two matches in mixed doubles on Saturday with Laura Robson and they will play the mixed doubles final after the men's final, against Victoria Azarenka and Max Mirinyi of Belarus. Federer is trying to complete the Golden Slam, and join Andre Agassi, Steffi Graf, Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams as the only players to do so.
Silver: Track & Field - Men's 100 Meters - 4:50p.m. (NBC Prime Time). On what has proven to be a fast track in London, a great field will assemble to assault the world record and claim the title of world's fastest man. Defending champion and world record holder Usain Bolt looks to join Carl Lewis as the only two-time winner of the event. Bolt was disqualified after a false start at last year's world championships, leaving countryman Yohan Blake to capture the title. Blake defeated Bolt at the Jamaican trials in both the 100 and 200 and is considered the favorite. Three former world record holders will challenge for the podium: Asafa Powell of Jamaica and Americans Tyson Gay and Justin Gatlin, the 2004 Olympic champion.
Bronze: Boxing - Women's 60kg opening round - 9:30a.m. (CNBC) For the first time in Olympic history, women will step into the ring. Queen Underwood will be first first American in action as the faces Natasha Jonas of Great Britain.
The U.S. women's basketball team faces China at 11:45a.m. (NBC)
Track & Field - Women's 400 Meters - 4:10p.m. (NBC Prime Time). Sanya Richards-Ross has been the world's best 400 meter runner for the better part of a decade, but she has never won individual Olympic gold. She will be challenged by world champion Amantle Montsho, attempting to win the first Olympic medal for Botswana, and defending champion Christine Ohuruogu of Great Britain. Ohuruogu finishes very fast and the British athletes have had great success so far.
Beach Volleyball - The two American women's teams are in quarterfinal action. Two-time defending champions Misty May-Traenor and Kerri Walsh Jennings take on Italy @ 2:00p.m. (NBC Prime Time); 2009 world champions April Ross and Jenn Kessy face the Czech Republic @ 5:00p.m. (NBC)
The first individual diving event, the women's 3 meter springboard, is in the pool at 2:00p.m. (NBC Prime Time) The Chineses look to make it five for five with Wu Mingxi and He Zi, the Americans Christina Loukas and Cassidy Krug are medal threats as is five-time Olympian Tania Cognotto of Italy, looking for her first medal.
Gymnastics returns with three individual apparatus finals, McKayla Maroney of the U.S. is a big favorite to capture the vault title, the only women's event tonight. 9:50a.m. (NBC Prime Time)
The U.S. women's volleyball team looks to remain undefeated against Turkey at 3:00p.m. (NBC)
The U.S. women's water polo team enters the quarterfinals against Italy at 2:00p.m. (NBC)
Holly Mangold, sister of New York Jet Nick is entered in the super heavyweight class of women's weightlifting, she will probably finish outside the top five as Zhou Lulu of China enteres as the favorite for the title of world's strongest woman. 10:30a.m. (NBCSN)