Rio 2016 Olympics - New Zealand is racking up the silver medals at the Rio Olympics, but with rower Mahe Drysdale racing tomorrow morning, there is a good chance of a second gold.
Drysdale and fellow single sculler Emma Twigg compete in their finals from about 1.30am, headlining a quieter day eight in Brazil.
The men and women's eight have their own finals on the water from 2am but are more of an outside shot to make it to the podium.
Cyclist Sam Webster has made the top 12 of the men's sprint but will face a tough road to a medal as his qualifying time was ninth fastest.
He is up at 1.30am against Denis Dmitriev, and potentially later again in the morning.
After disappointment in the team sprint, Natasha Hansen takes part in the individual event from 1am.
Meanwhile, the women's pursuit team will try to make the final when they face the Polish team about 2.20am.
Elsewhere, Peter Burling and Blair Tuke are back on the water from about 4am.
A couple of stunning races this morning leaves them sitting in first overall in the 49er class.
Golfer Danny Lee is in contention after shooting an excellent second round score of 65 and tees off some time after 10.30pm tonight.
The women's hockey team plays its final group stage game against China at 11.30am, while on the track, Zane Robertson has his 10,000m final at 12.25pm.
Trampolinist Dylan Schmidt has his qualification round from 5am.