Last Updated: July 25, 2012 6:38pm
We select our biggest daily highlights from the athletics program at the London 2012 Olympics.
Here's when the big medals in track and field will be won...
FRIDAY, AUGUST 3 - HEPTATHLON
Jessica Ennis, the face of the Games, will start her bid for Olympic gold on the first day of the heptathlon which features the 100 metres hurdles, high jump, shot put and 200m.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 4 - HEPTATHLON, MEN'S 10,000M
A potentially glorious day for Great Britain as Ennis will finish the heptathlon with the long jump, javelin and 800m, while Mo Farah will take on the best Africa has to offer in pursuit of the first half of what could be a brilliant double gold.
SUNDAY, AUGUST 5 - MEN'S 100M, WOMEN'S 400M, WOMEN'S MARATHON
The big one as Usain Bolt will look to further enhance his iconic status with another Olympic sprint crown and, perhaps, another world record. Elsewhere, defending champion Christine Ohuruogu will hope to be in the medal shake-up in the 400m and 38-year-old Paula Radcliffe will go for an elusive Olympic medal in the marathon.
MONDAY, AUGUST 6 - MEN'S 400M HURDLES
Dai Greene will bid to add the Olympic title to his world, Commonwealth and European crowns and become the first British man to win the event since David Hemery 44 years ago.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 7 - MEN'S HIGH JUMP, WOMEN'S 100M HURDLES
Britain's United States-born hurdler Tiffany Porter will take on red-hot favourite Sally Pearson of Australia, while the unfunded Robbie Grabarz will aim to cap a remarkable rise to prominence this year with an Olympic high jump medal.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8 - MEN'S 110M HURDLES, WOMEN'S LONG JUMP
The high hurdles is shaping up to be one of the most exciting races of the Games and the British trio of Andy Turner, Andy Pozzi and Lawrence Clarke will be hoping for final places, while Anguilla-born Shara Proctor will be targeting a long jump medal.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 9 - MEN'S 200M, MEN'S TRIPLE JUMP
Bolt will go for gold number two in the 200m, at which he is arguably even more dominant than the 100m, while Phillips Idowu will look to see off a host of young pretenders and crown his career by hopping, stepping and jumping to a first Olympic title.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 10 - WOMEN'S 1500M
World silver medallist Hannah England will aim to follow in the footsteps of her mentor Kelly Holmes by becoming Olympic champion.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 11 - MEN'S 5,000M, MEN'S 4X100M, WOMEN'S 4X400M
Farah, providing he has sufficiently recovered from the 10,000m, will look to turn his World Championship gold into Olympic glory over the shorter distance, while Bolt should make it triple gold with Jamaica in the sprint relay and Britain's women will be medal contenders in the 400m relay.
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