WHAT a golden day we potentially have ahead in Tokyo.
We've a host of big names coming your way from Japan through the night, with Jazmin Sawyers and Abigail Irozuru going for gold in the long jump at 3am.
Josh Kerr goes in the 1500m, while Adam Gemili gets his Games underway in the 200m heats.
After the track events, there's gold medals on offer in the water as Team GB look to go fastest in various sailing and canoe disciplines.
And if that wasn't enough, the evening action from Tokyo will see Laura Kenny and Jason Kenny back on the medal hunt.
Simone Biles also returns to action in the balance beam final, before Pat McCormack goes for glory in the men's welterweight boxing final and Laura Muir runs in the 1500m final.
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With a host of Team GB medals in the balance, it's set to be a long one tonight - hope you've brought the caffeine and the willpower.
You'll be rewarded for your efforts with some world-class sport.
Who can say no to that? Action is not very far away now on Day 11.
There's lots of GOLD medals up for grabs tomorrow:
Tuesday August 3 - Men's semi-finals
Olympic gold medalist from the 2008 Beijing Games, Henry Cejudo, has told gymnast Simone Biles to "check herself" after she withdrew from all but one event in Tokyo due to mental health.
The gold medalist freestyle wrestler said in a video posted to Twitter: "If you start to think that you're the GOAT or the greatest of all time - then you're gonna have to live it man.
"I think there's time for a little bit of tough love.
"If she was my sister this is exactly what I would do. I would never say something that I wouldn't say to my family, or even to me, because I believe that sometimes we need a little kick in the arse. We really do, man.
"What we need is for someone to tell us and check us that it's every four years, in this situation five years, in order for you to go down as one of the greatest athletes of all time."
GOING FOR GOLD
China have the most GOLD medals at the Tokyo Olympics!
Team GB only have 11 so far, but plenty of more medals to chase after in the coming days.
Denmark's Viktor Axelsen won the gold medal in men's badminton earlier today.
Here's how he did it:
WOMEN'S POLE VAULT
Team USA's Sandi Morris, who won silver in Rio 2016, will not be in the Tokyo 2020 final.
It looked like Morris pulled something in her left thigh on her second attempt at 4.55 during qualifying.
The American was left in tears, and although she attempted a third try, was not able to clear that height, leaving her on 4.40.
Therefore, Morris will be missing the final
Puerto Rico's Jasmine Camacho-Quinn revealed that she trained on her own in preparation for the Tokyo Olympics before winning gold in the women's 100m hurdles
Camacho-Quinn said: "It really means a lot.
"This year I trained really hard. I don't have a training partner, I train by myself, so I gave it all I had and this is what I wanted for this year.
"I wanted to be a gold medallist and I got it. When I opened up [my season] and I saw where I was, I said to myself I might have a really fast year and I worked for it.
"I could not do it by myself - I needed the support from parents, family, coaches and my fans"
MEDAL TABLE UPDATE
Team GB are ranked sixth in the Tokyo Olympics' medal table with a total of 35 honours.
Greece's Miltos Tentoglou won the gold medal in the men's long jump final.
Puerto Rico's Jasmine Camacho-Quinn clinched first place in the women's 100m hurdles.
Valarie Allman won the USA's first track and field gold medal of the Tokyo Olympics in the women's discus.
The Netherlands' Sifan Hassan prevailed in the women's 5,000m for the first part of a potential treble gold in Tokyo.
And Soufiane El Bakkali won Morocco's first gold medal since Athens 2004 in the men's 3,000m steeplechase
A joint-gold medal was awarded to both Gianmarco Tamberi of Italy and Mutaz Barshim of Qatar after the pair agreed to share it following a tie.
Both high jumpers missed three times to jump over 2.39 meters.
That was when they both decided to share the top honour.
Tamberi said: “Sharing with a friend is even more beautiful. It was just magical”
Team GB's Tom McEwen takes home the silver from the equestrian event.
That is his second medal in Tokyo