0915: No sitting on one's proverbial laurels for Ryan Lochte, who's back in action at the beautiful Aquatics Centre in the morning heats for the 200m freestyle events. Lochte has the constant air of a man who's just sat down on a sofa, so laid back is his "dude-like" demeanor. He even has his own catchphrase ("jeah") and has his own range of sunglasses. Considering the form he's in right now, he could wear a pair and still claim more golds.
0944: The Olympic Park and various venues across London are already a hive of activity with archery, badminton, beach volleyball, judo, rowing, volleyball, field hockey, basketball, handball and gymnastics all under way. Plenty more still to come when the clock ticks past 10am...
1026: Phillips, an eventing European champion, controls her young horse with immaculate precision, her routine earning a huge burst of applause from a crowd which has her grandfather, the Duke of Edinburgh, as well as her mother the Princess Royal (a former Olympic equestrian rider) and scores 46.10 with the judges, which puts her eighth with 34 riders still to go. Still early days in the eventing.
1031: Back at the Aquatic Centre and yet another Olympic record tumbles as Australia's Emily Seebohm clocks 58.23secs in the 100m backstroke heats. American teenager Missy Franklin, who's in contention for six gold medals in London, is also in impressive form, winning her heat in 59.37secs. Definitely something in the water...
1035: What a race we have in store - Saturday night gold medallists Ryan Lochte and Sun Yang are in lanes for and five as the unmistakable "barg" sound signals the start of the 200m freestyle heats.
1041: Sun and Lochte are tied stroke for stroke going in the final 20m but the mean-looking Chinese swimmer stretches out to touch first in a time of 1:46.24 with 27-year-old Lochte 0.21secs adrift. Still, job done for both swimmers. The final is set for 1937 London time.
1053: Let's swing over to the rather serene surroundings of north-west London and Lord's, the home of world cricket but the temporary residence of the world's best female archers. The South Koreans reign supreme in the team event, where they have won every single gold medal since the event was introduced at, yep, you’ve guessed it, the Seoul Games in 1988.
1058: South Korea were given a bye straight into the quarter-finals where they face Denmark, who beat genuine medal contenders India in their last-16 encounter. The Indians beat South Korea in the world championships semi-finals last year. We expect the gold medal match about 1800.
1119: It's a huge day for the USA's female gymnasts, who are both in action for the first time on day two." The USA has not won a gymnastics gold since the "Magnificent Seven" in Atlanta 1996. The 2012 generation have their own moniker - albeit dictated by rule changes - but the "Fab Five" will have the added burden of expectation. Their delicate poise and grace is currently lighting up the North Greenwich Arena on the south side of the River Thames.
1138: A big deal for the hosts as Olympic 400m freestyle champion Rebecca Adlington defends her crown on her home turf. The 23-year-old is looking in imperious form 100m into her heat. The roar around the impressive Aquatics Centre is reaching dangerous levels on the decibel counter.
1144: Wallop! Rebecca Adlington eases up to win her 400m freestyle heat in 4:05.75. Her main competition will come from France's Camille Muffat and world champion world champion Federica Pelligrini of Italy.
1210: The affluent suburb of Fulham is the backdrop as the women's cycling road race passes through the crowds towards the leafy, verdant climes of Surrey, to the south of London towards the Box Hill circuit in their 140km race.
1211: The women make three circuits of the undulating course before heading back to London for the sprint finish on The Mall about 1600. Britain's hopes of breaking the medals duck lie with defending champion Nicole Cooke and Lizzie Armitstead. However, the rain is pelting down on the course.