1907: Next 400m hurdles semi. Look out for USA's Angelo Taylor, Puerto Rico's Javier Culson and even GB's young star Jack Green.
1950: Over to the pool and it's the men's 1500m freestyle. Look out for Canadian Ryan Cochrane, American Connor Jaeger and there's a certain Chinese swimmer you may have heard of called Yang Sun in action.
2002: Sunderland striker Ji Dong-won has given South Korea the lead in the Olympic football quarterfinal against Great Britain. 1-0.
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2000: At 915pm London time we get to witness the mouth-watering men's 10,000m. There are some fantastic stats for it too, so let me lay the knowledge on you. Out of the men’s all-time top 25 times in the 10km, 22 have been set by Africans. Out of the other three, one is American, one is Qatari and the other is Team GB's Mo Farah. So according to my maths, that makes 88% African -- what odds on the result tonight reflecting that? Not forgetting the women, in the top 25 only twelve are African, with ten of them hailing from Kenya. Oh, and perhaps I should mention that the past six men’s Olympic 10km have all been won by Africans. So there’s that.. Will the African dominance continue tonight?
2011: Next up in the swimming is the women's 4x100m relay
2013: It's the women's 400m semis. American Sanya Richards-Ross cruises home in first and that's a good effort from GB's Christine Ohuruogu - Beijing's gold medal winner. She's all smiles and so she should after a season's best time of 50.22.
2015: Penalty drama in football quarterfinal between GB and South Korea. An Aaron Ramsey spotkick makes the score 1-1, but a second penalty by the Welshman is saved.
1200: Midday on day nine in London. In about nine hours, 50 minutes and, ooh, say, 9.5 seconds, we'll know the name of the Fastest Man on Earth.
1203: Of course, fans of history makers will be satisfied way ahead of the Men's 100m final. It's less than 90 minutes until the start of the first ever Olympic Women's Boxing competition. Trivia fans - Russia's Elena Savelyeva and North Korea's Hye Song Kim are up first in the fly at 1.30pm London time.
1207: Approaching halfway in the Women's Marathon and it really is anyone's race. Italy's Valeria Straneo leads at the moment, but she is heading a large pack of runners.
1210: Latest weather news - listen up Tennis fans. They've closed the Centre Court roof at Wimbledon so the Women's Doubles, featuring Team USA's Venus and Serena Williams going for gold against Lucie Hradecka and Andrea Hlavackova of the Czech Republic will go ahaed soon.
But out on Court One, Novak Djokovic of Serbia and Juan Martin del Potro of Argentina will have to wait for things to dry out a bit before their Bronze Medal match..
1220: Looking ominous already for the Czech pair in the Women's Doubles Final at Wimbledon. A break for Williams and Williams - the USA pair lead 2-0 in the first set.
1230: We have a break in the Women's Marathon and, perhaps unsurprisingly, it's the three Kenyans and the three Ethiopians who have gone ahead. The finish line is about 50 minutes away.
1235: Less than 30 minutes until the start of the Sailing medal races at Weymouth. Lots of hopes for the hosts, with Iain Percy and Andrew Simpson going for Britain in the Star race. Percy once posed nude in Cosmopolitan, if you're interested.
1243: The weather has relented at Wimbledon and we are under way in the Men's Singles Bronze medal match. Two games in, with serve, it's 1-1 between Novak Djokovic of Serbia and Juan Martin del Potro of Argentina.
1245: And another gold medal event is getting under way - it's the final of the Men's 50m Pistol in the Shooting.
1252: I just cannot keep up with all this history being made. In honour of the Women's Marathon, St Paul's Cathedral has assembled an all-female bell-ringing team for the first time since the Cathedral's bells were installed 134 years ago. Appropriately enough, the marathon itself looks like being a ding-dong battle.
1258: Speaking of history, Oscar Pistorius will run in the Men's 400m Semifinals tonight after yesterday becoming the first double amputee to compete at the Games.
South Africa’s Sunday Times compared the 'Blade Runner' to compatriot Natalie du Toit, a single amputee who swam against able-bodied athletes at Beijing, adding. "These two great South Africans have done more than just compete at the highest level with great success. They have also redefined what it means to be 'disabled'."
1439: "They've made a big mistake. They've made me angry and you don't want to make me angry.", is what Ben Ainslie said, channelling his inner Incredible Hulk after his rivals forced him to do a penalty turn in race two. The Incredible Hull, anyone?
1449: And who wants to see a picture of a tourist seemingly wanting to take on the dark sky, the Houses of Parliament and the Olympic Rings on the Thames? Just wait a second...
1455: Standing ovation on Centre Court as Andy Murray takes the first set against Roger Federer 6-2. It's the best of five, though, so a long way to go.
1836: Nervy times for the passionate home crowd at Wimbledon - Belarus have levelled it at 1-1 in sets against GB and the Belarussians have got off to a cracking start in the Championship tiebreak too, racing into a 3-0 lead.
1838: What a comeback from GB's Andy Murray and Laura Robson - it's 3-3! First to 10 points, remember...
1843: It's a mini-classic at Wimbledon. Deep into the Championship tiebreak and it's Belarus 8-6 Great Britain. First to 10 points. Edge of seat stuff...
1912: Jamaicans Usain Bolt and Yohan Blake, training partners and rivals, are going through their warm-up paces together down on the track at the Olympic Stadium. Remember, the 100m Semifinals are coming up at about 7.45pm London Time. You can almost feel the anticipation.