Digital Spy guides you through the must-watch moments of the weekend below:
Run Jess! Run!
At 8.35pm on BBC One tonight, you'll be able to hear the screams from London's Olympic Park way beyond Stratford. Jessica Ennis will hopefully be gunning for the gold medal in the 800m, the final event in the Heptathlon. If she can secure the win, she'll be the star of the Games. No pressure then.
Nice guys finish... first?
If Jessica can't grab a gold, it may be up to Mo Farah to light up the track and field for Team GB in the 10,000m final. One of the most loved members of the British team, magic Mo will have to do something very special to overcome Ethiopian Kenenisa Bekele, but with the home crowd buzzing, anything is possible. Make sure you don't miss a second from 9.15pm on BBC One.
Best of the Rest on Saturday
All eyes will be on Usain Bolt on Sunday night, but there is also the small matter of the women's 100m final on Saturday. Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, Allyson Felix and Kelly-Ann Baptiste are the ones to watch from 9.55pm on BBC One. Make sure you're on time - 10 seconds late and you'll miss it.
For those who remember the days when the only Team GB medals were the ones that Redgrave and Pinsent won in the rowing, the Men's Four Final should bring some nostalgia. Cheer on Alex Gregory, Tom James, Pete Reed and Andrew Triggs Hodge at 10.30am on BBC One as they aim to make their mark on Olympic history.
The Men's Long Jump final is always an incredible spectacle and with Greg Rutherford looking like a potential medal hopeful for Team GB, this is definitely one to keep an eye on from 7.55pm on BBC One.
Missing the quirkiness of the early days of the Olympics? Don't worry, the handball is still going on! Team GB will be searching for a win against Tunisia at 9.30am on BBC Olympics 15. It's basically a load of blokes throwing balls really hard at each other. What's not to love?
Who is the fastest man in the world?
It's the big one. Tyson Gay, Justin Gatlin and Yohan Blake will all believe that they stand a chance of winning this. But what London and the world are waiting for is a performance from current Olympic champion and world record holder Usain Bolt that matches the power, beauty and jaw-dropping cool of Beijing four years ago.
If he's at his best, he'll be unstoppable. The tension and drama comes from the rumours and whispers about his fitness. Whatever you do, make sure you're by a TV screen at 9.50pm on BBC One.
Ainslie sailing to a fourth gold (fingers crossed!)
If you were going to bet on anyone winning a medal for Team GB before these games, the smart money would have been on Ben Ainslie. Mr Reliable in the water, he's aiming for a fourth consecutive gold medal in London. But don't let his awesomeness and lack of typical British underdog style turn you off. The incredible Ainslie deserves as many cheers as the rest and his finn medal race starts at 2pm on Sunday on BBC One.
Best of the Rest on Sunday
Louis Smith will be hoping to add to the GB team's surprise bronze medal with something in the individual pommel horse final. Watch him from 3.40pm on BBC Two.
Christine Ohuruogu isn't the favourite in the women's 400m final. But she wasn't four years ago either and she still came away with gold. Watch her try to reclaim her crown at 9.10pm on BBC One.
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