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London 2012 Olympics: Today's must-watch TV guide (August 6)

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"Gold! Always believe in your soul! You've got the power to know! You're indestructible!" We're still recovering from the dizzy highs of Saturday's Olympic gold rush for Team GB and Usain Bolt's breathtaking 100m Final. What a weekend of TV!

We've passed the halfway mark at London 2012, so make sure you make every last second count and don't miss any more golden moments with our daily Must-See TV guide.

Tweddle swinging for gold
Beth Tweddle

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Brits being good at gymnastics? We never thought we'd see the day. But at London 2012, the Brits have been scoring medals left, right and on the Pommel Horse at the North Greenwich Arena. Beth Tweddle will be hoping to emulate Louis Smith's success yesterday in the Uneven Bars Final. Check out all the breathtaking action from 2.45pm on BBC One.

Jason Kenny searching for more Velodrome success
Jason Kenny after the sprint 1/4 final against Malaysia's Azizulhasni Awang at the Velodrome

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Team GB's cyclists have once again been the backbone of our gold medal success and there could be yet more glory in the Velodrome today with Jason Kenny gunning for gold in the Men's Track Sprint Final. At the speed the Brits have been racing, we can't imagine anyone standing in the way of another gold medal. Watch him from 5.40pm on BBC One.

Dai Greene hurdling to victory
Dai Greene

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The only disappointment on Team GB's Super Saturday was Dai Greene's dodgy run the 400m Hurdles semi-final. Dai was a hot tip for a medal, but he only sneaked through as a fastest loser. He'll be hoping that was only a blip and that he can cause an upset when it really counts at 8.45pm on BBC One.

Holly Bleasdale vaulting to glory
Holly Bleasdale in the Women's Pole Vault during day eight of the London Olympic Games

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Team GB are not used to success in the pole vault, but Holly Bleasdale has risen to the top of the ranks in recent years and is a genuine medal prospect. And with the crowd in the Olympic Park cheering her on, who knows what colour it might be? The action starts at 7pm on BBC One.

Best of the Rest

Victoria Pendleton continues her gold medal hunt in the women's sprint quarter-final at 4.45pm on BBC One.

Team GB's equestrian quarter are currently in second place going into the final day. See if they can sneak up the medal table to gold from 2pm on BBC Three.

Hockey sticks mania! Team GB take on the Netherlands in Pool A tonight at 7pm on BBC Three. Make sure you brush up on your hockey knowledge, because we look like a good shout for a medal at the Riverbank Arena.

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