- Team GB have more medals than at this point in London four years ago
- Jessica Ennis-Hill will be looking to retain her gold medal from London
- Katarina Johnson-Thompson will be hoping to take the gold from her
- Andy Murray continues his quest for another gold in the Olympic tennis
- Heather Stanning and Helen Glover won Team GB’s first gold of the day
- Men’s four win gold as Great Britain continue to dominate the sport
Amitai Winehouse For Mailonline
There may have been history for Great Britain on Thursday, with Katherine Grainger becoming the country’s most decorated female Olympian with a silver medal alongside Victoria Thornley, but Friday promises more success for Team GB.
The highlight of the afternoon’s action will see Jessica Ennis-Hill and Katarina Johnson-Thompson get the women’s heptathlon underway. The British duo are two of the more highly fancied athletes in the event, with Ennis-Hill keen to retain her gold from London.
Elsewhere, Andy Murray continues his quest for another gold medal in the tennis quarter-final. He faces Steve Johnson. Join AMITAI WINEHOUSE for all the action from Rio.
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