The Tokyo Olympics are now in full swing and there are another 22 gold medal events to come on an action-packed Tuesday at the Games.
Plenty of focus will be on the Tokyo Aquatics Centre once again, where four medals are on the line, while the women's triathlon will also take centre stage.
Simone Biles, Naomi Osaka and Katie Ledecky are just some of the superstar names that will be in action on the fourth full day of the 2020 Games.
Stats Perform picks out of some of the standout action to look out for.
CAN BILES PUT BLUNDERS BEHIND HER?
Biles struggled to find top gear in her Games entrance on Sunday, albeit making it through to each of her finals, and there is no room for any slip-ups in the women's team final.
The Russian Olympic Committee finished above the United States at a major event for the first time since 2010 in qualifying, setting up an intriguing battle in the final.
The pressure is on Suni Lee, Jordan Chiles, Grace McCallum and indeed Biles, the latter of whom is aiming to add to the four golds won in Rio five years ago.
USA-JAPAN MEET IN SOFTBALL FINAL
Team USA's women's softball team recovered from behind to beat Japan 2-1 in their final round-robin game and finish top of the standings.
Japan finished second and the two sides are therefore set to face off in a huge gold medal match at Yokohama Baseball Stadium.
Mexico and Canada meet in the bronze medal contest earlier on Tuesday in a tasty warm-up match for the main event.
LEDECKY AND TITMUS RESUME RIVALRY
After winning four golds in Rio five years ago, Ledecky had the chance to add four more to her collection in Tokyo.
She fell short in the first of those events, however, with Australia's Ariarne Titmus taking gold in Monday's gripping 400m freestyle final.
While a medal is not on the line on Tuesday, Ledecky will be eager to lay down a faster time than her rival in the 200m freestyle heats ahead of Wednesday's showpiece.
OSAKA GOES AGAIN
Face of the Games Okaka followed up lighting the Olympic cauldron on Friday with victories over Zheng Saisai and Viktorija Golubic in her first two matches in the tournament.
The four-time grand slam winner has a quick turnaround in matches as world number 41 Marketa Vondrousova awaits in the third round on Tuesday.
Fellow home favourite Kei Nishikori is also in action in the men's event, with Marcos Giron standing between him and the last 16.
WOMEN'S TRIATHLON TOUGH TO CALL
There was drama before the men's triathlon had even officially got underway on Monday, with an inflatable boat carrying photographers causing a false start.
Norway's Kristian Blummenfelt won the competition and now it is over to the women, with 54 athletes in contention to claim gold.
The field is wide open this time around, though the likes of Katie Zaferes and Georgia Taylor-Brown, of Team USA and Great Britain respectively, will have their eyes on the top prize.