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Chris Hoy will go for his second of three possible gold medals in the Keirin on day two in Beijing.

Ross Edgar is also in the Keirn, having missed out on a place in the team sprint squad.

And Bradley Wiggins, who qualified fastest for the first round of the individual pursuit, will be hot favourite to win the first of three possible golds too.

The women?s individual pursuit continues, with the possibility of Wendy Houvenaghel and Rebecca Romero setting up an all-British gold medal final. Houvenaghel?s time in qualifying was a new British record.

And Chris Newton lines up in the points race, hoping to repeat his world title win of 2002.

DAY TWO Saturday, August 16

IN BRIEF? WHAT?S ON

? Men?s individual pursuit first round and finals

? Women?s individual pursuit first round

? Men?s Keirin first round, second round and finals

? Men?s points race

MEDALS ON OFFER

3 ? Men?s points race, Men?s individual pursuit, Men?s Keirin

9.30am Men?s individual pursuit round one

Heat 1

Volodymyr Dyudya (Ukraine) v Steven Burke (Great Britain)

Heat 2

Alexei Markov (Russia) v Antonio Tauler (Spain)

Heat 3

Hayden Roulston (New Zealand) v Taylor Phinney (USA)

Heat 4

Bradley Wiggins (Great Britain) v Alexander Serov (Russia)

Competition rules

This is knock-out. You have to win the heat to get through to a medal race. Losing with a fast time means elimination.

The two fastest heat winners will go through to the gold medal match. The two other heat winners will race for bronze. Losers go out.

9.50am Men?s Keirin first round

Heat 1

Gregory Bauge (France)

Chris Hoy (Great Britain)

Carsten Bergemann (Germany)

Toshiaki Fushimi (Japan)

Kamil Kuczynski (Poland)

Denis Dmitriev (Russia)

Heat 2

Shane Kelly (Australia)

Yong Feng (China)

Mohd Azizulhasni Awang (Malaysia)

Teun Mulder (Netherlands)

Sergey Polynskiy (Russia)

Andrii Vynokurov (Ukraine)

Heat 3

Denis Spicka (Czech Republic)

Ross Edgar (Great Britain)

Christos Volikakis (Greece)

Roberto Chiappa (Italy)

Kiyofumi Nagai (Japan)

Josiah Ng (Malaysia)

Heat 4

Ryan Bayley (Australia)

Arnaud Tournant (France)

Maximilian Levy (Germany)

Athanasios Mantzouranis (Greece)

Ricardo Lynch (Jamaica)

Theo Bos (Netherlands)

Giddeon Massie (USA)

Competition rules

First two in each heat go through to round two. Everyone else goes into first round repechage races.

10.05am Women’s ind. pursuit first round

Heat 1

Alison Shanks (New Zealand) v Sarah Hammer (USA)

Lesya Kalitovska (Ukraine) v Vilija Sereikaite (Lithuania)

Rebecca Romero (Great Britain) v Katie Mactier (Australia)

Wendy Houvenaghel (Great Britain) v Lada Kozlikova (Czech Republic)

Competition rules

This is knock-out. You have to win the heat to get through to a medal race. Losing with a fast time means elimination.

The two fastest heat winners will go through to the gold medal match. The two other heat winners will race for bronze. Losers go out.

10.25am Men?s Keirin first round repechage
10.40am Men?s points race

Start list

Vasil Kiriyenka (Belarus)

Christophe Riblon (France)

Peter Schep (Netherlands)

Cameron Meyer (Australia)

Greg Henderson (New Zealand)

Milan Kadlec (Czech Republic)

Rafal Ratajcyk (Poland)

Kam Po Wong (Hong Kong)

Mikhail Ignatiev (Russia)

Chris Newton (Great Britain)

Joan Llaneras (Spain)

Daniel Kreutzfeldt (Denmark)

Iljo Keisse (Belgium)

Marco Arriagada (Chile)

Zachary Bell (Canada)

Makoto Iljima (Japan)

Angelo Ciccone (Italy)

Roger Kluge (Germany)

Bobby Lea (USA)

Juan Esteban Curuchet (Argentina)

Chun-Kai Feng (Chinese Taipei)

Volodymyr Rybin (Ukraine)

Milton Ariel Wynants (Uruguay)

11.30am Men?s Keirin second round
11.50am Men?s individual pursuit finals

11.50am BRONZE MEDAL RACE

Steven Burke (Great Britain) v Alexei Markov (Russia)

11.55am GOLD MEDAL RACE

Bradley Wiggins (Great Britain) v Hayden Roulston

12.15pm Men?s Keirin finals
OLYMPIC GAMES 2008: TRACK

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OLYMPIC GAMES 2008: ROAD

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Cancellara wins men’s time trial gold

Men’s time trial reaction: Steve Cummings on his ride

Women’s time trial reaction: I feel fantastic, says Pooley

Pooley wins silver in women’s time trial

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British riders suffer in hot and humid Olympic road race

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Brailsford confident ahead of women?s road race

OLYMPIC GAMES 2008: GUIDE

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