After two weeks of drama, disappointment and delight, the Tokyo Games draw to a close on Sunday, but there is still time for some great Irish success stories as Kellie Harrington boxes for gold in the Women's 60kg Lightweight final.
She will become the eighth Irish fighter to compete in an Olympic boxing final and will need to be at her best to become the third gold medal winner from that group as she comes up against all-action Brazilian Beatriz Ferreira.
After a good showing in the Women’s Marathon from Fionnuala McCormack, Stephen Scullion, Kevin Seaward and Paul Pollock will be aiming to follow her lead in the Men’s event.
On the cycling track, Emily Kay will compete in the Women’s Omnium.
The closing ceremony is scheduled to start around midday Irish time on Sunday.
23.00-0145 Men's Marathon – Stephen Scullion, Kevin Seaward, Paul Pollock
06.00-06.15 Women’s 60kg Lightweight – Kellie Harrington v Beatriz Ferreira (Brazil)
06.30 Medal ceremony
Women’s Omnium – Emily Kay
02.00-02.18 Scratch Race
02.45-03.03 Tempo Race
03.26-03.44 Elimination Race
04.25-04.55 Points Race
12.00 Closing ceremony