After a disappointing few days for Team Ireland in Tokyo, Day 11 brings a chance for a medal in the boxing ring.
Kellie Harrington is due to face Algerian Imane Khelif in her quarter final of the women's 60kg lightweight competition at 4.35 on Tuesday morning.
Elsewhere, four Irish athletes compete in heats on the track and the Irish showjumping team get their Olympic campaign underway.
Olympics Day 11 Schedule
1.27 am - Andrew Coscoran - Men's 1500m, heat 3
2.17 am - Phil Healy - Women’s 400m, heat 5
3.45 am - Marcus Lawler - Men’s 200m, heat 6
3.53 am - Leon Reid - Men's 200m, heat 7
4.35 am - Kellie Harrington - Women’s 60kg Lightweight vs Imane Khelif (Algeria)
11.00 am - Bertram Allen, Darragh Kenny and Cian O’Connor - Showjumping
Before Harrington takes to the ring, boxing journalist Kevin Byrne joined The Olympics Show on Off The Ball to assess the Irish boxers' performances in Tokyo.
"We should celebrate Aidan Walsh's bronze medal. Hopefully Kellie Harrington can get over the line and go and get gold. There has only been two Irish gold medallists in the past and Kellie is looking good. She was businesslike and got the job done, she didn't look like she overextended herself or showed her full arsenal or form," he said.
"But that form is there, we saw it in the European qualifiers and she's been building towards these games. She gave a very mature interview afterwards, and she's cool - she's going to be very hard to stop.
"If Kellie Harrington wins a gold medal then it's a great games for Ireland. We don't win gold medals very often."
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