Two real medal chances beckon New Zealand in Rio on day four with the well-travelled equestrian team once again proving their Olympic credentials.
The eventing team is sitting second behind Australia after three strong runs in the cross country made up for a disappointing dressage round.
They head into the show-jumping phase on the final day of the three day event, which starts at 1am (NZ time).
Mark Todd is currently placed fourth overall so also has a good shot at banking an individual eventing medal.
Clarke Johnstone is currently seventh and Jonelle Price is 13th.
The highly anticipated men's sevens competition also gets underway.
New Zealand meets Japan at 3.30am before playing Kenya later in the morning.
And things start getting more serious for our Olympic rowers, with quarter and semi-finals beginning tonight.
Single scullers Mahe Drysdale and Emma Twigg will be looking to continue their good form as they enter the quarter-finals tonight.
Defending Olympic champions Hamish Bond and Eric Murray will compete in the semi-finals of the men's pair at 12.50am.
The men's and women's double scull crews enter the semi-final stage as do the lightweight men's four.
The women's football team has a crunch pool match tomorrow against France, at 10am, which the New Zealanders need to win to guarantee their place in the knockout rounds.
And the New Zealand men's hockey team will be looking for their first win in Rio when they play their third pool match against Spain, beginning at 1am.