Rio 2016 Olympics - After the heroics of kayaker Lisa Carrington this morning, New Zealand could wrap up a few more medals tomorrow.
Sailors Jo Aleh and Polly Powrie are competing for silver or bronze in the women's 470 medal race at 4.05am.
They are currently in second place behind Great Britain, but can not possibly catch the leaders.
The Black Sticks women will try to reach their first ever gold medal match when they take on Great Britain at 8am.
New Zealand are ranked three spots ahead of England in the world, although Great Britain have won every game at the 2016 Games.
Another Kiwi headliner, Lydia Ko, begins her quest for gold tonight in the women's golf. Her tee-off time is shortly after 2am.
The gold-medal hero herself, Lisa Carrington, returns to the water at 12.51am and 1.48am for the heats and (potential) semi-finals of the K1 500m event.
She is attempting to become the first New Zealand woman to win multiple golds at a single Games.
Sailors Paul Snow-Hansen and Dan Willcox have their 470 medal race shortly after 5am, but are out of medal contention.
In the track and field, Angie Petty has her heat in the 800m race just before 2am, while Stuart Farquhar will try to qualify for the javelin final at 11.30am.
Andrea Kilday takes part in the 49kg category in taekwondo from midnight. If she makes a medal match, it would be at either midday (bronze) or 1pm (gold).
BMXer Trent Jones has his seeding run at 5.24am.