It's been a bumper two days for New Zealand at the Olympic Games, and the medals are expected to continue to roll in tonight.
Rowers Peter Taylor and Storm Uru are on the water in the final of the lightweight double, as is Emma Twigg in the single sculls.
Triathlete Andrea Hewitt goes into her race ranked world number one, with Kate McIlroy and Nicky Samuels also competing.
Hewitt says she's comfortable carrying the expectation that comes with being number one.
"It's cool to be number one, it is into this race especially being the Olympics and it just means that I've had really good races before this and that I've beaten all the girls before and maybe I could do it again."
Great Britain's Helen Jenkins is the favourite for gold, having won the world championship and London test event last year.
In the cycling, bronze is the best the New Zealand women's pursuit team can hope for.
Lauren Ellis, Jaime Nielsen and Alison Shanks have qualified fifth fastest, missing out on the chance to progress to the gold medal ride.
But Nielsen says bronze is still achievable, they just need to fine-tune a few things.
"There's technical aspects, there's also just really working together, not wasting energy in any areas, making sure that all the energy goes into making us go faster."
They'll take some confidence from the fact that the two teams directly ahead of them, Australia and Canada, were less than a second quicker than them in qualifying.
Eddie Dawkins and Shane Archbold will also be in action at the velodrome overnight.
Dawkins will contest the men's sprint and Archbold will start the men's omnium.
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