At North Greenwich Arena: Fresh off the gold in the gymnastics team competition, Gabby Douglas and Aly Raisman try to add to their medal count in the individual all-around finals. The U.S. pair qualified second and third behind Russia's Viktoria Komova. Reigning world champion Jordyn Wieber, fourth and out of the running for the all-around title, qualified in the floor exercise final.At the Aquatics Centre: Ryan Lochte is favored to win the 200-meter backstroke -- a final that begins a half hour before a second showdown with Michael Phelps. This time, they'll meet in the 200-meter individual medley where Phelps is the defending Olympic champion and Lochte is the world record holder. For those keeping score, it's Lochte 1, Phelps 0. At Lord's Cricket Ground: Texas A&M's Jennifer Nichols, a three-time Olympian, will go for a gold in women's archery individual competition. She finished 24th at the 2008 Beijing Games and ninth at the 2004 Athens Games.