Whether you are hoping to watch Bolt smash his own world record in the 100m men's final, want to see Olympic veteran Paula Radcliffe cruise around the capital's streets, or are ready to get behind golden girl Jessica Ennis in the heptathlon, our round-up of the key athletics events will ensure you're in the right place at the right time.
Friday 3rd August at 10:05
Jessica Ennis begins her campaign with the 100m hurdles. Tune in throughout the weekend as she tackles the high jump, shot put, 200m, long jump, javelin and 800m.
Saturday 4th August at 21:15
Support Britain's best distance runner gold Mo Farah as he attempts to add Olympic gold to his world championship silver from Daegu.
Sunday 5th August at 11:00
You don't need a ticket to watch the Olympic marathon, so expect the route from Westminster to the City to be packed with Brits supporting Paula Radcliffe as she has one last go at winning an Olympic medal.
Women's 400m Final
Sunday 5th August at 21:10
Can Christine Ohuruogu successfully defend her Olympic title? American Sanya Richards-Ross will ensure it's a battle to the line.
Men's 100m Final
Sunday 5th August at 21:50
Witness the Jamaican show down as Bolt and Blake go head to head.
Women's 400m Hurdles
Wednesday 8th August at 20:45
Last month, Perri Shakes-Drayton set a new personal best of 53.77, the second-fastest time in the world this year. Let's hope she goes one better in the Olympic Stadium tonight.
Men's 400m Hurdles Final
Wednesday 8th August at 21:15
Honoured as Captain of Team GB's athletics team, Dai Greene "intends to lead by example". We reckon he'd better win gold then.