Not much is expected of the British athletes at the Games, apart from long distance superstar Paula Radcliffe.
The women's marathon world record holder has yet to announce whether she'll be running the marathon or the 10,000m but she's a hot tip for either.
Paula has been very unlucky at major championships before, often finishing fourth, but many experts think this could finally be her year.
Matthew Pinsent and James Cracknell
Matthew Pinsent has already won three Olympic gold medals as part of the British rowing team with legend Sir Steve Redgrave.
James Cracknell was in that four-man crew with Pinsent in 2000, and the pair have rowed as a pair together since, forming an excellent partnership.
They are going to row as a four in the 2004 Olympics too, and will be very strong contenders to win more gold for Britain.