JUSTIN Rose’s dream of winning gold at the Olympics is still on track as he leads the golf event in Rio going in Sunday’s final round.

The former Robert Mays pupil will be in action from the early afternoon hoping to convert his one shot lead into a gold medal.

Rose shot a superb 65 on day three of the event to take over the lead on 12 under, from Australian Marcus Fraser who is now third on nine under.

Rose’s closest rival going into tomorrow’s final round is Swede Henrik Stenson.

Bubba Watson, David Lingmerth and Emiliano Grillo are tied in fourth place six shots behind Rose.

The Englishman started in great form with the accolade of achieving the Olympic’s first-ever hole in one on the fourth hole.

After an excellent 67 on day one he followed it up on day two with a 69 to move up to joint fourth.

A superb round today now sets up his chance to win gold on Sunday and he tees off at 1.39pm BST.