Great Britain's haul of gold medals continued on Day 13 of the London 2012 Olympic Games, with Nicola Adams, Charlotte Dujardin and teenager Jade Jones adding to the already impressive count of gold, which now stands at an impressive 25 so far. Meanwhile, Jamaican Usain Bolt ran the most stunning 200m for his second gold of the London 2012 Games and secured his place as one of the all-time greatest sprinters.
There are three days of competition still remaining, and hopes of further British medal success in sailing, taekwondo, boxing and BMX. So let’s look at who is doing what today then.
In sailing Luke Patience and Stuart Bithell are guaranteed silver and will hope to nab gold over Australia. Also in action will be Saskia Clark and Hannah Mills in the medal race for the women's 470.
In Taekwondo Sarah Stevenson, will hope to add, another taekwondo gold for Britain, in the -67kg division. While Lutalo Muhammad bids for the -80kg title.
In boxing, Luke Campbell, Fred Evans, Anthony Ogogo and Anthony Joshua hope they can go as well as Nicola Adams by reaching their respective finals and guaranteeing at least a silver medal.
BMX rider Shanaze Reade gets her chance to make up for the disappointment of crashing in Beijing in the final today. Fellow Briton Liam Phillips is also in action after Reade's race.
The women's hockey event enters its final day of competition with position play-offs early in the day followed by the medal matches. Great Britain is due to play New Zealand for a chance of a bronze this afternoon.
Written and presented by Ann Salter