Another day of medals yesterday as the Team GB tally of medals is now at 22 gold, 13 silver and 13 bronze - making this the most successful Games in terms of gold medals since the London Olympics of 1908 and surpassing the total number of medals won in Beijing.

Laura Trott became the first female track cyclist to claim two gold's at a single Games for Britain with her omnium cycling win.

The equestrian terrific trio of Laura Bechtolsheimer, Carl Hester and Charlotte Dujardin took gold in team dressage event.

Victoria Pendleton won silver in the sprint final to add to her gold in the keirin.

Alistair Brownlee and brother Jonny became the first British Olympic triathlon medallists, winning gold and bronze respectively.

Robbie Grabarz cleared 2.29m to win bronze in the high jump.

Welterweight boxer Fred Evans won his quarter final against Canada's Custio Clayton to ensure that he will win at least a bronze.

So what's happening today - well it's show jumping where British trio Scott Brash, Ben Maher and Nick Skelton – compete in the individual show jumping round.

Team GB face Argentina in the women's hockey semi-final.

Mo Farah, looking to add to his 10,000m gold, will compete in heats for the 5,000m.

And BMX rider Shanaze Reade begins her campaign with the seeding phase.

And it's the first beach volleyball final of the Games at Horse Guards Parade , so let's hope the sun compliments the sand, even if we can't provide the sea.

Written and Presented by Ann Salter