• Ed McKeever wins Gold in 200m Canoe Sprint
• Team GB wins bronze in women’s hockey
• Anthony Ogogo loses boxing semi-final
• Shanaze Reade qualifies for BMX final
• Lutalo Muhammad fails to make the taekwondo semi-finals
• Luke Campbell wins bantum boxing semi-final by nine points to five
• Daniel Fogg finishes fifth in the marathon swim
• Team GB sailing silvers in the men’s and women’s 470 class
• Jess Walker through to kayak 200m sprint final
• Ed Mckeever sets kayaking 200m sprint Olympic record and reaches final
• Lutalo Muhammad through to taekwondo quarter final – but Sarah Stevenson out
• Team GB celebrates 25 golds, 52 total medals
• BMX star Shanaze Reade ready for final test
TEAM GB WIN KAYAK GOLD Ed McKeever wins Olympic gold in the men’s 200m kayak final to win Britain’s 26th gold of the 2012 Games. read more on: Team GB’s McKeever wins kayaking gold
TEAM GB WINS HOCKEY BRONZE
Team GB wins a hockey bronze, beating New Zealand in the bronze medal match 3-1.
READE AND PHILLIPS MISS OUT ON BMX MEDALS
Shanaze Reade and Liam Phillips miss out on medals in the BMX finals. Reade get caught in a crowd of riders, and finished the race in sixth. Phillips got a strong start to the race, but suffered a crash whilst sitting in fifth position.
READE INTO BMX FINAL
Shanaze Reade qualifies for the BMX final after finishing her the three-race semi-final second, first and second respectively. the final takes place at 16:30.
LUTALO MUHAMMAD LOSES TAEKWONDO QUARTER-FINAL
Lutalo Muhammad loses his taekwondo final against Spain’s Nicholas Garcia despite producing an aggressive performance. Muhammad was penalised for a number of illegal moves and failed to land a number threatening head kicks. The result could intensify the debate over why Muhammad was picked over World No. 1 in the 80kg class Aaron Cook.
CAMPBELL WINS BANTUM BOXING SEMI
Luke Campbell wins bantum-weight boxing semifinal to set up a gold medal clash against Ireland’s John Joe Nevin. Campbell beat Japan’s Satoshi Shimizu by nine points to five.
NO MEDAL FOR FOGG ON THE ‘TINE
Daniel Fogg produces an incredibly strong swim to finish in fifth in the 10km marathon race. The 24-year-old battle from way down in the field to finish just behind the medal spots. Oussama Mellouli of Tunisia takes the gold.
SILVER AGAIN FOR TEAM GB SAILORS
The Antipodeans do it again! This time it is New Zealand’s turn to beat Team GB in a battle for the gold medal position – in the women’s 470 class sailing race. Hannah Mills and Saskia Clark struggled to find the same breeze as the Kiwis and from the start looked unlikely to catch their rivals. Team GB takes silver.
TEAM GB SAILS TO SILVER
Team GB’s Luke Patience and Stuart Bithell fails to catch a dominant Australian boat in a bid for sailing gold, but pick up the silver medal. The British sailors needed to beat the Australians with a boat between the pair to secure gold – but were unable to upset the Australians race.