Team GB targets more golds at London 2012.
• Sir Chris Hoy wins his sixth gold of all time and second at London 2012
• Victoria Pendleton wins silver in the team sprint, but misses out on gold to Anna Meares.
• Laura Trott wins gold in the women’s cycling omnium
• Pendleton and Hoy make the sprint and keirin cycling finals
• Team GB equestrians win team dressage gold
• Team GB’s Nick Dempsey wins silver medal in windsurfing
• Team GB medal haul now equal to that achieved at Beijing 2008
• Alistair Brownlee wins traithlon gold, Jonny Brownlee gets bronze
• Usain Bolt,Yohan Blake and Team GB’s Christian Malcolm in 200m semi-finals
• Phillips Idowu fails to qualify in men’s triple jump
• Rachel Hawthorn qualifies for the 500m kayak final – finishing second in her semi
• Julia Bleasdale and Jo Pavey qualify for 5,000 semi-final
• Abi Edmonds and Louisa Sawers through to kayak doubles semi-finals
• Goldie Sayers out of the women’s javelin
• Last day of the velodrome – Hoy, Pendleton and Trott try for gold this evening
SIR CHRIS HOY WINS SIXTH OLYMPIC GOLD
Sir Chris Hoy wins his sixth Olympic gold of all time in a thrilling keirin final. Hoy had to battle hard against German cyclist Maximilian Levy to win the medal, his second of London 2012.
PENDLETON SILVER IN SPRINT FINAL
Victoria Pendleton misses out on the gold medal in the sprint in her last ever Olympic Games after suffering a relegation in the first of three races in the final. Her arch-rival Anna Meares took the gold. Pendleton had previously suffered relegation heartache in the team pursuit but won gold in the women’s keirin.
LAURA TROTT WINS OMNIUM GOLD
Laura Trott picks up her second Olympic gold medal. The 20-year-old came from behind to beat the USA’s Sarah Hammer into silver place in the time trial.
TROTT IN SECOND NEAR OMNIUM FINISH
Laura Trott slips into second place in the cycling omnium behind Sarah Hammer. She will race the two-lap time trial in 20 minutes, starting two points behind Sarah Hammer.
TEAM GB WINS EQUESTRIAN DRESSAGE GOLD
Great Britain & Northern Ireland’s equestrians wins gold in the team dressage event. It is the first time ever they have won the gold medal in the event, something they achieved by beating seven-time gold medal winners Germany.
DEMPSEY SAILS TO WIND-SURFING SILVER
Team GB’s Nick Dempsey wins silver in the RS:X Wind-Surfing, finishing behind Dorian van Rijsselberghe of the Netherlands.
BROWNLEES GET TRIATHLON GOLD AND BRONZE
Alistair Brownlee wins triathlon gold whilst his brother Jonny, who incurred a 15-second penalty in the race, takes bronze. Spain’s Javier Gomez picks up the silver. The win brings Team GB’s gold medal haul equal to that they achieved at the Beijing Games four years ago.
BOLT, BLAKE AND MALCOLM REACH 200M SEMI-FINAL
Usain Bolt, Johan Blake and Team GB’s Christian Malcolm all qualify for the 200m semi-final. Blake clocks a time of 20.38 seconds, Bolt achieves 20.39 and Malcolm runs 20.59 seconds. Team GB’s James Ellington fails to qualify.
PHILLIPS IDOWU FAILS TO QUALIFY
Phillips Idowu fails to make the top twelve in triple jump qualification and drops out of the competition. Idowu, who has been struggling injury and has had a spat with the British Olympic Association, jumped 16.53.
GOLDIE SAYERS SUCCUMBS TO INJURY
Team GB’s Goldie Sayers, who has been suffering with an elbow injury, fails to qualify for the women’s javelin final. She records three successive no-throws.