Eight medals - three golds, four silvers and one bronze - mean that Britain remain third in the medal table, one place above Germany, and take their total to 30 at the Games. That's one more than at the same stage of London 2012.
Mo Farah, 33, became the first British track and field athlete to secure three Olympic titles - following a long-distance double at London 2012.
Laura Trott, 24, is the first female GB competitor to win a third gold, having triumphed alongside Joanna Rowsell-Shand, Elinor Barker and Katie Archibald.
If you stayed with us to the bitter end, we salute you.
A sensational effort. But now it's bedtime.