Olympics Day Seven: What you may have missed
BBC Sport rounds up the action you might have missed on Day Seven of London 2012.
CYCLING: Team GB beat their own world record as they defend their men's Olympic pursuit title to win Friday's second gold medal for Britain.
CYCLING: Victoria Pendleton wins her second Olympic gold medal as she captures victory in the women's keirin.
ROWING: Katherine Grainger and Anna Watkins triumph in the women's double sculls as Grainger finally earns gold after silver at three previous Games.
SWIMMING: Rebecca Adlington wins her second bronze of the Games by finishing third in the 800m freestyle behind 15-year-old American Katie Ledecky.
JUDO: Karina Bryant claims Britain's second judo medal of London 2012 by winning Olympic bronze in the women's +78kg.
TENNIS: Andy Murray beats Serbia's Novak Djokovic 7-5 7-5 to reach the men's tennis final where he will face a repeat of the Wimbledon final against Roger Federer following his epic against Juan Martin del Potro.
ATHLETICS: Britain's Jessica Ennis leads the heptathlon after the first day and clocks the fastest time ever recorded in the event in the 100m hurdles.
SWIMMING: Michael Phelps wins the 100m butterfly to earn his third gold at London 2012, his 17th Olympic triumph and his 21st Olympic medal overall.
SWIMMING: American 17-year-old Missy Franklin breaks the world record for the 200m backstroke as she racks up her third gold of the Games.
SWIMMING: France's Florent Manaudou, 21, takes a shock gold in the 50m freestyle in his first major individual sprint final.
ATHLETICS: Ethiopia's Tirunesh Dibaba defends her Olympic 10,000m title as Britain's Jo Pavey and Julia Bleasdale smash their personal bests.
SWIMMING: And if that's not enough, why not watch Bert 'unbelievable' le Clos as he returns to speak to Clare Balding after more success for his son Chad.