Olympics Day Eight: What you may have missed

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Watch the moment Ennis secures a memorable heptathlon gold

BBC Sport rounds up the action you might have missed on Day Eight of London 2012.

ATHLETICS: Jessica Ennis is crowned Olympic heptathlon champion in front of an adoring home crowd after a dominant and emotional victory.

ATHLETICS: Mo Farah bursts home to win 10,000m gold in stunning style.

ATHLETICS: Greg Rutherford's leap of 8.31m is enough for him to win another gold for Great Britain, this time in the long jump.

CYCLING: Great Britain continue to dominate in the velodrome, with the women's team pursuit trio setting a new world record on their way to gold.

ROWING: Katherine Copeland and Sophie Hosking, who only teamed up this year, win the women's lightweight double sculls for Great Britain by powering away from China.

ROWING: Great Britain surge to gold in the fourth straight Olympics in the men's coxless four by holding off Australia in a thrilling race.

SWIMMING: Michael Phelps calls time on his career after victory in the 4x100m medley relay earns him an 18th gold medal and takes his medal total to 22.

ATHLETICS: Jamaica's Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce sees off American Carmelita Jeter to retain her Olympic 100m title.

TENNIS: Andy Murray and Laura Robson win through to the final of the Olympic mixed doubles with a dramatic victory against Germany's Christopher Kas and Sabine Lisicki.

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