Olympics Day 10: What you may have missed
BBC Sport rounds up the action you might have missed on Day 10 of London 2012.
CYCLING: Britain's Jason Kenny added individual sprint gold to his Olympic team title on another glorious day for Team GB on the track.
ATHLETICS: Britain's Dai Greene missed out on a medal in the final of the 400m hurdles, finishing fourth as Felix Sanchez won Olympic gold.
EQUESTRIAN: Great Britain captured their first Olympic showjumping gold medal in 60 years, winning a dramatic jump-off against the Netherlands.
BOXING: Nicola Adams guaranteed herself a medal in the women's boxing after beating Stoyka Petrova to reach the semi-finals.
DIVING: German Stephan Feck crashed out of the men's 3m springboard competition after landing on his back during the second preliminary round.
GYMNASTICS: Great Britain's Beth Tweddle won a medal at last in the final Olympic appearance of her gymnastics career - taking bronze in the uneven bars final.
ATHLETICS: Algeria's Taoufik Makhloufi became the ninth athlete to be excluded from London's Olympic Games for not trying - before he was later reinstated.
CYCLING: Laura Trott and Victoria Pendleton put put themselves in excellent positions to add to Britain's medal tally on Tuesday at the Velodrome.
JUDO: Nicholas Delpopolo was expelled from London 2012 after he failed a drugs test and admitted he had unwittingly eaten marijuana-laced food.
ATHLETICS: Kirani James claimed Grenada's first Olympic gold in history as he won the 400m title.
SAILING: Australia's Tom Slingsby secured Olympic gold in the men's Laser class after holding off a stern challenge from Cyprus's Pavlos Kontides.