Olympics 2012: Team GB athletes at London Games Day 15

GB 2012 medal haul compared with 2008

A sport-by-sport round-up of how every Team GB athlete performs on Day 15 of the 2012 Olympic Games in London.

Britain finished Day 15 with a total of 62 medals, compared with 47 at the same stage at Beijing in 2008, keeping them third in the medal table.


Mo Farah wins his second gold of the Games, the 10,000m champion successfully doubling up to win the 5,000m crown in a time of 13.41.66. Farah becomes only the seventh man to win the long-distance double at an Olympics as he holds off Dejen Gebremeskel and Thomas Pkemei Longosiwa.

Dominic King finishes 51st and last in the 50km walk (excluding the 12 athletes who either did not finish at all or were disqualified). Despite coming home 29 minutes after gold medallist Sergey Kirdyapkin of Russia, he receives an enthusiastic response from the home crowd.

Johanna Jackson is one of those disqualified in the women's 20km walk as Russia's Elena Lashmaova wins gold in a world record time. Jackson was removed from the race by judges around the 8km mark.

The women's 4x400m relay quartet finish fifth in the final with a time of 3:24.76, well behind the dominant US team who ease to victory.


Luke Campbell beats Ireland's John Joe Nevin to win gold in the men's bantamweight (56kg) final. Campbell, who won 14-11, becomes the first Briton to win Olympic gold at that weight since London 1908.


Ed McKeever wins kayak single (K1) 200m gold in 36.246 seconds ahead of Spain's Saul Craviotto Rivero and Canada's Mark de Jonge.

Liam Heath and Jon Schofield take bronze in the men's kayak pairs sprint, behind winners Russia and silver medallists Belarus.

Jess Walker finishes seventh in her 200m K1 final behind winner Lisa Carrington of New Zealand.


Annie Last produces a creditable performance at Hadleigh Farm, finishing eighth, less than three minutes behind gold medallist Julie Bresset of France.


Tom Daley wins bronze in the men's 10m platform final with a score of 556.95, with USA's David Boudia winning gold.


GB's men miss out on a home bronze medal by losing 3-1 to Australia in the third place final at the Riverbank Arena. James Tindall scored GB's goal.


Nick Woodbridge finishes 10th, three places higher than GB team-mate Sam Weale in an event won by Czech Republic's David Svoboda.