Olympics Day 15: What you may have missed
BBC Sport rounds up the action you might have missed on Day 15 of London 2012.
ATHLETICS: The United States won their fifth successive Olympic gold in the women's 4x400m in a world record time.
ATHLETICS: Mo Farah won his second gold of London 2012, finishing the 5,000m in style.
CANOEING: Ed McKeever won Olympic gold for Britain in the men's 200m kayak K1.
BOXING: Luke Campbell secured Great Britain's second gold in the boxing ring with victory over Ireland's John Joe Nevin in the bantamweight final.
ATHLETICS: The Jamaican men's 4x100m relay team shattered the world record on their way to Olympic gold. Usain Bolt celebrated his third gold of the games by doing the 'Mobot'.
FOOTBALL: Mexico beat Brazil 2-1 at Wembley to win the men's Olympic football gold medal for the first time.
DIVING: Briton Tom Daley won bronze in the 10m diving, finishing behind American David Boudia, who took gold.
ATHLETICS: Great Britain finished fifth in the women's 4x400m relay, as the USA won gold for the fifth consecutive Olympics.
HOCKEY: Britain missed out on a medal, beaten 3-1 by Australia in the bronze play-off match.
CANOEING: Britain's Liam Heath and Jon Schofield won bronze in the men's kayak K2 200m final.
ATHLETICS: Russian Elena Lashmanova won the women's 20k walk, pipping the defending champion Olga Kaniskina to the gold medal on the line and breaking the world and Olympic record in the process.