Olympics Day 16: What you may have missed
BBC Sport rounds up the action you might have missed on the final day of London 2012.
BOXING: Anthony Joshua made it three boxing golds for Britain at London 2012 with a dramatic win over Roberto Cammarelle in the super-heavyweight final.
MODERN PENTATHLON: Samantha Murray won a silver medal for Great Britain in the final event of the Olympic Games.
BOXING: Fred Evans's bid to become the first Welshman to win Olympic boxing gold ended when he ran into a better welterweight in Serik Sapiyev.
BASKETBALL: The USA won their 14th Olympic basketball gold medal by beating Spain 107-100 to defend their title.
MARATHON: Uganda's Stephen Kiprotich won the Olympic men's marathon, beating Kenya's Abel Kirui and Wilson Kipsang.
HANDBALL: France celebrated gold in the men's handball final against Sweden by stepping onto the podium and performing Usain Bolt's 'Lightning Bolt' pose.
CYCLING: Jaroslav Kulhavy of the Czech Republic won the men's cross-country mountain bike race, beating Nino Schurter of Switzerland in a sprint finish.
BOXING: Vasyl Lomachenko became only the 12th boxer in Olympic history to win two titles with a win over Han Soon-chul in the lightweight final.