Anthony Ogogo has used Twitter to thank fans for all the support throughout the Olympics.
The Lowestoft boxer @AnthonyOgogo told his followers:
"I can't begin to describe how much the support has meant to me. I'm truly humbled. Each an everyone of one of you should be proud of yourselves."
The Olympic bronze medallist also said #Bronze-SorryItsNotAGold.
Lowestoft boxer Anthony Ogogo has lost his Olympic semi-final.
Tonight Lowestoft boxer Anthony Ogogo fights for a semi-final place in the men's middleweight. He faces Stefan Hartel of Germany.
Lowestoft boxer Anthony Ogogo has beaten the favourite for Olympic gold Ukrainian Ievgen Khytrov.
The Team GB fighter was involved in a bruising encounter with the World Number One at Middle Weight in round 2 of the Olympic tournament.
The final score was 18-18 and Ogogo wins on countback.
Boxer Anthony Ogogo will represent Great Britain in the 75kg category at London 2012.