Team GB is on course to make the London 2012 Games the best for more than a century and Londoners have been leading the way.
Charlotte Dujardin was part of the dressage team which won Britain's first ever Olympic medal in the discipline.
The British team finished with a score of 79.97%, beating Germany for the gold medal.
Charlotte also recorded a new Olympic record, when she received a score of almost 82%.
Hertfordshire cyclist Laura Trott won her second gold of the London 2012 Olympic Games with victory in the women's omnium.
She joins an elite club of British females to have won double gold at a single Games, including Dame Kelly Holmes and swimmer Rebecca Adlington.
On Saturday, Pete Reed, who is from Chiswick, and Buckinghamshire-born Andrew Triggs Hodge, were part of the rowing team who won gold for Britain on Saturday in the men's fours.
The coxless four, which also included Tom James and Alex Gregory clocked six minutes 3.97 seconds in the event, edging out Australia and the United States.
Wimbledon’s Sophie Hosking and teammate Kat Copeland produced an outstanding display to win the women’s lightweight double sculls and secure Team GB’s fourth rowing gold medal of London 2012.
Former Kingston Grammar School student Hosking and partner Copeland have only been rowing as a double for a year, but they looked like seasoned veterans as they destroyed the rest of the field in stunning style.
Londoner Mo Farah became an Olympic champion after he raced to victory in the 10,000m on Saturday night.
Farah was one of Team GB’s greatest hopes for a medal in the Olympic Stadium and he didn’t disappoint.
Mo, who is 29, arrived in west London as a youngster after escaping war-torn Somalia with his family.
A former Isleworth & Syon pupil, he was was introduced to athletics by PE teacher Alan Watkinson at Feltham Community College.
20-year-old track cyclist Laura Trott from Cheshunt claimed a gold medal in the women’s team pursuit on Saturday.
It was her first experience of a final at the Games, but it didn’t perturb the former Turnford School pupil one bit as she charged around the track with GB team-mates Dani King and Joanna Rowsell.
Today she is back at the velodrome for the women’s Omnium and a chance of becoming only the second woman in history to claim two gold medals at the same Olympics.