Brabants ready to defend title

Tim Brabants, from Surrey, has just got through to the semi-final of the 1,000m canoe at Eton Dorney - ready to defend his Olympic crown.

Reading's Chris Mears competes later

Olympics Day Ten

Meridian Tonight guides you through who to watch out for on Day 10 of the Olympic Games

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The most unforgettable, extraordinary, emotional sporting day Great Britain has ever known - congratulations to all our fantastic medal winners

Mo Farah
Mo Farah celebrates after winning the Men's 10,000m Final Credit: Owen Humphreys/PA Wire
Mo Farah crosses the line first in the 10,000m final Credit: Mike Egerton/PA Wire
Jessica Ennis
Great Britain's Jessica Ennis approaches the finish line in the 800m event in the Heptathlon at the Olympic Stadium Credit: Stephen Pond/PA Wire.
Jessica Ennis celebrates her Olympic gold today Credit: Dave Thompson/PA Wire
Great Britain's Greg Rutherford on in action during the Men's Long Jump Credit: David Davies/PA Wire
Greg Rutherford accepts congratulations from the crowd after this jump to glory Credit: Dave Davies/PA wire
Olympic pursuit cyclists
Hampshire's Dani King leads Team GB's Joanna Rowsell and Laura Trott on their way to winning gold in the Women's Team Pursuit Final Credit: Dave Davies/PA Wire
Hamble's Dani King celebrate with her team mates after winning the Women's Team Pursuit Final Credit: Tim Ireland/PA wire
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Dani King's gold medal Credit: Andrew Milligan/PA wire

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Baker gets ready for the biggest challenge of his life

A marathon runner who works full time at a bakery in Buckinghamshire is getting ready for one of the biggest challenges of his life.

Anuradha Cooray, known as Cooray to his friends, will be heading down to take part in the Olympic Games taking with him the hopes his friends, colleagues and the nation he's representing.

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