A look at the triumphs of Team GB on the fourth day of the London 2012 Olympics:
In eventing Team GB won the team silver, Zara Phillips, Mary King, Kristina Cook, William Fox-Pitt and Nicola Wilson winning GB's second silver of the Games
Team GB's women's football side won 1-0 against Brazil
- Michael Jamieson and Andrew Willis both made it through to the men's 200m breaststroke final tomorrow
Team GB women's football team will be aiming to confirm their place in the semi-finals of the Olympic Games when they play at the City of Coventry Stadium on August 3rd.
The team finished top of Group E after winning 1-0 against double Olympic Games silver medallists Brazil at Wembley Stadium.
This result means Team GB – playing in their first Olympic Games Football Tournament – are now preparing for their quarter-final tie which will kick-off in Coventry.
Their opponents will be Canada who have already secured a 2-2 draw against Sweden.
The Duke of Cambridge today cheered on Great Britain's water polo team and revealed his desire to return to the sport.
The royal took part in water polo throughout his school and university days, and while he served in the Army, but has not played for five years
Claire Nixon, 18, from Stafford, who sat next to the Duke in the standard ticketholders' section of the crowd, described how keen William was to play the sport again.
"He said, 'I just want to put my trunks on and get in the pool', those were his exact words," she revealed after the game.
"I think he definitely misses it."
The Team GB women's football team finished top of their group, winning all their games without conceding a goal. They defeated Brazil 1-0 in the final match.
Britain's Stephanie Houghton scored past Brazil goalie Andreia, as Brazil's Erika tried to defend during their women's Group E football match at the London 2012 Olympic Games at Wembley stadium.
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Michael Jamieson won his semi-final in the men's 200m breaststroke and will be joined by GB team-mate Andrew Willis in the men's final tomorrow.
Ben Ainslie remains confident of securing a fourth sailing gold medal despite faltering again on a day when the team were hit by news that Paul Goodison's regatta could be in jeopardy.
Ainslie has yet to overcome Jonas Hogh-Christensen in the Finn class, and after six races the Dane leads second-placed Ainslie by 10 points.
Ainslie said: "He is certainly having the regatta of his life at the moment so all credit to him.
"All I can do is the best I can right now and hope that if I keep pushing hard, he might slip up along the way."
Ainslie's fellow gold medallist Goodison was 16th and then second in today's two Laser races, but the Yorkshireman is struggling with a back injury.
Asked if he was worried his regatta was in danger, he said: "Yeah, for sure. I am worried my body is in a lot of trouble and until that is fixed you can't fire on all cylinders."
There was better news for the only other returning British sailing champions from Beijing, Iain Percy and Andrew Simpson, who sit four points clear of nearest rivals Brazil after winning one of their two races today.
Olympic debutant Ali Young secured two second-place finishes in the ongoing Laser Radial class, while Stevie Morrison and Ben Rhodes were third and then 18th, after capsizing, in their 49ers races.
Tour de France winner and Olympics medal hopeful Bradley Wiggins has had his official training kit stolen from the Team GB cycling team hotel.
The kit apparently went missing while the 32-year-old was using the gym and spa at the Foxhills hotel in Ottershaw, Surrey, on Sunday.
The theft happened a day after he took part in the Olympics men's road race event.
Wiggins, who will take part in the Olympics cycling time trials event at Hampton Court on Wednesday, wrote in a message on Sunday: "Watch your kit at the Foxhills spa... There is a tea leaf about."
A spokesman for Foxhills told the BBC: "Upon returning back to the locker room, it seems that cycling fever has well and truly hit the Surrey club as the Official Team GB training lycra were nowhere to be seen.
"It seems an over-zealous fan has scored a fantastic London 2012 souvenir."