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Andy Murray impressed in front of royalty at Wimbledon as he booked his place in the semi-finals of the Olympic men's tennis.
With the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge watching on, the British number one ended the campaign of Spain's Nicolas Almagro with a 6-4, 6-1 victory in the quarter-finals.
A victory in his next match will guarantee Team GB at least a silver.
Great Britain's judo athletes of past and present have tweeted their joy at Gemma Gibbons getting through to the semi-finals of the Olympics:
Great Britain's women's eight crew missed out on a medal as they finished fifth in the final at Eton Dorney.
World champions USA successfully defended their Olympic title to take the gold ahead of Canada and the Netherlands.
Jessica Varnish will enter qualifying for the Women's Cycling Team Sprint event later this afternoon alongside Victoria Pendleton.
The Government has announced some of the events that ministers are attending on day six of the Olympics:
- Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt and Chancellor George Osborne are attending the cycling.
- Home Secretary Theresa May is attending the swimming.
- Foreign Secretary William Hague is attending artistic gymnastics.
- Sports Minister Hugh Robertson is attending hockey and canoe slalom
Britain's lightweight coxless men's four claimed silver in a thrilling final at Eton Dorney.
The quartet of Richard Chambers, Peter Chambers, Rob Williams and Chris Bartley had gold medal aspirations but saw reigning Olympic champions Denmark race to an early lead ahead of Australia.
The Danes held the advantage until late before South Africa and Britain pushed to form a trio of boats in a mad dash to the line, as Australia's crew faded.
The British crew raced hard but saw the South Africans pip both pre-race favourites to gold.
Britain's lightweight coxless men's four are getting set to bid for gold at Eton Dorney.
The quartet of Richard Chambers, Peter Chambers, Rob Williams and Chris Bartley are in prime form to win the final, but face a big threat from reigning Olympic champions Denmark.
Great Britain's Bill Lucas and Sam Townsend faded to miss out on a medal in the final of the men's double sculls.
The pair hoped to claim more glory down on the water at Eton Dorney but fell away during the second half of the race. New Zealand powered to claim gold ahead of Italy and Slovenia.
Denmark's Lotte Friis stands as the main threat to Rebecca Adlington claiming gold for Britain in the pool.
Adlington told the BBC it's a contest she is well used to as she prepares for tomorrow night's final.
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