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Olympic gold medallist Joanna Rowsell has revealed how cycling has given her the confidence to confront her hair-loss disorder, alopecia areata.
Speaking to Daybreak, she said: "I've always had the opinion that you only live once. I'm not going to let it hold me back and it's been great being a cyclist, It's given me so much more confidence in myself.
"Being World Champion and now Olympic medallist you can't help but have more self-confidence and I think if I help raise awareness of the condition, that would help as well."
Team GB's Christine Ohuruogu has won a silver medal in the 400 metres final.
She lost to USA's Sanya Richards-Ross. She completed the track in 49.55 seconds.
Some 17.1 million people tuned in to watch Mo Farah win the 10,000m last night - the biggest UK TV audience for the Games so far, excluding the opening ceremony.
And overnight ratings showed that 16.3 million people watched Jessica Ennis triumph in the heptathlon on an amazing night for UK athletics.
BBC Olympics boss Roger Mosey tweeted the "stunning viewing figures for last night's amazing athletics".
They also included an audience of 15.6 million for Greg Rutherford's long jump gold and 9.2 million for the women's team pursuit win.
Tania Farah told ITV News she could barely watch the moment her husband Mo won the 10,000m in the Olympic stadium last night:
Rower Greg Searle has credited his whole family with his bronze medal win, including 'Richie the Rabbit.'
He tweeted this picture saying; "Well done Richie the Rabbit. This medal was won by the whole family."
Greg won bronze medal in the men's eight.
Joanna Rowsell tweeted this picture of her and team mate Dani King meeting fellow Olympic champion Jessica Ennis.
London's Tower Bridge was illuminated in gold last night to celebrate Team GB's six Gold medal wins yesterday.
It's the second night in a row that spectacular views of the bridge have wowed the capital.
ITV News' Rags Martel spent Saturday with Mo Farah's family in the build up to the middle-distance runner's 10,000 metres Olympic Games final.
Here's a selection of pictures from a day running high on emotions, triumph and celebration following Farah's gold medal success.
Team GB's hopes of landing an Olympic medal in football have ended tonight after a penalty-shootout defeat to South Korea.
After a 1-1 draw and a goalless extra time, Daniel Sturridge's missed spot kick proved fatal.
The Team GB men's defeat followed their female counterpart's exit to Canada.
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Jessica Ennis and Mo Farah etched their names into British sporting immortality to complete a historic day for Team GB at the Olympics.
While Britain's athletes put on a show around the country's Olympic venues yesterday, the moon staged a special display of its own.