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She may not have done as well as she hoped in the pole vault final, but Holly Bleasdale has something else to celebrate after her boyfriend proposed.
After finishing in sixth place, Bleasdale, 20, from Wigan, said she was "disappointed" by her performance in the Olympic Stadium.
However things looked up for her later in the night as she tweeted: "6th in the Olympics and @bradshaaaw proposes to me :) epic day!!!"
Her boyfriend Paul Bradshaw wrote on Twitter: "I have just proposed to @HollyBleasdale and she said yes!!!!! Best day ever!"
Great Britain's Anthony Ogogo won his middleweight boxing quarter-final against Germany's Stefan Hartel.
It means the 23-year-old is guaranteed at least a bronze medal as there is no playoff for losing semi-finalists.
Former Welsh Secretary Peter Hain says Wales is "very proud" of hurdler Dai Greene.
The 26-year-old world champion from Llanelli finished fourth in the Olympic 400m hurdles final.
Welshman Dai Greene finished fourth in the men's 400m hurdles final.
The 26-year-old won Gold in the 2011 World Championships.
Felix Sanchez of the Dominican Republic won Gold.
East Londoner Perri Shakes-Drayton has qualified for the 400m hurdles final after another competitor was disqualified from her heat for running out of lane.
Old Trafford is getting ready for women's football semi final, the USA vs Canada. Great atmosphere, lots of Brits dressed up in stars and stripes and Canadian flags.
Nicola Adams became the second Great Britain boxer after Luke Campbell to guarantee at least a bronze medal after a comprehensive 16-7 win over Stoyka Petrova in her women's flyweight quarter-final at ExCeL today.
The Leeds 29-year-old was simply too sharp for her Bulgarian opponent, wobbling Petrova with a short left and a right over the top in the first round, and again with a stabbing left in the second to lead 5-3 at the half-way stage.
Adams pulled away to take a six-point lead into the final round and book at least bronze - and a titanic showdown with Indian sensation Mary Kom in the semi-finals on Wednesday.
Beth Tweddle's Team GB team mates were quick to congratulate her on Twitter:
Rhythmic gymnast Francesca Jones:
Diver Tom Daley:
Swimmer Ross Davenport:
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