The mother and brother of Nicola Adams - the first ever female boxer to win an Olympic gold medal - have hailed her achievement as "unbelievable".
A British teenager will go for taekwondo gold tonight after pulling off a shock victory over the world number one.
Jade Jones, 19, will fight in an Olympic final after being roared on through earlier rounds today by hundreds of supporters in her home town of Flint, North Wales.
London's ExCel was in also in full voice as she beat Tseng Li-Cheng of Chinese Taipei to make the final, guaranteeing at least a silver.
Jones's supporters braved the stifling heat and crammed into the Flint Sports and Social Club, where her fights were being shown on a big screen.
I have2 Big Up all of #London2012 women's boxers. Together u all hav elevated the sport &made history on the world stage.
Gold medal for nicola adams, history made. Great fight
I'm quite certain in future Games we will describe Nicola Adams as a pioneer. The Redgrave of the ring - first to show it can be done.
Nicola Adams has become the first women's Olympic gold medal winner in history after dispatching three-time world champion Ren Cancan in the flyweight final.
Great Britain's Nicola Adams wins the first of four rounds in her flyweight women's boxing final against three-time world champion Ren Cancan.
The former Bradford College student leads 4-2 going into round two.