Ed McKeever powered to victory in the kayak sprint on the Eton Dorney Lake this morning. The 28 year old from Bradford-on-Avon has been dubbed the 'Usain Bolt of the water.' It meant Team GB got off to a glorious start on the last full day of Olympic competition.
Great Britain's synchronized swimming team have missed out on a medal in the free routine event. The eight-strong team, featuring Plymouth's Olivia Federicii and Katie Dawkins from Bristol, put in a decent performance. But defending champions Russia stole the show to take gold.
There was disappointment for Great Britain's Rhythmic Gymnastics team today. The University of Bath girls, competing in this event for the very first time, finished in 12th place. Only the top eight teams went through to the final.
Liam Phillips from Burnham-on-Sea made a good start to the men's BMX final but dropped back to fifth place before he dramatically crashed to the ground. The event was won by Latvian Maris Strombergs.
The post box in Newent in Gloucestershire has been painted gold to mark Charlotte Dujardin's gold medal in the Equestrian Individual Dressage competition. It is based at the post office and is already providing plenty of photo opportunities
Wiltshire's Ed McKeever comfortably made it through to the final of the men's kayak 200metre final on Eton Dorney lake.
McKeever, who's from Bradford-on-Avon, led from start to finish to win his semi-final. The final takes place tomorrow morning.
Great Britain's Rhythmic Gymnastics team, who train at the University of Bath compete later. The girls are in eleventh place, with the top eight going through to the final. Three-time defending champions Russia top the standings.
Wiltshire's Ed McKeever - dubbed the Usain Bolt of the water - gets his Olympic campaign in the canoe sprint underway this morning. McKeever, who's from Bradford-on-Avon, is among the favourites to win the men's kayak 200metre competition.