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Greg Rutherford, winner of the Olympic long jump gold medal for Team GB said the crowd's support was "amazing" and really helped him.
Cai Yun and Fu Haifeng of China have won gold in the men's doubles badminton.
Ben Ainslie has won gold in the men's Finn class for the third time, winning his fourth gold medal overall.
Leaks have apparently emerged in the velodrome roof after rain hit the Olympic Park.
Officials are understood to be investigating whether droplets of water - spotted on the ground in several parts of the venue - could affect today's cycling.
So far the track has escaped unscathed but spots of rain have been reported in the Chinese "pen", where the country's athletes are stationed during events.
More water appears to have come through in another couple of places in the centre of the arena and could cause concern for cyclists should it land on the track.
A source at the velodrome said organisers were "currently checking" the nature of the leaks.
Great Britain's Iain Percy and Andrew Simpson have won Olympic Silver in the men's star class sailing.
After having lead the competition for most of the week, the duo needed to finish 6th in the final race to clinch gold, but ended agonisingly short in 7th.
The pair won Gold in Beijing.
Ethiopian Tiki Gelana has won Olympic Gold in the women's marathon in a time of 2:23:07.
Jin Jong-oh of South Korea has won Olympic gold in the men's 50-meter pistol.
It means that South Korea, in fourth, close the medal table gap to four Golds behind Great Britain with 14 in third.
If Aberdeenshire was a country, it would be above Australia in the Olympic medal table as things stand.
The Scottish county can currently claim two Gold medals and a Silver thanks to success for Timothy Baillie in the canoe C-2 slalom, Katherine Grainger in the double sculls rowing and David Florence, also in the canoe slalom.
The tally would beat Australia, currently in 19th place with only one Gold among its 20 medals.
The Finn class, which record-breaking Olympian Ben Ainslie competes in, is a single-handed dinghy and the sailor is required to be an optimum weight to use the larger Finn class. Sailors first competed in the class at the 1952 Olympic Games in Helsinki.
Sailors Andrew Simpson and Iain Percy will be going for gold in the Star class today, and the difference between the two classes, is that the Star is a double-handed keelboat - equipped for two competing sailors.
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