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Robbie Grabarz has told Daybreak that he is over the moon with wining a bronze medal in the London 2012 men's high jump final.
Triathalon bronze medallist Jonathan Brownlee also told the show that it was 'strange' competing alongside his brother Alastair.
Four years after he finished fourth at the Olympics, Great Britain's Nick Dempsey claimed a silver medal in his home town of Weymouth in the RS:X windsurfing class.
He told ITV Meridian he was "very happy" to finally banish the blues from Beijing.
Team GB boxer Fred Evans has guaranteed himself at least a bronze medal in the Men's Welterweight division after beating Canada's Custio Clayton at the ExCel Arena.
Lord Coe denied that it was inappropriate to play music by Massive Attack during the 800m final at the Olympic Stadium, during an interview with the BBC.
Australian golden girl Sally Pearson has set a new Olympic record of 12.35 secs on her way to victory in tonight's women's 100m hurdles.
Despite Pearson's gold, it has been a Games to forget for Australia so far, leaving the country's sports minister paying a high price.
Although several days of competition remain, Kate Lundy admitted she has lost a bet with UK counterpart Hugh Robertson over which nation would do better at London 2012.
She told Channel 4 news she now accepted her forfeit of rowing down the Olympic course on Eton Dorney wearing a Team GB shirt:
Team GB will face the Netherlands in the men's hockey semi-final.
They booked their place after a 1-1 draw with Spain at the Riverbank Arena, which had the rest of Team GB nervously watching on.
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British cyclists have been in winning form this summer from the Tour de France to claiming eight gold medals at the Olympics.
Great Britain have had their best Olympic Games since 1908 after a gold medal haul on day 11 of London 2012.