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Take a look back at the most memorable scenes from the Olympics...
Danny Boyle's Opening Ceremony was truly a joy to behold. What was your favourite part? Photo: John Giles
Jessica Ennis won the nation's heart with her incredible Heptathlon Gold medal. The London 2012 poster girl showed the world why we all love her.
Best Picture from the Olympics? Mo Farah and Usain Bolt pose in each other's trademark style... Love it!
Lightning strikes twice: Jamaica's Usain Bolt won the 100m sprint for the second consecutive Olympics on Day 9, setting a new Games record. Breathtaking.
Sir Chris Hoy carries the Union Flag during the Olympics Opening ceremony at the Olympic Stadium, London. Photo: Dave Thompson/PA Wire
Our heart nearly burst with pride when we saw Mo Farah celebrating his Gold Medal in the Men's 10,000m final with his daughter Rihanna. Mo is the first Briton to win the long distance track event. What an amazing effort... We're proud of you Mo!
Bradley Wiggins celebrates in style as he tops off a great year with Olympic gold in the men's cycling time trial. Love it! Picture: Facebook
It's a gold rush! Tim Baillie and Etienne Stott won gold in the canoeing... Closely followed by David Florence and Richard Hounslow who took silver! Incredible effort Team GB! Picture: Facebook
Philip Hindes, Jason Kenny and Sir Chris Hoy celebrate with their gold medals after setting a new world record in the Men's Team Sprint Track Cycling final. Sir Chris Hoy now has five gold medals to his name... Incredible display by Sir Chris and Team GB! Picture: Facebook
Looks like Tim Baillie and Etienne Stott confused their gold medals with chocolate coins! They won gold in the canoeing. Congratulations!
What an incredible result for Gemma Gibbons, who took the silver in Judo. Come on Team GB! Picture: Facebook
Peter 'Shooter' Wilson has won Britain's fourth medal in the men's double trap! A huge congratulations! Picture: Facebook
Bolt doing what he does best
Everyone from around the world showing their support for these amazing athletes
Women's triathlon competitors plunge into the chilly waters of the Serpentine in Hyde Park
The first British man to win the Tour de France, Bradley Wiggins, leads the Peleton up Box Hill during the Men's Road Race. Photo: Adam Davy/PA Wire
James Dasaolu giving his all in the 100m
Louise Hazel in action during 100M Hurdles Heat 3 of Heptathlon
In one of the biggest surprises for Team GB so far, Gemma Gibbons won the silver medal in the Judo... Congratulations! Picture: Facebook
Chris Bartley, Richard Chambers, Rob Williams and Peter Chambers won silver in the rowing Lightweight Men's Four final. We're now 5th in the medal rankings... Come on Team GB! Picture: Facebook
Row, row, row your boat, gently down the stream! Team GB's Melanie Wilson, Debbie Flood, Frances Houghton and Beth Rodford get into gear in the heats for the women's quadruple sculls during the first day of the London 2012 Olympics. Photo: Stephen Pond/PA Wire.
Can Wimbledon finalist Andy Murray win the men's tennis singles gold? He's in the semis after winning in straight sets in the quarter-finals! Picture: Facebook
Sophie Troiano was ecstatic to help the Women's Foil beat Egypt 45-34. Come on Team GB! Picture: Facebook
Bradley Wiggins and Chris Froome with their gold and bronze medals. Picture: Facebook
Bradley Wiggins has won Team GB our second gold medal! The Tour de France winner recorded a sensational time - 42 seconds faster than Germany's Tony Martin, and 1:08 better than British team-mate Chris Froome, who took the bronze. Well done Wiggins and Froome!
Our first gold medal! Helen Glover and Heather Stanning celebrate first place in the women's pair final.
Helen Glover and Heather Stanning who won Team GB's first gold medal of the Olympics! They won the Women's Pair final in the rowing... And are Britain's first EVER women's rowing champions! Picture: Facebook
Team GB celebrate their silver medal in showjumping! Picture: Facebook
Zara Phillips and High Kingdom leap over a hurdle in a career-defining moment for Zara, who has become the first royal family member to win a medal at the Olympics! Photo: Facebook
Tina Cook celebrates as Team GB take the silver medal in the showjumping event. Congratulations to Tina, Mary King, Zara Phillips, Nicola Wilson and William Fox-Pitt. Photo: Facebook
Team GB's women's hockey team have been brilliant so far.
Now that looks difficult! Hannah Whelan of Great Britain looks elegant in the gymnastics.
We love this photo of gold medalist Kristin Armstrong sits on the throne after winning the Women's Individual Time Trial!
Natasha Perdue completes a lift in the Woman's 69kg for Team GB. Fantastic effort, Natasha!
Team spirit! Team GB's Zara Dampney (right) hugs teammate Shauna Mullin during their Women's Beach Volleyball match against Canada. Photo: Julien Behal/PA Wire
Bulgarian defenders do their best to stop Britain's Nathan French in a men's volleyball preliminary match. Photo: Chris O'Meara)
You go girl! Britain's Rebecca Adlington swims to a bronze medal in the women's 400-metre freestyle swimming. Photo: Matt Slocum
Team GB's Louis Smith wears his heart on his sleeve completing his Pommel Horse routine during the Artistic Gymnastics team qualification. That's what we want to see... Passion! Photo: Anthony Devlin/PA Wire.
Kazakhstan's Alexandr Vinolurov beams triumphantly after winning the gold following the Men's Road Race. Photo: John Giles/PA Wire
Here goes nothing! Rebecca Gallantree (bottom) and Alicia Blagg look elegant competing in the Women's Synchronised 3m dive.
Oh brother! Great Britain's Andy and Jamie Murray work up a practice session at The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, Wimbledon, London. Photo: Adam Davy/PA Wire.