1435: OK Katey and Sara, think of diving, but without the water. Each competitor perform a series of somersaults, twists and everything else tumbly. However, they can only bounce 10 times on the trampoline and they are judged on a variety of things like the difficulty of the routine, their execution and how much air time they have. The sport is still pretty new - it was only introduced at the Sydney 2000 Games.
1444: Amazing how a hedgehog and a mustachioed Italian plumber can shine at the highest level of sport Darlene. If collecting gold rings and coins were an Olympic sport...It's 3-3 in the deciding set of the men's semi-final tennis match between Roger Federer and Juan Martin del Potro at Wimbledon. Enthralling finale to come.
1447: Future Olympic champion trampoliners on your doorstep Katey - one day you'll be telling everyone you know that you once sent CNN a message about the gold medalist next door.
1452: Contrasting opinions from TKP and Michael about trampolining. Bear in mind the athletes reach heights of about 25 feet metres in just over a second and can reach a G-Force of up to nine. To put that stat into perspective, most people pass out when G-force reaches five. That tells you what the body goes through, let alone contorting it into pretty positions to impress judges.
1504: There's a Cuba v India battle brewing for gold at the Royal Artillery Barracks in the men's 25m rapid fire pistol final with just one round to go. Leuris Pupo leads Vijay Kumar by four. Expect a winner very soon...
1506: Meanwhile, back to the trampolining/what makes an Olympic sport debate which has piqued your debating skills. Here's a variety of opinions we've just received in the past few minutes.
1529: Strong trampolining views from Kevin, I'm sure there are plenty of people who would contest the "fluff" label, including Panon, who appreciates the skills involved in the sport. Keep your views coming in...
1540: One glance at the conditioning of a trampoliner might persuade some doubters about the sheer physical exhertion and strength needed to become a world-class athlete, which both MET and RunningYourRace have highlighted. Meanwhile, it's 10-9 to Roger Federer in the final-set humdinger in the men's singles semifinals at Wimbledon against Juan Martin del Potro. This has to end soon, surely?
1554: We're 102 minutes into the third-set men's singles tennis semifinal decider between Roger Federer and Juan Martin del Potro and the Argentine has a 12-11 advantage. Both men have broken the other's serve - only to lose it in the very next game. Nail-biting, especially for all our Swiss and Argentine readers.
1557: You're not wrong Robert. Still, it's like a stroll in the park compared to the Isner v Mahut marathon. There are mammals with a shorter gestation span than that match...
1559: And while we've been caught up in the Federer v Del Potro hype and we've completely neglected Maria Sharapova, who reaches the women's singles final following a 6-2 6-3 victory over Russian compatriot Maria Kirilenko. It's either Victoria Azarenka or Serena Williams in the final.
1603: Good news for U.S.A's female footballers; they're 1-0 up after 65 minutes. Abby Wambach's first-half goal the difference between the two sides at St James's Park in Newcastle, some 300 miles north of London.
Lots to look forward to in the Olympic Stadium and the Aquatic Center tonight: USA's Reese Hoffa, Ryan Whiting and Christian Cantwell are in the shot put final; Lisa Uhl, Amy Hastings and Janet Cherobon-Bawcom are in the women's 10,000m final, Allyson Felix's 100m campaign gets under way and Hyleas Fountain is back in Heptathlon action; back in the pool and Elisabeth Beisel and Missy Franklin go in the Women's 200m Backstroke, Tyler McGill and Michael Phelps in the Men's 100m Butterfly, Katie Ledecky (who is 15) in the Women's 800m Freestyle and Anthony Ervin and Cullen Jones in the Men's 50m Freestyle Finals.
And in the team events, U.S. meet China in the Women's Water Polo and then USA face Serbia in the Women's Volleyball a little bit later.
1830: Haha. Cheeky, NAS. Right, we're in the middle of the men's team pursuit final in the Velodrome, it's Great Britain vs. Australia, the noise is incredible and Team GB are ahead at halfway...
2008: Very true, Dexter. The USA are now top of the medals table at London 2012, having just gone ahead of China. South Korea sit third, while hosts Great Britain & N.Ireland are fourth.
2018: Florent Manaudou of France is the surprise winner of the last final of the night in the pool, with USA's Cullen Jones taking the silver medal and Brazil's Cesar Cielo bronze. U.S.'s Anthony Ervin finished fifth.
2034: Fact. Great Britain's Andy Murray has just beaten Novak Djokovic in straight sets and, just a month after he lost to Switzerland's Roger Federer in the final of Wimbledon, he gets another shot at the greatest tennis player of all time in the men's singles final on Sunday.