1421: Fear not, Cedar Rapids - the way the finals line up on this last day mean that Team GB are guaranteed third place.
1423: Not a good opening round for Freddie Evans of Great Britain. The Kazakhstan fighter Serik Sapiyev leads 4-2 after round one.
1428: Russia save two Men's Volleyball match points against Brazil - meanwhile, it looks like Freddie Evans will need to settle for silver in the Boxing - he trails the Kazakh fighter Sapiyev 10-5 after two rounds.
1435: So no golden GB flourish for Freddie Evans, who takes silver. But the stats would have warned him about that - the Kazakhs don't deal in silver at London 2012. They've won 11 medals now. Seven golds, four bronze. No runners-up positions. It may be up to Anthony Joshua to land a golden finish for GB in the super-heavyweight fight at about 3.15pm local time
1436: In amongst all of that, Russia have taken the third set of the Men's Volleyball Gold Medal Match against Brazil. So Brazil lead 2-1 and the match continues...
1437: And, no, I haven't forgotten. Men's Basketball Gold Medal Match coming up... There's about 23 minutes to wait before it begins.
1443: Hey. Anyone feel like another USA gold medal? No, not Basketball, I'm talking Men's Freestyle Wrestling. Jacob Stephen Varner is taking on Valerii Andritsev of Ukraine in the 96kg category right now. And he's one point up...
1444: You, Stellar88, are insatiable.
1450: So I make that officially 45 golds for Team USA. And that is one more than the tally from Atlanta in 1996, making this the most successful Games for the United States since Los Angeles in 1984. In fact one more gold will make London 2012 the third most successful Games ever for the USA. Did someone say Basketball?
1455: I'm not entirely sure I understand Stein. But I love your enthusiasm.
1456: Oh Linus. You have gone so off-message there. But hey, the Olympics is inclusive, right. So, let me say, here and now, loud and clear - the Men's Handball Gold Medal Match between Sweden and France starts at 3pm London time.
1457: As does the Men's Basketball Gold Medal Match.
1458: The National Anthems play at the North Greenwich Arena. It's a packed crowd and the Stars and Stripes are out in force among the audience.
1502: Formalities being concluded at the North Greenwich Arena. We're going to start just a few minutes late. In the meantime, gold medal fans...
1505: The Men's Basketball Final - USA v Spain - has begun!
1508: Regular score updates to come on the basketball. In the meantime, quite a few of you are asking about London Time v USA Time for the Closing Ceremony. Eastern Time is five hours behind London, so the Ceremony starts 9pm locally, that's 4pm on the East Coast. Hope that helps.
1508: Indeed there are Dan is the best. Should make for a good atmosphere. USA 7-6 Spain in the early stages.
1511: The Men's Volleyball Gold Medal Match has gone to a deciding set after Russia fought back from 2-0 down to draw level at 2-2 against Brazil. Meanwhile, Basketball update - Spain 12-10 USA.
1515: We've had seven gold medals in the past 90 minutes. It just doesn't feel like the Olympics is ending. There's still loads happening, right? Right?? #indenial
1516: Seven gold medals, did I say? Make that eight...
1518: Russia are on the charge. I make it six golds on Saturday and two so far today, with maybe another to come in the Men's Volleyball. But they're stranded in fourth in the medal table. USA are top - and they lead Spain 25-18 in the Men's Basketball Final.
1520: And while we're on the subject of gold, who wants to see four enormous men with medals? Thought so.
1521: And while I'm on the subject of enormous men, Anthony Joshua of GB has just begun his super-heavyweight Gold Medal bout in the Boxing. He fights Roberto Cammarelle of Italy.
1524: So that's nine Gold Medals in two days now for Russia. Meanwhile USA 32-23 Spain in the Men's Basketball.
1526: Kudos to you Jack and Malaysia's two medalists. Chong Wei Lee and Pandelela Rinong Pamg. It's not only about the big hitters here. Speaking of which, Roberto Cammarelle leads Anthony Joshua in the super-heavyweight final.