1734: Can't argue too much with that sentiment, Dreamteam. Our schedule for the rest of Day 16 looks a bit like this: we wrap up the sporting action with the Women's Modern Pentathlon, we reminisce about the last two-and-a-bit special weeks and then, at 9pm London Time, we celebrate the festival of sport with the Closing Ceremony. Sound good to you?
1744: Excited? Yeah, me too. But the fact remains we've got more than three hours before the Closing Ceremony starts. So, have you enjoyed London 2012? Anything you'll remember for as long as you live? I want your chat.
1750: One event left in the Women's Modern Pentathlon and this is how they stand going into the all-important running and shooting laser guns, with only nine seconds separating the top five:
Laura Asadauskaite, Lithuania
Yane Marques, Brazil
Amelie Caze, France
Samantha Murray, Great Britain
Adrienn Toth, Hungary
1756: Quick recap so far of today and USA have bagged another two gold medals, with Jacob Stephen Varner winning the Men's 96kg Freestyle Wrestling and the U.S. Men's Basketball Dream Team beating Spain 107-100 to take gold. Meanwhile hosts GB got one more through boxer Anthony Joshua and Uganda's Stephen Kiprotich won the Men's Marathon. And then there was one...
1800: OK sports fans, listen up: we are under way in the last event of the 2012 Olympic Games, the running and shooting part of the Women's Modern Pentathlon. This is it, time to find out who's going to claim that last gold medal...
1804: Great news - David Rudisha could not deserve that honor any more after his astonishing 800m victory. USA's flag will be carried by runner Bryshon Nellum, while Great Britain's will be in the safe hands of four-time Olympic champion sailor Ben Ainslie.
1807: Nuts is right - but, like so much of the Olympics, it's also utterly compelling viewing. Right now Lithuania's Laura Asadauskaite is leading from Brazil's Yane Marques, with GB's Sam Murray in third. Superb atmosphere once again, that's been another memorable aspect of London 2012.
1810: It's Lithuania's Laura Asadauskaite all the way here, with Great Britain's Sam Murray in second...
1814: And that, my friends, is the final sporting action of London 2012. Lithuania get their second gold of the Olympics, with Laura Asadauskaite following on from swimmer Ruta Meilutyte. Here's how they finished:
Gold: Laura Asadauskaite, Lithuania
Silver: Sam Murray, Great Britain
Bronze: Yane Marquez
1818: Lots of nice messages coming in about how well London has hosted the Olympics. Will publish a few of them shortly. But first, we aim to please, always....
1824: Not just yet, my friend. You're not going to leave me hanging for the next six hours are you? We've got so much ground to cover, so many memories to talk about, so many legends to discuss still. The Closing Ceremony gets under way at 9pm London Time, so we've got lots of time. After a glimpse of what's happening at the Olympic Park, we'll have a few of your messages...
1831: Glorious from you guys, thank you so much for all your messages, please keep them coming in. I'm going to come up with my Top Five Moments in a sec, but I'm much more interested in hearing yours.
1843: Is it wrong I'm getting a little emotional just reading your comments? It's going to be a long evening... Anyway, let's take a look at London 2012's last gold medallist and then have some more of your favorite memories.