2106: Michael Phelps extends USA's lead with a stunning swim, France are half a second behind and Australia are third...
2106: USA are miles ahead. France are still second, Australia third. Now it's Ryan Lochte to bring it home...
2109: What a finish that was - remember Ryan Lochte is not a 100 meter specialist, but still he got caught cold by France's Yannick Agnel who overhauled him with a wonderful last leg. Did not expect that to happen.
2115: No doubt about it - that is one of the moment of London 2012 so far. Whether Ryan Lochte is any good at 100 meters or not isn't the point - the point is that a very strong USA team had a decent lead going into the final leg and France's Yannick Agnel produced a swim of devastating quality to win it. What a night in the pool for the French. Sacre bleu...
2119: The North Korean Om Yun Chol has won the 14th and final gold medal of Day Two at the 2012 Olympic Games in London, lifting 293kg with a new Games record.
2123: Right, let's go around the venues briefly...
2129: So much going on. Will be fun spending the next two weeks in a dizzy sporting spin... Nevertheless, that was another blinding night in the pool. Four more gold medals won, two world records and a genuine upset in the relay to close it out. You can't argue with the entertainment.
2137: Still buzzing after that relay. Best thing about watching sport? Never, ever knowing what is about to happen. We're done in the Aquatic Center, but there's still Boxing, Basketball, Handball, Hockey and Volleyball going on. Oh and the Football hasn't finished quite yet either.
2143: That's very true, Marcin - the Spanish Under-23 team have failed where the seniors have consistently succeeded, losing their first two matches at the Olympics. Spain have not even scored a goal and are out. Meanwhile, hosts Great Britain have beaten UAE 3-1.
2207 Quick round up of some stuff, then: Team GB Women beat Japan 4-0 in the Hockey on a day when Argentina thrashed South Africa 7-1. Germany are currently beating USA 2-0.
Qualifying for the Women's Gymnastics Team Event has finished too, and these are the eight countries into Tuesday's Final:
2213: Good question, Juanita. Team GB's first gold was supposed to be Mark Cavendish, then maybe Lizzie Armitstead, then maybe Beccy Adlington... But there's definitely no need for the hosts to panic. They might have to wait another day or two, though, because Monday doesn't look like a particularly strong one, unless Gemma Spofforth can spring a surprise in the Women's 100m Backstroke Final.
I'm going to plump for the three-day Eventing Team on Tuesday - I reckon they'll get GB on the gold board. If not then, then definitely Wednesday when the Rowing Finals start. That's when GB will move up the medals table.
2219: Not me. No sir. Tuesday night is all set up to be Michael Phelps' night in the pool, with the 200m Butterfly Final and the 4x200m Freestyle Relay final 58 minutes later. Only a fool would bet against two more Phelps golds...
Let's take a look now at some of the best images from Day Two at the 2012 Olympic Games in London...
2237: Some breathtaking images there on another superb day of action at the Olympic Games. I'll give you a list of all the gold medallists from today and my Olympian of the Day before I leave you in about 20 minutes. Sadly, we all need to sleep, after all.