1319: So just to repeat - CNN have bagged an interview with some swimmer called Michael Phelps. I've never heard of him but I've heard he's got big feet and he's won a few medals. Watch this space for more updates on what Phelps has been saying.
1326: Surprised that Brigitte Foster-Hylton (second fastest in the world this year) did not make the next round of the 100m hurdles? Ummm. Yep. And judging by her wailing on the track, I'd say the Jamaican was a little surprised as well.
1803: While Jason Kenny prepares to go for gold, Great Britain's cycling queen Victoria Pendleton has eased into the Women's Sprint Semifinals, and she barely broke sweat too. Australia's Anna Mears has also romped through - looks like it could be those two in Tuesday's Final.
1807: Elsewhere, there's all-round surprise emanating from the Basketball Arena, where Great Britain's Men are leading China - I know! - by a staggering 74-50. Now I don't have hoop dreams at night very often, but I know that that is a thrashing. Into the fourth quarter they go...
1826: Slight amendment to the news we told you earlier about Cyprus winning their first medal in the history of the Olympic Games - we told you bronze in sailing courtesy of Pavlos Kontides, but it's actually silver. If he doesn't get the freedom of the island, I demand to know why.
2021: We've just had the first heat in the Women's 400m Hurdles and Russia's Natalya Antyukh has eased home in first. USA's T'Erea Brown came third in a PB, but she might have to rely on being a fastest loser to reach tomorrow's final. GB's Holly Bleasdale bows out of the Pole Vault.
2025: Russia's Yelena Isinbayeva, Olympic champion in 2004 and 2008, came in at 4.55 in the Women's Pole Vault and failed. But she gets two more goes and it would be a huge shock if she didn't nail that height. In the second Women's 400m Hurdles Semi, USA's Lashinda Demus reaches the line first to secure her place in the Final.
2033: In the third Semifinal of the Women's 400m Hurdles, USA's Georganne Moline finishes second to qualify for the Final on Tuesday. Will have the complete line-up for you in a few moments.
2119: I'm a little tempted to step aside and let Tom talk you thr- wait, hang on...
2124: Don't pass out, mate - if you do I'll have to start working again. Sounds like a humdinger at Old Trafford - should be the final, let alone the semis. Tom makes it four goals in 13 minutes, remarkable. Meanwhile at the Olympic Stadium, USA's Jennifer Suhr is right in the mix in the Women's Pole Vault competition, with double Olympic champion Yelena Isinbayeva struggling.
2126: Felix Sanchez from the Dominican Republic is an absolute mess as he steps up to the podium to receive his Men's 400m Hurdles gold medal, and he continues to cry throughout his country's national anthem. Not your usual Olympic tears, mind - he is actually bawling his eyes out. He's gone, completely.
2231: An excellent point. Missing an Olympic Games through injury must be just about the worst thing that could possibly happen to an athlete... Anyway, in less depressing news, let's look at some of the outstanding images to have come out of Day Ten at London 2012...