2245: Let's have a bit more love for the USA Women's Football team after they booked their place in the Olympic Final today, and then we're close to calling it a night...
GOLD MEDALS ON DAY TEN
Xu Lijia, China
Niccolo Campriani, Italy
Arthur Nabarette Zanetti, Brazil
Tom Slingsby, Australia
Aliya Mustafina, Russia
Great Britain's Showjumping Team
Yang Hak-seon, South Korea
Giovanni Cernogoraz, Croatia
Jason Kenny, Great Britain
Omid Noroozi, Iran
Alan Khugaev, Russia
Oleksiy Torokhtiy, Ukraine
Nadzeya Ostapchuc, Belarus
Felix Sanchez, Dominican Republic
Mijain Lopez, Cuba
Yuliya Zaripova, Russia
Kirani James, Grenada
Jennifer Suhr, USA
1107: Round-up of the men's 110m hurdles. Quickest in qualifying for Wednesday's semis was USA's Aries Merritt (13.07). Others to go through include: Russian Sergey Shubenkov (13.26), American Jason Richardson (13.33), Britain's Lawrence Clarke, Cuban Orlando Ortega, Cuban Dayron Robles (13.33), American Jeff Porter, Barbadian Ryan Braithwaite and GB’s Andy Turner (13.42). And a repeat - China's Liu Xiang is out after clattering the first barrier and limping off the track.
1116: It's the women's 5,000m round 1.....GB's Phillips Idowu under huge pressure after messing up his second jump....Oh and a bloke called Usain begins his 200m defence in half an hour.....
1248: American three-time world championship medallist Wallace Spearmon, while GB's James Ellington crashes out. An interesting story with Ellington after he funded his training by putting himself up for bids on an internet auction site.
1250: It's down to the run in the men's triathlon. Boy oh boy, their legs will be hurting - although not if your name is Brownlee. The British brothers are in the leading three alongside Spaniard Javier Gomez.. Fascinating climax.
1259: Who's up for some women's water polo? A bit of a wait but it'll be all kicking off tonight. Australia face USA in the semis (1530). A hot, huge, heated and humungous showdown is predicted I'm told. USA have never failed to medal in this event - still without a gold though. Hungary play Spain in the other semi-final.
1330: A quick moment to reflect on another gold for Team GB. Alistair Brownlee's efforts secured their 19th gold medal of the Games - this matches their efforts in Beijing four years ago. The only Olympics better than this for GB was in 1908 when they won 56 golds.
1337: Some of you asking for times for the men's triathlon. here goes:
1. A Brownlee 1:46.25
2. J Gomez +11 secs
3. J Brownlee +31s
4. D Hauss +49s
5. L Vidal +56s
6. J Frodeno +1:01
1358: Athletics, triathlons, windsurfing...BUT WHAT ABOUT THE ONE-EYED HORSE? Over at the equestrian dressage, the Swedish horse Santana is still going through her paces. There's a gold medal to be had and it's not over yet...
1358: Sailing. We are sailing. Sorry folks - forgot myself for a second there. Update on the waters at Weymouth. GB's Nick Dempsey takes silver in the windsurfing, Poland's Przemyslaw Miarczynskli edges to bronze to deny Germany's Toni Wilhelm a medal.
1457: Seems like there are a few gymnastics fans out there. And it's the women's beam final taking place now. USA's Gabby Douglas and her incredibly shiny suit in action again.
1502: Team GB can sniff more gold in the equestrian. GB still lead in the dressage team final after the first of three riders from each team has performed. Just the Netherlands to come...hold on to your bowler hats folks.
1506: It's all china so far in the women's beam final. Linlin Deng scores 15.600 to sit top of the pile so far - team-mate Lu Sui in second, Catalina Ponor of Romania in third. American Gabby Douglas up in about 10 minutes.
1509: Cycling agenda. GB's Sir Chris Hoy and Victoria Pendleton go for gold this afternoon. Pendleton (women's sprint semi-finals) at 4:27pm London time. Hoy in the men's keirin semi-finals at 4:34pm.
1512: Gabby Douglas leaping right now. And I'm afraid the Flying Squirrel has just fallen off the beam. Big claps of encouragement from the sympathetic crowd though. A great finish to the routine. What a shame for the young star.