1548: Back to cycling. GB's Chris Hoy is hunting a sixth Olympic gold. He's in the men's Keriin semis at 4:34pm. First up is GB's Victoria Pendleton in the women's sprint semi-finals at 4:27pm.
1549: In the women's basketball, Team USA beat Canada 91-48 to reach the semi-final and will face Australia or China for gold.
1604: GB and Team USA set to go head-to-head for a cycling gold. GB's Laura Trott and American Sarah Hammer will battle it out in the omnium. What's this? It's a two-day event involving six disciplines - and there are two events left - scratch race at 4:07pm finishing up with the time trial at 4:53pm.
1611: Australian Anna Meares and GB's Victoria Pendleton win their respective opening heats in the best-of-three sprint semi-final.
1619: Velodrome and the dancing horses are the reason behind my temporary gymnastics abstinence. The men's horizontal bar has just wrapped up. Results in a sec....
1627: Australian Annette Edmonson wins the Omnium's scratch race ahead of American Sarah Hammer, GB's Laura Trott and Kirtsen Wild of the Netherlands. Victoria Pendleton cruises intothe final of the women's sprint - a face-off with arch nemesis Aussie Anna Meares ever closer.
1634: Women's omnium latest standings with one event left:
1. S Hammer (USA)
2. L Trott (GB)
3. A Edmonson (Aus)
4. T Whitten (Can)
5. J D'Hoore.
The last event - the time trial - is at 4:53pm.
1636: Hi TeeDeezzyu. Good to hear you. We can only get photos up when they are available. During the gymnastics event I was making them live as the event progressed. Because Alexandra Raisman performed last the photos were last to come through.
1640: Aussie Anna Meares storms past China's Guo Shuang on the line to make the final. Pendleton v Meares at 5:26pm London time. Don't miss that one. There's a whole bag of history between these two.
1907: It's Athletics O'Clock so let's swing over to the Olympic Stadium, where four gold medals are on offer on the track and field, including Lolo Jones in the 100m hurdles. It's time to cast the nightmare of 2008 into the dustbin of history.
1911: She's among the most recognizable faces in the US track and field squad but Lolo Jones has still to win a major international outdoor title in her career. She was cruelly denied four years ago when she she caught a foot on the penultimate hurdle. However, in 2012 she faces a tough challenge with Australia's Sally Pearson in scintillating form this season. What a final in store...
2036: Felix blows her opponents out of the water, winning her race in 22.31 seconds. She looked like she was jogging for the bus rather than screaming down the home straight to clinch her place in the 200m final. Quite, quite astonishing. We're set for a humdinger of a final with Felix and defending champion Veronica Campbell-Brown set to slug it out for gold.
2046: The animated Erik Kynard of the U.S nudges the high-jump bar over for the third time as he attempts to clear 2.33m, cue various histronics as his gold medal dream ends. Still, a silver's still something to shout about. Meanwhile, new Olympic champion Ivan Ukhov yanks off his T-shirt as he moves the bar up to 2.40m. It's time to put on a show. Also, it's a double bronze for Britain's Robbie Grabarz and Canada's Derek Drouin.
2054: A glorious last hour for Iran, winning two golds and a silver across three different sports. First up it's Ghasem Gholamreza Rezaei, claiming gold in the men's 96kg category swiftly followed by weightlifter Behdad Salimi in the +105kg competition. And then discus thrower Ehsan Hadadi claims silver behind Germany's Robert Harting, who hurls the projectile 68.27m for the top spot.
2056: We're minutes away from the women's 100m hurdles final. Australia's Sally Pearson is THE woman to beat although the U.S's defending Dawn Harper has no intention of relinquishing her Olympic title. Meanwhile, over at Old Trafford...
From CNN's Tom McGowan:
"Drama at Old Trafford with South Korea outraged a penalty has not been awarded for Sandro’s trip on Kim Bokyung. Brazil look shaky at the back, especially goalkeeper Gabriel who is adding a touch of gymnastics to his duties. Still 40 minutes left, and after last night’s women’s thriller between U.S. and Canada at the same stadium, who would bet against a flurry of goals here?"