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Mo Farah became a true British legend by collecting his second gold medal of London 2012 but insists he has 'stuff to be achieved'.
Great Britain have secured third place in the medal table and chef de mission Andy Hunt paid tribute to their 'greatest ever' team.
Tom Daley insisted he was 'over the moon' with bronze in the 10m platform final but wished his father had been able to see it.
Usain Bolt has insisted that IOC president Jacques Rogge is wrong to question his legendary status in athletics.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport (Cas) has rejected Sweden's appeal for the women's Olympic triathlon to be declared a dead heat.
Great Britain's Shanaze Reade says she could return to track cycling at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio after her BMX disappointment.
Tom Daley says he "has proved a point" after qualifying for the men's 10m diving final following a much-improved performance.
Luke Campbell says he is peaking at just the right time ahead of his Anglo-Irish gold medal bantamweight bout against John Joe Nevin.
South African double amputee Oscar Pistorius, who competes on carbon fibre blades, says London 2012 has been "amazing and inspiring".
Sebastian Coe has hailed David Rudisha's 800m win in a world record as the 'stand out performance' of the Olympic Games.
Barbora Spotakova became a true legend in the Czech Republic with victory in the javelin but insists she will be back for more.
Australian Chris Morgan made light of a security issue after he was forced to use his bronze medal for identification purposes.
Jade Jones has revealed that Team GB's success in the Games so far inspired her to Olympic glory on Thursday night.
Usain Bolt is happy he is now a 'living legend' but revealed that he may have to think about his future in the sport.
Leeds-born Nicola Adams created history today as she became the first-ever women's Olympic boxing champion in the history of the Games.
Saori Yoshida of Japan easily made the last eight of the women's -55kg wrestling event after brushing aside Kelsey Campbell of the USA.
The Canadian women's football team has given the country its first Summer Olympics medal since 1936.
Double-amputee Oscar Pistorius was robbed of the chance to run at the Olympics again after a disasterous 4x400m relay heat.
British referee Mark Clattenburg has been given the honour of officiating the men's Olympic football final on Saturday.
Olympic champion Pamela Jelimo was second fastest in the heats for the women's 800m semi-finals, and has hopes of making the final.
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