Team GB's medal haul so far
Keep on top of Great Britain's Olympic medal tally
Silver Lizzie Armitstead won Britain's first medal - picking up a silver in the Women's Road Race - as Marianne Vos claimed gold for the Netherlands on Day Two of the games.
Bronze Britain's Rebecca Adlington picked up a hard-earned bronze in the 400m freestyle. France's Camille Muffat took her Adlington's crown and America's Allison Schmitt took silver.
Bronze Team GB took a historic bronze medal in the gymnastics team final. Louis Smith, Sam Oldham, Kristian Thomas, Max Whitlock and Dan Purvis were the first GB men to take an Olympic team medal since 1912. They had originally won silver before a Japanese appeal. China took Gold, while Japan, who had originally been placed fourth, took silver after an appeal.
Silver The equestrian team won silver in the three-day eventing competition, coming second behind the Germans. Zara Phillips, along with Tina Cook, William Fox-Pitt, Mary King and Nicola Wilson, were cheered on by The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the Duchess of Cornwall and Princess Anne (who was herself an Olympian in 1976.)
Gold Helen Glover and Heather Stanning won Team GB's first gold medal of the Games - in the rowing. The pair are the first British women to ever take an Olympic gold in rowing.
Gold Less than two weeks after winning the Tour de France, Bradley Wiggins picked up gold in the men's time trial. He has now won more Olympic medals than any other Briton.
Bronze Fellow cyclist Chris Froome won a bronze in the men's time trials.
Bronze The men's rowing eight, which included 40-year-old Greg Searle, took a bronze with a brave effort. Germany won gold.
Silver Michael Jamieson won silver in the men's 200m breaststroke final, breaking his own British record and narrowly missing taking gold.
Silver Richard and Peter Chambers, Rob Williams and Chris Bartley picked up Team GB's fourth silver of the games, finishing behind South Africa in the lightweight men's four.
Gold Etienne Stott and Tim Baillie won gold in Slalom Cannoeing at the Lee Valley White Water Centre.
Silver While British paddlers David Florence and Richard Hounslow picked up a silver in the Slalom Cannoeing, coming in 0.36 seconds behind Etienne Stott and Tim Baillie.
Gold Shooter Peter Wilson won a gold in the double trap competition, finishing two shots clear of Sweden's Hakan Dahlby.
Silver Gemma Gibbons won Team GB's first judo medal in 12 years when she picked up silver in the -78kg final. She came second to USA’s Kayla Harrison.
Gold Sir Chris Hoy his won fifth Olympic gold medal as Team GB were victorious in the men's team sprint. The team sprint squad defeated France, with a time of 42.600secs.
Gold Katherine Grainger won her first Olympic gold medal, with Anna Watkins in the women's double sculls, finishing ahead of Australia and Poland.
Bronze George Nash and William Satch bagged another rowing medal for Team GB, winning a bronze in the men's pair.
Bronze And yet another rowing medal for Team GB thanks to Alan Campbell's bronze in the single sculls.
Bronze Karina Bryant picks up Team GB's second judo medal of the Games - beating Iryna Kindzerska of the Ukraine.
Gold Victoria Pendleton claimed a gold medal at the Olympic velodrome with a triumph in the keirin.
Gold Ed Clancy, Geraint Thomas, Steven Burke and Peter Kennaugh set a new world record and won gold in the men's team pursuit.
Bronze Rebecca Adlington took a second bronze medal - this time in the 800m freestyle - as American Katie Ledecky, just 15, almost broke the world record on the way to victory.
Gold Team GB's rowers continue to do us proud - the men's four take gold for fourth Games in a row
Gold And Katherine Copeland and Sophie Hosking add to our gold haul in the women's lightweight double sculls
Silver Zac Purchase and Mark Hunter came in second behind the Danish partnership of Mads Rasmussen and Rasmus Quist in the lightweight men’s double sculls.
Gold Laura Trott, Joanna Rowsell and Dani King won gold in the women's team pursuit, breaking their own world record.
Gold Our Team GB poster girl Jessica Ennis won gold in the Heptathlon.
Gold Then Greg Rutherford took a surprise gold in the long jump.
Gold And in a golden evening, Mo Farah then took gold in the 10,000m.
Silver Iain Percy and Andrew Simpson missed out on a successive Olympic sailing gold as Sweden took the Star title and they took silver.
Gold Andy Murray beats Federer to win gold, just months after losing out at Wimbledon.
Silver Having just won gold in the single, Andy Murray then took silver in the doubles with partner Laura Robson.
Bronze Ed Clancy took a bronze cycling medal in men's omnium.
Gold Ben Ainslie sailed to victory and picked up a gold in the Finn class.
Silver Louis Smith narrowly missed out on a gold in the pommel horse, taking home a silver.
Bronze While fellow Team GB gymnast Max Whitlock took home a bronze, also in the pommel horse.
Silver Christine Ohuruogu took silver in the women's 400m, losing her title to Sanya Richards-Ross, from the USA.
Bronze Beth Tweddle takes another medal for Team GB's gymnasts, picking up a bronze in the uneven bars.
Gold Team GB's showjumping team beat Holland in dramatic jump-off finale - after both teams finished level top.
Gold Jason Kenny saw off three-time world champion Gregory Bauge of France to win Gold in men’s sprint in Velodrome
Gold Alistair Brownlee took a gold for Team GB in the triathlon, seeing off Javier Gomez.
Bronze While Alistair's brother Jonny Brownlee picked up a bronze, also in the triathlon.
Silver Nick Dempsey clinched silver in the Olympic RS:X windsurfing class, finishing behind Dutchman Dorian van Rijsselberge.
Gold Team GB won their first ever dressage gold at Greenwich, ahead of the Germans, with a total of 79.749 per cent.
Gold Laura Trott secured a second gold medal with victory in the women's omnium. She had already claimed gold in the women's team pursuit.
Gold Sir Chris Hoy picked up a record sixth Olympic gold medal for Team GB with a victory in the keirin.
Silver Victoria Pendleton took silver in the women's sprint after losing to Australia's Anna Meares.
Bronze Robbie Grabarz picked up a bronze for Team GB in the men's high jump.
Gold Charlotte Dujardin won Britain's first individual dressage medal gold medal.
Bronze While Laura Bechtolsheimer took a bronze in the same event!
Gold Nicola Adams won gold in the boxing, destroying No1 seed Ren Cancan in flyweight final.
Gold Jade Jones won gold in taekwondo, beating Yuzhuo Hou 6-4
Silver Luka Patience and Stuart Bithell won silver in the men's 470 sailing, finishing behind Australia.
Our oh-so-close competitors
Tom Daley, 18 and Pete Waterfield, 31, just missed out on a medal in the synchronised 10m platform event. The pair, who came in fourth, had led the competition after three of their six dives but then they dropped to fourth with a poor next effort.
Cyclists Victoria Pendleton and Jess Varnish were disqualified from the women's team sprint finals, when on the point of taking on China for gold.
Lizzie Simmonds finished fourth in the 200m backstroke, missing out on bronze.World champion Dai Greene was 0.14 seconds off a medal in the hurdles as Felix Sanchez took gold, Michael Tinsley silver and favourite Javier Culson bronze.
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