7 August 2012
Last updated at 13:53
We asked you to send us your pictures of the famous 'Usain Bolt pose'. Shevani, Christopher, Mili, Chaya, Daoud and Mishal on a day trip to Hastings. Picture: Mili
Harley the dog pulling off an upside down Bolt pose. Picture taken by her owner Paul Westaway
Shelley Rudman, Olympic silver medallist in skeleton in Turin 2006, and her partner Kristan Bromley, World Cup bobsleigh skeleton winner 2004 and 2008, sent this image of their daughter, Ella, in her cape.
Four-year-old Louis McLaughlin, from East Kilbride, shows the Jamaican how it's done
"We were just off Bolt Tail about one mile from Salcombe harbour where we are stationed," said Cameron Sims-Sterling, who sent in this picture of Sam Viles and Matt Davies. "We were on a usual exercise dressed in our dry suits and waiting to exercise with the Y boat, which is inside the Tamar-class lifeboat."
These police officers struck a pose for the BBC's Francis Keogh in Westfield, just next to the Olympic Park
This scarecrow picture, sent in by Lauren Cordelle, was taken at Walsall Road Allotments in Perry Barr, Birmingham, in July. "My mum and dad, Kay and Paul Cordelle, made the scarecrow for the yearly scarecrow competition, after hearing he'd be training in Birmingham," she said.
David Owen sent this image of his wife Nikki and daughters Harriet, eight, and Abigail, 10, on Kempervennen in Holland - celebrating on holiday.
"We were just messing around on the computer an hour before the 100m final on Sunday and thought it would be fun to do the Bolt pose," said Shoban Rahulapaskaran.
Karla Donald took this picture during Olympics Day at the nursery of her son, Marco, aged three, when the Games began on 27 July.
Jill Bryan sent us this picture taken on a balcony overlooking the Olympic Park.
James Hodges sent this picture of his wife Jenny at a shop in Cardiff on Saturday.
Lindy Chambers took this photo of her boyfriend Simon Britten pulling the famous pose at Brimham Rocks near Pateley Bridge in North Yorkshire.
Thanks to Ellie (second in from the left) for this picture of Games Makers at Abbey Road - accompanied by their unofficial mascots the "Knitteds".
Nick Edwards sends this pic of taken at the top of Snowdon on the only sunny weekend in July.