6 August 2012
Last updated at 18:00
It's not just gold medals Team GB have been winning. Our amazing athletes have won a whole host of silver and bronze medals too. Cyclist Ed Clancy won a bronze in the men's omnium competition and Laura Robson and Andy Murray won a silver medal in the tennis mixed doubles.
Our Judo women have had an excellent Games. GB hadn't won any Olympic medals in the sport since 2000, but this year we've won two. Karina Bryant won a bronze medal in the +78kg category and Gemma Gibbons grabbed silver in the -78kg category.
Rebecca Adlington grabbed two bronze medals in the pool in the women's 800m and 400m freestyle. In the men's races, Michael Jamieson won himself a silver in the 200m breaststroke.
It's been a great competition for our gymnasts too. The team of Daniel Purvis, Max Whitlock, Louis Smith, Kristian Thomas and Sam Oldham won a bronze medal. Max and Louis individually went on to win another medal each in the men's pommel horse competition, where Max won bronze and Louis won silver.
Christine Ohuruogu has had a tough four years since the last Olympics but managed to come back and win a silver medal in the women's 400m race. Gymnast Beth Tweddle won a bronze medal in the uneven bars - this is the last Olympics she'll compete in so she'll be happy to leave with a medal.
It's been a good summer for road cycling. As well as Bradley Wiggins winning the Tour de France and gold in the Olympics, Chris Froome won a bronze medal in the men's individual time trial. Lizzie Armistead won GB's first medal of London 2012 too with a silver in the women's road race.
Even the Queen's granddaughter's been helping Team GB win medals. Along with the equestrian eventing team, Zara Phillips won silver.
GB rowers have had a phenomenal Olympics with nine medals in total. As well as four gold medals, shiny silver medals went to the men's lightweight four team and to the men's lightweight double sculls...
... and bronze medals went to the men's pair George Nash and Will Satch, to the men's single sculls rower Alan Campbell, and to the huge men's eight team as well.
More medals have been won in the water. As well as a gold in canoe slalom and sailing, GB won silver in each too. David Florence and Richard Hounslow grabbed silver in the canoe slalom and Iain Percy and Andrew Simpson got their sailing silver medal in the men's star class.
The Brownlee brothers took on the Men's Triathlon- Alastair took the gold whilst his younger brother Jonny claimed bronze. Down in Weymouth Nick Dempsey was delighted with his silver in the windsurfing. He narrowly missed out on a medal at the last Olympics but he kept his cool in front of the home crowd- sailing in in style.
Robbie Grabarz say's he's over the moon with his bronze medal in the high jump. He had an agonising wait as the other competitors jumped after him to see if he'd keep his third place.