Rio 2016 day eight: GB's Mo Farah and Laura Trott make history
23 August 2016 Last updated at 00:00 BST
Team GB have increased their medal haul to 30, keeping their third spot on the medal table after Super Saturday.
There were eight British medals on day eight of the Rio Games - in athletics, cycling, rowing and swimming.
Mo Farah became the first British track athlete to win three Olympic gold medals, despite falling over during the 10,000m race.
And cyclist Laura Trott made history as the first British woman ever to win three Olympic golds after winning the team pursuit.
Watch Ricky's round-up.