BBC Sport rounds up the action you might have missed on Day Eight of London 2012.
Jessica Ennis is
crowned Olympic heptathlon champion
in front of an adoring home crowd after a dominant and emotional victory.
bursts home to win 10,000m gold
in stunning style.
Greg Rutherford's leap of 8.31m is enough for him to
win another gold for Great Britain,
this time in the long jump.
Great Britain continue to dominate in the velodrome, with the women's team pursuit trio
setting a new world record
on their way to gold.
Katherine Copeland and Sophie Hosking, who only teamed up this year,
win the women's lightweight double sculls
for Great Britain by powering away from China.
surge to gold in the fourth straight Olympics in the men's coxless four
by holding off Australia in a thrilling race.
Michael Phelps calls time on his career after victory in the 4x100m medley relay earns him
an 18th gold medal and takes his medal total to 22.
Jamaica's Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce sees off American Carmelita Jeter to
retain her Olympic 100m title.
Andy Murray and Laura Robson
win through to the final of the Olympic mixed doubles
with a dramatic victory against Germany's Christopher Kas and Sabine Lisicki.