BBC Sport rounds up the action you might have missed on Day Nine of London 2012.
Usain Bolt left the rest of the field in his wake to
secure his second successive 100m Olympic gold medal.
Louis Smith and Max Whitlock
won silver and bronze on the pommel horse.
Ohuruogu won 400m Olympic silver
, beaten in the final by Sanya Richards-Ross.
Ben Ainslie became the most decorated Olympic sailor in history after
he clinched his fourth straight gold medal.
Ethiopia's Tiki Gelana
won gold in the women's marathon in an Olympic record time
of two hours, 23 minutes and seven seconds.
Lightweight Natasha Jonas became the
first female Briton to win an Olympic boxing match
as the women's event made its debut at the Games.
Andy Murray captured the biggest title of his career as he
beat world number one Roger Federer in straight sets
in the men's final.
Murray then won silver in the mixed doubles
as he and Laura Robson were beaten by Max Mirnyi and Victoria Azarenka.
Ed Clancy added to his tally of medals with a bronze in the omnium,
with Dane Lasse Norman Hansen taking gold.
World champion Ezekiel Kemboi
secured Kenya's first gold medal of London 2012
with victory in the men's 3,000m steeplechase
China's Zhou Lulu wins the gold medal in the women's super heavyweight class
after a world record-breaking duel
with Russia's Tatiana Kashirina.