gave UK athletics its best gold medal haul in 104 years, so the overall target of five to eight medals does not seem far off.
five to eight medals
2012 so far:
three gold, one silver
one gold, two silver, one bronze
Golds for Jessica Ennis, Greg Rutherford and Mo Farah have been followed by silver for Christine Ohuruogu and a strong squad means there are still plenty of
medal opportunities in the coming days.
looked on course for a medal before his recent injury worries. He goes in the triple jump on Tuesday, with the final on Thursday.
could add to his 10,000m gold in the 5,000m on Saturday and there is also a chance in the
men's and women's relays
on Friday and Saturday.
As Rutherford has already shown in the long jump, a surprise is more than possible in front of a home crowd so there is hope too for
(long jump) and high jumper
Team performance director David Brailsford has again been the architect of a
stunning display at the Olympics.
GB have won gold in four of the five track events contested so far, and along the way have set three world records.
six to 10 medals
2012 so far:
six golds, one silver, two bronze
eight gold, four silver, two bronze
That is without even mentioning the time trial success for Bradley Wiggins and Chris Froome and road race silver for Lizzie Armitstead.
There is still more to come, though, with
Sir Chris Hoy
(omnium) all looking for further Team GB golds on Tuesday.
The cycling team have already reached their goal of six to 10 medals and on current form there is little doubt that the top end of that target will be reached.
will also hope to make up for her BMX disappointment in Beijing when she competes on Friday.
Colin JacksonBBC Sport athletics pundit
"I think they will get 54. That's 12% above their target and anybody would be happy with that kind of performance. Our sportsmen and women have really appreciated the support of the nation, and the nation has got value for money."
Britain's haul of three medals in the pool has been relatively disappointing, given that the 44-strong team have again relied on
Rebecca Adlington for two of them.
Michael Jamieson claimed silver in the 200m breaststroke.
GB won six medals in Beijing, with half coming from the open water events.
is again a contender in the women's 10km race on Thursday. After the poor showing in the pool, the 2008 silver medallist can help reduce the damage as GB attempt to deliver a minimum of five medals at London.
Otherwise, an investment of £25.1m will look like money wasted compared to other big hitters such as rowing.
James DeGale was the toast of the British boxing team in Beijing as his gold was one of three medals in the ring four years ago.
The feelgood story in the British camp might have been tinged with some regret - Smith's silver in the pommel horse could easily have been gold, and the team lost out on silver only after a Japanese protest. But Beth Tweddle's first Olympic medal in the uneven bars put any of those uneasy feelings to bed.
three to five medals
2012 so far:
one gold, one silver
four gold, one silver, one bronze
- Ben Ainslie's success and silver for Star sailors Iain Percy and Andrew Simpson means Britain are coasting close to their goal of three to five medals. British windsurfers
will find out if they get medals on Tuesday.
Stevie Morrison and Ben Rhodes
are third in the 49er class while the men's and women's 470s are both second in their respective fields.
Gold in the team jumping and silver in the team eventing is already in the bag and, after a strong showing in the dressage already,
Carl Hester, Laura Bechtolsheimer and Charlotte Dujardin
go for gold in the team event on Tuesday.
Brownlees target triathlon glory
- Also on Tuesday, brothers
Alistair and Jonny Brownlee
will be aiming to convert their World Series success into Olympic gold when they get set for Hyde Park.
who finished fourth in the 10m synchronised platform
event with Pete Waterfield last week, will be hoping to go at least one better when he competes in the men's 10m individual platform diving event on Saturday.
is the defending Olympic champion in the men's 1000m kayak - he struggled to reach the final but anything can happen on Wednesday.
will hope to make the final of the men's 200m kayak on Saturday, while
also have a chance the same day in the 200m kayak double.
Taekwondo - Lutalo Muhammad
, who was selected after a long drawn-out row at the expense of Aaron Cook, fights in the men's -80kg Olympic taekwondo category on Friday. Also fighting that day is world champion
Modern pentathlon -
heads the British women's challenge and joins up with world bronze medallist
World number five
and European silver medallist
go for Team GB in the men's event.
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