BBC Sport rounds up the action you might have missed on Day 12 of London 2012.
Great Britain's Nicola Adams
secures at least a silver medal
by reaching the final of the women's flyweight competitions.
Nick Skelton misses out on winning an individual Olympic showjumping medal for Britain after
clipping a fence in the final round.
Saudi Arabia's Sarah Attar makes history in the 800m heats by becoming the
first woman from her country to compete
in athletics at the Olympic Games.
Bolt & Blake dominate 200m semi-finals
breaks her own British record
in the hammer with a throw of 71.98m to reach Friday's final.
Defending champions Netherlands
squeeze through to the Olympic women's final
by beating New Zealand in a shootout.
Great Britain's Mo Farah
finishes third in his 5,000m heat
to automatically qualify for the final and stay in contention for double Olympic gold.
470 crew Hannah Mills and Saskia Clark of Great Britain
guarantee themselves an Olympic medal
and will race New Zealand for gold on Friday.
Olympic 100m champion
Usain Bolt secures his place in the 200m final,
winning his semi-final with ease.
wins 200m gold
after previously taking silver in both Athens and Beijing.
Cuba's Lazaro Borges
snaps his pole
as he attempts to clear 5.35m in the men's pole vault competition.