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Summary

  1. Men's Bronze Medal Match - Russia v Netherlands at 02:00 BST
  2. Men's Final - Italy v Brazil at 03:59 BST

Live Reporting

By Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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  1. Good night!

    So Usain Bolt did what Usain Bolt does. Jade Jones did what Jade Jones does.

    Team GB did what Team GB does.

    And now it's time for us all to get some rest and do it all again tomorrow.

    It's been a pleasure, as ever.

  2. Team GB

    Track the medals

    Great Britain have now won 22 golds, and 56 medals in total at these Games. An incredible haul.

    Find out more on each and every one here. 

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  3. Bolt by a mile

    Men's 200m final

    Usain Bolt might have been disappointed with his time but look at how far back the rest of the field are.

    Bolt
  4. Handball

    Solskjaer-esque?

    Watch here to see Norway's last gasp equaliser in the women's handball semi-final against Russia. 

  5. Smile!

    A smile and a selfie for everyone.

    Bolt
  6. 'Elvis is in the building'

    Aimee Lewis

    BBC Sport in Rio

    Fans are craning their necks just to get a glimpse of Usain Bolt. "Boooolt!" they scream just to get him to look their way. They've seen him perform and they want to see more. He glimpses up every now and again, and they yell as if the Beatles or Elvis were in the building. 

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  7. Bolt's 200m times

    Usain Bolt ran 19.78 seconds to win his seventh global 200m title. Here are those times in those finals:

    2008 Olympic Games, Beijing - 19.30 WR

    2009 World Championships, Berlin - 19.19 WR

    2011 World Championships, Daegu - 19.40 

    2012 Olympic Games, London - 19.32

    2013 World Championships, Moscow - 19.66

    2015 World Championships, Beijing - 19.55

    2016 Olympic Games, Rio - 19.78

  8. Have Brazilian fans been burned?

    Alistair Magowan

    BBC Sport in Rio

    Beach volleyball

    Maybe it's the damp weather, maybe it's because Brazil lost both the bronze and gold medal match in the women's beach volleyball last night, or maybe it's because it was a Dutch-Russian bronze medal match tonight, which the Netherlands won, but there is a distinct lack of energy in the Copacabana arena. 

    Still, there is another 45 minutes until home favourites Bruno Schmidt and Alison Cerutti take on Italian pair Paolo Nicolai and Daniele Lupo so plenty of time for the locals to turn up. Cariocas like to leave it late and the warm-up man is giving it both barrels. 

  9. Runaway victory! Jordan take evasive action to win gold

    Men's 68kg Taekwondo final

    Jordan's Abughaush takes evasive action to win gold!

    Here's something you haven't seen before...

  10. Taekwondo

    Jordan's first ever gold in men's 68kg

    Jordan have their first ever medal and its gold!

    Watch it here as Jordan hero Ahmad Abughaush beats Russia's Alexey Denisenko in the final of the men's 68kg Taekwondo.

  11. 'Senses working overtime'

    Tom Fordyce

    Chief sports writer in Rio

    Bolt often looks like he's working much harder over 200m. Even in WR Berlin '09 grimaces & strain. But also genuine disappointment with time.

  12. Daley v Ashton - who'd win?

  13. A busy night awaits

    Men's decathlon

    Aimee Lewis

    BBC Sport in Rio

    Ashton Eaton's decathlon finished quite a while ago,  but the Olympic champion is still weaving his way through what the media call the 'mixed zone' -  podiums of broadcasters wanting a word, or two. There's only one man who is more in demand and that is Usain Bolt. Who knows what time he'll be finished with his edit duties.

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  14. Will he make it nine?

  15. Eight down, one to go

    Bolt golds
  16. Bolt's special numbers

    8 - Number of Olympic titles won

    9.58 - 100m world record

    19.19 - 200m world record

    21 - Age at which he won his first Olympic gold

    30 - Age he will turn on Sunday

    2007 - Year he last lost over 200m at a major championships

  17. Get involved #bbcrio2016

    Rodney Watson: What are we going to do without Usain Bolt? In races we'll all be saying "What if Usain was there?"    

    Rick: Bolt is a legend. That is all   

    Douglas Cramphorn: Bolt looked fatigued towards the end.....but still destroyed everybody else! 3rd olympics on the trot and he's still at it! WOW!  

  18. 'The greatest sprinter that ever lived'

    Men's 200m final

    Mike Costello

    Radio 5 live athletics correspondent

    The end of an era. The greatest sprinter that has ever lived. His action might only last 10 or 20 seconds but people remember it for much. much longer. Now the sport has to find the future without him.

  19. A cast of legends

    Ali

    Usain Bolt: "I am trying to be one of the greatest. Be among Ali and Pele."

    Pele

    "I hope after these Games I will be in that bracket."  

    usain Bolt
  20. 'Bolt has stamped his mark on history'

    Men's 200m final

    Michael Johnson

    Four-time Olympic gold medallist athlete on BBC One

    The rest of those guys could not respond to what looked like fatigue for Usain Bolt. You could see him grimace towards the end and look at the screen. We have never seen him look at that screen so much to see if those guys were making up ground on him, but they were not. 

    Usain has stamped his mark on history and this sport. He is the model by which people will judge future sprinters. People will identify talent based on what they have seen Bolt do over the years.