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Live Reporting

Harry Poole and Gary Rose

All times stated are UK

  1. Another Olympics draws to a close...

    And that, my friends, is about all from us this morning.

    Unfortunately, we have almost reached the end of Tokyo 2020.

    We'll be back on the BBC Sport website with live coverage of the closing ceremony from 11:40 BST, TV coverage of which begins at 11:55.

    Until then, you can follow coverage on BBC One at the top of this page as the final medal of Tokyo 2020 is contested - plus there's plenty to reflect on after a whirlwind 16 days of competition.

    I'll leave you with Team GB and Team Ireland's golden moments on the final day of action.

    Thanks very much for your company over what has been a brilliant Olympic Games. Until next time!

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  2. How have Team GB fared?

    With their final day returns, Team GB have matched their medal total from London 2012.

    The gold medals won by Jason Kenny and Lauren Price this morning have taken GB's total haul to 65 medals, equalling their performance as hosts nine years ago and making Tokyo their second-most successful overseas Olympics after Rio 2016.

    Britain won 67 medals at the Rio Games - finishing second in the medal table - and UK Sport had set a medal target range of between 45 and 70 medals in Japan.

    In 2016, GB became the first country to improve on its medal tally in the Olympics after being the host. Now, they've become the first to equal or win more medals at each of the next two Games.

  3. 'GB cycling's richest performance'

    Chris Boardman

    Olympic cycling champion on BBC TV

    It's less medals but it is a better story.

    I like the fact you've got mountain biking and BMX and the club in Peckham.

    For me it is the richest performance they have had, even though it was not as rich as before.

  4. Where Team GB's medals were won...

    Cycling, swimming, athletics, boxing, diving, triathlon, pentathlon, equestrian, sailing, the list goes on. Success across the board for Team GB in Tokyo.

    Where GB's medal were won
  5. GB's lowest place in medal table since 2008

    Simon Gleave

    Head of sports analysis, Nielsen Gracenote

    Great Britain finishes in its lowest position on the medal table since Beijing 2008 when the team was also fourth. However, this is Team GB's second best performance at an overseas Olympics, after Rio 2016.

  6. GB finish fourth at Tokyo 2020

    That silver for the Russian Olympic Committee completes the medal table for the top six at Tokyo 2020.

    The USA will finish top of the table, with 39 golds. China are second with 38 golds, followed by hosts Japan with 27 golds.

    Team GB finish fourth with 22 golds, 21 silvers and 22 bronzes.

    Medal table
  7. 'Seven gold medals is really special'

    Here is what Jason and Laura Kenny had to say following their final outings at the Izu Velodrome in Tokyo...

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  8. 'Imagine being in a household with 12 gold medals'

    Chris Boardman

    Olympic cycling champion on BBC TV

    I've never seen a keirin like it. Jason Kenny is stubbornly and steadfastly understated. The ride was extraordinary. He spotted the gap and made the decision. There is no way back and he was totally committed. It was a great way to finish the cycling off.

    It was telling that he said 'I rode every race as if it was the final one.' I think that was the right way to approach it.

    He is one of the greatest Olympians ever but the juxtaposition with him as a person and the performances just don't mesh. He is a different character when the race is on.

    He thought this was it. He said 'I was counting down my career in hours'. He's been more relaxed and that's helped him. But imagine being in a household where you have 12 gold medals!

  9. Gold Medal - France

    Women's handball

    France have just beaten the Russian Olympic Committee 30-25 in the women's handball gold medal match.

    Last up at the Games, it's Greece versus Serbia in the men's water polo final.

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    Keeping up with the Kennys?

    There are, evidently, not many that can...

    Between them, Jason (nine) and Laura Kenny (six) have won 15 Olympic medals
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    Just the 15 Olympic medals in the Kenny household now.

    Oh yeah, and did we mention 12 of those medals are gold too?

    It's nine in all for Jason (seven golds, two silvers) and six for Laura (five golds, one silver).

    Jason Kenny is the most successful British Olympian, while Laura Kenny is Britain's most successful female Olympian
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    Meanwhile, Jason and Laura Kenny have been posing with their Tokyo medals.

    The couple now have just the 15 Olympic medals between them...

    Jason and Laura Kenny
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    GB boxers

    Tokyo bronze medallist Karriss Artingstall was in tears as she watched her flatmate Lauren Price receive her gold medal.

    Here is how Price won it.

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  14. Team GB boxing set-up is 'very inspirational'

    Nicola Adams

    Two-time Olympic gold medal boxer on BBC TV

    Nicola Adams spoke to Kat Downes and Sam Quek on Olympic Breakfast about the Team GB boxing set-up:

    "The Team GB boxing coaching staff in Sheffield have a really good team - doctors, physios, sports psychologists, nutritionists. You stay in the training camp all week and the coaching staff get to know what you're really good at.

    "You are always very inspired, There is a wall at the top of the gym with a photo of everyone who has won an Olympic medal with the last one saying 'this could be you' - it's just very inspirational to be there and everyone inspires you to be the best."

    How does it feel when Lauren Price says you were her inspiration?

    "That's what I said when I won my gold medal - I wanted to inspire the next generation. I am so happy."

    On names to look out for in the future...

    "Caroline Dubois was a bit unlucky but next time a bit more experience will help her."

    And on the rule change allowing professionals to go back to amateur status - an Adams comeback on the cards?

    "I prefer being here just sitting and watching. It's a lot of hard work and training that goes into it - you are training three times a day - conditioning in the morning and afternoon and boxing in the evening."

  15. 'I know he was looking down on me today'

    Women's middleweight final

    Team GB

    More from Lauren Price here, who was raised by her grandparents. Sadly, her grandfather passed away last year:

    "This is for him and my nan. I know he was looking down on me today and all week really.

    "I can’t really put it into words what they’ve done for me over the years and obviously I just love them both so much.

    "I can’t wait to go back and see my nan, see everyone and show my medal off."

  16. 'Work hard enough and you can achieve anything'

    Women's middleweight final

    Team GB

    Lauren Price spoke to BBC Sport after her gold medal-winning performance in the women's middleweight final.

    "I can’t really put it in to words. It’s a dream come true," she said.

    "It goes to show years of hard work - if you dream and work hard enough you can achieve anything.

    "Thanks to everyone who supported me from starting off at eight years old and a big shout-out to everyone who has supported me. Looks like we're getting a gold post-box outside my house!"

  17. Lauren Price wins boxing gold

    Women's middleweight final

    Tom Brown

    BBC Sport Wales in Tokyo

    She's a phenomenal all-round athlete - the likes of which we've never seen before.

    A four-time kickboxing world champion, international footballer and now an Olympic boxing champion.

    But Lauren Price is also one of the most humble people you could meet. Devoted to her nan and grandad who raised from when she was three days old.

    Her grandad Derek died in November. He never got to see his granddaughter at the Olympics.

    But he'll be looking down on her proudly today.

  18. 'That is total domination'

    Women's middleweight final

    Steve Bunce

    Commentator on BBC Radio 5 Live

    What a tournament it has been, Lauren Price, we will look back on this in three years and we might forget how difficult it was for her.

    Don't forget she was put up as the poster-woman not just for boxing but for the Olympics. She was in all of the ad campaigns.

    Great backstory, she was taken in by her grandparents when she was just three days old and it got harder before it got better.

    All those years going on the road, boxing in the Commonwealth championships and coming up short. Being beaten in European games and Worlds.

    Clawing her way up slowly, to being in the top 10 and finally in this Olympic cycle the last two or three years becoming the world champion, European champion, European Olympic qualifying champion and now the Olympic champion - that is total domination.

  19. GB secure fourth-placed finish

    With only one more potential gold medal for the Russian Olympic Committee, Team GB can't be caught and will finish fourth in the medal table.

    Here's how the medal table looks as it stands...