Olympics Day 13: What you may have missed
BBC Sport rounds up the action you might have missed on Day 13 of London 2012.
ATHLETICS: Usain Bolt becomes the first man to retain both Olympic sprint titles as he leads home a gold and green Jamaica clean sweep in the 200m.
BOXING: Great Britain's Nicola Adams becomes the first female boxer to win an Olympic gold medal, outclassing Chinese great Ren Cancan in the flyweight final.
BOXING: Moments after Adams's historic win, Ireland's boxing sensation Katie Taylor wins her country's first gold medal of London 2012 by beating Sofya Ochigava.
ATHLETICS: David Rudisha becomes the first athlete to set a new world record on the track at London 2012 as he storms to 800m Olympic gold at the Olympic Stadium.
TAEKWONDO: Jade Jones claims British Taekwondo's first-ever Olympic gold medal by beating China's Yuzhuo Hou 6-4.
EQUESTRIAN: Great Britain take two medals in the individual dressage event as Charlotte Dujardin wins gold and Laura Bechtolsheimer secures bronze.
FOOTBALL: The USA beat Japan 2-1 at Wembley to avenge their 2011 World Cup final defeat and claim their fourth Olympic gold in women's football.
ATHLETICS: American runner Manteo Mitchell runs the last 200m of the Olympic men's 4x400m relay heats with a broken left leg.
SWIMMING: Great Britain's Keri-Anne Payne finishes fourth in the women's open water 10km swim, with Hungary's Eva Risztov taking gold.
ATHLETICS: Great Britain's Lynsey Sharp fails to qualify for the women's 800m Olympic final after a seventh-place finish in her semi-final.