12:02 – JUDO – Gibbons is through to the Women's -78kg semi-final. The University of East London student produces an O-uchi-gari against 2009 world champion Marhinde Verkerk with six seconds to go.
12:10 – ROWING – Now the Men's Lightweight Four final. 2010 World Champions Great Britain will be racing in lane three and are aiming to win its first Olympic medal in this boat class. We are off!
12:17 - ROWING – GOLD FOR SOUTH AFRICA, SILVER FOR GB! What a stunner, just as in the previous final. A team from nowhere has produced a storming finish. They were fourth with 500m to go but got home by the narrowest of margins to pip GB with Denmark third. Just 0.32 seconds separated the top three.
13:44 - CANOEING - Hounslow and Florence both had disappointments in the one-man competition but they have put them aside to reach the final. They are quickest and with five pairs yet to go, are assured of a place in the showpiece. The duo, who finished fourth in last year's World Championships, negotiated the notorious stretch of water they call "Ben Nevis" – the second of two sheer drops which make the approach to the 18th and 19th gates so treacherous - this time.
14:48 - JUDO - Gibbons has nothing to lose and again almost throws Tcheumeo. Good defence again from France. Gibbons lands on her back but she was rolling after making the throw, so no Ippon. And she's done it! An Ippon with a minute remaining! What a throw by Gibbons! She's beaten the world champion! Crazed scenes as the local girl gets at least silver!
14:49 - JUDO - Britain's Gemma Gibbons is in tears as she knows she has won a silver, a total outsider and she's got to face the world no.2 in the final, having beaten the world no.3. Wow.
15:06 - SHOOTING - Wilson is the youngest finalist by 13 years and two more down. He maintains his three point lead.
15:21 - CANOEING - A fantastic run from Stott and Baillie as they go through in 106.41, two seconds quicker than anything we saw earlier today! What a way to kick things off in this final. Sixth in the 2011 World Championships, they are hoping for a medal today.
15:22 - SHOOTING - Wilson took up shooting after suffering serious nerve damage to his shoulder in a snowboarding accident. He is 20 successful shots away from Olympic gold.
15:29 - CANOEING - France's Gauthier Klauss and Matthieu Peche next up on course. They came fifth in the world championships in 2010 and were outside contenders for a medal prior to the start. A two-second penalty right at the end kills their hopes of gold and they are through in 109.17. They wouldn't have matched the time of the leaders in any case but striking the gate was critical. Stott and Baillie now guaranteed of a medal!
15:36 - CANOEING - BRITAIN WIN GOLD AND SILVER! - Florence and Hounslow are 0.36 seconds slower than their compatriots but another clean run adds gold to silver for Britain! Fantastic scenes for Team GB!
15:37 - SHOOTING - That is two gold medals within the space of 90 seconds for the hosts! 6' 6" Wilson is an Olympic champion at the age of 25.
16.11 - JUDO - It is gold for Kayla Harrison of America - but STILL A FANTASTIC SILVER FOR GEMMA GIBBONS OF THE TEAM GB!!!! The two yukos proved to be enough for Harrison who has just won the USA's first ever gold in Judo. But Gibbons is a surprise and welcome silver – she beat three players in the top 10 to get this far and what a fantastic achievement in her home city. Raised in Charlton and living in Greenwich – Gemma Gibbons of London is an Olympic silver medallist.
18.15 - CYCLING - Chris Hoy, Jason Kenny and Philip Hindes post a NEW WORLD RECORD of 42.177 and are into the final. They will go up against France for gold. Germany, who took gold at the worlds in both 2010 and 2011, have to settle for a bronze medal match against 2012 world champions Australia.
18.55 - CYCLING - GOLD FOR GREAT BRITAIN, THEIR THIRD OF THE DAY! 19-year-old Philip Hindes was .005 quicker than multiple world champion Bauge after the first leg, Kenny stretched the lead and Hoy rounded off a world record time of 42.6 - a fifth Olympic gold for Sir Chris!