Will there ever be another night as good as this for British sport? Who knows, perhaps there is more to come as London 2012 continues this week and you could forgive the home fans for getting greedy for more gold after a remarkable night at the Olympic Stadium.
Indeed, the brilliant home crowd at London's glittering 80,000 capacity Olympic athletics arena played no small part in the success story on Saturday night, as huge roars from the stands lifted Mo Farah, Jessica Ennis and Greg Rutherford in their respective quests for gold.
Reviewing his experience for the BBC, 10,000m winner Farah noted how the fans had contributed to his success, stating, "The atmosphere when you walk into that stadium, it's like someone gave you 10 cups of coffee. I was pumped up so much. If it wasn't for the crowd, I don't think I would have won that race. It was very close."
Having celebrated on the track afterwards with his family, Farah added, "To be Olympic champion right on your doorstep is the best moment of my life and to see my wife and daughter on the track was incredible. It hasn't quite sunk in yet. It's unbelievable."
Heptathlon gold medalist Ennis also specifically thanked supporters in the stadium, explaining how the crowd had helped her. "It's like nothing I've ever experienced before," the Sheffield superstar enthused in her BBC interview on Sunday morning. "I do enjoy competing in front of a big crowd and having that support behind me but it was unbelievable in there. As soon as I walked out into the stadium for the first event, the hurdles, the crowd was just so loud it gave me goose bumps and made me want to raise my game that bit more."
After his triumph in the Long Jump, Rutherford also told the BBC, "The crowd were absolutely incredible and everyone at home has supported us so much. I'm so fortunate to have my folks here in the crowd and it hasn't really sunk in yet. This is what I've dreamt of for my entire life! What a night for British athletics, three golds out of a possible three really."
He later went on to interact with his growing fan base on Twitter, adding, "...I have had 32000 new followers! I didn't expect that. Welcome everyone. Just to let you all know. I get the medal tomorrow :) I will cry."
Well, we say no worries Greg, let the tears flow!
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