1/16 Stephen Parry claims Great Britain's second medal of the Olympic games with a bronze in the 200m butterfly.
2/16 Helen Reeves wins bronze for Team GB in the canoeing event.
3/16 Shropshire school teacher Alison Williamson, wins bronze in the final of the women's archery.
4/16 Pippa Funnell's performance helps win silver in the three-day eventing team competition.
5/16 17-year-old Amir Khan (blue) defeats his Greek opponent in the first round of the boxing lightweight competition
6/16 But bad luck for Winston Gordon who gets beaten in the men's 90kg judo semi-final.
7/16 Matthew Pinsent, Ed Coode, James Cracknell and Steve Williams row their way effortlessly into the coxless fours final.
8/16 Badminton pair Nathan Robertson and Gail Emms celebrate after beating Denmark and sealing a place in the mixed doubles final.
9/16 Chris Hoy celebrates as he smashes the Olympic record in the cycling 1km time trial to win a fantastic gold.
10/16 This photo finish shot shows how close the coxless fours race was as Great Britain's boat crosses the line 0.08 seconds ahead of the Canadian crew.
11/16 Matthew Pinsent's fourth consecutive gold medal brings a tear to his eye.
12/16 A distraught Paula Radcliffe is lead away by friends after pulling out of the marathon after 23 miles.
13/16 Ben Ainslie celebrates winning the men's single handed dinghy finn finals race.
14/16 Kelly Sotherton finishes the heptathlon in style, sealing the bronze medal.
15/16 Cycling team Steve Cummings, Paul Manning, Chris Newton and Bradley Wiggins in action before finishing second to win the silver medal in the men's track cycling team pursuit final against Australia.
16/16 Kelly Holmes is overjoyed after winning gold in the women's 800m race in spectacular style.