Today we saw Usain Bolt pick up gold medal number six making him Olympic's greatest sprinter. The Jamaican's beat the USA in world record time of 36.84 seconds at the Olympic Park.
There was of course more gold medal glory for Team GB too. Britain's Mo Farah claimed his second gold of the 2012 Olympics with a stunning win in the 5,000m. The 29-year-old had already won the 10,000m earlier in the Games and was determined to double the rewards.
Farah's wife is due to give birth to twin girls very soon and in his post race interview he said, "Those two medals are for my two girls. They can have one each."
The 28th gold came when boxer Luke Campbell won his bantamweight final, beating Ireland's John Joe Nevin. Campbell floored Nevin in the final round of their three-round contest as he recorded a 14-11 victory at ExCeL.
Over at the Aquatic Centre Tom Daley won a bronze for Team GB with an incredible display in the men's 10m platform, as USA's David Boudia took gold.
Sadly, tomorrow night it all comes to end, but there are a few more medals to hand out first.
There are gold medal finals for Men's Fly, Light, Welter, Light Heavy and Super Heavy categories on BBC Olympics from 1.30pm.
Join BBC Olympics from 14.50pm when USA take on Spain in the Men's Basketball gold medal match at the North Greenwich Arena. Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol are the best of friends both on and off the court, but tomorrow they'll be battling for a gold medal. Only one of the two Lakers stars can go home smiling!
Tomorrow's closing Ceremony will celebrate the achievements of athletes at the London 2012 Olympic Games, and includes a Handover from one Host City to the next. London will hand over to Rio de Janeiro for the 2016 Olympic Games. The Closing Ceremony also features the extinguishing of the Olympic Flame, signalling the end of the Games and even the Spice Girls will be in town too! Join the action from 9pm.
Read our preview to the Paralympic Games here
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Find out what James had to say about the loss of team mates Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh, and how Durant hopes the arrival of the team will spark a new wave of basketball fans.
With a top trainer like 1992 Olympic gold medalist Linford Christie, Team GB's 200m sprinter Margaret Adeoye is certainly in safe hands.
But training only gets tougher the closer she gets to stepping out in front of an audience of millions for those nail-biting 20-seconds.
Fiesty Margaret told us how she'll be giving her competitors a run for their money.
Earlier this year, we caught up with Carl Hester and Charlotte DuJardin to discuss their hopes and dreams for the London Olympic Games.
Since our meeting, Charlotte has broken the British World Record for a freestyle dressage routine, increasing expectation of a medal-winning performance in Greenwich.
Wallace Spearmon was deep into his victory lap after winning bronze in the 200m at Beijing, when news filtered through that he would not be stepping onto the podium. Due to drifting into an adjacent lane, Wallace was disqualified.
Such shuddering disappointment has fuelled his desire to make amends in London, and here he describes what it feels to be part of the USA team, the impact of mixing with the world's athletic elite, and how he feels ahead of his return to an Olympic stadium.
One thing is very clear from this interview with taekwondo fighter Diana Lopez – if you get on her wrong side, not only will you have her to deal with, but her several taekwondo practising brothers, too.
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They share their favourite Olympic moments with us, and let us in on whether it’s the fastest, lightest, highest, daintiest, or strongest athletes they’ve got their eye on this summer.