Anthony Joshua celebrates after wining the gold medal for the men’s super heavyweight over 91-kg. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
UPDATE 08/13/12: Team GB completes Britain’s most successful Olympics for 108 years ending the Games with 29 Gold Medals. The final gold medal was won by Anthony Joshuain the men’s super heavyweight boxing division. The medal victories brought Team GB’s tally to 65, with 29 golds, 17 silver and 19 bronze – its biggest win since 1908. See who else brought in the final victories!
Luke Campbell wins the gold medal in the men’s bantamweight 64-kg boxing competition. (Photo via AP)
Ed McKeever wins gold in the final of the men’s kayak 200m sprint event. (Photo via AP)
Jade Jones wins first Olympic taekwondo gold medal for Team GB. (Photo via AP)
Nicola Adams becomes the first woman to win the Olympic boxing gold. (Photo via AP)
UPDATE 08/09/12: It is the first Olympic Games in which women competed inside the boxing ring attracting much attention – Team GB’s Nicola Adams became the first woman to win the Olympic boxing gold over China’s Ren Cancan. Earlier in the hour, Charlotte Dujardin won her second gold of the Games in individual dressage at Greenwich Park.
Charlotte Dujardin, on her horse Valegro, waves to the crowd. (Photo via AP)
Sir Chris Hoyclaims his sixth gold. (Photo/AP)
UPDATE 08/07/2012: Team GB has now won seven of the 10 track cycling events at the London Velodrome with Sir Chris Hoy winning a record breaking six career gold medals. Hoy told BBC News, “This is enough for me, this is the perfect end to my Olympic career.” Laura Trott joins Hoy in winning multiple golds being the first female British cyclist to win two gold medals in one Olympics. Let’s take a look at who else has won!
Laura Trott, 20, becomes the first female track cyclist to claim two golds at a single Games for Britain. (Photo via AP)
Alistair Brownlee, right, won the men’s triathlon and his brother Jonny finished third. (Photo via AP)
- Jason Kenny triumphs in the sprint cycling event. (Photo via AP)
Nick Skelton, Ben Maher, Scott Brash and Peter Charles win the team equestrian jumping. (Photo via AP)
Andy Murray crushes Roger Federer to win Olympic gold. (AP Photo/Victor R. Caivano)
UPDATE 8/5/2012: Andy Murray, Britain’s great tennis hope, finally made good on his early promise with a victory over his sport’s greatest champion, Switzerland’s Roger Federer, in the men’s singles Olympic final. The gold medal brings Team GB’s medal haul to 16 on Sunday (August 5), adding on to their earlier wins.
Ben Ainslie won his fourth straight gold medal in sailing on Sunday (August 5). He has five total Olympic medals, making him the most decorated sailor in history. (Press Association via AP Images)
Mo Farah carries the British flag after securing gold in the 10,000m track and field event. (Rex Features via AP)
Jessica Ennis, the pin-up of British athletics, celebrates after winning gold in the women’s heptathlon on Saturday (August 4), which consists of seven track and field events: 100m hurdles, the high jump, shot put, 200m, long jump, javelin, and 800m. (Rex Features via AP)
Greg Rutherford pulled off a surprise victory in the long jump on Saturday (August 4). (Press Association via AP)
(From left to right) Dani King, Laura Trott, and Joanna Rowsell nabbed the gold in the track cycling women’s pursuit team event on Saturday (August 4). (AP Photo/Christophe Ena)
(From left to right) Pete Reed, Andrew Triggs Hodge, Alex Gregory and Tom James raced to gold in the men’s four rowing event. (Photo: Stephen Pond/PA Wire.)
Katherine Copeland (left) and Sophie Hosking won gold in the lightweight women’s double sculls rowing event on Saturday (August 4). (AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko)
(From left to right) Edward Clancy, Steven Burke, Peter Kennaugh and Geraint Thomas won gold in the men’s cycling team pursuit event. (Rex Features via AP Images)
Anna Watkins, left, and Katherine Grainger win the double sculls. (Photo/AP)
Tim Baillie, front, and Etienne Stott win canoe double slalom. (Photo/AP)
Peter Wilson shows off his medal after winning the double trap shooting event. (Photo/AP)
Philip Hindes, Jason Kenny, and Sir Chris Hoy display the gold medals they won in the men’s cycling team sprint event on August 2. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)
Bradley Wiggins on his way to his fourth cycling Olympic gold and his British record-breaking seventh medal. (Rex Features via AP)
Britain’s Helen Glover (left) and Heather Stanning became Team GB’s first gold medals in the 2012 games, winning the women’s pair rowing final. (Stephen Pond/PA Wire, Press Association via AP Images)
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