London 2012: Olympics day seven in pictures
The golds continued to flow for Team GB on day seven of the Olympic Games.
Rower Katherine Grainger finally realised her Olympic dream, winning gold in the double sculls with partner Anna Watkins. She had previously won silver in three consecutive Olympic Games.
Victoria Pendleton took gold in the women’s keirin in the Velodrome, making up for the disappointment of being disqualified the previous day from the team sprint.
Pendleton’s was not the only success in the Velodrome. The men’s team pursuit squad - Ed Clancy, Geraint Thomas, Peter Kennaugh and Steven Burke - won gold in their event, breaking the world record at the same time.
There was disappointment for Rebecca Adlington in the pool, but she still took home a bronze medal in the 800m freestyle.
Team GB rowers George Nash and William Satch took bronze in the men’s pair and Alan Campbell took bronze in the men’s single sculls.
Veteran British judo heavyweight Karina Bryant won bronze following a fight with Iryna Kindzerska of Ukraine.
- 1 Stratford roof-terrace restaurant destroyed by late-night fire
- 2 Homes under the Planner: Applications lodged and approved in Newham
- 3 The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee flypast: Where, and when, the planes will fly over north and east London
- 4 Man dies after falling unwell in Stratford
- 5 Queen’s Platinum Jubilee: Street parties and road closures in Newham
- 6 Girl, 17, held on suspicion of terrorism offences after east London arrest
- 7 Man held in murder probe after woman fatally stabbed in Custom House
- 8 Man charged with fatal stabbing of woman in Custom House
- 9 'Unexplained': Man dies after being found unresponsive in Plashet Park
- 10 Two teenagers charged after 12 phones nicked in stealing spree
Andy Murray won his semi-final against Novak Djokovic, and will play Roger Federer in the men’s singles finals on Sunday.
But Team GB’s women’s football team was out of the Olympics after losing to Canada.
Day seven left Team GB fourth in the medals table with 22 - eight gold, six silver and eight bronze. At the same point in the 2008 Beijing Games Britain had won just eight medals.
View our picture gallery of the best moments from day seven on this page.