LIVE: Olympics – follow all the action on the final day as it happens
07:25 GMT, 12 August 2012
You can keep track of all the latest news, views and pictures from the Olympic Park and beyond with our live coverage. This is your ultimate guide to all the action as it unfolds during London 2012…
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8.15: The big stories just keep coming at the Olympics. Mo Farah topped the race of his life last Saturday by repeating the trick yesterday evening to win gold in the 5000m.
As the sporting action inside the Olympic Stadium came to a close, the 29-year-old made British sporting history.
8.10: And give this event a chance. I found it slow going yesterday but the suspense built as it progressed.
After the fencing is 200m swimming and even some horse riding.
But the drama comes at the end of the day when the combined events of shooting and running crown the champion.
At these Games, the women's event will be the last gold medal – so keep an eye on it.
8.05: And the early birds are already out in the modern pentathlon.
The fencing has begun at the Copper Box, where Britain has representation in Mhairi Spence and Samantha Murray.
Just to clear a few things up there are 36 competitors in all, with each one facing each other in a round robin format.
Each fencing bout is one minute long and the first to score a hit wins. If neither score a hit then both pentathletes lose the bout.
8:00: So sadly here we are, the last day of London 2012 and the final act of what has been a highly successful Olympic Games.
I admit I had my doubts, but these Games have gone far and beyond my expectations.
But now is not the time for reflection – we still have loads of action to get through before London 2012 really ends – and there may be a couple more British medals too…
Plunge: Tom Daley celebrates his bronze