LIVE: Olympics – follow all the action on day 12 as it happens
07:24 GMT, 8 August 2012
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8.15am: It is another packed schedule around the country today, with action of course in London, but also back over Eton Dorney and down in Weymouth.
British interest begins in earnest on the water in Buckinghamshire, where legendary canoeist Tim Brabants will be defending his men's K1 title at 9.30am.
8.10am: So, how to top it
8.00am:Good morning one and all, and welcome to Sportsmail's coverage of what we expect will be another glorious day for Great Britain.
Now, I know that this intro could have written an practically any other morning of the last fortnight, but, WHAT A DAY YESTERDAY!
Britain rocketted through their Beijing record of golds, claiming four more, and crowing an all-time great to boot.
Sir Chris Hoy secured the final of those coveted gongs – Team GB's 22 of these Games, and his sixth overall – taking his lead from up-and-coming track star Laura Trott after her glory in the omnium.
Earlier across London, Alistair Brownlee led the field – including his third-placed brother Jonny – home in the triathlon, before the British dressage team got their hands on gold over in Greenwich Park.
See, told you it was special.
The real McHoy: Sir Chris became Britain's greatest ever Olympian with his sixth gold medal