That's it for tonight from AFP's live report but join us again Sunday for the final day of London 2012 when we've got the men's marathon, the USA v Spain basketball final and, of course, the closing ceremony. Here's a reminder of some of today's highlights:
+ Usain Bolt claimed a second three-gold medal haul in successive Games as Jamaica stormed to a world record-breaking 4x100m relay victory in 36.84sec.
+ Britain's Mo Farah clinched the long distance double with a determined win in the 5,000m, having already claimed gold in the 10,000m, while Russia's Mariya Savinova held off South Africa's Caster Semenya to win the 800m.
+ USA's women's basketball team easily defeated France to win their fifth gold in a row and America's women had success on the track with a huge win in the 4x400m relay.
+ Mexico shocked five-time world champions Brazil to win the men's football final 2-1 while Germany won the men's field hockey title with a win over former champions The Netherlands.
+ American diver David Boudia took the gold from Chinese favourite Qui Bo in the 10m platform final, leaving Britain's Tom Daley with bronze.
+ Boxing middleweight Ryota Murata won Japan's first boxing gold in 48 years, Briton Luke Campbell took out the bantamweight and China Zou Shiming retained his light flyweight title. Ukraine's Oleksandr Usyk was crowned heavyweight king.
2229 GMT: We'll leave you as always with our PHOTO OF THE DAY: Bolt powering to a new world record for the Jamaican team in the 4x100m relay.
And our TWEET OF THE DAY comes from the British PM David Cameron at @Number10gov after that stunning win by Mo Farah in 5,000m on the back of his 10,000m win earlier in the Games: "@Mo_Farah is an Olympic legend and a true British hero. We can all be proud of his extraordinary achievement."
- British prime minister David Cameron
2219 GMT: Having just about caught our breath after that epic night of medal winning, here are the medal table standings at the end of the penultimate day of London 2012...
The USA retains its lead with 44 golds out of a total of 102. China sticks in second place with 38 golds out of 87 overall and Britain stays in third with 28 golds from a total of 62.
2213 GMT: BASKETBALL: NBA star LeBron James @KingJames congratulates the US women's team after their resounding win over France. He tweets: "Congrats to our Women's hoop squad on winning gold once again! Amazing and historic run they've been on. #USA."
2209 GMT: DIVING: China's Qui Bo may have missed out on gold but he says he'll be back for more: "It's already happened and I cannot do anything but it is ok, I am still young and I will be back."
Meanwhile British diver Tom Daley says he's happy with bronze and dedicates it to his father who died from brain cancer last year: "It's the one medal that was missing from my collection. It means so much to me. I really wish my dad was here to see me do that performance because we had such a long, tough journey together."
2203 GMT: In the other placings for that over-80kg taekwondo competition, Cuba's Robelis Despaigne won the first bronze after twice world champion Dada Modibo Keita of Mali pulled out of their medal bout with cruciate ligament damage.
China's Liu Xiaobo uset three-time world champion Bahri Tanrikulu of Turkey 3-2 courtesy of a three-point head kick in the first round to take the second bronze.
2158 GMT: MOLFETTA OF ITALY WINS MEN'S OVER-80KG TAEKWONDO GOLD.
Carlo Molfetta won the men's over-80kg taekwondo title as beaten finalist Anthony Obame of Gabon became his country's first ever Olympic medallist.
Molfetta claimed a judges' decision after the fighters were locked at 9-9 even following a sudden death period of golden point.
2152 GMT: TAEKWONDO: The crowd is definitely on Anthony Obame's side in the men's heavyweight taekwondo final against Carlo Molfetta of Italy," says Barnaby Chesterman from what is the last medal event of the night. "Obame's already secured Gabon's first ever Olympic medal and he's trying to top it off with a gold!"
2149 GMT: UKRAINE'S USYK WINS MEN'S HEAVYWEIGHT BOXING GOLD.
Ukraine's Oleksandr Usyk won the men's heavyweight (91kg) gold with a 14-11 win over Italy's Clemente Russo.
Having lost in the semi-finals, Azebaijan's Teymur Mammadov and Bulgaria's Tervel Pulev won bronze medals.
2144 GMT: "Bruce Springsteen's Born in the USA blares over the loudspeakers as the medal podium is assembled after the USA's 86-50 triumph," Jim tells us. "USA players hugging each in joy after the triumph. French ones the same after a silver that is the first medal in women's basketball for France.
"USA's fifth gold in a row is the third gold in a row for Sue Bird, Diana Taurasi and Tamika Catchings and the trio are in an embrace walking around and laughing and smiling waiting to get their medals."
2137 GMT: USA WOMEN WIN FIFTH BASKETBALL GOLD IN ROW.
The Americans smashed France 86-50 to take the title for the fifth consecutive Games, with Candace Parker scoring a game-high 21 points.
Jim Slater had this to say in the final moments: "US women went on a 19-0 run in the third quarter and that has sealed France's loss. Every US player has now scored in a dominating performance. US speed and defence too much for France.
"It's going to be the fifth gold medal in a row for the US women and their 41st consecutive Olympic game triumph in a row. They haven't lost since the 1992 semi-finals."
2135 GMT: Mandic's win hands Serbia their first gold medal of these Games and their first ever Olympic medal in taekwondo.
Twice European champion Anastasia Baryshnikova of Russia took the first bronze with a sudden-death, golden point victory over Lee In-Jong of South Korea. Mexico's Maria Espinoza took the other bronze with a 4-2 win over Cuba's Glenhis Hernandez.
2131 GM: SERBIA'S MANIC WINS WOMEN'S OVER-67KG TAEKWONDO GOLD.
Milica Mandic takes the gold for Serbia with a 9-7 victory over France's Anne-Caroline Graffe.
2126 GMT: JAPAN'S MURATA WINS MEN'S MIDDLEWEIGHT BOXING GOLD.
Ryota Murata won Japan's first Olympic boxing gold for 48 years when he claimed the middleweight (75kg) title with a 14-13 win over Brazil's Esquiva Falcao.
Having lost in the semi-finals, Uzbekistan's Abbos Atoev and Britain's Anthony Ogogo won bronze medals.
2124 GMT: ATHLETICS: Two "legends" are up on the podium together now -- Bolt and Farah -- as the party continues in the stadium.
Farah does Bolt's 'lightning' celebration while Bolt repays the favour by doing the Mobot (that's his thing with the hands on the head, in case wondering). A brilliant moment to end a spectacular final night of London 2012 athletics.
2117 GMT: NORWAY WINS WOMEN'S HANDBALL GOLD. The Norwegians defeated Montenegro 26-23 in the final.
2013 GMT: DIVING: More on that winning dive.. judges awarded Boudia 102.60 for a back two and a half somersault with two and a half twists, trumping Daley's previous 90.75 dive and leaving Qiu Bo with the task of bettering Boudia's score to win gold.
But the Chinese world champion finished short with 100.80 for a back two and a half somersault with two and a half twists to hand gold to the American. The greater degree of difficulty of Boudia and Bo's final attempts meant Daley could do no better than bronze.
2106 GMT: BASKETBALL: Back at the women's final, Jim Slater reports: "Candace Parker finishes with nine points in a 13-2 USA run during much of the second quarter that gave the US women a 37-23 lead.
"Edwige Lawson-Wade's free throws pulled France within 37-25 at half-time but Parker has 15 points and nine rebounds and the French have no answer for her.
"France forced six turnovers and made six steals but failed to convert of most of the opportunities and that has left them in a bind."
2101 GMT: USA's David Boudia scores 568.65 in the 10m platform diving final to take the gold from Chinese favourite Qiu Bo who wins silver. Tom Daley claims bronze giving Great Britain its first individual Olympic diving medal since 1960.
2059 GMT: USA'S BOUDIA WINS MEN'S 10M PLATFORM GOLD MEDAL.
2157 GMT: DIVING: A fantastic final dive from Daley, which must have at least guaranteed him a medal -- the question is, which colour..?
USA's Boudia also nails his final dive to take him beyond Daley, with Bo still to dive...
2055 GMT: Roars from the crowd as showman Bolt leads them in a Mexican medal after collecting his third gold of the Games. Earlier he said: "It's always a beautiful thing to end on this note. Last year we did it at the world championships, this year we did it again, so for me it's wonderful feeling to end on a high note.
"It was a great championships, I'm happy. The team came out and gave it their all. I knew it (world record) was possible, I wish we could have gone faster but I guess we leave room for improvement!"
2051 GMT: ATHLETICS: Tonight's athletics events are sadly over but there's still a captive audience for the victory ceremonies, with Bolt and co taking to the podium now to huge cheers from a sell-out stadium.
2046 GMT: CUBA'S IGLESIAS WINS MEN'S LIGHT WELTERWEIGHT BOXING GOLD.
Cuba's Roniel Iglesias won the men's Olympic light welterweight (64kgs) gold with a 22-15 win over Ukraine's Denys Berinchyk.
Having lost in the semi-finals, Mongolia's Munkh-Erdene Uranchimeg and Italy's Vincenzo Mangiacapre won bronze medals.
2043 GMT: DIVING: After five rounds Tom Daley leads with 466.20, with only the narrowest of margins separating him from the USA's David Boudia (466.05 ) and China's Qiu Bo (466.05). The standards are high and the competition is fierce...
2038 GMT: So many medals to play for tonight, it's hard to keep up... but we'll try! In BASKETBALL the women's gold medal match is under way the the USA leading France 22-15
"Americans are on an 11-2 run after France took a brief lead," Jim Slater tells us. "French have played well but USA controls the tempo and forced five first-period turnovers to only one for the French."
2032 GMT: GERMANY WINS MEN'S HOCKEY GOLD.
They take the men's field hockey title for the second successive time with a thrilling 2-1 win over former champions The Netherlands.
Both goals were scored by Jan Philipp Rabente, who thus denied The Netherlands their dream of becoming the first nation to win both hockey titles in the same Games.
2027 GMT: CHINA'S ZOU WINS MEN'S LIGHT FLYWEIGHT BOXING GOLD.
China's defending world and Olympic champion Zou Shiming won the men's light flyweight (46-49kg) gold with a 13-10 win over Thailand's Kaeo Pongprayoon.
Having lost in the semi-finals, Ireland's Paddy Barnes and Russia's David Ayrapetyan won bronze medals.
2024 GMT: DIVING: Back at the men's 10m platform diving finals David Boudia of USA has taken a surprise lead by five points after three rounds, with the two Chinese athletes Qiu Bo and Lin Yue poised in second and third.
Britain's medal hope Daley has slipped to fourth place but just seven points away from a medal...
2019 GMT: BRITAIN'S CAMPBELL WINS MEN'S BOXING GOLD.
Luke Campbell defeated Ireland's John Joe Nevin 14-11 to claim Britain's second boxing title of the London Games. Having lost in the semi-finals, Cuba's Lazaro Alvarez and Japan's Satoshi Shimizu won bronze medals.
"It's a dream come true," said the 24-year-old Campbell from Hull. "My plan was simple: stay calm, stick to my boxing, keep things straight down the middle, no wild swings, and bring it home." He did just that.
2015 GMT: So the quartet of Nesta Carter, Michael Frater, Yohan Blake and Usain Bolt have beaten their previous record of 37.04sec set in the 2011 worlds in Daegu. And the United States equalled that previous world record to set a national record of 37.04sec. Trinidad and Tobago took bronze in 38.12sec.
2006 GMT: Usain Bolt takes Jamaica to victory smashing the world record by finishing in 36.84 seconds and leaving behind the Americans with silver.
The Jamaicans and Americans were virtually neck and neck up to the third baton change but Yohan Blake drove them forward in the third leg, racing ahead on the bend, and Bolt charged on in his inimitable style to win gold.
2000 GMT: JAMAICA WIN 4X100M RELAY IN NEW WORLD RECORD.
1958 GMT: ATHLETICS. Back on the track athletes are gearing up for the last race -- and it's the big one! The men's 4x100m relay.
It's Usain Bolt's chance to add a third gold medal to his 2012 collection and he's almost certain to do so, running the final leg in a strong Jamaican team including sprint silver medallist Yohan Blake.
The Jamaicans set a world record of 37.04 in the 2011 worlds in Daegu and Bolt has mooted that it could be broken....
1955 GMT: UZBEKISTAN'S TAYMAZOV WINS MEN'S 120KG FREESTYLE WRESTLING GOLD.
It's 33-year-old Artur Taymazov's third consecutive Olympic men's 120kg freestyle wrestling gold medal in a defeat over Georgia's Davit Modzmanashvili who takes silver.
Bronze medals went to Iran's Komeil Ghasemi and Russia's Bilyal Makhov, a three-time world champion.
1952 GMT: RUSSIAN CHICHEROVA WINS WOMEN'S HIGH JUMP.
Anna Chicherova managed a best of 2.05 metres to claim victory while American Brigetta Barrett won silver with 2.03m ahead of Russian Svetlana Shkolina, who took bronze.
1849 GMT: DIVING: Meanwhile in the aquatics centre the men's 10m platform diving finals have kicked off. And there's controversy already as Britain's Tom Daley challenges his first dive after claiming that he was distracted by flash photography.
The referee grants it and he nails his re-dive! He manages his 'rip entry', scoring 91.80 -- enough to take him into second place halfway through the first round. But China's Qiu Bo is the man to beat.
1844 GMT: So the American's have earned their sixth relay title in row -- and it was theirs from the start.
The British team, including Perri Shakes-Drayton and Christine Ohuruogu, were out of contention early and eventually finished fifth place.
1939 GMT: TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO'S WALCOTT WINS MEN'S JAVELIN TITLE.
Walcott becomes at 19 the youngest winner of the gold medal after throwing a national record of 84.58 metres while Oleksandr Pyatnytsya of Ukraine takes silver (84.51) and Finland's Antti Ruuskanen the bronze (84.12).
Walcott gave his country their first athletics Olympic medal ever outside the sprint events.
1936 GMT: The American quartet dominated thoughout the race, with 400m gold medallist Sanya Richards-Ross bringing them home in 3:16:88 -- just off the world record.
The Russia team took silver while Jamaica, unable to catch them on the final leg, had to settle for bronze.
1933 GMT: USA WIN WOMEN'S 4X400M FINAL.
1930 GMT: BRAZIL WIN WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL GOLD.
Brazil beat the United States in the final 3-1 (11-25, 25-17, 25-20, 25-17), delivering what could be a volleyball double for the country, whose men's team will take on Russia in their final on Sunday.
1929 GMT: So it's official, Farah has joined Bolt in "legend" status. Next up on the track we've got the women's 4x400m relay where the USA will be battling for gold against Jamaica.
1924 GMT: The superlatives are pouring out on Twitter to describe Mo Farah's performance. Former triple jumper Jonathan Edwards tweets: "Never felt more emotional at an athletics meeting. The greatest Olympic achievement ever by any British Olympian bar none."
Prime Minister David Cameron's office tweets: "@Mo_Farah is an Olympic legend and a true British hero. We can all be proud of his extraordinary achievement."
And sailing champion Ben Ainslie @Ainslie writes simply: "Go Mo..... Legend."
1914 GMT: Kenya's Pamela Jelimo struck out from 300m, but Russia's Mariya Savinova kicked back hard with 150m to go to clinch the gold in 1min 56.19sec.
Caster Semenya finished strongest of all to take silver (1:57.23), but was just too far back in the field to catch the gold medallist. Bronze went to Russia's Ekaterina Poistogova (1:57.53).
1908 GMT: RUSSIA'S SAVINOVA WINS WOMEN'S 800M TITLE.
1905 GMT: The women's 800m up now on the track. among the contenders, South Africa's Caster Semenya who, following her shock 800m victory at the 2009 World Championships, was suspended by the IAAF for 11 months while it carried out gender tests.
Her form has been mixed since her return in July 2011, but she qualified fastest for tonight's final...
1904 GMT: Farah, seen hugging his pregnant wife after the race, pays tribute to her and to cheering crowds and says his two gold medals mean one each for his twins who are due "any day" now.
He says: "I knew I just had to hold on and got great support from the crowd... I am just amazed. Two gold medals, who would have thought that? it was unbelievable."
1858 GMT: He looks like he could run it all over again -- and probably could. Farah has become the seventh athlete to "do the double" of winning the 10,000m and 5,000m in the same Games.
1853 GMT: "Very difficult to imagine a louder roar is possible as Farah came down the home straight to seal his 5,000-10,000 metre double in front of a delirious crowd," says John Weaver.
Farah, who raised his hands to his head in disbelief as he crossed the line, collapses to the floor after the race -- and then shows the crowds he's still got energy to do some sit-ups!
1848 GMT: Mo Farah fought off his Ethiopian and Kenyan challengers to power across the finish in 13min 41.66sec.
Ethiopian Dejen Gebremeskel takes silver in 13:41.98, while Kenya's Thomas Longosiwa claims bronze (13:42.36).
1845 GMT: BRITAIN'S MO FARAH WINS 5,000M GOLD.
1845 GMT: Tow laps to go now and Mo Farah takes the lead and he keeps it going into the final lap....
1840 GMT: Farah's stepped up the pace and moved towards the front of the pack, but it's the Ethiopians who are dominating now in what has been a slow race so far.
The pace is picking up now.. five laps to go and they've started running 60 second laps -- now it's a proper race!!
1835 GMT: "The 5,000m runners' names are being called," John Weaver tells us from the stadium. "Britain's Mo Farah, the 10,000m, champion, gets an ear-splitting cheer as he prepares his bid for a famous double."
And we're off... Farah starts the race at the back of the pack, with Kenya's Isaiah Koech, a strong medal contender, taking an early lead, but anything can happen. Another Kenyan Thomas Longosiwa is also one to watch...
1831 GMT: ATHLETICS: Get ready for the gold to start rolling... Six gold medals are up for grabs in the stadium tonight and first up is the men's 5,000m.
Britain's Mo Farah will be looking to make it a long-distance double having already bagged the 10,000m. But commentators have noted that the relatively hard London track -- which is great for sprinters but tiring in the longer events -- won't make it easy for him.
1827 GMT: HANDBALL: Spain win their first ever Olympic handball medal, beating South Korea 31-29 after extra time in their bronze medal match.
1825 GMT: Svoboda, who led the standings after the opening three events -- fencing, swimming and riding -- took the title with a points tally of 5,928, with Cao claiming silver on 5,904 and Marosi on 5,836.
Russia's world champion Aleksander Lesun came in fourth on 5,764. Team GB athletes, Nick Woodbridge & Sam Weale, finish 10th and 13th respectively.
1820 GMT: Czech Republic's David Svoboda takes gold in the modern pentathlon with China's Zhongrong Cao securing the silver medal.
Cao's shooting was more accurate but the stronger runner, Svoboda, eventually won out over the tough Greenwich course. Bronze went to Hungary's Adam Marosi taking the bronze medal.
1815 GMT: And the Czech gets it! CZECH DAVID SVOBODA WINS MEN'S MODERN PENTATHLON GOLD.
1811 GMT: PENTATHLON: The finale of the modern pentathlon is under way at Greenwich Park now -- the combined running and shooting. Spectacularly, David Svoboda of the Czech Republic loses his lead straight away, taking longer to shoot all five targets.
But he's still in contention for gold, in what is effectively a two-man race with China's Cao Zhongrong. Zhongrong and Svoboda are competing for first and second on the final loop of the 3k course now. Svoboda has a better personal best in the combined event, but Cao appears to be shooting better in today's event...
1806 GMT: Toghrul Asgarov of Azerbaijan wins the men's 60kg freestyle wrestling gold medal at London's Excel Arena, defeating world champion Besik Kudukhov of Russia in the final.
Bronze medals go to Coleman Scott of the United States and India's Yogeshwar Dutt.
1802 GMT: AZERBAIJAN'S ASGAROV WINS MEN'S 60KG FREESTYLE WRESTLING GOLD.
1759 GMT: BASKETBALL: Australia win the bronze medal in the women's competition with a 83-74 win over Russia. Lauren Jackson scored 25 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead Australia to a women's basketball medal for the fifth Olympics in a row.
Australia lost to the USA in the semi-finals leading the Americans into a final showdown against France later (2000 GMT).
1754 GMT: DIVING: Coming up shortly we've got the final of the 10m platform. Earlier China's Qiu Bo consolidated his position as the gold medal favourite with another diving masterclass in the semi-finals.
He finished 21.75 points ahead of his Chinese teammate Lin Yue to head the 12 qualifiers into tonight's final with a six-round total of 563.55 points.
1745 GMT: Lashmanova's power-walking victory makes her the first woman to win the event at two Olympics. And at 20 years old she's the youngest ever medallist in the event.
It was also the first time Russia have taken gold and silver in the event and the third time in six editions they have won the title.
1740 GMT: Walking might not sound like the most strenuous of disciplines on the programme -- and does look slightly ridiculous -- but put a foot wrong and you're out.
Britain's Johanna Jackson says she was heading for a personal best before being ruled out the race: "Unfortunately today wasn't to be and I got disqualified. I didn't think there was anything wrong with my technique, but obviously the judges saw that there was."
1735 GMT: Elena Lashmanova sets a new world record in the 20km walk, powering to gold in 1 hour 25 minutes, 2 seconds. Close behind her was compatriot Olga Kaniskina who takes the silver in 1:25:09, followed by Shenjie Qieyang of China who claims bronze, finishing in 1:25:16.
1726 GMT: RUSSIA'S LASHMANOVA WINS WOMEN'S 20 KILOMETRES WALK TITLE.
1721 GMT: PENTATHLON: So we've had the fencing, running and riding legs of the pentathlon so far, with the combined running and shooting event still to come.
David Svoboda of the Czech Republic -- a 27-year-old military officer -- regained the lead after the third show jumping test at Greenwich Park. He was in pole position after the opening fencing phase only to be knocked off the summit after the 200m swimming freestyle by China's Cao Zhongrong. But Zhongrong had a nightmare jumping round, picking up 120 penalty points after knocking six fences down.
Russia's world champion Aleksander Lesun is in third place going into the combined event, with Hungarian Robert Kasza in fourth.
1716 GMT: SWIMMING: Anyone for swimming? Former Olympic champion Ian Thorpe (The Thorpedo) is offering free tips at a pool in London on Sunday. He tweeted: "I want to see the legacy for myself and jump start things before I leave. From 9am tomorrow (Sunday) I will be at Tooting Bec Lido in London. I will give swimming tips to those who ask and do some signings. Remember it is limited capacity so first come first serve and only people serious about swimming, whatever age or standard allowed!! Lets keep the Games going!"
1712 GMT: There are 32 gold medals up for grabs in total today with plenty of them still to play for. In the stadium tonight highlights include the men's 5,000m, where Britain's Mo Farah will attempt to add to his 10,000m win, and the women's 800m where South Africa's Caster Semenya will be eyeing the title.
And of course Bolt will be looking to add a third gold to his collection as part of a potent Jamaican quartet in the 4x100m relay final.
1700 GMT: In case you've just joined us, here's a quick recap of today's events so far:
+ Mexico shocked five-time world champions Brazil to win the men's football final 2-1.
+ Russia's Evgeniya Kanaeva retained her rhythmic gymnastics title andFrance's Julie Bresset won the women's mountain bike cross country race.
+ China's Qiu Bo led the field into the 10m platform diving final which takes begins later (1800 GMT).
+ Britain's Ed McKeever -- "Bolt in a boat" -- won the men's single kayak sprint while New Zealand's Lisa Carrington won the women's kayak sprint. Russians Yury Postrigay and Alexander Dyachenko snatched the men's double kayak sprint, and Yuri Cheban of Ukraine took gold in the canoe sprint.
+ Russia's Sergey Kirdyapkin won the gruelling, 50km race walk in 3hr 35min 59sec.
1655 GMT: TAEKWONDO: Anthony Obame of Gabon is through to the final -- guaranteeing a first ever Games medal for Gabon.
Obame stunned three-time world champion Bahri Tanrikulu of Turkey in the semi-finals with a last-second kick for a narrow 3-2 win.
1642 GMT: ATHLETICS: We saw the men's race this morning and now it's the women's turn... Crowds are lining the route in central London for the women's 20km walk which starts and ends on The Mall in front of Buckingham Palace.
Defending champion Olga Kaniskina of Russia leads the pack with a handful of Russian and Chinese athletes dominating the race so far.
1632 GMT: HANDBALL: In another bronze medal match, Spain are playing South Korea for third place in the women's handball competition.
The Koreans took the lead after 16 minutes of play at the basketball arena. But Spain have taken it back and it's 13-12 to the Spaniards at half-time.
1622 GMT: TAEKWONDO: Barnaby Chesterman is following the men's over-80kg quarter and semi-finals at the ExCel arena, where there's some big guys on the mat: "Mali's Daba Modibo Keita is so big that it has its drawbacks. His opponents can't get their legs as high as he does and twice already he's taken a blow to the crown jewels!
"History could be in the making here tonight as both Mali's Keita and Anthony Obame of Gabon have reached the semis and neither of their countries have ever won a medal before at the Games."
1616 GMT: HOCKEY: Australia's men score a deserved 3-1win over Great Britain and claim the bronze medal. It extends their Olympic medal-winning sequence to six, the longest of any country.
"The Australians often looked like the world's best side -- as many people believe they are -- and recovered well from the great disappointment of losing three goals in the last 20 minutes to Germany in Thursday's semi-finals," reports Richard Eaton. "They created a hatful of opportunities with their open and direct play and could have won by more."
1606 GMT: AFP's Steve Griffiths calls it "one of the all-time great Olympic upsets".
He says: "While Brazil have graced the World Cup with some of the best players and most dazzling performances ever seen on football's grandest stage, the Selecao have never managed to replicate those golden moments at the Games and this was another miserable chapter in their Olympic history.
"Mano Menezes's team are unlikely to get a sympathetic reception on their return home after such a lacklustre display riddled with nerves and defensive blunders."
1601 GMT: The Mexican players are dancing on the pitch in a joyous celebration, reports Mariano Ronaldo from Wembley. Goalscorer Peralta tries to console Brazil's Neymar who is slumped on the ground in devastation.
1556 GMT: Mexico stun Brazil to win their first gold in the Olympic men's football tournament as Oribe Peralta's double clinches a shock 2-1 victory over the five-time world champions.
Peralta, who struck after just 30 seconds for Mexico, sealed one of the all-time great Olympic upsets when he scored again late in the second half.
While Hulk got one back in stoppage-time Mexico, in their first Olympic final, were deserved winners as Brazil once again failed to end their long wait for a first football gold.
1552 GMT: MEXICO STUN BRAZIL TO WIN GOLD IN MEN'S FOOTBALL FINAL.
1550 GMT: Brazil's Hulk scores in stoppage time with a header, but it won't be enough to see them to gold...
1548 GMT: FOOTBALL: GOAL TO BRAZIL: Brazil 1-2 Mexico.
1547 GMT: The Olympics may be nearly over but there's still plenty to play for. That gold medal is one of 32 being fought for today and they will be plenty more to come.
Later today we've go the men's hockey gold medal match between Germany and the Netherlands, the men's 10m platform diving final and the men's basketball gold final between USA and France. And in the stadium there will be six golds up for grabs in track and field.
1542 GMT: SPAIN WIN WOMEN'S ELLIOT MATCH-RACE SAILING GOLD. They beat Australia 3-2 in the final.
1537 GMT: Chants of "Mexico, Mexico, ra ra ra" resound around the stadium after a free kick is picked up by Peralta who headers the ball into the bottom corner in his second goal of the match.
1532 GMT: And it's another goal for Mexico from Peralta!! Brazil 0-2 Mexico.
1529 GMT: FOOTBALL Brazil are dominating play in the second half but have yet to translate that into goals.
Mexico are raising their game and Oribe Peralta kicks a cross into the net from the right -- but he's offside and it's disallowed.
1523 GMT: HOCKEY: In that men's bronze medal match Great Britain and Australia are locked in a 1-1 draw at half time at the Riverbank Arena.
The Australians were looking the stronger team but Britain's Harry Martin -- the youngest player on the squad at 19 -- brought the scores level with a penalty corner, knocked into the goal by Iain Lewers.
1518 GMT: Tom Williams reported after Kanaeva's last sequence: "Dazzling display for Kanaeva and the gold medal is hers. Huge cheers from the Russians in the crowd, 28.900 the score."
The Russian is the first rhythmic gymnast to win two individual all-around titles.
1512 GMT: RUSSIA'S EVGENIYA KANAEVA RETAINS RHYTHMIC GYMNASTICS TITLE.
Three-time world champion Kanaeva successfully defended her title by winning the individual all-around final at London's Wembley Arena ahead of compatriot Daria Dmitrieva, with Liubou Charkashnya of Belarus winning bronze.
1507 GMT: Perhaps attracting fewer viewers, but nevertheless offering medal opportunities, the men's modern pentathlon is also currently under way, today, comprising pistol shooting, fencing, swimming, horse riding and running. It celebrates its 100th birthday at the Games, having been introduced by Baron Pierre de Coubertin, founder of the modern Olympics, in 1912.
At the top of the standings after the fencing and swimming is Zhongrong Cao of China, both on 2376 points ahead of David Svoboda with 2328 points, and Russia’s Alexsander Lesun on 2312.
1458 GMT: Steven Griffiths brings us this assessment from Wembley: "It's half-time in the men's football final and Mexico are 45 minutes away from a shock win over five-time world champions Brazil.
"The Mexicans took the lead after just 30 seconds through Oribe Peralta's clever low shot after a mistake by Brazil's Manchester United defender Rafael da Silva.
"Brazil have come back into the game after a slow start, but they will need to improve significantly to secure their first ever men's football gold medal."
1445 GMT: Half-time in the FOOTBALL. Brazil 0 Mexico 1. Brazil have had a few chances but the match certainly hasn't gone the way most people expected.
1445 GMT: No goals yet in the men's HOCKEY bronze medal match. Team GB are probably relieved at that after their experience against Netherlands.
1444 GMT: GYMNASTICS: AFP man Tom Williams is bowled over by those Russians at the rhythmic gymnastics. He tweets: “Difficult to convey quite how extraordinarily elegant Kanaeva is. Stunning flexibility and control in her movements. The gold medal awaits.”
He says Kanaeva leads Dmitrieva by 2.600 points after a faultless clubs display, with just the ribbon rotation to come.
1440 GMT: Porto striker Hulk, brought on to replace Alex Sandro, almost gets on the score sheet but his attempt is narrowly tipped out for a corner.
In SAILING, the Women’s Elliott 6m gold medal race is in full flow in Weymouth. Australia are on a level with Spain after winning the second race in the best-of-five. But one of the Australians has just dramatically fallen off the back of the boat into the sea, giving Spain the chance to take the lead in race three.
1435 GMT: Back at Wembley in the FOOTBALL, Brazil get another scare when Mexico's Marco Fabian scrapes the bar with a fierce shot.
1433 GMT: In SAILING, the Women’s Elliott 6m gold medal race is in full flow in Weymouth. Australia are on a level with Spain after winning the second race in the best-of-five.
But one of the Australians has just dramatically fallen off the back of the boat into the sea, giving Spain the chance to take the lead in race three.
1430 GMT: Still plenty of other Olympic action going on. Team GB are about to take on Australia at the Riverbank Stadium for the men's HOCKEY bronze medal.
Australia were pre-tournament favourites and after losing to Germany at the semi-final stage will have high hopes of salvaging the bronze, as Netherlands thrashed Britain 9-2 in the other semi-final.
1422 GMT: BBC football analyst Mark Lawrenson is impressed by how the Olympic FOOTBALL tournament has caught on in Britain, packing out Wembley both for men's and women's matches.
"It's a real family occasion. It is a chance for youngsters from across Britain to come to Wembley," he says.
1404 GMT: Mexican fans chant "Ooooole, ooooole, ooooole", according to Mariano Rolando, as the 28 year-old Santos Laguna striker catches Brazil completely unawares.
1402 GMT: Mexico's number 9, Oribe Peralta, stuns Brazil with a first minute goal in the men's FOOTBALL final.
1401 GMT: GOAL! MEXICO GO 1-0 UP AGAINST BRAZIL
1359 GMT: AFP's Ruth Holmes tells me Julie Bresset has dedicated her MOUNTAIN BIKING win to her family.
"I'm very happy. It's amazing to win today. I hoped to win a medal and a gold medal is unbelievable. I started well, I took the front of the race and I managed it well. When I had a gap I told myself: 'Now, I should go'. I led until the finish and I'm very content," Bresset says.
1353 GMT: Brazil coach Mano Menezes believes his players will be inspired by the chance to write their names in Wembley's legendary history.
The five-time world champions are within touching distance of delivering their country's first ever gold in the men's Olympic football event.
"If you had the chance to write a plot for a film about winning a gold medal, you could not choose a better place for it than here (at Wembley)," Menezes says.
1350 GMT: In the Brazilian team, all eyes are on Oscar, recruited by Premier League team Chelsea in the close season.
Oscar dos Santos Emboaba Junior, to give him his full name, spent last season with Internacional of Porto Alegre, having started out with Sao Paulo
1349 GMT: Mexico have brought in midfielder Hector Herrera del Pachuca for the injured Giovani dos Santos.
1342 GMT: AFP's Mariano Rolando is at Wembley "The teams run out to warm up. Golden shirts for Brazil, green for Mexico. Lovely afternoon sunshine."
1337 GMT: Excitement is mounting ahead of the Olympic FOOTBALL final between Mexico and Brazil, kicking off at the world famous Wembley stadium in north London at 3pm local time, the regular Saturday afternoon start time for English Premier league matches. That is 1400 GMT, ie twenty minutes' from now.
1334 GMT: Britain's DIVING hope Tom Daley tweets that he is taking it easy before tonight's platform final:
"Nap time before the finals! China seem unstoppable at the moment! But anything can happen! See you on the other side!"
1332 GMT: More details from Justin Davis of Julie Bresset's gold medal race in MOUNTAIN BIKING:
Bresset was among an early group of pace-setters on the Hadleigh Farm course and their pace steadily thinned out the field over the first two of the race's six laps.
By the end of the third lap the 23-year-old Frenchwoman had opened up a slight lead on Spitz and the rest, and a lap further on she had increased her advantage to 33secs.
She avoided the potential dangers in the 'Rock Garden', 'Dean's Drop', 'Snake Hill' and the 'Rabbit Hole' to leave her rivals playing a desperate game of catch-up.
Bresset went on to finish the race in just under 90 minutes, with Spitz coming over the finish line at 1min 01sec and Gould crossing several seconds later.
1329 GMT: AFP's Nick Reeves says al-Geziry's time lowered his own men's MODERN PENTATHLON Olympic swimming record.
Al-Geziry posted a time of 1min 55.70sec in the 200m freestyle, beating the previous benchmark he set of 1:55.86 in Beijing four years ago.
Earlier, the Czech Republic's David Svoboda set a new Olympic record of 26 wins to nine defeats in the fencing competition.
1322 GMT: If you think that sounds difficult, the challengers must finish the day with the tough "Combined Event".
They must run to a shooting range, hit five targets in a 70 sec time period, followed by a 1,000m run; three times over.
1320 GMT: The MODERN PENTATHLON competitors now jump into a coach to head across London to Greenwich for the equestrian leg of their demanding day.
1316 GMT: Zhongrong Cao of China leads the MODERN PENTATHLON after the five swimming heats at the Aquatics Centre in the Olmypic Park.
Egypt's Amro al-Geziry wins the swimming section, lifting him to fifth in the overall standings. Britain's Nick Woodbridge places second in swimming, boosting his overall position to eighth.
1308 GMT: Japan have won the women's VOLLEYBALL bronze medal by beating South Korea 3-0 (25-22, 26-24, 25-21) at Earls Court.
Brazil and the United States meet at 1730 GMT to play for the gold and silver medals.
1302 GMT: Sabine Spitz of Germany snatches silver despite that nasty fall, keeping ahead of American Georgia Gould, the bronze medallist.
1301 GMT: Bresset, a minute ahead of her rivals, collects a French flag from a spectator as she rides round the finishing arena and waves it as she crosses the line to clinch her victory.
1259 GMT: GOLD MEDAL FOR JULIE BRESSET OF FRANCE IN WOMEN'S MOUNTAIN BIKING
1247 GMT: Australian Matthew Mitcham, who broke the Chinese DIVING stranglehold at the Beijing Games, has mixed feelings about failing to defend his Olympic platform crown after missing out on the London final.
Mitcham, 24, missed the top-12 cut with a disappointing back two and a half somersault with two and a half twists proving his undoing on his final dive.
"Coming 13th and missing out by one spot is really hard. If I'd come 18th it would have been easy to say 'oh well, I didn't have a chance'," he said.
Mitcham's preparations were affected by injuries including a severe tear to an abdominal muscle which forced him to pull out of last year's world championships in Shanghai.
1246 GMT: Last lap in the women's MOUNTAIN BIKING
1238 GMT: Justin Davis tells me that Germany's Sabine Spitz, the 2008 Olympic champion, is 40 years and 228 days old Saturday, and is hoping to become the oldest medal winner in an individual cycling event since Jeannie Longo won time trial bronze in Sydney 2000 at the age of 41.
1231 GMT: In the MOUNTAIN BIKING, Bresset is more than 30 seconds ahead of Spitz after four laps, following the German's tumble.
Next come Georgia Gould of the US, Irena Kalentieva of Russia and Britain's Annie Last.
1228 GMT: More about tonight's exciting ATHLETICS schedule.
Mo Farah, going for a second gold in the 5,000m, has admitted he struggled to make it through his semi-final following his superb display in the 10,000m.
"My body was a bit tired and I was not as fresh for the 5km as some of the other runners," says the Somalia-born Briton. "I think it showed out there. It wasn't easy out there but I managed to qualify and I'm looking forward to the final."
In the women's 800m final, Caster Semenya will be looking to add the Olympic title to her controversial 2009 world crown.
The race will feature Semenya, defending champion Pamela Jelimo of Kenya and Russia's Mariya Savinova, looking to add Olympic gold to her world title from last year in Daegu.
Jelimo, just 18 when she won gold in Beijing, came to London looking to become the first woman to win the event twice at the Olympics.
Semenya had to undergo drug tests followed by gender tests following her magnificent victory in Berlin at the 2009 worlds, with the athlete complaining of "unwarranted and invasive scrutiny".
1219 GMT: Sabine Spitz of Germany has a bad crash in the MOUNTAIN BIKING. Ouch. She has lost a lot of time on the leaders. Does this mean her Olympic bid is "on the rocks"?
1214 GMT: Si Tianfeng's 50 km WALK bronze medal was China's first at the longer distance, completing a great Games for China's male walkers, whose first Olympic medals included gold in the 20km.
1205 GMT: Latest from Justin Davis at the MOUNTAIN BIKING:
"Let's see how thinned out the field has become as we approach the end of the second lap of six. Pendrel, Besset, Spitz so far look the strongest. Crowds have turned up in their thousands here and it's no surprise. Perfect mountain biking conditions.
"Bresset leads with a small advantage to Spitz and Pendrel. Last comes through with Russia's Irina Kalentieva, with American Georgia Gould stuck in the middle."
1202 GMT: Here's today's quiz: Jamaican star sprinters Usain Bolt, Yohan Blake and Asafa Powell each have one unique attribute that team-mate and 200m bronze medallist Warren Weir lacks. What is it? Answer below, ie back at the beginning of the Live Report.
1158 GMT: Much more action still to come today, not least Usain Bolt's bid to cement his ATHLETICS 'Legend' status when he runs for Jamaica in the four by 100m relay final at 200 GMT.
The Jamaicans may even notch a world record.
"It could be a world record but you can never say because it's a relay and it's a baton so you never know," Bolt said.
"But for me, we're just going to go out there and enjoy ourselves and run as fast as possible and it will be a good race to close the show again."
Bolt didn't run in Friday's heats, but Nesta Carter, Michael Frater, double sprint silver medallist Yohan Blake and Kemar Bailey-Cole paved the way for him by dominating their heat.
1155 GMT: More about the men's 50km WALK results:
Kirdyapkin timed 3hrs 35min 59sec to push Tallent, 54 sec behind into a second successive silver medal position. Si Tianfeng was 1min 17sec adrift.
The 32 year-old Russian succeeds Italy's disgraced defending champion Alex Schwazer, who was withdrawn from the Italian team before the Olympics for failing a drugs test.
1154 GMT: "We're only on to lap two and already getting a good idea of the medal winners: Spitz (GER), Bresset (FRA), Last (GBR) and Pendrel (CAN)," says Justin.
1151 GMT: AFP's Justin Davis says conditions are beautiful at the Hadleigh Farm course, where the women's MOUNTAIN BIKING competitors are racing six laps of the rugged course. "We can see the Thames estuary in the distance," he tells me.
1142 GMT: Australia's Jared Tallent takes the silver and the bronze goes to Si Tianfeng of China.
1141 GMT: GOLD MEDAL FOR RUSSIA'S SERGEY KIRDYAPKIN IN MEN'S 50KM WALK
1140 GMT: The circuit is very rough, much of it grit and gravel with a large number of sizeable rocks, apparently shipped in from Derbyshire in the English Midlands.
1138 GMT: After the first lap of the 2.8km MOUNTAIN BIKING course, Julie Bresset of France is in the lead on 7 minutes 16 seconds, hotly pursued by Britain's Annie Last, clocked at 7 mins 17 sec for the lap.
1136 GMT: The MOUNTAIN BIKING competitors have now got to a stretch with spectator access and it is good to see that the people of Essex have turned out in force to see their local Olympic event.
1133 GMT: No-one is lining the route so far for the mountain biking, but that's hardly surprising as this part of the route is through woods and through fields - genuine farmland.
1130 GMT: They're off in the women's MOUNTAIN BIKING competition.
1119 GMT: Sergey Kirdyapkin of Russia, the 2009 world champion, leads after 45km, ahead of Australia's Jared Tallent. Britain's Dominic King is last, meaning he has the embarrassment of having been lapped more than once by the leaders.
1116 GMT: The crowd has swelled a lot around the route of 50km WALK, with two laps of the 2km circuit remaining for the leaders.
1100 GMT: Here's a recap of events so far this morning:
+ Hosts Britain take their gold medal tally to 26 as Ed McKeever wins the men's KAYAK singles 200m
+ The other three golds at Eton Dorney go to Yury Postrigay and Alexander Dyachenko of Russia, Lisa Carrington of New Zealand and Yuri Cheban of Ukraine.
+ David Svoboda of the Czech Republic leads the MODERN PENTATHLON standings after the fencing tournament that opens the gruelling all day event
+ Sergey Kirdyapkin of Russia leads the men's 50km WALK after 40km
+ Qui Bo and Lin Yue of China head the qualifiers for tonight's men's 10km platform DIVING final after this morning's semi-finals, though British medal hope Tom Daley also performs well.
1051 GMT: AFP has sent intrepid reporter Justin Davis into rural Essex to see the Olympic women's MOUNTAIN BIKING competition on the new Hadleigh Farm course.
Did you go by tractor, Justin? Only kidding, though life in Essex has a reputation in Britain for being a major contrast to sophisticated London.
The event starts in half an hour's time.
1044 GMT: Team GB medal hope Tom Daley is safely through to tonight's men's 10m platform DIVING after a strong final jump in this morning's semi-finals gives him an aggregate score of 521.10.
1039 GMT: The route of the ATHLETICS men's 50km walk is lined with spectators all the way, but the crowds are noticeably thinner than the huge numbers who turned out to watch other public Olympic events such as the women's marathon, the CYCLING road races and the TRIATHLON.
Perhaps that's because walking lacks the glamour of those other events. Tomorrow's men's marathon should attract a bigger throng.
1036 GMT: In the DIVING, Britain's Tom Daley moves up to fourth place after five dives, with the top three places unchanged.
1027 GMT: The 50km walkers are doing 25 laps of a 2km circuit along The Mall, round the Queen Victoria Memorial, up Constitution Hill and back again.
They will go past Buckingham Palace 50 times, ie 25 times on the way out and 25 times on the way back, so it will look like Groundhog Day for anyone watching from the Queen's official residence.
1020 GMT: An update from the ATHLETICS men's 50km walk. After 30km of their waddle around London's Green Park and St James's Park, reigning world champion Sergey Bakulin has retained the lead but Russian compatriot and 2009 titleholder Sergey Kirdyapkin has dropped back to sixth place. Erick Barrondo of Guatemala is second with 20km to go.
1013 GMT: In DIVING, Lin Yue and Qui Bo of China head the standings after four of the six dives in the men's 10m platform semi-finals. David Boudia of the US is third and British star Tom Daley in second place.
1004 GMT: In the MODERN PENTATHLON, world number one Aleksander Lesun has started well in the opening fencing phase and is currently leading the standings with 904 points after 21 victories and six defeats,
0950 GMT: Raman Piatrushenka and Vadzim Makhneu of Belarus paddle to the silver and Team GB's Liam Heath and John Schofield collect the bronze.
0949 GMT: GOLD MEDAL FOR YURY POSTRIGAY AND ALEXANDER DYACHENKO OF RUSSIA IN THE MEN'S KAYAK DOUBLE 220M
0939 GMT: London Mayor Boris Johnson tweets to point out that Ed McKeever's victory means Britain's poet laureate Carol Ann Duffy has another name to add to her poem 'Translating the British, 2012', which mentions the host nation's top performers. Britain now has 26 gold medals.
0923 GMT: Ukraine's Inna Osypenko-Radomska took silver with Natasa Douchev-Janics of Hungary winning bronze.
0921 GMT: GOLD MEDAL FOR LISA CARRINGTON OF NEW ZEALAND IN WOMEN'S KAYAK SINGLES 200M
0911 GMT: Men's platform DIVING semi-finals are under way at the Aquatics Centre in London's Olympic Park
0903 GMT: Jevgeni Shulkin of Lithuania and Ivan Shtyl of Russia secure the silver and bronze medals in the men's canoe singles 200m.
0858 GMT: More from Craig Reedie, now an IOC Vice President but chairman of the British Olympic Association when his vision for London 2012 began.
Eaton says the Scot's contribution to the London Olympics began in January 1994 when he chaired an unheralded meeting at the University of East London back which sparked the vision.
"It was effectively a de-brief of why Manchester lost the Olympic bid to Sydney the previous July - without that being in the minutes. So it has been an 18 and a half year project as far as I am concerned," Reedie says.
0856 GMT: GOLD MEDAL FOR YURI CHEBAN OF UKRAINE IN THE MEN'S CANOE SINGLES 200M
0854 GMT: The London Olympics have been a triumph of the imagination, says Sir Craig Reedie, the main architect behind the city's innovatively successful Games.
"It was a grey December afternoon in a disused greyhound stadium in Hackney when I first looked at the site in East London way back in November 2002," Reedie told AFP correspondent Richard Eaton.
"I thought you need some imagination – and look at what’s been done! I am absolutely thrilled at the way we have done it."
0847 GMT: After his victory, McKeever's first emotion was relief, he says. "It seems silly but I'm just happy that I could do in front of a home crowd."
0844 GMT: McKeever admits the prospect of competing in the Olympic final made him excited from the time he woke up this morning.
"I was like a kid at Christmas," he tells BBC TV.
0842 GMT: Silver for Saul Craviotto Rivero of Spain with Canada's Mark de Jonge taking the bronze in an event making its Olympic debut in London.
0838 GMT: GOLD MEDAL FOR ED MCKEEVER OF TEAM GB IN MEN'S KAYAK SINGLES 200M
0821 GMT: Men's KAYAK singles 200m final about to start at Eton Dorney
0815 GMT: In ATHLETICS, two Russians have taken an early lead in the men's 50k walk. After the first 5km, reigning world titleholder Sergey Bakulin and 2009 world champion Sergey Kirdyapkin are heading the pack.
0809 GMT: Some of today's many highlights:
+ ATHLETICS: Usain Bolt bids for third gold medal in final of men's 4x100m relay (2000 GMT)
+ 10,000m champion Mo Farah goes for a second gold, in the 5,000m (1830 GMT)
+ Caster Semenya among the contenders in women's 800m final (1900 GMT)
+ The men's 50k walk, already underway (0800 GMT), and the women's 20k walk, this afternoon (1600 GMT), take the Olympics to public London parks.
+ FOOTBALL: Brazil and Mexico face off at Wembley in men's football final (1400 GMT)
+ Five men's BOXING golds to be won tonight (1930 to 2115 GMT)
+ Four CANOE and KAYAK finals this morning (0830 to 0941 GMT)
+ Netherlands face Germany in the men's HOCKEY final after thrashing Team GB by 9-2 in a semi-final (1900 GMT)
+ CYCLING: Women's mountain bike final (1130 GMT)
+ Men's 10m platform DIVING final (1930 GMT)
+ Medals on offer in the gruelling MODERN PENTATHLON (From 0745 GMT. Concluding combined event 1745 GMT).
0805 GMT: Mind you, only 23 gold medals were awarded last Saturday. Today no fewer than 32 of those shiny orbs will be distributed, with live Olympic action scheduled from now until late tonight, when boxing and taekwondo finals are timetabled to continue until well after 10pm (2100 GMT). Medals aplenty!
Keep refreshing this Live Report for all the Olympic action as it happens.
0803 GMT: Last Saturday was "Super Saturday" so let's call today "Sporting Saturday" in honour of the competitors who have done their best at the Olympics but didn't manage to win a medal.
Welcome to AFP's Olympics 2012 Live Report on August 11, as Britain's Somalia-born men's 10,000m winner Mo Farah bids to complete a distance running double by challenging for gold in the 5,000m.
Stand by for a rundown of the key events to look forward to today, when medals galore will be at stake.
Quiz answer: Usain Bolt, Yohan Blake and and Asafa Powell are the only competitors at the London Olympics with their first names, while Weir is one of three "Warrens", according to the official www.london2012.org website. The others are athlete Warren Fraser of the Bahamas and Australian shooter Warren Potent.