OLYMPICS LONDON 2012: Games day 11 in pictures
A GREAT weekend for Team GB is over but the Olympic action continues on day 11 and there are plenty more medal chances.
Great Britain's best chance of such a feat will be in the Velodrome where Jason Kenny goes for gold in the men's individual sprint.
Beth Tweddle will be hoping that home advantage in the North Greenwich Arena will help her medal in the uneven bars this afternoon and in the Olympic Stadium Dai Greene will attempt to improve on his semi-final performance in the 400m hurdles final.
Holly Bleasdale is also a contender for a medal in the pole vault final.
GUARANTEED: Anthony Ogogo will leave the Games with a medal after reaching semi-finals
VICTOR: Felix Sanchez claimed gold in the men's 400m hurdles final as Dai Greene finished in fourth
OUT OF THE MEDALS: Disappointment for Dai Greene as he fails to get amongst the medals in the men's 400m hurdles final
GOLDEN BOLT: Usain Bolt is presented with his gold medal after winning the 100m on Sunday night
PERRI LUCKY: Great Britain's Perri Shakes-Drayton makes the final of the 400m hurdles after Denisa Rosolova of the Czech Republic was disqualified. Eilidh Child failed to qualify.
DISAPPOINTMENT: Her face says it all as Holy Bleasdale fails to perform in the pole vault
FAN-TASTIC: The fans at the Riverbank Arena give it their all but it's not enough to inspire Team GB to victory over the Netherlands in the women's hockey as they lose 2-1
PROGRESS: Margaret Adeoye is through to the 200m semi-finals along with Abiodun Oyepitan. Anyika Onuora is out.
THREE CHEERS: Team GB's men's water polo coach Cristian Iordache is hoisted high despite his side going down 13-4 to Montenegro
MEDAL CHANCE: Holly Bleasdale is in action in the women's pole vault final
ON COURSE: Crista Cullen and her team-mates are currently in action at the Riverbank Arena and lead the Netherlands 1-0
GOLDEN MOMENT: Jason Kenny wins gold in the men's individual sprint after defeating Gregory Bauge of France 2-0
JAPENEESE JOY: Japan are throught to the women's Olympic football final after beating France 2-1 at Wembley
OUT: Kieran O'Malley is unable to save a point as Argentina beat Team GB 3-0 in their Group A volleyball match at Earls Court. Great Britain bow out of the competition without a win
BRITISH PRIDE: Fans celebrate the home nations success at the London Olympics 2012
KING KENNY: It's a gold medal in the men's sprint for Jason Kenny to add to his team sprint top podium finish
LAST BASKET: Team GB's Luol Deng goes past China's Peng Zhou for an easy bucket as Li Yi and Robert Archibald look on. Great Britain won 90-58 to record their first Group B victory in their last match
QUEEN VICTORIA: Vicky Pendleton is through to the women's sprint semi-final after a comfortable 2-0 win over Olga Panarina from Belarus
SYNCHRONISED: Jenna Randall (left) and Olivia Federici qualify for duet final at Aquatics Centre
MEDAL-DROME: Great Britain's cyclists have had great joy at the velodrome so far
TEAM EFFORT: Nick Skelton, Ben Maher, Scott Brash and Peter Charles (L-R) win Great Britain's first jumping gold for 60 years
THANK YOU: Great Britain's handball team acknowledges the crowd after their defeat to Iceland saw them eliminated
TROTT ON COURSE: Laura Trott sits third after two events in the women's omnium at the Velodrome
WHAT A STAR: Nick Skelton on Big Star helps Team GB secure team gold after a jump off with the Netherlands
GOLD COAST: Australia's Tom Slingsby is tackled by team-mate Brendan Casey after winning gold in the men's Laser class. Team GB's Paul Goodison finished out of the medals
HIGH FLYER: Team GB's Kristian Thomas was unable to add a medal in the vault to his team bronze
FINAL FOR KENNY: Jason Kenny will face Gregory Bauge in the sprint final after the Team GB man beat Trinidad and Tobago's Njisane Phillip 2-0
NO MEDAL FOR MARSHALL: An ecstatic Marina Volnova celebrates after beating Team GB's Savannah Marshall 16-12
BRONZE BETH: Team GB's Beth Tweddle with her first ever Olympic medal after finishing third in the uneven bars
TWEDDLE MEDAL: The face of Team GB gymnastics Beth Tweddle wins bronze on the uneven bars
ADAMS HAPPY: Nicola Adams has guaranteed herself at least a bronze medal after defeating Stoyka Petrova of Bulgaria for a place in the flyweight division semi-finals
SPORTING TOUCH: Team GB's Natasha Jonas holds the ropes open for victorious Katie Taylor after losing 26-15 to the Irish boxer
B LIST: Richard Jefferies did not make the final of the men's canoe single C1 race and will compete in the B final
FINALIST: Team GB's Tim Brabants is into the final of the men's 1000m kayak K1 final
SAD EXIT: Genzebe Dibaba of Ethiopa is helped off in a wheelchair after pulling up in a qualifying heat of the women's 1500m
PACKED OUT: The Olympic Stadium is full to the rafters as the flame burns in the cauldron
HEATING UP: All three of Team GB's women 1500m runners are through to the semi-finals including Lisa Dobriskey who won her heat
GUNNING FOR GOLD: James Charles Huckle in action in the 50m rifle three position qualification
OK FOR THE FINAL: Great Britain's Lawrence Okoye is through to the discus final but team-mates Brett Morse and Abdul Buhari are out.
ON THE WATER: Competitors race in the kayak sprints at Eton Dorney
FOUR INTO FINAL: Team GB's Jess Walker, Rachel Cawthorn, Angela Hannah and Louisa Sawers are through to the women's kayak four 500m final
ANDREW THROUGH: Andrew Osagie is through to the semi-finals of the men's 800m however Gareth Warburton and Michael Rimmer miss out
OLYMPIC FLAME: The cauldron continues to burn in the Olympic Stadium as fans watch the athletics
QUALIFIED: Tiffany Porter is through to the 100m hurdles semi-final with a time of 12.79 seconds
SPOTLESS: Cleaners prepare the stadiums ahead of another day's action at London 2012
SLAM DUNK: A group of performers entertain the crowd at half time in the basketball
KENNY CAN: Jason Kenny will be looking to add to Team GB's excellent Velodrome performances in the individual sprint today
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