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FIFTH in the table with a total of 15 medals; 5 Gold, 6 Silver, 4 Bronze
Anthony Ogogo caused an upset when he beat world champion Ievgen Khytrov of Ukraine in the last 16 of the men's middleweight. The score finishes 18-18 but Ogogo is declared the winner after countback.
Tim Baillie and Etienne Stott took GOLD in the men's C2 canoe double with a score of 106.41. David Florence and Richard Hounslow complete a British one-two by taking the SILVER with a score of 106.77.
Chris Hoy, Jason Kenny and Philip Hindes won GOLD in the men's team sprint, breaking the world record they had set in the heats with a time of 42.600 seconds.
World champions Ed Clancy, Geraint Thomas, Steven Burke and Peter Kennaugh set a new world record of three minutes 52.499 seconds and are fastest in the men's team pursuit qualification.
The Great Britain women's side beat Belgium 3-0 in their third Group A match, maintaining their 100% record and keeping them top of the group.
Gemma Gibbons takes Britain's first judo medal since Sydney 2000, and SILVER, in the -78kg final.
Rob Williams, Chris Bartley, Peter Chambers and Richard Chambers bagged SILVER in the men's lightweight four with a time of 6:03.09, just beaten by South Africa in a thrilling final 500m.
Alex Gregory, Pete Reed, Tom James and Andrew Triggs Hodge come from behind to beat their main rivals Australia and win semi-final one of the men's four in 5:58.26.
Sophie Hosking and Katherine Copeland produce a tremendous last 500m to win their semi-final of the women's lightweight double sculls in 7:05.90.
Zac Purchase and Mark Hunter win the second semi-final of the men's lightweight double sculls in 6.36.62 and go into the final second fastest overall. This result means all 13 British boats are through to their finals.
Bill Lucas and Sam Townsend cannot match the pace of winners New Zealand and are beaten into fifth place in the final of the men's double sculls, with a time of 6:40.54.
The women's eight come fifth in their final in 6:18.77, with United States, favourites for the event, taking gold.
Peter Wilson won GOLD in the men's double trap with a score of 188, two shots clear of Sweden's Hakan Dahlby.
Fran Halsall finishes sixth in the women's 100m freestyle final with a time of 53.66 seconds while James Goddard finished seventh in the men's 200m individual medley final with a time of 1:59.05.
Lizzie Simmonds finished fifth in the semi-final of the women's 200m backstroke, and qualifies for the final on Friday night.
Defending champion Rebecca Adlington wons her heat of the 800m freestyle in 8:21.78 and qualifies fastest for the final.
Andy Murray beats Nicolas Almagro of Spain 6-4 6-1 in less than an hour to reach the Olympic singles semi-finals where he will face Novak Djokovic.
Murray joins Laura Robson for the mixed doubles and the pair win their first-round match 7-5 6-7 (7-9) 10-7.