Olympics 2012 Day 15: Team GB's results
Team GB claimed another three gold medals on Day 15 of the Games.
Results you might have missed:
In the bronze medal match against Australia, Britain's men's hockey team lost 3-1, missing out on their spot on the podium.
Cycling – Mountain Bike
GB’s Annie Last did not live up to her name in the women’s cross-country mountain biking final. After a gruelling race, she finished inan impressive eighth place.
Britain's Dominic King has finished in 51st position in the men's 50km walk. He completed the course in 4.15.05, finishing last.
Ed McKeever won Team GB an early gold, winning the final of the men’s kayak single (K1) 200m.
Jess Walker raced in the women’s kayak single (K1) 200m finishing seventh.
Jon Schofield and Liam Heath finished with a bronze medal in the men’s double kayak (K2) 200m.
Tom Daley proved any doubts about his performance wrong with a bronze medal in the 10m platform. An extremely close field was topped by America's David Boudia.
Joanna Jackson was unfortunately disqualified from the 20km race walk.
Mo Farah claimed the gold medal in the 5,000m in spectacular style.
The final of the women’s 4x400m saw Team GB finish 5th, while the men's 4x100m relay was of course dominated by the Jamaicans.
Team GB's Sam Weale and Nick Woodbridge finished the event in 22nd and 23rd place, the combined event proving to be their weakest phase today.
For the first time ever, Ireland and Great Britain met in an Olympic boxing final. Team GB's Luke Campbell came out on top, winning gold 14-11.
Why is Mountain biking being all but ignored? Not a mention by the BBC this morning. Look at the comments above. Every sport receives a comment regarding the athletes or the possibility of a medal. Mountain Biking is ignored. This in spite of its availability to young folk. Not to mention its contribution to the economy with sales of bikes going through the roof.
This is my only complaint on what has been a fantastic games, superbly reported on but Mountain Biking deserves better.
I have watched our games with pride ,Well done to everyone who competed ,To the dingbat who said Boring all i can say is dont watch it. you have a button to turn off ,me i think we can be proud of the Brilliant games from day one ,we have so much doom and gloom on a daily basis its been lovely to see and be proud to be british for a change ,
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