We've passed the one week mark of the Rio 2016 Summer Olympic games - and things are only getting better.
Day 7 marked the start of athletics, and elsewhere featured some resounding success for Team GB who soared up the medal tables.
We break down the day's best action below.
- South Korea completed a full sweep of the archery competitions as Ku Bonchan stormed past Jean-Charles Valladont, winning the first two sets, although the Frenchman got one back to make it more of a contest. In the fifth, Bonchan was able to scrape through and cap off a spectacular Olympics.
- United States' Brady Ellison took the bronze medal, defeating van der Berg.
- Jessica Ennis-Hill lead the heptathlon after the first day, starting strong with the hurdles and keeping ahead from then on in. Her compatriot Katarina Johson-Thompson broke a national record for the high jump.
- On the first ever blue track in Olympics history, Almaz Ayana of Ethiopia demolished the world record by 14 seconds to emphatically win gold in the women's 10,000m - an accolade that will go down as one of the best in the history of the games.
- Michelle Carter threw 20.63m in the women's shot put final to win the gold medal ahead of New Zealand's Valerie Adams and Hungary's Anita Marton.
- United States' men were once again pushed to the limit as a resolute Serbia effort set up for a nervy finish, after the Europeans outscored them in the second. They were able to pull through and stay perfect.
- The women had it far easier, defeating Canada 81-51 in another easy outing.
- China won their first ever gold on the cycling track as the duo of Gong Jinjie and Zhong Tianshi whizzed past their Russian opposition in the final of the women's team sprint. After breaking the world record in qualification, they went on to get redemption after a technicality ruled them out of the medal in the 2012 Olympics. Germany's Vogel and Welte were the bronze medallists.
- Great Britain snatched gold from the hands of Australia in a thrilling team pursuit final, as Bradley Wiggins became the most decorated Olympian in the nation's history. At the midway point of the race, the Aussies lead by 0.7 seconds, but the team continued to pedal and by each passing lap found themselves catching up with their opponents, going on to win by 0.83 seconds.
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- A green colour and foul smells were the latest instalment to the bizarre drama surrounding the Olympic diving pool, which was closed in the morning by officials in hope that things would return to normal. They didn't, and the facility was reopened a few hours before the diving competition.
- Jennifer Abel lead the preliminaries, with her score of 373 beating a Chinese duo to the top spot, progressing to the semi-finals of the women's 3m springboard.
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- Germany avenged their loss at the previous Olympics to Britain by clinching gold in the team dressage, as Isabell Werth shined among a team which all scored above 76.
- Team GB settled for a silver medal, despite the best efforts of Charlotte Dujardin, with the team scoring overrall 78.594. United States' team got their first dressage medal since the Athens games as they took bronze.
- Reigning Olympic champion Rosannagh MacLennan retained her crown in the trampoline final, once again mesmirizing all in attendance as she gracefully rose to the air, with an array of tumbles, pikes and somersaults.
- Great Britain seized a surprise silver medal as Bryony Page emerged from the shadows with a spectacular routine, scoring 56.040, and staying in the top two after China's Li Dan failed to perform up to scratch.
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- Russia's men's team won the foil final after a comeback from France helped them to a 45-41 scoreline, while USA took bronze thanks to a win over the defending champions Italy.
- United States' women's team were sent packing in a shock exit on penalties as Sweden booked their spot in the semi-finals to face the Brazil-Australia winner.
- Canada edged France while Germany saw off China to set up their semi final.
- Great Britain were sent crashing out of the men's hockey bracket following a 1-1 draw with Spain, ending a tough campaign which all could have been extended if a late chance didn't strike the post.
- India drew with Canad.a, while Germany and Argentina edged Netherlands and Ireland in pool B.
- South Korea and China played to a scoreless draw while New Zealand and the Netherlands shared the spoils in the women's action.
- Emelie Andeol stunned the reigning Olympic champion Idalys Ortiz with an ippon after a cagey contest went into a golden score to win gold for France. A reversal allowed her to get the hold, with the Cuban unable to get back to her feet for the 20 second count, making her the women's judo heavyweight champion.
- Teddy Riner became a two-time Olympic champion as he once again picked up the gold medal in the men's heavyweight contest, weathering an early storm produced by Japan's Hisayoshi Harasawa, with two shidos making the difference as his opponent's penalties cost him by the end of regular time.
- Dutch duo Ilse Paulis and Maaike Head took the gold medal in the women's lightweight double sculls, beating out the Canadanian opposition by 1.1 seconds. In the men's discipline of the event, France's Pierre Houin and Jeremie Azou edged out Ireland's Gary and Paul O'Donovan for the top prize.
- Great Britain's quartet were once again dominant in men's four, defending the gold title won in 2012 as they charged through the pack and fended off the Aussies. It was part of a magical half-hour for the Brits in the rowing, with Helen Glover and Heather Stanning winning back-to-back Olympic golds in the coxless pair.
- On his first Olympic games, Germany's Henri Junghaenel took the gold medal in the men's 50m rifle (prone position) final. He broke an Olympic record, scoring 209.5 as he lead for most of the contest and zeroed in on the gold.
- In an all-Italian affair, Diana Bacosi was crowned Olympic champion of the women's skeet shooting, defeating Chiara Cainero to replicate her gold medal from Beijing 8 years ago. Taking the bronze prize was American Kimberly Rhode.
- Katinka Hosszu was stunned by American Maya Dirado in the 200m backstroke final, edging her out in a photo-finish after timing the race to catch up with the Hungarian.
- Joseph Schooling delivered a historic performance as he knocked off Michael Phelps with a relentless effort in the 100m butterfly, breaking early and never being caught up, as Michael Phelps, alongside Le Clos and Cseh all got silver in a jaw-dropping three-way tie.
- Katie Ledecky smashed her own world record as she blew away the opposition in a storming 800m freestyle victory, going 2 seconds faster than the previous one she set.
- Anthony Ervin became the oldest athlete to win a swimming medal as he stole the victory in a close 50m freestyle final, replicating his win in 2000 by the narrowest of margins.
- In the women's team action which kickstarted on day 7, China continued their roll with a straight game win over Brazil, while South Korea, Singapore, Germany and Japan also followed suit.
- China also eased past Nigeria in straight games, as did South Korea and Sweden. GBR - FRA result..
- Spain's pair of Rafael Nadal and Marc Lopez won gold in the men's doubles, defeating the Romanian duo of Mergea and Tecau in a gripping three sets. Their fellow Europeans fought to the very end, with smash shots in the closing moments - but it wasn't enough to stop Nadal getting a gold medal alongside his teammate, and he's also on course to get another, as he reached the semi finals.
- Puerto Rico's Monica Puig booked her spot in the final as the tournament's surprise package saw off Kvitova to set up a showdown with Germany's Angelique Kerber.
- Andy Murray survived a scare, edging Steve Johnson in a gutsy battle to reach the semis.
- Rim Jong-sim of North Korea ran rampant in the -75kg category, with a total of 274 kg - comprised of 121 kg snatch and 153 clean - a stunning 16 kg clear of the rest of the pack.
- Iran won their first ever Olympic medal as Kianoush Rostami smashed a world record in the men's 85 kg, a total of 396 beating the record he set 3 months prior - just beating China's Tian Tao by a kilogram.
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