Date added: 15/08/2016 The Olympics So Far: The Gallery Edition
The much-anticipated Rio 2016 Olympics are in full swing and Team GB are truly fighting their corner. Here is a round-up of the best pictures and moments from the last week.
Murray did England proud by securing gold in the Men's singles last night against Argentina's Juan Martín del Potro. Potro put up a good fight but Murray reigned victorious.
Andrew Willis in action in the second Semifinal of the Men's 200m Breaststroke. In the final, Willis bagged fourth, coming in a mere 0.09 seconds after the bronze medal winner.
South Korea's Jim Hee Yoon won bronze in the women's 53kg group A weightlifting contest on day 2 after lifting an astonishing 199kg. Hee Yon came out of retirement to take part in the 2016 Olympic games in Rio.
Everyone in unison: Footage from the men's road race on Saturday.
American Michael Phelps, holder of 25 medals, accepts the gold for Men's 200 meter butterfly.
Simone Biles in the split position mid-flip while crushing the balance beam on Day 6 during the Women's Individual All Around Final. Biles scooped gold for the United States.
Local superstar, Bryony Page secured second place in the Women's individual trampolining final on friday, gaining silver for Team GB.
We knew he could do it. Usain Bolt proves that he is the man for the job, securing Jamaica gold in the 100m Men's final. Bolt ran in at 9.81s, 0.08s quicker than the United States Justin Gatlin.
These are just a handful of our best bits, what are everyone else's highlights so far?
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