Great Britain clinched two historic gold medals as their amazing run of success continued on Day Nine of the London Olympics.
Andy Murray swept aside world number one Roger Federer in straight sets 6-2 6-1 6-4 in the men's singles final to claim Olympic glory at Wimbledon.
Earlier 35-year-old Ben Ainslie had become the most-decorated sailor in Games history with his fourth individual gold thanks to victory in the Finn class at Weymouth.
Louis Smith narrowly missed out clinching Britain's first-ever Olympic title in men's gymnastics as he took silver on the pommel at Greenwich Arena.
Sailors Iain Percy and Andrew Simpson also took silver as they were edged out by Sweden for gold in the Star class in Weymouth.
Cyclist Ed Clancy is then in action in the multi-discipline omnium, with the final event starting at 18:18. He is looking to add to the cycling team's four out of five gold medals at the London Velodrome.
In athletics, defending champion Christine Ohuruogu will defend her Olympic title in the women's 400m at 21:10 and appears to be Britain's best hope of adding to last night's three golds medals in the Olympic Stadium.
The last race of the night sees world record holder Usain Bolt in action in the showpiece 100m final at 21:50.
Britons Dwain Chambers, Adam Gemili and James Dasaolu are likely to need to break 10 seconds and post a season's best time to progress beyond the semi-finals at 19:45.
In the morning session at the Velodrome, British cyclist Victoria Pendleton broke the Olympic individual sprint record. but her potential final is not until Tuesday.
Meanwhile, a record 719,000 people turned out to watch Olympic events on Saturday - 92% of London 2012's capacity. So far, a total of about 5.1 million spectators have watched the Games, including more than one million visitors to the Olympic Park in Stratford, east London.