Four years after Team GB's success at London 2012, the British athletes exceeded their previous medal haul by reaching 66 medals at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games on Saturday.
Great Britain's unprecedented performance in Brazil, surpassing China to second in the overall medal table, produced iconic moments that will long live in British sporting history.
Mo Farah's 5,000m win at the Olympic Stadium, taking him to four Olympic gold medals, was one of the standout British victories at the games.
Out of the incredible 27 Team GB gold medals won, here is Play with Flair's list of the top 10 winning moments from Rio 2016. ...
Since my last post, the French Open 2012 has already provided us with unbelievable matches and plenty of splendid displays from the tennis elite.
In the women's draw, the biggest shock was the exit of Serena Williams in the first round. Since entering her first Grand Slam event in 1998, she had never lost at this stage in a major tournament. Virginie Razzano, the French number four, completed this astonishing victory after eight match points in an incredible 25-minute final game.
After my comments on Monday, saying that Maria Sharapova's biggest obstacle in winning the career slam is Serena Williams; it should follow that Sharapova is now the outright favourite. If her first round demolition of Alexandra Cadantu, which ended in a 6-0 6-0 scoreline, is replicated on Friday then this must be the case.