The final day of London 2012 brought two more Boxing medals for Team GB with Anthony Joshua claiming gold.
He won a tight Super Heavyweight final against Italy's Roberto Cammarelle which was awarded on count-back after both fighters were scored at 18-all by the judges.
Joshua, who was trailing going into the final round, said: "There are no easy fights in these Olympics and I've pulled it out of the bag."
"That medal represents my journey and the support from the team. It's much more than just a gold medal, it's a life experience and I'm just proud to have it round my neck."
His gold followed a silver for Britain's Fred Evans in the Welterweight final where he was well beaten by Kazakhstan's Serik Sapiyev.
The Boxing tournaments end with Britain top of the medals table in the Sport with 3 golds, 1 silver and 1 bronze making it the teams most successful Olympic Games for over a century.