Great Britain firmly hit their stride as day seven of the 2012 Olympic Games unfolded, with Katherine Grainger making it fourth time lucky with gold in the women's double sculls.
Three-time silver medallist Grainger alongside team-mate Anna Watkins took Team GB's gold tally to six with victory at Eton Dorney.
Just before their heroics, men's pair George Nash and Will Satch picked up an impressive bronze in the men's pairs, before Alan Campbell had to dig deep to claim his own bronze medal on the lake.
Great Britain's medal total now reads an encourgaing 18 medals, including six gold, to better the tally recorded at this stage in Beijing four years ago.
In the athletics this morning Jessica Ennis got her heptathlon charge under way with a barnstorming performance in the 100 metre hurdles, recording an incredible time of 12.54secs, a world record for the heptathlon version of the discipline, and encouragingly a time good enough to have taken gold in the individual event at Beijing four years ago.
The efforts so far carry on from an incredible day yesterday for Team GB, which saw three gold and three silver medals won.