This total, help reached by Chris Hoy’s excellent gold medal performance yesterday in the velodrome, means that this Olympics is now Britain’s most successful Games in over a century!
38th Medal is won by gymnastic champ, Beth Tweddle. Her bronze medal is won on the uneven bars event.
39th Medal captured the Nation’s heart as Great Britain captured their first Olympic showjumping gold medal in 60 years! The team consisted of Nick Skelton, Peter Charles, Scott Brash and Ben Maher.
40th Medal is won by Jason Kenny as he beats France’s Grégory Baugé in the Men’s Sprint.
41st Medal is a gold and won Alistair Brownlee after a first class performance in the Men’s Triathlon.
42nd Medal won by brother Jonny Brownlee who finished in 3rd and scored Team GB a bronze medal.
43rd Medal was successful silver for windsurfer Nick Dempsey as he surfed to victory in Weymouth.
44th Medal was gold and won by the Equestrian team of Carl Hester, Laura Bechtolsheimer and Charlotte Dujardi in the dressage event. A first for GB!
45th Medal was taken by high jumper Robbie Grabarz who jumped a remarkable 2.29m.
46th Medal won by the very surprised Brit, Laura Trott who lifted her second gold medal in the Women’s omnium.
47th Medal won by the emotional Victoria Pendleton who won silver next to her aussie arch-rival Anna Meares in the Women’s sprint.
48th Medal won by Sir Chris hoy taking his Olympic medal total to 6 Gold – one more than Sir Steven Redgrave.
Today we’ll be waiting for Team GB’s Shanaze Reade to take to the bike and compete in the BMX events as well as Tim Brabant’s defend his title in the Men’s Kayak singles in Greenwich Park.
• Don’t miss the Equestrian Individual Jumping Final at 2.44pm.
• Athletics Men’s 110m hurdles semi-final at 7.15pm
• GB Women’s Hockey semi-final against Argentine at 8.00pm
• Athletics Men’s 200m semi-finals at 8.10pm – can bolt do it again?