Olympic silver medallist Samantha Murray collecting her medal during victory ceremony for modern pentathlon.
Having exceeded all expectations, in what is to be known as our greatest Olympics; London drew the curtains after a show stopping range of performances at the Olympic Stadium, Stratford, London.
From Eric Idle to the Spice Girls, Take that to Fatboy Slim, no genre was left unturned as British artists dominated the stage and paid tribute to the world class athletes that adorned the floor.
Speaking with great pride, Mr Seb Coe, Chair, London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (LOCOG), ended the celebrations with the simple and understated words "When our time came - Britain we did it right. Thank you!"
Final list of Medal winners:
49th Nicola Adams, the loveable Leeds fighter wins historic boxing gold for Team GB
50th Katie Taylor won Gold in the ring as she put up a champion performance against Russia’s Sofya Ochigava.
51st Gifted Taekwondo star, Jade Jones won Gold for her perfect performance on the floor.
52nd Charlotte DuJardin strikes second gold for Team GB as she excels in the Dressage event
53rd Laura Bechtolsheimer won bronze in individual dressage event
54th Luke Patience and Stuart Bithell take silver in the sailing
55th Hannah Mills and Saskia Clark also took silver in the sailing 470 class despite narrowly missing out on Gold.
56th Anthony Ogogo wins bronze in the boxing middleweight after losing to Brazilian Falcao in the Semi Finals.
57th Women’s hockey team wins bronze after Beating New Zealand
58th Lutalo Muhammad defeats the opposition and scored another bronze for Britain in the Taekwondo.
59th Ed McKeever wins Gold in the 200m Canoe Sprint
60th Our little Mobot storms 5,000m race to win second gold medal of the games
61st Tom Daley wins bronze in the Men’s 10m diving.
62nd Fred Evans wins silver medal in welterweight category in men’s boxing final
63rd Luke Campbell wins gold in the boxing bantamweight class final
64th Anthony Joshua clinches final gold in super heavy weight boxing final
65th medal is won by our fantastic modern pentathlon finalist Samantha Murray, ending Britain’s entrance into the games on a record of 29 Gold, 17 Silver and 19 Bronze.