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Rematch takes place at Wembley Stadium next Saturday

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Britain's Olympic winner Mo Farah

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Boxing: Anthony Joshua wins Team GB's 29th gold medal of London 2012 with super-heavyweight victory

Anthony Joshua rounded off Great Britain's most successful boxing performance at an Olympic Games for over 100 years in dramatic fashion as he made up a three-point deficit in the final round to claim super-heavyweight gold on countback.

Luke Campbell wins gold for the men's bantamweight boxing on day 15 of the Olympics

Boxing: Luke Campbell predicts more gold for Team GB today

Olympic champion Luke Campbell is confident Britain's boxers will add to the host nation's gold medal tally today.

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Brit watch: Hosts aim for golden finale to Games

As the Olympic Games come to their final weekend, there are still some British medal hopes remaining. Most of those are today rather than tomorrow, with Mo Farah the highest profile. There are also a set of canoe sprint finals this morning, boxing finals both today and tomorrow, and men's and women's modern pentathlon today and tomorrow respectively.

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Paula Radcliffe backs Team GB's Mo Farah to win gold double

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