British judo bronze medalist Karina Bryant hopes Team GB's impressive showing at the Olympics will encourage children to take up judo.
Speaking just a day after picking up her medal, the 33-year-old judoka said: "It's going to be amazing for judo.
"Hopefully it will inspire youngsters to come into the sport and get into schools or local judo clubs and give it a go."
She continued: "I highly recommend it. I've had a great time doing it so hopefully some other people will as well."
Karina Bryant claimed Team GB's second medal in judo in the heavyweight final against Ukraine's Iryna Kindzerska at the ExCel Centre.
Gemma Gibbons won Britain's other medal in the women’s -78kg.
London 2012 will probably be Bryant's last Olympic Games.