British Olympic hopefuls are aiming for another golden day on Monday after the weekend's massive haul.
Laura Trott and Jason Kenny will be taking part in medal races in cycling and Beth Tweddle will compete in the gymnastics, hopes will be high that Team GB can set themselves to exceed all previous performances.
Tweddle, a three-time world and six-time European champion, will make her bid for a medal in the uneven bars final.
She is favourite to win gold ahead of rivals He Kexin of China and Viktoria Komova of Russia.
Fans saw Andy Murray win gold in the men's singles tennis final before taking silver in the doubles alongside Laura Robson on Sunday which followed Ben Ainslie clinching gold in the sailing, taking Team GB's total gold medal haul to 16, just three short of their best-ever performance in the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
"Super Saturday" also saw a slew for Team GB in the rowing as well as on the track when Jessica Ennis and Mo Farah saw off opponents in the heptathlon and 10,000 metres.