Remember this from the night of the opening ceremony?
Well it filled up one medal at a time... and each photo was accompanied by my thoughts on the medal, medallist or event. Some of my updates were a bit rushed and excited so not always, erm, accurate. I don't want to forget the excitement of adding on each of the names and to relive every single brilliant moment. So here are the medals of Team GB more or less in the order they were won... part 1.
After the pain of watching Cav's dreams ride off into the distance we screamed, shouted and cheered Lizzie Armitstead to the line. A Silver medal in the Woman's Road Race.
Medal number two is a blimmin' brilliant Bronze for Becky Adlington. Bronze in the pool in the women's 400m Freestyle.
The almost-a-silver bloody brilliant Bronze from the Men's artistic Gymnastic Team. Brilliant. Bronze for Max Whitlock, Lewis Smith, Kristian Thomas, Sam Oldham and Danny Purvis.
Silver number two! Brilliant team work. Three Day Eventing team medal. Well Done Tina Cook, Zara Phillips, Nicola Wilson, William Fox Pitt and Mary King. And because I didn't add the horses initially congratulations also goes to Miner's Frolic, High Kingdom, Opposition Buzz, Lionheart and Imperial Cavalier.
And it's GOLD! Bloody brilliant Helen Glover and Heather Stanning. Team GB's first GOLD, and a very first ever GOLD for women's rowing. Wow.
A stressful, shouty BRONZE in the men's eight in the rowing. Exhausted but brilliant and all out aiming for Gold just pipped on the post. Well Done Constantine Louloudis, Alex Partridge, James Ford, Tom Rousley, Ric Egington, Mo Sbihu, Greg Searle, Matt Longridge and cox, Phelan Hill.
Another win for Wiggo. Our Greatest ever Olympian? GOLD in the men's Time Trial for Bradley Wiggins.
And a cheeky, brilliant bronze medal for Christopher Froome in the men's time trial too.
(taken late at night with terrible light!) The boy from Scotland done good, a massive British record and a SILVER medal. Brilliant Michael Jamieson in the Mens' 200m Breaststroke.
A hardwon silver for the boys in the boat. Men's lightweight four. Well done Chris Bartley, Peter Chambers, Richard Chambers, Rob William.
My nerves are frayed but that was a brilliant GOLD from Peter Wilson in the Men's Double Trap. I'm exhausted from watching! How he kept his nerve I have no idea. Astounding.