I'm feeling a bit sad because it's the final day of our Go For Gold competitions - I hope you've enjoyed them as much as I have! To cheer me up, I want you to leave a comment on this post telling me your favourite moment of the London 2012 Olympic Games. Everyone who leaves a comment will go into a random draw to win the final £10 voucher - make sure you're logged in though, as if you leave an Anonymous comment I can't contact you!
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As for me, my favourite moment was when Beth Tweddle picked up her bronze medal. We were lucky enough to have seats right at the front for her Uneven Bars final and she was amazing. A long awaited and well deserved medal - well done Beth!
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My favourite moment of the London 2012 Olympic Games was when Tom Daley won bronze medal, he is so handsome :)
It has to be when Usain Bolt won the 100m - fantastic!
Sir Chris Hoy winning his second gold, what an achievement.
My favourite moment was when Tom Daley won the bronze in the 10m platform dive, after all he has been through he really deserved it!
my favorite moment was when Mo won his 2nd gold medal.
My best Olympics moment was Jessica Ennis winning the gold. It was so well deserved and the crowd were going wild! Shes such an inspiration.
Sarah Attar may have been last in her heat, but I was cheering her on, just being a participant was an achievement.
My favourite moment was Sir Steve Redgrave congratulating Sir Chris Hoy on his sixth gold medal, 2 legends with so much respect for each other.
When Tom Daley found out he won bronze and jumped in the pool with some of his team
Favourite moment was the Mens Canoe Slalom when we won Gold and Silver-not a sport I have watched much before but very exciting.
My favourite moment was when Mo Farah won gold in the 10,000m! I also am looking forward to the Closing Ceremony tonight, particularly as Muse are performing as I am a huge Muse fan!!
One of my favorite moments of the Games was seeing Mo Farah and Usain Bolt mimicking each others' trademark poses on the podium together. Great fraternity between them and a picture to aspire too for the upcoming generation.
My favourite moment was watching Mo Farrah win the 10,000 metres.
What a long way to go and what a winner!
It has to be Chris Hoy who his a great ambassador to both sport and Great Britain
I think I will take up rowing as you seem to win a medal then get a hug from Steve Redgrave. The man is a legend but so supportive to the rowing fraternity. Its so wonderful to see his emotion and hear his expertise.
My absolute favourite Olympic moment would have to be watching Mo Farrah win his second Gold last night. I've never watched a race where someone ran with so much determination to win for national pride. I felt goosebumps watching him.
Katherine Copeland and Sophie Hosking winning and collecting their medals. Their tears of joy are my greatest memory. What an achievement.
My favourite moment of the Olympics was when Mo Farrah did the lightening bolt and Ussain Bolt did the Mobot together
Gosh, where to start when there have been so many brilliant moments. I think mine was watching Bradley Wiggins win the time trial - his uncertainty when he first finished as to his position and then his joy when he won. Coupled with his win at the Tour de France, it proved our dominance in cycling, plus he seems to be such a nice man, but so do the rest of our athletes - a team to be proud of.
Sir Chris Hoy winning his 6th olympic gold what an ambassador for sport he is, such a genuine nice guy
The Olympics have been AMAZING, I can honestly say I am so proud of what our country has achieved in hosting them. If I had to choose one moment, it would be Tom Daley's win last night. What a champ.
I found David Rudisha being interviewed after he won a gold medal very touching. Such a modest man, very articulate and the way he spoke about his father who'd once won a silver medal had me close to tears. He has stayed in my mind.
Had to be Mo winning his second Gold last night.
He was great and the commentory was just as good - how exciting
I hadn't been too fussed about the Olympics before it all started, but once the Opening Ceremony got under way I was hooked. I've even grown to love Wenlock. The moment which I'll remember for the longest is a giant Wenlock hugging Mo Farah after he won gold in the 10,000m last Saturday.
opening of the olympics for me, but could tonight top that??
Jessica Ennis smile as she crossed the line to win Gold in the hepathalon.
Jessica Ennis winning the 800m to smash her rivals in the Heptathlon and get Olympic Gold on home turf.
Must admit i wasent really excited about the olympics. But im now addicted. i have loved it and my favourite moment was watching ed clancy. A true marvel and one of the Yorkshire winners. Us yorkshire folk did well x x
Andy Murray getting "revenge" over Roger Federer in the tennis and Tom Daley's jubilation on winning bronze last night (after the tragedy of his father's death).