Team GB claimed two bronze medals on day three at the Olympics - but it was a day of contrasting emotions nonetheless.
Here's all the action from across Rio that you might have missed while you were sleeping - and should probably catch up on immediately.
Tom Daley won his second Olympic bronze by finishing third alongside Dan Goodfellow.
-- Tom Daley (@TomDaley1994) August 8, 2016
The pair scored 444.45 in the synchronised 10 metres platform but they endured a nervous wait before their medal was confirmed.
Once they knew the medal was theirs they hugged and tumbled into the pool in delight in some pretty adorable scenes.
-- Daniel Goodfellow (@danngoodfellow) August 9, 2016
Shooter Ed Ling won Great Britain's third medal of the Games in the men's trap.
The 33-year-old Taunton farmer defeated Czech David Kostelecky 13-9 in the 15-shot contest having won a shoot-off to reach the bronze medal decider.
Apparently his other duties mean he's not sticking around in Rio though...
Hats off to farmer Ed Ling. Wins bronze and then heads for flight home to oversee harvest.
-- Mike Anstead (@mike_anstead) August 8, 2016
James Guy missed out on a medal in the 200 metres freestyle final.
It was hoped that the world champion might have the same success as Adam Peaty - who was in the crowds watching - did a day earlier.
But Guy had to settle for fourth place by 0.26 seconds as China's Sun Yang took gold.
Britain finished in an agonising fourth place in the men's team gymnastics final after losing out to China on the parallel bars.
They were in third place until being overtaken by China in the penultimate phase by just under two points.
Louis Smith's last-ditch attempt to pull out all the stops and win it back for GB sadly didn't go to plan as he fell off the pommel horse - but people praised his sterling efforts.
Louis Smith had to come up with the biggest routine in existence to give GB a shot. Can't blame him for the fall. Do or die.
-- Ollie Williams (@OllieW) August 8, 2016
There was another fourth place as Britain's women saw their rugby sevens medal hopes end with two demoralising defeats.
They went down 25-7 in the semi-final to New Zealand before losing the bronze medal match 33-10 to Canada.
But captain Emily Scarratt's dignified interview after their defeat meant she cemented her place as a great role model for young female athletes.
-- Women's Sport Trust (@WomenSportTrust) August 8, 2016
There was some good news for the reigning women's pair champions Helen Glover and Heather Stanning.
The duo continued their unbeaten run as the Lagoa actually saw some action after high winds led to Sunday's rowing being cancelled. They edged past Denmark's Hedvig Rasmussen and Anne Andersen to win their heat.