Just as you thought the Olympics couldn't get any better for Team GB, day 11 in Rio made the record books.
We had an impressive nine top-three finishes, and overhauled our previous best medals total at an overseas Games - that was Beijing eight years ago. So, here's exactly what you need to catch up on.
Cycling power couple Jason Kenny and Laura Trott continued Team GB's dominance in the Velodrome.
As Kenny took his career gold tally to six with victory in the Keirin, his fiancee Trott won the women's Omnium for her second gold of the Games.
-- Stephen Grant (@stephencgrant) August 16, 2016
-- Sheryl Newman (@geekgirlSheryl) August 17, 2016
I'm crying over Jason Kenny and Laura Trott what a power couple I hope they both get knighted she's my knight
-- Amy Bottrill (@bottrill) August 16, 2016
There was also sprint silver for Becky James and bronze for Katy Marchant as Britain finished with 11 medals in track cycling in Rio - six golds, four silvers and one bronze. Yep, we're great at cycling.
Nicola Adams became the first British boxer to win two Olympic medals in 56 years.
Victory over Tetyana Kob ensured the 33-year-old a second consecutive medal. She's the first British boxer to achieve the feat since Scotsman Dick McTaggart claimed gold and bronze in 1956 and 1960 respectively.
And this tweet shows just how chuffed she is.
-- Nicola Adams MBE (@NicolaAdams2012) August 16, 2016
There's more exciting boxing news to catch up on - super-heavyweight Joe Joyce is also guaranteed a medal and Josh Buatsi won bronze after losing his light-heavyweight semi-final on points to Adilbek Niyazymbetov of Kazakhstan.
It was a golden day for sailing too.
Giles Scott wrapped up Finn glory - and perhaps just as exciting for him is that Olympic Nan herself tweeted about it (you must have heard how Mavis is the grandmother of Olympic swimming champion Adam Peaty... and she totally owns Twitter).
-- Mavis (@Mavise42Mavis) August 16, 2016
Meanwhile, Hannah Mills and Saskia Clark all but secured the women's 470 crown, and Ireland also won their first sailing medal in 34 years. Congrats Annalise Murphy!
-- Annalise Murphy (@Annalise_Murphy) August 16, 2016
Diver Jack Laugher bagged himself an individual silver... while another diver bellyflopped.
He only came behind China's Cao Yuan in the three metres springboard. And team-mate Tom Daley was as excited about Laugher's amazing form as we were.
Let's take a moment though to feel sorry for reigning Olympic champion Ilya Zakharov, who's from Russia. He got his timing all wrong and, well, bellyflopped during the men's springboard 3m semi-final.
Just saw a guy belly flop in the springboard diving competition. Damn.
-- Danny Leroux (@DannyLeroux) August 16, 2016
The gymnastic girls are amazing and all but nothing gives me as much joy as watching people belly flop in the diving competition? #Olympics
-- Jessica Cabot (@jessicacabot) August 16, 2016
Some days you're a runner diving across the line to win gold and other days you do an Olympic dive and belly flop. #olympiclifelessons
-- Shelly Schwalm (@schwalms) August 17, 2016
-- Jodie Merriman (@joleex) August 16, 2016
Amy Tinkler blew us away as she became the youngest Great Britain Olympic medallist in 32 years.
She's only 16 and finished third in the women's floor, which made everyone on Twitter - literally, everyone - question their life choices just a bit.
Amy Tinkler just got bronze at the Olympics ?? At 16 I couldn't even turn on the dishwasher ?
-- Luke (@Luke_Sharpley) August 16, 2016
Amy Tinkler has won bronze at the Olympics at the age of 16. When I was 16, I spent most of my time customising my MySpace profile. #Rio2016
-- David Wriglesworth (@Wriggy) August 16, 2016
Me and Amy Tinkler are both 16 and hve just sat GCSEs
Today Amy won a bronze on floor for GB
Today I walked into a lamppost on my way home
-- Olivia Blackman (@livblackman) August 16, 2016
Amy Tinkler just won a bronze medal at 16.. Yes 16.. And I'm currently 20 and crying at the fact I have 0p to my name ???
-- Brett Foster (@BrettFosterr) August 16, 2016
Nile Wilson also took bronze in the horizontal bar, wrapping up a great games for the Team GB gymnasts.
What a day!