Great Britain won three golds in the space of two hours to briefly move above China into second place in the medal table on day nine of Rio 2016. Gymnast Max Whitlock's historic double success on the floor and the pommel horse came either side of Justin Rose's two-shot victory in the golf. That took GB's tally of golds to 13.
British show jumper Nick Skelton has become Britain's second-oldest Olympic gold medallist in his seventh Games. The 58-year-old, who initially retired 16 years ago after breaking his neck in two places, claimed individual gold after a six-way jump-off. It is Britain's first individual show jumping medal since Anne Moore's silver in 1972, and adds to Skelton's gold in the team event at London 2012.