GB's Karina Bryant wins a bronze medal in judo
Great Britain's Karina Bryant claimed Olympic bronze in the women's +78kg by beating Iryna Kindzerska of Ukraine.
Cuba's Idalys Ortiz won gold by judges' decision against Japan's Mika Sugimoto, who beat Bryant in the semi-final.
Bryant went behind to a waza-ari in her bronze medal contest but the 33-year-old levelled with a waza-ari on the counter to huge roars from the crowd.
She conceded a yuko but scored a second waza-ari which, added to the first, gave her an ippon and victory.
It is a second medal for GB's women in the judo after the silver won by Gemma Gibbons in the -78kg category on Thursday.
Bryant already has four European Championship golds and seven World Championship medals to her name, but her bronze at the ExCel provided a first medal in four Olympics appearances.