Britain's men's gymnastics team have won a bronze at the Olympics - the third medal for Team GB.
They had originally been awarded the silver but that was downgraded to bronze after Japan appealed at the North Greenwich arena.
An inquiry into the score of Kohei Uchimura's pommel horse routine saw the Japanese claim second place. China won the event.
It was the first men's Olympic team gymnastic medal for Britain since the 1912 Games in Stockholm.
Louis Smith, Max Whitlock, Daniel Purvis, Sam Oldham and Kristian Thomas scored a total of 271.711 in front of the Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry.
They had exceeded all expectations when they secured a place in the final - the first time a British team has qualified in 88 years.
The latest medal comes after cyclist Lizzie Armitstead claimed silver in the road race and swimmer Rebecca Adlington picked up a bronze in the 400-metres freestyle on Sunday.
Home supporters had been hoping for more medal success in the pool when they cheered on world record holder Gemma Spofforth and Liam Tancock in the 100m backstroke finals.
But both swimmers finished fifth in their respective events.
There was more disappointment after British divers Tom Daley and his partner Pete Waterfield missed out on a medal when they finished fourth in the men's synchronised 10m platform event.
Meanwhile, Zara Phillips produced a good performance on her Olympics cross-country debut at Greenwich Park as Great Britain's eventers kept their gold medal dream alive.
They hold silver medal position overnight in the team competition behind reigning European champions Germany ahead of Tuesday morning's showjumping finale.
Tina Cook, a double Olympic bronze medallist, is best of the British riders in fifth, 51-year-old Mary King lies sixth, Phillips is equal 10th, Nicola Wilson 20th and William Fox-Pitt 22nd.