Top 11 memorable moments at the Rio Olympics so far
As we pass the halfway point of the greatest sporting fortnight, we take a look at some of the memorable moments so far.
It's not always gold medal moments that create the magic of the Olympics, here's a look at the top 11 things you may not have seen but wish you had - so here you go ...
RIO-MANCE IS IN THE AIR
After a successful, and then social media viral, marriage proposal at the end of competition in rugby sevens, Chinese diver He Zi received the second proposal of the Games and a ring to go along with her silver medal after the women's 3m springboard podium ceremony.
HUMBLE IN VICTORY
It was memorable enough that Fiji created history by winning the South Pacific nation's first Olympic medal, but it was the moment the rugby sevens team formed a huddle and sang together in emotional scenes after victory that was pure magic.
WHAT A GOAL
It's football. It's Brazil. It doesn't get much better. What a goal for the favourites to advance and keep their gold medal aspirations alive.
Ethiopian runner Etenesh Diro - one of the favourites in the women's 3000m steeplechase - qualified only on appeal after she was brought down and forced to race with one shoe off. She will clearly be a fan favourite now for the final on Tuesday at 12.15am.
Great Britain's Justin Rose went on to win the men's golf - historic in itself after the sport's return in 112 years - but this shot was truly magical.
Monica Puig was not expected to deliver Puerto Rico's first Olympic gold. In women's tennis, where Olympic medals usually go to Grand Slam champions like Serena Williams, Venus Williams and Steffi Graf, the world No.34 shocked Australian Open champion Angelique Kerber of Germany 6-4 4-6 6-1. Her reaction is priceless.
TOKOLA TAKES A TUMBLE
Finnish weighlifter Milko Tokola raised his arms in celebration after a succesdful lift but it's what happened next that made the lifter trend across the globe. The 23-year-old, due to get married next month, blacked out and well, you'll see. Better luck on your wedding day.
WHAT A CELEBRATION
You expect to see this at the gymnastics, definitely not after the 93kg class weightlifting. Lithuanian Aurimas Didzbalis certainly knows how to celebrate his bronze medal.
He gets knocked down, but Mo Farah gets back up again to defend his Olympic 10,000m title.
WHAT A FINISH
You'll need the magnifying glass to see New Zealand's Mahe Drysdale hold off Croatian Damir Martin - both racers were credited with the same time of 6 minutes 41.34 seconds in the me's rowing single sculls.
WHAT A SHOT
It's not the Harlem Globetrotters, but when the US men's basketball team are in action, anything can happen.