Usain Bolt got his third gold medal of London as Jamaica won the 4x100 relay, capping his perfect 3-for-3 Olympics with a world record. Bolt steadily pulled away over the last 100 meters to win in 36.84 seconds. The U.S. took silver.

— Allyson Felix won her third gold medal of the London Olympics, giving the United States a 20-meter lead after the second leg of the 4x400-meter relay and then watching teammate Sanya Richards-Ross bring home the victory. DeeDee Trotter ran the opening leg for the United States and built a lead before handing to Felix, who more than doubled the advantage by the time she passed to Francena McCorory. It was the Americans' fifth straight Olympic title in the event.

— Mo Farah won the 5,000 meters to complete an Olympic distance double for Britain. The Somali-born Farah won the 10,000 meters on Britain's "Super Saturday" last weekend, the same night Jessica Ennis won the heptathlon and Greg Rutherford the long jump.

— Candace Parker scored 21 points and the heavily favored U.S. women's basketball team won a fifth straight gold medal with an 86-50 victory over France. The win was the latest in an unmatched run for the Americans in the past 16 years. The U.S. has won 41 consecutive games in the Olympic competition since taking the bronze medal in 1992.

— David Boudia won the 10-meter platform, giving the U.S. its first gold medal in diving since 2000. Boudia clinched the gold with his last dive, winning by 1.8 points over Qiu Bo of China.

— Oribe Peralta scored only 29 seconds into the Olympic final and added another goal in the second half to help Mexico upset Brazil 2-1 and win its first soccer gold medal. Brazil, the favorite heading into the tournament, was also trying to win its first gold — the only soccer trophy the five-time world champions haven't won.

— Mariya Savinova of Russia won the 800-meter title, beating Caster Semenya of South Africa, who got the silver. Semenya, who made her Olympic debut three years after being forced to undergo gender tests, was last with 250 meters to go, but finished strong.

— Brazil denied the United States its first gold medal in women's volleyball in a 3-1 upset that had the Brazilians turning somersaults on the court and some Americans sobbing. It was the first loss for the U.S. at the tournament and the second straight gold medal for Brazil. American star Destinee Hooker, the second-best scorer at the London Olympics, was held to 14 points.

— Artur Taymazov of Uzbekistan defeated Georgia's Davit Modzmanashvili to become the third male wrestler to win golds in three consecutive Olympics. Along with a silver medal from 2000, Taymazov equaled the number won by Alexander Karelin of Russia.

— It was a golden Saturday for Russia, with its athletes winning six gold medals: the women's 800 meters, the women's high jump, the women's 20K race walk, the men's 50K race walk, the men's 200-meter kayak sprint and the all-around title in rhythmic gymnastics.

— With all but 15 medal events complete, the United States has the most golds with 44 and most overall medals with 102. China is second with 38 gold and 87 overall, and host Britain has 28 gold and 62 overall. Russia's strong finish has given it 21 gold and 78 overall.

— The IOC said Syrian hurdler Ghfran Almouhamad has been kicked out of the Olympics for testing positive for the banned stimulant methylhexaneamine on Aug. 3. The 23-year-old athlete finished eighth and last in her first-round heat on Aug. 5.

London is preparing to close out a two-week festival of sports in Olympic style Sunday, with a thunderous celebration of British music, from the classical compositions of Elgar to the classic rock of The Who. Billed as "the best after-show party that's ever been," it will have something for everyone — the Spice Girls, George Michael, Annie Lennox, Muse and many, many other stars mixed in. Following tradition, London Mayor Boris Johnson will hand the Olympic flag off to his Rio counterpart.

— Track and field: Marathon.

— Men's basketball: Gold medal game.

— Closing ceremony.