Six gold medals in one day? 365 days later it's still difficult to comprehend what happened on the 4th August 2012.
'The Six Pack', 'The Gold Rush', 'Britain's Greatest Day' – the nation's headline writers went into overdrive as Team GB collected an incredible medal haul on day eight of the London 2012 Olympic Games.
It all started at Eton Dorney when Alex Gregory, Pete Reed, Tom James, Andrew Triggs Hodge rowed their way to gold in the men's four. Katherine Copeland and Sophie Hosking, who only teamed up earlier in the season, followed suit with a win in the women's double sculls soon after.
The gold rush soon spread to the Velodrome en route to the Olympic Stadium as Dani King, Laura Trott, Joanna Rowsell won women's team pursuit gold in world record time.
The action then turned to the Olympic Stadium where three gold medals came in the space of an hour. Jessica Ennis-Hill triumphed in the women's heptathlon and moments later, Greg Rutherford bagged gold in the men's long jump. As the night drew to a close, Mo Farah provided one of the most iconic images of the Games as he crossed the line first in the men's 10,000m.
Did you know? UK Sport is aiming to bring 70 of the world’s greatest sporting events to the UK post-2012, creating a 'Stage to Inspire'. 28 events have already been secured for the Gold Event Series.