4.27pmSo for the last time on our coverage of the Games of the 30th Olympiad... It is a fond farewell from everyone here at Sports Mole.
4.25pmYou can follow the closing ceremony with our Dear Leader, Mr. Neil Wilkes, from 7pm onwards. We hope you enjoyed our coverage of the Olympics. Join us in four years for Rio 2016... but hopefully you'll be back before that, too...
4.22pmThat effectively brings the Olympics to a close. All that is left is tonight's closing ceremony.
4.19pmJoshua is receiving some acclaim from Lennox Lewis. I'm sure it is a massive moment for the 22-year-old.
4.17pmGreat Britain have also far exceeded their overall performance from Beijing. 29 gold medals
4.16pmWell, Team GB's boxing team have topped their performance in Beijing. Three golds, a silver and a bronze. Superb.
Round 3Joshua drives forward but is caught as he does so.
Round 3It is a bit untidy at the start of the third. That will suit Cammarelle down to the ground.
End of Round 2Cammarelle leads 13-10 as they head into the final round. Joshua needs to pull something out of the hat.
Round 2Joshua clipped Cammarelle with a few decent shots, but is hit with a couple as well.
Round 2The Italian is landing more and he is dictating the pace of the fight.
Round 2There are some periods where Joshua is throwing the jab out weakly, which seems to suit Cammarelle, who is biding his time. He exploded at the end of the last round to good effect. Joshua needs to put some pressure on.
End of Round 1Well, Joshua looked comfortbale until that late burst from the Italian. Cammarelle leads 6-5...
Round 1Cammarelle pins Joshua in the corner and unleashing a flurry of punches, which have Joshua troubled!
Round 1Both fighters just seem to be figuring each other out in this opening round. Joshua connects with a speedy two-shot combination.
Round 1Joshua finds a decent right that should score.
Round 1Cautious start. Joshua is establishing his jab early on.
3.21pmCammarelle defeated David Price in the semi-finals in Beijing before going on to claim gold. Can he break British hearts once again?
3.20pmIt is time for the final bout of London 2012. It would be so fitting if Anthony Joshua could clinch gold.
3.16pmNext up: Anthony Joshua (Great Britain) vs. Roberto Cammarelle (Italy)
3.15pmI'm surprised to hear that the Kazakhstan national anthem is not the one off Borat... I think we've been lied to.
3.13pm... and gold goes to Serik Sapiyev of Kazakhstan!
3.12pmSilver, of course, goes to Great Britain's Fred Evans...
3.11pmHere come the welterweight to be bestowed with their Olympic medals. Bronze goes to Ukraine's Taras Shelestyuk and Russia's Andrey Zamkavoy.
3.04pmNo winner could be determined on points, no winner could be determined on countback. As close as it could have ever been, but it is the Russian who has prevailed.
3.04pmTHE WINNER ON JUDGES' INDIVIDUAL PREFERENCE: EGOR MEKHONTCEV!
3.03pmIt is taking an age to announce the scores. I smell a countback...
3.02pmIt's over! Close, but I think Niyazymbetov has won this...
2.58pmMekhontcev has battled back to level the scores at 8-8. Final round!
2.54pmNiyazymbetov leads 4-3 after the first round.
2.45pmNext up: Egor Mekhontcev (Russia) vs. Adilbek Niyazymbetov (Kazakhstan)
2.42pm... and gold goes to Ukraine's Vasyl Lomachenko!
2.41pmSilver goes to South Korea's Han Soonchul...
2.40pmThe lightweights come out to receive their medals. Bronze goes to Cuba's Yasnier Toledo and Evaldas Petrauskas of Lithuania.
2.36pmIt's not gold, but Evans can be well pleased with silver. He was beaten by the better man, but can reflect on his achievements at these Olympics with some pride.