But before Geri Halliwell straps on a Team GB mini-skirt and tells us all to zigga-zig-ah at the Closing Ceremony, there is still time to reflect on what has been an incredible two weeks of television.
Tears, cheers and epic stories have unfolded across the Games and Digital Spy's team have picked out their personal bits from London 2012:
Bradley Wiggins winning gold - David Moynihan, Editor
"After becoming the first Briton to win the Tour de France, this second win cemented the mod-cyclist's place in the pantheon of greats. And what a genuinely nice, cool guy. Told that the Queen had sent congratulations, he apparently replied, 'F**k the Queen, Johnny Marr has sent me a message on Twitter!'"
Aly Raisman's parents watch and wince - Catriona Wightman, TV Reporter
"We all know the athletes have been very impressive and have worked very hard, but it's easy to forget about the people around them. That's why it was so cute to see Mo Farah's daughter congratulating him, and why Aly Raisman's parents stick out as one of my favourite moments of London 2012.
"As they watched their pride and joy compete, you could tell they were performing the whole routine with her - flinching and desperately wanting not to look as she pulled out her trickiest moves.
"It was a lovely and funny reminder of the support the stars of the show have had.
"The Mean Girls fan inside of me was pleased to see some called Regina George running as well. And as for the hurdler who fell and didn't qualify being called Vania Stambolov - that's just one of those bizarre moments that makes the Olympics."
Good evening, Mr Bond - Tom Mansell, Head of Video Production
"The Queen does acting! Danny Boyle's opening ceremony served up thrills and laughs in good number, but nothing topped the sight of the Queen playing in a scene opposite Daniel Craig as James Bond."
Andy Murray wins at Wimbledon... finally - Simon Reynolds, Movies Editor
"My favourite moment has to be Andy Murray's straight-sets dismantling of Roger Federer to take the tennis gold. It was an incredible performance against a man who just weeks before had beaten him in the Wimbledon final.
"Murray played like he was possessed, and for someone who's been on the brink for so long it was great to see him at last claim a major tennis victory. Loved the Pat Cash-style ascent to the players' box, as well!"
Alan Campbell busts a gut for rowing bronze - Kate Goodacre, News Sub-Editor
"Whether it was gold medal-winning success or finals heartbreak, the rowing regatta came dangerously close to making all scripted primetime drama completely obsolete with its strong emotional pull.
"Footage of a clearly exhausted Alan Campbell after he won a bronze medal in the single sculls final, gasping for breath like a fish out of water, turned me into a complete and utter wreck. John Inverdale's tears the following day were pretty dignified by comparison, I assure you.
"What's more, with his robust hugs, benevolent manner and seemingly endless supply of bottled water, Sir Steve Redgrave is clearly the kind of buddy we all need on call for hangovers, messy break-ups and minor home hair dye disasters."
Indie kids Two Door Cinema Club crash the Opening Ceremony - Adam Silverstein, Chief Sub-Editor
"My fave Olympics moment has to be Alex Trimble from Two Door Cinema Club and his sweet-ass tones prettifying the heck outta Danny Boyle's opening ceremony. 12-year-old Charlotte Church called; she wants her foxy voice back."
Peter Wilson fires his way to victory - Alex Fletcher, Deputy Editor
"Usain Bolt storming the 100m and Jessica Ennis crossing the line at the end of the heptathlon were stunning and beautiful moments that brought the nation together, but my personal highlight came from the more surprising success of Peter Wilson in the shooting.
"The entire Digital Spy office sat hypnotised as he fired round after round in the final, somehow remaining cool when everyone else faltered. While in athletic terms, he may not be a match for Hoy, Wiggins or Super Mo, Peter Wilson is an inspiration for anyone who fancies a crack at making the Team GB squad in four years' time. Just steady your aim and get down the shooting range five days a week, and even a slightly older sports fan could be on the plan to Rio."
Russian synchronised swimmers' mesmerising gold medal performance - Naomi Gordon, Picture Assistant
"My favourite moment was watching the mesmerising (if not slightly sinister) puppet-themed performance from Russian synchronised swimming duo Natalia Ishchenko and Svetlana Romashina, who went on to win gold. And also when Great Britain's men won the team gymnastics bronze - the first Olympic gymnastics medal for the team in 100 years!"
Sir Chris Hoy, Victoria Pendleton bid farewell to the Olympics - Ben Lee, Editorial Assistant
"There was much hype surrounding the Great Britain/Australia rivalry in the track cycling before the London Games. In retrospect, such talk was laughable as Great Britain utterly dominated with a massive haul of seven out of a possible ten - and it could have been even more. What if we hadn't been disqualified in the women's team sprint?
"Rising star Laura Trott, only 20 years old, secured two golds - an immense achievement. Victoria Pendleton and Sir Chris Hoy then memorably marked the end of their Olympic careers as they closed out the final day at the velodrome.
"Now-retired Pendleton, having already grabbed the women's keirin gold, can feel hard done by after being relegated in the sprint final's first round, but her emotional goodbye was incredibly affecting and totally deserved.
"And Sir Chris Hoy? He has cemented himself as, in my eyes, Britain's greatest ever Olympian, powering to victory in the men's keirin and collecting a historic sixth gold medal. Unbelievable."
Mo Farah sprints to victory in the 10,000m - Mayer Nissim, News Editor
"Team GB won an incredible three athletic golds in one day, but the best was saved for last and Mo Farah. Jessica Ennis's stunning heptathlon victory was all-but assured by her 800m final event and despite the surprise, the turn-taking of the long jump just didn't give Greg Rutherford the same drama as Mo's flawless run.
"It was incredibly tight for the first 9,000 metres and there was a real fear that the 29-year-old might get boxed in. Mo never looked worried for a second, and he delicately ghosted his way through the pack before kicking into a sprint as the bell rang.
"With half a lap to go, Kenenisa Bekele went up a gear and it seemed possible that he'd deny Farah and the 80,000 in the Olympic stadium. From somewhere, Mo took it up yet another notch - as though the last 9,920 metres had never happened - crossing the line to a euphoric roar from the home support.
"He hugged his US training partner Galen Rupp who had snuck silver, fell to his knees in prayer and rolled around in pure disbelief, capping off a truly Super Saturday for Team GB. We think the BBC pundits enjoyed it as well."
Mark Lawrenson curses Team GB as they lose on penalties - Paul Millar, Soaps Reporter
"English footballers missing crucial penalties in shoot-outs has become one of the country's better tourist attractions in recent years. Chris Waddle, Stuart Pearce, Gareth Southgate, Ashley Cole and now Daniel Sturridge - it's starting to read like a war memorial, and it's getting beyond parody as it seems England has now infected the whole of Britain with this dreadful disease.
"Not that it bothers Mark Lawrenson however, a man who increasingly sounds like he's busy doing something else as he's resorted to comments, often spiteful, by our culture-extrordinaire Jonathan Pearce, whose pronunciation of some of the UAE players defied belief, and provided the funniest moment of London 2012.
"But Team GB's loss to South Korea is, despite being a strange contender for my fave Olympics TV moment, also a stark reminder to drop the football in Rio and bring back the tug of war!"
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