Overnight, Duncan Scott became the first British athlete to win four medals at a single Olympics as Team GB took silver in the 4x100m medley.
This accompanies the Scot's gold in the men's 4×200 metres relay and silvers in the 200m freestyle and 200m individual medley.
Elsewhere, Charlotte Worthington won gold for Great Britain in the first Olympic women's BMX freestyle competition, before Declan Brooks followed up with bronze in the men's event moments later.
The double success meant Britain have taken a medal in all four BMX events at these Games after the racing gold and silver for Beth Shriever and Kye Whyte.
And Paul Casey and Rory McIlroy entered a seven-way play-off for the bronze medal as American Xander Schauffele took gold at Kasumigaseki Country Club.
Both, however, narrowly missed out.
Follow all of today's action below…
Emotional scenes at the Ariake Gymnastics Centre
Max embraces his long-time coach Scott Hann after winning gold again.
That's six Olympic medals for the gymnast.
Olympic champion again
It’s GOLD for @maxwhitlock1 in the pommel horse final!#Tokyo2020 #CelebrateAmazing pic.twitter.com/TnVXisWX1r
Golden boy Whitlock does it again
GOLD: Max Whitlock retains Olympic title
He's done it!
Max Whitlock is Olympic champion as he retains his men's pommel horse title in Tokyo.
No one could match his stunning opening score of 15.583.
GOLD: Alexander Zverev wine men’s singles tennis
The men's singles competition has concluded at the Ariake Tennis Park.
Alexander Zverev makes plain sailing of the final to overcome Karen Khachanov.
@AlexZverev claims the men's singles gold medal for Germany after defeating Khachanov 6-3, 6-1!#Tokyo2020 #Olympics #Tennis pic.twitter.com/6WnoJQX39D
Lee Chih-kai comes close to Whitlock
Heart in mouth stuff as Taiwan's Lee Chih-kai puts in a flawless performance.
All eyes are on the screen but he comes short of Whitlock with a score of 15.400.
Team GB's star is still top of the leaderboard after five gymnasts.
Phenomenal start for Whitlock!
"That is why he is Olympic champion!", shouts Matt Barker on commentary.
Whitlock makes his all-new, increased difficulty routine look easy and scores a huge 15.583.
The marker is well and truly set.
Max Whitlock is here!
Max Whitlock is out in the Ariake Gymnastics Centre.
The GB star waves at the crowd as the men's pommel horse final line-up is read out.
It's going to be a nervous event for Team GB fans as Whitlock tries to retain his title.
GOLD: Rebeca Andrade writes Olympic history again
Rebeca Andrade wins the women's Olympic vault.
Andrade becomes the first Brazilian women's gymnast to pick up an Olympic gold, just days after becoming the country's first female medallist when she won all-around silver.
Silver goes to USA's Mykayla Skinner and Korea's Yeo Seojeong takes bronze.
What is still to happen on day nine?
There's still plenty going on in Tokyo this morning.
The women's vault final is currently taking place with the field blown wide open after Simone Biles' withdrawal.
All eyes will stay on the gymnastics as Team GB's Max Whitlock competes in the pommel horse at 10:44.
After yesterday's sensational women's 100m final, it's the men's turn at 13:50 and GB's Zharnel Hughes will be in action.
Elsewhere, the men's tennis final is currently underway with Alexander Zverev in control against Karen Khachanov, 6-3 5-0 so far.
Team GB’s Frazer Clark guaranteed a boxing medal
Frazer Clark is guaranteed at least a bronze medal in Tokyo after his quarter-final opponent, Mourad Aliev, was disqualified for excessive use of the head.
Aliev staged a sit-down protest after the referee's verdict before eventually losing his temper, kicking his mouthguard across the ring and gesticulating angrily.
Clarke's guaranteed medal means that Tokyo 2020 will see Team GB match their London 2012 haul of five boxing medals.
Charlotte Worthington wins BMX gold
Team GB's Charlotte Worthington won the first-ever Olympic gold medal in BMX freestyle at the Ariake Urban Sports Park earlier this morning
25-year-old Charlotte has quite the story, having given up a career as a chef to pursue Olympic success in the sport. Read more below.
Team GB’s swim team makes history
Team GB's swim team made history today at their most successful ever Olympic Games.
The medley team won a silver medal in the last swim of Tokyo 2020, beaten by a world record time for the US of 3:26:78 to our 3:27:51. Italy took bronze.
Duncan Scott, 24, became our most decorated athlete at a single Games with a record fourth medal – making it one gold and three silver for the flying Scot.
Full story here.
McIlroy misses out on bronze
All five remaining players parred the short 10th hole, although all had realistic birdie opportunities.
They moved on to the par-four 11th – the third extra hole – with no immediate sign of the bronze medal winner being decided.
Morikawa, though, then made a major move, hitting his second shot to within inches of the pin to pile pressure on his rivals.
And it proved too much for McIlroy, who failed to hole a birdie chance and bowed out, along with Sebastian Munoz and Mito Pereira.
It left Morikawa and CT Pan to tee off at the fourth extra hole with the latter taking the medal.
Hello and welcome to yet another day at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
There were a few more medals overnight and more hopefuls today so don't go anywhere!
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