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11m watch women's 10,000m on BBC1
More than 11 million people tuned in to BBC1 on Friday night to watch the Olympics.
Overnight figures show the women's 10,000m final, won by Ethiopia's Tirunesh Dibaba, had a peak audience of 11.1 million with another 700,000 watching via the red button.
The 27-year-old, who won the distance double at the Beijing Olympics, saw off Sally Kipyego and Vivian Cheruiyot with a final-lap burst to win by more than five seconds.
The Games have been a huge ratings success for the BBC.
Figures released by the corporation show record numbers of people watching the coverage online with its website recording a peak audience of 8 million - above the previous record of 5.7 million.
More than 1.5 million people have downloaded the BBC's Olympics app for their phone and around 17 million people have used one of the 24 red button streams.
The website has seen 29 million requests for its interactive video streams with video of Bradley Wiggin's win being the single most popular - with 729,000 requests.