Steve Russell - Staff Photographer - @RussellPhotos
We win a bronze and then, it's gone.
Have to feel for the guys, I've never really seen people go from that high to that low in a long time.
Canadian distance runner Cameron Levins, fifth from left, runs the 5,000 at the London 2012 Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium.
Gavin Smellie leads out the Canadian 4x100.
Canadian sprinter Justyn Warner crosses the line.
Canadian sprinter Justyn Warner and Jared Connaughton wait to see if they had won bronze.
Canadian sprinter Justyn Warner and Jared Connaughton celebrate thinking they had won bronze.
Canadian sprinter Jared Connaughton in the arms of Oluseyi Smith celebrate thinking they had won the bronze.
Canadian sprinter Gavin Smellie, Oluseyi Smith, Justyn Warner and Jared Connaughton celebrate bronze.
After a couple minutes of hugs, high fives and kisses with Canadian spectators Justyn Warner reacts as there is an announcement that Canada is disqualified.
Canadian sprinter Oluseyi Smith buries his face in his hands as Justyn Warner lays on the track beside him after Canada was disqualified.
Canadian sprinter Jared Connaughton reacts after Canada was disqualified. Connaughton had stepped on a lane line near the last exchange.
Canadian sprinter Oluseyi Smith buries his face in the flag as Justyn Warner and Gavin Smellie sit on the track.
Canadian sprinter Justyn Warner is consoled by Nikkita Holder after Canada was disqualified.
Canadian sprinter Justyn Warner who had run the anchor starts to leave the track.
Canadian sprinter Justyn Warner walks off the track.
Canada was almost disqualified twice on the evening, Justyn Warner gave the baton to someone in the crowd and track officials demanded it back threatening disqualification.
The first disqualification was stayed.
Usain Bolt and the Jamaicans won gold.
Mo Farrah, winner fo the 10,000 metres also won the 5,000.
Canada had medal hopes in the women's Mountain Bike with Catharine Pendrel ranked number one in the world.
Catharine Pendrel got a wheel stuck in the rock garden and had to dismount to free her bike.
Catharine Pendrel got a wheel stuck in the rock garden and had to dismount to free her bike, she finished ninth in Women's Mountain Bike.
Catharine Pendrel finishes the race in ninth in Women's Mountain Bike.
Emily Batty broke a collar bone in training and still started and finished the Women's Mountain Bike.
One day left! Any guesses to the final total?