Trampolinist Kat Driscoll's Olympic dream is over, after she missed out on a place in the final.
Driscoll, originally from Kent but a Washington resident since the age of 18, finished the qualifying round in ninth place, just missing out on the top eight which would have earned her a place in the final.
The former world number one, who was seen as a medals candidate, started slowly and was ninth after the first round.
Although at one point in the second round she was in third place, she was pushed out of the top eight by the final competitor in the final qualifying round, the USA's Savannah Vinsant.
Driscoll told BBC Sport: "I feel like I should have been in the final - you hope you've done enough and you just have to sit and watch, and see what comes from it.
"To compete in front of that crowd was an absolute honour. They were great, it felt good to know we had the most support in there. I'm never going to get that back again, that was a fantastic thing to have been a part of.
"That was the highest finish we've had at the Olympics for a woman, it's just so disappointing to be so close to the final, a tenth away. To finish ninth, when the top eight made the final, is a horrible position to be in."
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