YOUR VIEW: What is your most memorable Olympic moment of the 2008 Beijing Games?
Now that the competition from the Games of the 29th Olympiad has come to a close, it's time to have your say on the enduring images of the Beijing Olympics.
Canadian athletes gave the nation plenty to talk about. The men's rowing eight, for example, rebounded from their crushing defeat in 2004 by capturing gold. Equestrian Eric Lamaze, who successfully battled his personal demons, completed a clean round in a jumpoff to win the individual show jumping event.
And then there's wrestler Carol Huynh's tearful celebration on the gold-medal podium, or kayaker Adam van Koeverden's disappointing eight-place finish in the K-1 1000 competition.
On the international front, who can forget Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt's dance celebration after basically jogging the final 10 metres of the 100 event in world-record time. American swimmer Michael Phelps won a record eight gold medals, but his lasting impression could be outreaching Serbia's Milorad Cavic at the last possible moment to win the 100 butterfly.
Host China won more gold medals than any other nation in Beijing, but will probably never get over the sight of seeing their superhero, 110 hurdler Liu Xiang, withdraw from the heats with a right foot injury.
So tell us what you think. What is your most memorable Olympic moment of the 2008 Beijing Games?