SHOWS: LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM (AUGUST 6, 2012)(ITN) (NO ACCESS UK, ABC (Australia), TVNZ. NO ACCESS "CO.UK" SITES. NO USE AFTER 30 DAYS) 1. LONDON'S TOWER BRIDGE FLASHES RED, WHITE AND BLUE AT NIGHT / OLYMPIC RINGS ARE ILLUMINATED 2. OLYMPIC RINGS HANGING FROM TOWER BRIDGE WHICH IS ILLUMINATED IN GOLD STORY: Tower Bridge, one of London's iconic landmarks, was lit up on Monday night (August 6) to celebrate the success of Team GB in the Olympics. This was the latest in a number of spectacular light shows in the city throughout the Games. On August 1, Tower Bridge turned gold for ten minutes to mark Team GB's first gold medal, and the giant rings on the river were lit up in gold throughout the night. Similar light shows have taken place each night during the Olympics whenever a British athlete has struck gold. Two more golds and a bronze were added to Great Britain's tally on Monday. The equestrian team captured their first Olympic showjumping gold medal in 60 years after winning a dramatic jump-off against the Netherlands. In the velodrome Jason Kenny won the individual sprint. Elsewhere, Team GB's veteran gymnast, Beth Tweddle, won a bronze in the uneven bars final after a decade pursuing an elusive Olympic medal. Great Britain currently lies third in the medal table with 18 gold medals. One more win will equal their total gold tally in the hugely successful Beijing Games four years ago.