Ukraine's Vasyl Lomachenko won his second Olympic title today after completely outclassing Soonchul Han in the men's lightweight final at the ExCel.
The champion from the now-defunct featherweight division, regarded by some as the world's best amateur, romped to a 19-9 victory over his South Korean opponent.
The bout was all but over after world champion Lomachenko won the first round 7-2 and although Han did well to lose the second only 4-3, normal service resumed in the final round, which he lost 8-4.
Cuba's Robeisy Ramirez Carrazana, who defeated Ireland's Michael Conlan in the semi-finals, was earlier crowned flyweight champion after beating Tugstsogt Nyambayar.
Carrazana, 18, won this afternoon's first final on the last day of London 2012 by a score of 17-14 over his older Mongolian opponent in what was an exciting contest.
Nyambayar, 20, enjoyed the lion's share of support but Carrazana edged the opening round 6-5 and after a level second, was awarded the third 7-5.
Elsewhere, Kazakhstan's Serik Sapiyev claimed the welterweight crown with a surprisingly easy 17-9 win over home favourite Fred Evans.
European champion Evans disposed of world champion and world number one Taras Shelestyuk in the semi-final but failed to show up against the man who finished runner-up at the World Championship.
Sapiyev completely dominated from start to finish against a passive Evans, who lost every round.