The Americans dominated the afternoon qualifying for women's gymnastics, but Britain's athletes got the loudest cheers.
An ovation greeted Britain's Beth Tweddle, who earned a 16.133 on the uneven bars for the top score of the session.
"I was nervous," she admitted later. "It was nerve-wracking to do the bars last."
Tweddle, at 27, is the oldest member of the team and Britain's most decorated gymnast. She's never won an Olympic medal, however.
Her performance Sunday helped Britain make the team finals, four years after they missed the last slot at the Beijing Games.
"We know we're not going to be able to touch USA, Russia, China," Tweddle said. "We are the level below them. Four years ago, we wouldn't be looking at that, so we are getting better."
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