As Krisztian Berki of Hungary took home the gold medal in Sunday's men's pommel horse final at the 2012 Olympic games in London, it was Great Britain make more medal noise as a pair of British gymnasts took home the silver and bronze.
England's Louis Smith and Max Whitlock posted quality scores on Sunday, it was the reigning World Champion Berki who won the top spot with just a 0.100 higher mark in execution.
Smith, a bronze medalist in this event back in the 2008 Beijing Games, was looking to be the first British's Olympic gold winner at any artistic gymnastics event.
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