Octagon athlete clients from five countries won a total of 37 medals in Beijing, including 20 Gold, eight Silver and nine Bronze.
Swimmer Michael Phelps of the United States established a record by winning eight Gold medals in individual and relay events. Fellow American swimmers and Octagon clients Natalie Coughlin (one Gold, two Silver and three Bronze), Ryan Lochte (two Gold and two Bronze), Katie Hoff (one Silver and two Bronze), Garrett Weber-Gale (two Gold) plus Ian Crocker and Megan Jendrick (one Gold each) enjoyed success in Beijing. Also in swimming, Kirsty Coventry of Zimbabwe won one Gold and three Silver medals.
Americans Allyson Felix (one Gold and one silver) and Sheena Tosta (one Silver) and Canadian Priscilla Lopes-Schliep (one Bronze) competed in track and field.
Donny Robinson of the US won Bronze in the event's first-ever BMX competition.
Chris Paul was a key member of the USA's Gold medal-winning basketball team.
In tennis action, Russia's Elena Dementieva won the Gold medal in the women's singles event. The tennis star was the 2004 Olympic Silver medalist.
Highlights of the past 17 days of Olympic competition include:
Michael Phelps' epic chase of history in which he garnered eight Gold medals and became the most accomplished Olympian ever.
Natalie Coughlin continued her successful swimming career and became the most decorated female athlete for the second consecutive Olympic Games. She also won the 100m backstroke, becoming the first woman ever to repeat as Olympic champion in that event.
British cyclist Rebecca Romero notched the Gold medal in the women's individual pursuit. She is now the first British woman ever to win an Olympic medal in two different sports. In Athens, Romero won a Silver medal in rowing.
If Octagon was a country, the agency would have finished in eighth place in the overall medal count.