Britain's Ed Clancy claimed the bronze in the men's track cycling omnium event. Denmark's Lasse Norman Hansen won the gold and France's Bryan Coquard won silver.
Ed Clancy going up against world champion Glenn O'Shea of Australia in the seventh heat of nine.
Team GB are third on the medals table this evening:
- 16 gold medals
- 9 silver medals
- 9 bronze medals
Ed Clancy's attempt to win the Olympic men's omnium title is on track at the halfway stage of the event.
The Team GB cyclist is in fourth place after three of the six events, seven points behind France's Bryan Coquard.
Clancy opened with a victory in the "flying lap", then came 11th in the points race.
He came fifth in the elimination event.
Gymnast Louis Smith has won silver in the Olympic pommel horse final on a tie-break with gold medallist Krisztian Berki whilst fellow Briton Max Whitlock claimed bronze.
Smith stepped up for his routine to thunderous applause from the home crowd and matched Berki's score, but lost out on claiming Britain's first Olympic gymnastics gold medal due to a lower execution score.
Whitlock finished in bronze medal position after scoring 15.600 with his routine.
Andy Murray returns to Centre Court with Laura Robson for the mixed doubles final against Max Mirnyi and Victoria Azarenka from Belarus.