TEAM GB SUCCESSES
Table Tennis: Middlesbrough's Paul Drinkhall has won his first round match against Kuwait's Ibrahem Al-Hasan 4-0. Second round match tomorrow at 13:30.
Football: Team GB Women made it two victories in as many games, defeating Cameroon 3-0. The second goal from Jill Scott was particularly impressive.
Swimming: Ellen Gandy is through to the final of tomorrow's women's 100m butterfly after coming fifth in her semi-final.
Fencing: Italy win Gold, Silver and Bronze in the women's individual foil! Valentina Vezzali won bronze, her eigth Olympic medal.
Weightlifting: Wang Mingjuan of China has won gold in the 48kg weightlifting after managing to lift 110kg.
Archery: Italy beat the US in the men's team archery final to win gold.
Swimming: Ryan Lochte wins Gold in the men's 400m individual medley in 4:05.18 - the first of the USA's golds this Games. Phelps comes fourth.
Swimming: China's Sun Yang clinches gold in the men's 400m freestyle but fails to set a new world record.
Swimming: China's 16-year-old Ye Shiwen wins gold in Women's 400m Individual Medley and sets a new world record of 4:28:43.
Beach Volleyball: GB Men Steve Grotowski and John Garcia-Thompson defeated by Canada in their first game.
Tennis: The Murray brothers are beaten by Austria's Jurgen Melzer and Alexander Peya in three sets.
Tennis: GB's Anne Keothavong goes down 2-1 despite being one set up against former World Number One Caroline Wozniacki.
Swimming: GB's Fran Halsall comes seventh in the women's 100m butterfly semi finals and is very unlikely to qualify.
Swimming: GB's Hannah Miley finishes fifth in the Women's 400m Individual Medley.
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