OLYMPICS LONDON 2012 LIVE: Games day seven – August 2nd
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22.06: That's enough from me for tonight though, so until tomorrow, goodnight.
22.03: Tomorrow is a big day at London 2012 as the athletics starts in earnest with Jess Ennis, Dai Greene and Christine Ohuruogu the star names in action.
The headlines will most probably be made away from the stadium though as Katherine Grainger and Anna Watkins go for gold in the women's pair at Eton Dorney. And the men's team pursuiters will be keen to make sure the world record they set in qualifying today isn't in vain, by bringing home the gold in the velodrome.
21.59: An appropriately exciting end to an exhilirating day for Team GB. Three gold medals and three silvers is a a very productive day.
Gold - men's team sprint, men's double trap shooting, men's C2 canoe slalom
Silver - men's canoe slalom, men's lightweight four, -78kg judo
It could have been more though had we not been disqualified from the women's team sprint having confirmed our place in the final.
21.57: BASKETBALL - That was a much improved effort from Team GB. To run Spain, the world number two ranked side, so close is quite an achievement for Team GB but the cold facts don't lie, Team GB have still yet to win a match at London 2012.
21.54: BASKETBALL - So close but yet so far. Nate Reiking commits a deliberate foul and Spain score both their free throws. It's a four point game with 17s to go.
Deng sinks a long three pointer with 10s left to draw Britain with in one point. But Spain keep possession and play out the clock to complete a 78-77 victory.
21.52: BASKETBALL - Nate Reinking drains a three pointer to take Team GB within two points of Spain with 20 seconds to play.
21:39 BASKETBALL - Team GB are hanging on by their fingernails but have cut Spain's lead to five with just over 2:30 minutes left to play.
BODY BLOW: Josh Taylor is the first Team GB boxer to exit the Olympics after losing to Italy's Domenico Valentino 15-10
21:22 BASKETBALL - Three quarters down and Spain lead Team GB's men 60-48. Going to be a very tough ask now for the guys to get back into this.
21.05: SWIMMING - Michael Phelps is back in the pool and touching the wall first again. He wins the first semi final of the 100m butterfly in a time of 50.86 seconds; the man is a machine.
He has also just revealed that he got a call from the President of USA yesterday, which he described as "kinda cool".
21.03: BOXING - Josh Taylor has the dubious honour of being the first member of Team GB's boxing squad to lose. The lightweight was beaten 15-10 by third ranked Italian, Domenico Valentino.
21.02: BASKETBALL - We're back under way at the basketball arena and Team GB are trailing the Spanish 37-29.
ROARING LION: Crista Cullen celebrates scoring Team GB's third goal in 3-0 win over Belgium
20:47 SWIMMING - A very game effort by Fran Halsall but she can't make the medals and finishes sixth in the 100m freestyle in 53.66 seconds.
20:46 BASKETBALL - They may be down but Team GB's men are certainly not out as they trail Spain 37-29 at half-time.
POLE AXED: No amount of remonstrating from Team GB's Joseph O'Regan can stop the Brazilians winning 13-7 in their Group B water polo contest
20:27 SWIMMING - James Goddard gives it his all but can't get into the medals and finishes seventh in the 200m individual medley.
20:21 HOCKEY - It's all over in Group A and Team GB's women will top it having not dropped a point yet. A comfortable 3-0 victory over Belgium tonight being their latest win.
20:19 HOCKEY - The points are surely in the bag now as Great Britain's women go three nil up.
20:17 BASKETBALL - At the end of one quarter Team GB are struggling to cope with the Spaniards ability and trail 24-15.
20:09 SWIMMING - Well she thought she would not be quick enough but Lizzie Simmonds has made the 200m backstroke final. Stephanie Proud finishes in an agonising ninth and misses out.
20:04 BASKETBALL - Team GB's men are underway against one of the medal favourites Spain. Early stages and Spain lead 10-5.
20:02 SWIMMING - Lizzie Simmonds finishes her semi-final in fifth with a time of 2:08.48 minutes. She needs to hang around to see if she makes the final.
19:55 HOCKEY - Team GB now lead 2-0 with Laura Bartlett scoring the second against Belgium.
WHEELS OF GOLD: Jason Kenny, Philip Hindes and Sir Chris Hoy proudly show their team sprint gold medals
19:48 HOCKEY - The second half is underway as Team GB's women look to build on their one goal lead over Belgium.
19:45 SWIMMING - History made in the women's 200m breaststroke as Rebecca Soni of the USA becomes the first women to swim under 2:20 minutes - new world record of 2:19.59.
19:44 WATER POLO - I'm afraid Team GB have went down again in the pool, this time to USA 13-7.
19:35 HOCKEY - Half-time at the Riverbank Arena and Team GB lead Belgium 1-0 in a tight match so far.
19:33 TENNIS - Andy Murray and Laura Robson are through after winning in a champions tie-break 10-7.
19:21 CYCLING - The emotion of the situation is getting to Chris Hoy as the Scot bursts into floods of tears during the medal ceremony.
19:18 TENNIS Laura Robson serves for the match but Stepanek returns and Robson's return to Hradecka is volleyed between Murray's legs before the Czech pair serve out for the second set 7-6.
19:13 HOCKEY: Great to see Kate Walsh sitting on the bench cheering on her team-mates tonight. Hopefully she is back in action sooner rather than later.
19:07 HOCKEY: Team GB's women are underway against Belgium. 0-0 in the early stages.
18.56: CYCLING - Sir Chris Hoy is now level with Sir Steve Redgrave on five gold medals and now has seven medals in total.
That gold can be put down to 19 year old Philip Hindes with a storming opening lap, he put them ahead of the French, a position that Kenny and Hoy couldn't lose from.
Is Kenny now favourite for the individual sprint?
18.55: CYCLING - Another GOLD medal and another WORLD RECORD for Team GB
18.52: WATER POLO - At the half way point USA lead 8-3 and GB will be looking to get some points on the board quickly when they get back in the pool.
18.52: TENNIS - Stepanek and Hradecka break back as Robson doublt faults on break point and the second set is level at 4-4-4, with Team GB having won the first set.
STREAMLINED: Team GB's men smash their own world record in Olympic velodrome
18.44: CYCLING - We'll have the finals of the Men's teams sprint in a few minutes once we've had the women's medal ceremony. Team GB set a world record in qualifying and face France in the fight for medals.
18.41: TENNIS - Murray and Robson still a break up in the second set and lead 4-2 as they look to progress to the second round.
18.35: WATER POLO - It's 5-0 to USA at the end of the first quarter. Still a long way to go and time for GB to get back into this.
18.33: SAILING - Nick Dempsey has mixed fortunes on the water as he finishes 10th in his RS:X race five but then follows it up by coming in first in his RS:X race six. That concludes the action from Weymouth Harbour from today.
18.29: CYCLING - China beat Germany in the final of the women's team sprint, however shock news as they have been relegated for an early changeover as well. They are relegated to silver and Germany are now the Olympic champions.
18.26: TENNIS - Murray and Robson break in the first game of the second set to cement their lead. A fabulous shot from Robson and both Brits look on fire here.
18.24: WATER POLO - Team GB face USA in their group match and the Americans lead 2-0 early on.
18.23: TENNIS - Murray and Robson take the first set 7-5 after Robson serves out to give the Brits the advantage. Murray showing no signs of fatigue despite winning his 1/16 singles match against Almagro earlier.
18.21: GYNMASTICS - The results are in and Rebecca Tunney finishes in 13th, with a total of 56.932 after scoring 15 on the bars. Hannah Whelan finished 24th with 41.999 points after being awarded 0 on the vault for landing on her knees.
18.18: TENNIS - Murray and Robson break late on in the first set to take a 6-5 lead and they are now serving for the set against Stepanek and Hradecka.
18.12: CYCLING - Team GB are on the boards again against Japan in the first round of the men's team sprint. And they set a world record to follow the team pursuit boys.
42.747 seconds for Team GB, the previous record was 42.914 so they smashed it. France qualified second for the final with 42.991.
Great Britain vs. France is a battle with a long history in track sprint cycling, are we all ready for the next episode later this evening?
18.04: CYCLING - The first round of the men's team sprint is now underway. The fastest two winners of the four heats go through to the final this evening.
18.02: TENNIS - Murray and Robson are currently level at 3-3 against Stepanek and Hradecka on Court One.
18.00: CYCLING - Britain's big pre-race rivals for the men's team pursuit do not look good in their ride. They finish with the second fastest qualification time but still 3.195 seconds behinds Britain's world record time.
RELEGATED: Victoria Pendleton consoles Jess Varnish after their relegation from women's sprint
17.53: GYMNASTICS - Rebecca Tunney is equal 16th just beyond the half way point in the women's individual final, achieving 14.866 on the vault. Team GB's other representative, Hannah Whelan, sits in 24th after being awarded 0 on the vault for landing on her knees rather than her feet.
17.48: CYCLING - The crowd is going crazy as Team GB set a new fastest qualifying time, which happens to be a new world record. The time of 3:52.499 is around 0.8 seconds faster than their own previous world record, set earlier in the year.
17.47: HANDBALL - Team GB lose 32-21 in their group A preliminary match after fighting back in the second half. They have two more group matches to play in the next few days.
17.44: CYCLING - Team GB's team pursuiters are now on the boards and setting off for their qualifying effort.
GOLDEN MOMENT: Etienne Stott (left) and Tim Baillie get to grips with their C2 gold medals
17.33: HANDBALL - GB Men are 11-16 down in their group A match against Argentina. They have two matches remaining in the preliminary stage.
17.30: TENNIS - Andy Murray is now on court at Wimbledon for his mixed doubles match with Laura Robson against Czech pair Radek Stepanek and Lucie Hradecka. Murray has already played once today, defeating Almagro 6-4, 6-1 to book his place in a singles semi final.
17.22: CYCLING - It's games over then for Jess Varnish as the team sprint was her only event. Fortunately for her she's young, just 21 years old, so has potentially two or three Olympics ahead of her.
That's no consolation though given the form they appeared to have at the velodrome today, they had a quaranteed silver medal and not many would have bet against them making it a gold.
17.21: CYCLING - Former Olympic champion Chris Boardman has his say: "I was watching the change and Vicky was coming through pretty fast. They are not allowed to overtake. They're trying to make it fair for everyone, the rules are the rules."
17.11: CYCLING - We're still not sure on the terminology. Disqualification would mean no further racing for the pair, relegation may mean a further ride, but not for a medal.
17.07: CYCLING - Varnish and Pendleton appear to have been disqualified from the women's team sprint in the first round, having already qualified for the final.
17.02: CYCLING - Still no announcement yet and we're moving on to the men's pursuit qualifying. Great Britain are the current Olympic and world champions, as well as world record holders. The current squad of Ed Clancy, Geraint Thomas, Peter Kennaugh and Steven Burke go eighth in the qualifying round.
16.59: CYCLING - My guess would be that Jess Varnish may have pulled off the front too early and allowed Pendleton to cross the line after the first lap, before she did. We're still waiting for an announcement.
16.57: CYCLING - Discussions are currently being had as to the legality of the changeover between Jess Varnish and Victoria Pendleton. If the result stands, Great Britain will be in the final. They have only qualified second though as China set another new world record in their quarter final.
16.54: CYCLING - Great Britain are into the lead of the women's team sprint, beating Ukraine with a time of 32.567 seconds. They are currently the quickest with the top two racing off in the final.
16.51: SAILING: Bryony Shaw comes in 6th in her RS:X race five, followed by an eighth position in race six. Nick Dempsey is Team GB's last sailor on the water today in his RS:X races five and six.
16.50: FENCING - Team GB's women finish in eighth after losing 30-21 to Japan in the 7th/8th place play-ff match.
16.46: BOXING - Ukraine's appeal against the decision to award Anthony Ogogo victory in his earlier middleweight bout with Ievgen Khytrov has been rejected. Ogogo's win stands.
16.44: CYCLING - Britain set a new Olympic record in the heat five rerun. Chris Hoy powers through the final lap to set a time of 43.065 seconds. Great Britain beat Germany and qualify fastest in the process.
16.42: CYCLING - Britain's Phillip Hindes suffers a mechanical problem in the opening stages of heat five. Fortunately a rerun is permitted.
OVERTHROWN: Gemma Gibbons is thrown in -78kg final loss to USA's Kayla Harrison
16.26: CYCLING - Great Britain's lead out man, Philip Hindes, is German by birth and has just recently been cleared to race for Great Britain. So heat five of Team GB against Germany is a bit of a grudge match.
16.23: CYCLING - Team GB are racing against Germany in the Men's team sprint qualifying and will be out soon.
16.21: CYCLING - Pendleton and Varnish progress to the first round of the team sprint after finishing second in the qualifying stages, just behind China. They will be back on the track later today.
BEAMING: Britain's Peter Wilson beams with pride as he holds aloft gold medal for double trap
16.18: BEACH VOLLEYBALL - Mullin and Dampney fight hard against the Russians but fall to a narrow 2-0 loss, 25-23, 21-13 . They sit third in pool F overall.
16.15: CYCLING - Pendleton and Varnish set new world record of 32.526 seconds in women's team sprint in qualifying, beating Australians in the process. Then China beat it straight away and clock 32.447 seconds.
16.12: JUDO - It's a strong effort from Gemma Gibbons but USA's Kayla Harrison proves too strong and wins 3-0. She takes the gold but Gibbons can be very proud of her silver.
16.07: CYCLING - In the women's team sprint qualifying, British will ride fourth and that's just started down at the Velodrome.
16.05: BEACH VOLLEYBALL - Great Britain's women are a set down against the Russians, narrlowly losing it 25-23, and it's close in the second set too at 8-9.
16.03: JUDO - Gibbons has started her fight for gold in the -78kg weight category against Kayla Harrison of USA but she's 1-0 early on.
16.02: TENNIS - Andy Murray will face Novak Djokovic in the semi final tomorrow after the Serb dispatched France's Jo-Wilfred Tsonga 6-1, 7-5 on Centre Court.
SOMETHING TO CHEER FOR: Great Britain sit fifth in medal table after fruitful start to Thursday's events
15.57: Two golds and a silver in about two minutes means that Great Britain have shot up the medal table and now sit fifth with 13 medals overall.
15.55: SAILING - There's more success in the sailing as Team GB finish second in the men's Star race. Bryony Shaw and Nick Dempsey are currently on the water.
15.38: SHOOTING - Another gold medal for Team GB as Peter Robert Russell Wilson wins in the double trap men's final with a total of 188/200.
ONE-TWO: Canoe pair David Florence and Richard Hounslow claim a superb silver as Tim Baillie and Etienne Stott go one better to bring home gold
15.35: CANOE SLALOM - Florence and Hounslow score 106.77 and that puts them in second. It's gold for Stott and Baillie with 106.41 and silver for Florence and Hounslow. Neither pair picked up penalties but the other four did - what a remarkable competition for the Brits.
15.33: CANOE SLALOM - The Hochschorner brothers were aiming for a fourth gold medal in a row but score 108.28 to go in silver position. Can Florence and Hounslow finish in the medal positions now? Stott and Baillie still sit in a gold medal position.
15.29: CANOE SLALOM - Team GB are guarenteed a bronze medal in the Men's C2 now as the other pairs fail to dislodge Stott and Baillie and there's only two pairs left. Stott and Baillie are the only pair to have a clean run so far. Florence and Hounslow are still to come so could we see two medals?
15.26: SHOOTING - Britain's Peter Wilson is three shots ahead with 16 shots remaining of the double trap final.
15.22: CANOE SLALOM - In the men's C2 final, Stott and Baillie run out first and clock 106.41 and that's the fatest time seen on the water yet. A good chance of a gold then hopefully. Florence and Hounslow to come out last.
15.17: BOXING - The Ukrainian delegation are lodging an appeal against Ogogo's victory over current world champion and number one seed Ievgen Khytrov. The bout finished 18-18, then went to countback and Ogogo was named victor.
15.16: CANOE SLALOM - Confirmation then that Lizzie Neave has not qualified for the K1 final. She finishes 12th on 117.30 but only the top ten qualify.
PUNCH DRUNK: Anthony Ogogo lands upper cut on Ievgen Khytrov in tense last 16 win
15.08: SAILING - There's more good news from Weymouth as Ben Ainslie comes in first in the Finn and Team GB also finish top in their 470 race, with Stuart Bithell and Luke Patience guiding them home.
The women have been just as successful: in the Elliott 6m WMR Round Robin Match, the team of Annie Lush, Kate Macgregor and Lucy Macgregor also clnch top spot and help their overall points tally. Bryony Shaw finishes six in her RS:X race five.
15.02: BOXING - Middleweight Anthony Ogogo was tied on 18-18 from the three judges after three rounds of his fight against current world champion and number one seed Ievgen Khytrov. The decision then went to countback and Ogogo got the nod when all five judges were consulted.
14.59: JUDO - Gibbons will go for gold at 16:00 in the -78kg weight category, against Kayla Harrison of USA.
14.54: CANOE SLALOM - Britain's Lizzie Neave receives six time penalties, knocking her down into 11th place as things stand with a time of 117.30 seconds. There is one competitor left to run and only the top ten go through so Neave won't make the final.
14.51: BOXING - The boxing has gone to countback, and Ogogo has the victory!
14.48: JUDO - Gemma Gibbons is into the final! She beats the world champion by golden score and is guaranteed at least a silver medal.
14.47: BOXING - Ogogo loses second round but still leads 11-10 going into final round.
14.40: BOXING - Anthony Ogogo is in the ring for his round of 16 bout against Ievgen Khytrov of Ukraine, current world champion, and the Brit takes the first round 5-3.
14.36: JUDO - Gemma Gibbons is now taking to the mats for her semi final against Audrey Tcheumeo of France.
PADDLE POWER: Great Britain's Tim Baillie (left) and Etienne Stott qualify in sixth for C2 final
14.29: CANOE SLALOM - Lizzie Neave is waiting for her turn in the K1 semi final as she will come out 14th. We're about five through so far and Emilie Fer of France leads with 109.73.
14.27: TENNIS - Speaking of Andy Murray, the Brit will take to the court again today to play his mixed doubles with Laura Robson. They face Czech pair Radek Stepanek and Lucie Hradecka.
14.13: CANOE SLALOM - It's the turn of the women now at the Lee Valley White Water Centre as they compete in the K1 semi-final. Lizzie Neave will run out for GB in 14th. 10 out of 15 qualify for the final.
14.11: SAILING - Team GB's women are also ruling the waves as Lucy Macgregor, Annie Lush and Kate Macgregor finish first in the Elliot 6m WMR round robin race.
14.09: SAILING - Andrew Simpson and Ian Percy come home first in the Star race seven, and more there's more success for Team GB on the water as Stevie Morrison and ben Rhodes also claim top spot in their 49er race eight.
14.05: Team GB have clinched 10 medals overall now - two gold, four silver and four bronze - and that total of ten positions us twelth in the table overall. China top the standings with 30 medals, 17 of which are gold - incredible.
14.00: CANOE SLALOM - Final standings in the C2 semi final see Florence and Hounslow top the table with 108.93, ahead of favourites the Hochschorner brothers on 109.04.
GB's second pair, Baillie and Stott, also qualify in sixth with a score of 110.78.
13.58: EQUESTRIAN - Carl Hester currently sits in first in the Dressage Individual Grand Prix on 77.720 ahead of Germany's Dorothee Schneider on 76.277 - but it's a two day event so there's a long way to go yet. Laura Bechtolsheimer, Richard Davison, and Charlotte Dujardin are still to go.
AIMING HIGH: Murray celebrates routine quarter final victory over Spain's Nicolas Almagro
13.50: CANOE SLALOM - Baillie and Stott have a clear run too and find themselves in third place with 110.78 points. With three crews to go, both GB pairs are safely in the final already.
13.43: CANOE SLALOM - First British pair Florence and Hounslow clock a penalty-free score of 108.93 and that puts them in first place. Still six pairs to race and only the top six qualify.
13.35: CANOE SLALOM - Things are underway in the C2 semi finals at the Lee Valley White Water Centre and Great Britain is represented by two pairs: David Florence and Richard Hounslow, and Tim Baillie and Etienne Stott. The top six will qualify.
13.33: FENCING - And it's all over for Team GB's women as, after a valiant effort in the competition, they fall in the quarter finals, losing 43-20 against Poland.
ON TARGET: World no.1 Peter Wilson qualifies in first place for the double trap finals
13.15: SAILING - Ben Ainslie makes the most of his rival's misfortune and wins the seventh finn race with Hogh-Christensen in eighth.
QUICK SPLASH: Ainslie's rival Hogh-Christensen goes for an impromptu swim after capsizing
13.12: TENNIS - Andy Murray completes a routine straight sets victory over Spain's Nicolas Almagro, 6-4 6-1 on Wimbledon's Court One.
He will play either Jo-Wilfried Tsonga or Novak Djokovic in the semi final.
ON PISTE: Team GB's Natalia Sheppard fences Egypt's Shaimaa Elgammal in team foil event
13.00: SAILING - No rest for the guys in the 49er class as they're already under way with race eight in Weymouth.
12.59: TENNIS - It looks to be easy going for Andy Murray now, he leads Almagro 2-1 in the second set with a break of serve.
12.55: SAILING - Jonas Hogh-Christensen, the Dane ahead of Ben Ainslie in the finn class standings, has just capsized in the seventh race.
Elsewhere Team GB's men have won the seventh race in the 49er class, and finished second in the opening 470 race.
12.52: SHOOTING - Worlr number one Peter Wilson has demonstrated why he's the world's best this morning by qualifying first for the men's double trap. He shot 139 two ahead of the Russian Vasily Mosin in second. Richard Faulds finished 12th with 133 and won't qualify.
12.49: TENNIS - Andy Murray has won the first set against Nicolas Almagro 6-4, on Court One at Wimbledon.
PICTURESQUE: Greenwich Park plays host to the individual and team dressage grand prix
12.43: EQUESTRIAN - Team GB's Carl Hester, riding Uthopia, currently tops the standings in the dressage individual grand prix, which also gives us the lead in the team grand prix. Still plenty of action left in Greenwich Park though so hold your horses.
12.37: ROWING - As predicted there's no medal for the women's eight, USA take the gold, silver for Canada and bronze for Netherlands. Britain trailed in fifth with a time of 6:18.77.
12.34: TENNIS: Andy Murray is a break up at Wimbledon and leads Almagro 4-3 in the opening set.
12.30: ROWING - Our final race of the day at Eton Dorney has begun with the final of the women's eight. We qualified last for the final so a medal would be a surprise.
12.28: REPORTS - Read our reports on how Beck Adlington got on in the pool this morning, and how Team GB added to their medal tally at Eton Dorney.
12.21: SAILING - Britain's star crew have now started the seventh race of their competition, will they extend their lead today?
12.17: ROWING - South Africa storm through in the final 500m to snatch gold in 6:02.84, Team GB got silver in 6:03.09 with Denmark slipping to third in 6:03.16. Just 0.32 seconds separating the medal positions.
12.15: ROWING - It's silver for Britain in a blanket finish.
12.12: ROWING - Britain are third at the half way mark behind Denmark and Australia.
12.10: ROWING - The lightweight men's four final is under way at Eton Dorney, is our first medal of the day just minutes away?
12.06: FENCING - The women's foil team are back in action against Poland in the 5-8 classification rounds at the ExCel.
12.04: SAILING - Events are just beginning in Weymouth now with the 49er, the 470 and Ben Ainslie in the finn all starting their races.
12.02: TENNIS - Andy Murray has just walked onto Court One at Wimbledon for his quarter final match against Nicolas Almagro of Spain.
12.01: JUDO - Gemma Gibbons marches on at the ExCel. She is now into the -78kg semi finals having beaten Marhinde Verkerk by Waza-ari with O-uchi-gari in firve minutes.
11.56: ROWING - No medal for the men's double sculls, Bill Lucas and Sam Townsend finish fifth in the final. New Zealand take the gold with a stunning sprint in the final 200m, Italy came in second and Slovenia third.
11.53: SWIMMING - Stephanie Proud also finishes fourth in her heat in 2:10.01. Both Simmonds and Proud are into the semi finals, in 14th and 11th respectively.
11.48: SWIMMING - Lizzie Simmonds finishes fourth in her 200m backstroke heat in 2:10.37, it will be touch and go whether she makes the semi finals.
11.44: SHOOTING - Peter Wilson is still leading the qualifying for the men's double trap after two of the three rounds with a score of 96. Sydney gold medallist Richard Faulds is down in 18th with 85.
11.33: SWIMMING - Antony James goes the same way as Michael Rock in the 100m butterfly, losing his heat in 53.25 seconds.
11.32: FENCING - Britain's women have been eliminated from the team foil event by Italy. They were soundly beaten, 42-14.
11.27: SWIMMING - Michael Rock finishes seventh in his heat of the 100m butterfly with a time of 52.56 seconds and won't make the semi finals.
11.25: JUDO - Gemma Gibbons continues to make progress through the draw of the -78kg category. She is now in the quarter finals, having beaten Lkhamdegd Purevjargal of Mongolia, by Yuko with Sumi-gaeshhi in the full five minutes.
SERENE: Rebecca Adlington glides through her heat to qualify for tomorrow's 800m final
11.12: SWIMMING - Becky Adlington cruises through her heat, nobody else can live with her speed as she wins in a time of 8:21.78. She qualifies fastest for tomorrow evening's final, 0.11 seconds ahead of Denmark's Lotte Friis.
11.06: ROWING - 13 out of 13 now as Zac Purchase and Mark Hunter win their semi final of the lightweight double sculls, winning with a time of 6:36.62.
11.03: SWIMMING - Becky Adlington is introduced to the crowd before her 800m heat. She turns first at 50m and the crowd erupt; the home favourite won't be lacking for motivation.
IPPON: Britain's Gemma Gibbons defeats Yahima Ramirez of Portugal by Ippon
10.52: SWIMMING - Ellie Faulkner trails in sixth with a time of 8:38.00, which is unlikely to earn her a place in the next round.
10.42: SWIMMING - The women's 800m heats are under way in the aquatics centre with Britain's Ellie Faulkner and Rebecca Adlington swimming. Adlington is the favourite and should cruise through her heat but how will Faulkner fair?
10.35: ROWING - Our lightweight women's double sculls of Katherine Copeland and Sophie Hoskings are through to their final with a time of 7:05.90. They won the race with an acceleration in the final 500m to beat the Greek world champions with clear water. 12 out of 12 boats British into finals so far, impressive.
10.26: JUDO - Gemma Gibbons has won through to the round of 16 in the -78kg weight category. She beat Portugal's Yahima Ramirez by Ippon in two minutes 14 seconds.
10.20: FENCING - Team GB are through to the quarter finals of the women's team foil event, beating Egypt 45-34. Anna Bentley, Sophie Troiano and Natalia Sheppard now go on to fence the Italians later today.
10.17: ROWING - Another British boat into a final as the men's four win their heat, in a time of 5:58.26, beating Australia into second place by one second.
10.14: SWIMMING - Adam Brown swims to seventh place in his heat of the 50m freestyle in a time of 22.39 seconds
10.09: JUDO - Austin James is out of the -100 kg at the round of 32, beaten by Japan's Anai Takamasa by Waza-ari with non-combativity in five minutes.
10.06: SHOOTING - Good news from the shotgun range as Peter Wilson is joint first after the first round of the qualification event in the men's double trap. He shot an impressive 20 out of 20.
10.03: Good morning everyone, yesterday was quite a day wasn't it? Five medals, two golds.
Can we keep the gold rush going today? Well our best chance of early medals will come at Eton Dorney with the men's doubles sculls, women's eight and men's lightweight four all in finals.
Later on we see the action begin in the velodrome, with medals on offer in the men's and women's team sprints.
REVOLUTIONARY: Will Team GB's cycling dominance continue in the velodrome today?
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