OLYMPICS LONDON 2012 LIVE: Games day 15 – August 10th
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- Freddie Evans wins welterweight semi-final, guaranteeing gold or silver
22.09: DIVING - It has just been comfirmed that Daley has qualified for tomorrow's semi-final in the 10m platform, but Pete Waterfield hasn't made it unfortunately.
And with that I shall say goodnight and leave the British women's hockey team to finish their lap of honour at the Riverbank Arena.
See you all tomorrow.
22.04: Tomorrow sees the one and only competitive day for our men's modern pentathletes and women's mountain bikers. They've had to wait a long time to start their action so hopefully they'll be raring to go and in the hunt for medals.
22.02: No more golds for Team GB today then but there were two silvers in the 470 sailing classes, a bronze in the hockey and a bronze in the taekwondo.
The aim of Team GB at the start of the games was to win more medals in more sports, so medals in hockey and taekwondo are definitely contributing to that target.
21.52: BOXING - Evans loses the final round 5-3 but still emerges with an 11-10 victory and will fight for the gold medal on Sunday.
21.50: HOCKEY - The British women's side have just been awarded their bronze medals at the Riverbank Arena. The direcor cuts away as Kate Walsh is given her medal but it's safe to say the Brits in the crowd appreciate their captain's efforts.
21.47: BOXING - Evans shares the second round 4-4 so he lead 8-5 going into the final round.
21.45: FOOTBALL - South Korea have taken the bronze medal in the men's football, beating Japan 2-0 in the medal playoff at the Millennium stadium.
21.42: BOXING - Evans gets off to a wonderful start and wins the first round 4-1.
21.40: BOXING - Freddie Evans is in the ring for his welterweight semi-final bout against number one ranked Taras Shelestyuk of Ukraine.
21.38: DIVING - Tom Daley performs a terrible fifth dive, scoring just 39.6, and slips back to sixteenth with just one dive to go. Pete Waterfield also disappoints with 64.35 to lie 23rd, with very little chance of qualifying now.
21.31: TAEKWONDO - Muhammad uses the reprchage system to best effect and wins a bronze medal in the middleweight category. Beating Arman Yeremyan of Armenia 9-3 in the playoff.
21.28: TAEKWONDO - The home favourite lands another head shot in the second round to lead 9-2 with one round to go.
21.26: TAEKWONDO - Muhammad leads 4-1 at the end of the first round.
21.23: ATHLETICS - Team GB have finished fourth in the men's 4x400m final with a time of 2:59.53. Missing out on a medal by just 0.13s, which over 1600m is not that much. The Bahamas won the race with a new national record of 2:56.72.
21.16: TAEKWONDO - Lutalo Muhammad will soon be takin to the mat in the ExCel arena for his bronze medal playoff. Can he make it two taekwondo medals for Team GB in two days?
21.11: HOCKEY - The Netherlands are 2-0 up against Argentina in the women's final with 15mins left to play. It looks like the reigning champions will defend their title and Argentinian heroine, Luciana Aymar will lose the Olympic final on her birthday.
21.07: DIVING - More good news from the Aquatics Centre, after poor starts both Daley and Waterfield are performing better. Daley scores 83.25 with his fourth dive and 77.55 to lie in seventh and 20th places with two dives to go. The top 18 will go through to the semi9-finals.
21.05: ATHLETICS - Lisa Dobriskey and Laura Weightman have finished in tenth and eleventh place in the women's 1500m final. Their times were 4:13.02 and 4:15.60 respectively.
21.00: ATHLETICS - Steve Lewis fails his third and final attempt at 5.85 so he will finish in joint fifth.
LONG DISTANCE DUO: Jo Pavey and Julia Bleasdale again finish in top 10 of long distance race
20.45: ATHLETICS - That record the USA women broke was 27 years old, set by East Germany in 1985.
Elsewhere Steve Lewis has failed with his first attempt at 5.85m, which would be a new PB for him by 3cm.
20.42: ATHLETICS - USA break the 4x100m women's world record by over half a second, setting a new mark of 40.82s.
20.40: FOOTBALL - South Korea are beating Japan 1-0 at half time in the bronze medal playoff at the Millennium stadium.
20.23: DIVING - A much better third dive from Tom Daley, scoring 89.25 and is now in 9th at the half way stage.
Peter Waterfield scores 94.35 with his and is up to 23rd. A good second half to the competition for Waterfield and he should be easily in the top 18th.
20.29: TAEKWONDO - Lutalo Muhammad wins his repechage 11-7 over Yousef Karami of Iran. Muhammad will now fight for a bronze medal against Arman Yeremyan of Armenia at 21.15.
20.25: ATHLETICS - Steve Lewis clears the bar at 5.75m, six people have cleared the height so far.
Sophie Hitchon is definitely out of the hammer throw.
20.21: ATHLETICS - Meseret Defar wins the women's 5000m. Britain's Jo Pavey finishes seventh in a time of 15:12.72, followed closely behind by Julia Bleasdale in eighth with 15:14.55.
20.17: ATHLETICS - We're well into the women's 5000m final now and Jo Pavey was at the head of the race at 3000m but has dropped back now.
20.12: ATHLETICS - Sophie Hitchon throws 65.75 in her second round and no-throws in her third which may well spell the end of her night as she lies last at the half way point.
Over to the pole vaut and Lewis has failed his first attempt at 5.75m.
IN A SPIN: Tom Daley struggles in early rounds 10m platform diving prelimidary round
20.05: DIVING - Tom Daley lies 16th and Pete Waterfield 31st after two of six dives. The top 18 qualify for tomorrow's semi-finals.
20.00: ATHLETICS - Reigning Olympic pole vault champion, and training partner of Steve Lewis, Steve Hooker is out of the pole vault final with three failures at 5.65m.
DEJECTED: Adam Gemili distraught after running outside of his line in the men's 4x100m and Great Britain are disqualified
19.53: ATHLETICS - Sophie Hitchon throws 69.33 in her first round of the women's hammer final and is ranked tenth at the minute. Another PB in the final for Hitchon would be a huge achievement, no matter where she finishes.
19.48: ATHLETICS - Great Britain finish second in their heat of the 4x100m. But the final changeover is very messy between Danny Talbot and Adam Gemili.
Gemili appeared to set off too early and the handover was outside of the allotted space, Gemili may have run outside his lane as well. As a result Great Britain are disqualified and we will have no representation in the sprint relay finals.
19.42: ATHLETICS - Tatyana Lysenko has thrown a new Olympic record of 77.56 in the women's hammer throw final. Surely that will be enough to seal the gold medal for the Russian. Brit Sophie Hitchon is yet to have her first throw.
ORGANISED CHAOS: Lee McConnell hands baton to Eilidh Child as Britain run 4x400m semi-final
19.36: ATHLETICS - Steve Lewis has chosen to skip past the next height of 5.65m and will go to 5.75m at his next attempt.
19.34: ATHLETICS - The women's hammer throw is now underway and Great Britain's Sophie Hitchon is going for gold. Each athlete gets six attempts.
19.30: DIVING - Tom Daley is awarded 73.80 for his first dive and that sees him positioned in 18th. Pete Waterfield scores 66.00 and is down in =27th after the first round of dives. The top 18 will qualify for the next round and there's five more dives each to go.
19.28: ATHLETICS - Great Britain's women run a SB of 3:25.05 minutes in the 4x400m relay and that sees them finish third and qualify for the final.
SILVER SAILORS: Great Britain finished second in the men's and women's 470 classes
19.18: ATHLETICS - Steven Lewis clears 5.50m on his second attempt so is still in the hunt for a medal.
19.16: ATHLETICS - Great Britain's women are up shortly in the 4x400m, with Cox, McConnell, Child, Ohuruogu running.
19.09: ATHLETICS - Steven Lewis fails to clear 5.50m on his first attempt but will get two more chances once everyone else has jumped. His PB is 5.82 so he'll be hoping to clear these lower heights easily.
18.57: ATHLETICS - First in action in the Olympic Stadium is Steven Lewis, competing in the men's pole vault final. The first height to clear is 5.50m and Lewis will be eighth to jump.
18.52: DIVING - Tom Daley and Peter Waterfield compete in the 10m platform preliminary round and all 32 divers will have six attempts.
18.47: Coming up there's diving at 19.00 as well as athletics, so lots more Great Britain action to bring you tonight.
Anthony Ogogo = nice guy 'I want to be a good son to my mother, a good brother to my sisters and a good boyfriend to my girlfriend.' @danscho1 Sportsbeat's Dan Schofield at ExCel
18.02: Here's a few stories from today, in case you've missed any of the action:
- Walsh delighted to secure first hockey medal in 20 years
- Struggling Phillips crashes out of BMX podium finish
- Ogogo crushed in middleweight semi-final but takes home bronze medal
- Campbell cruises into Olympic bantamweight boxing final
17.55: There's very little - well, no - action for Great Britain at the moment. Tom Daley and Peter Waterfield will feature in the 10m platform preliminary rounds from 19.00 though so look forward to that.
17.36: TAEKWONDO - Lutalo Muhammed will face Yousef Karami at 20.15 for the right to fight in a bronze medal match. Both lost their quarter-finals but have a last chance at a medal through this repercharge system.
17.35: Two silver sailing medals today, and bronze in women's hockey and for Ogogo in the middleweight boxing helps Great Britain's overall medal tally even more. We're in third with 25 gold, 15 silver and 16 bronze medals. USA have overtaken China to top the table with 39 gold to China's 37.
BRONZE MEDAL: Great Britain's women celebrate after defeating New Zealand 3-1 in the bronze medal match to claim first hockey medal since 1992
17.13: ATHLETICS - The events kick off at the Olympic Stadium at 19.00, and there's plenty of Brits in action. Both Great Britain's men and women run in the 4x400m relay and the men in the 4x10m relay. Sophie Hitchon is hoping for a medal in the women's hammer throw final while Steven Lewis jumps in the men's pole vault. There's also the women's 5000m final and 1500m final to look forward too.
17.03: HOCKEY - That was a real captain's performance from Kate Walsh today, she was a rock in defence and provided assists for two of the three goals scored.
All of this whilst playing with a fractured jaw and a titanium plate in her cheek.
There were tears at the final whistle, these were tears of joy though compared to Wednesday's tears of despair after their semi-final loss. If this is the last time we see players such as Walsh and Helen Richardson in the Olympic games then what a way to say goodbye, winning a bronze medal in front of 15000 home fans at the Riverbank Arena.
16.57: HOCKEY - And Great Britain's women have the bronze medal! At the full-time whistle, it's 3-1 to Team GB against New Zealand and that will help to heal the pain of losing to Argentina in the semi-final.
That's a first hockey medal since 1992 and a great achievment for the squad.
16.54: HOCKEY - New Zealand have pulled a goal back but Great Britain still lead 3-1 with two minutes to go so surely it's no more than a consolation goal.
16.49: HOCKEY - Sarah Thomas has put Great Britain's women 3-0 up against New Zealand and with just five minutes remaining, surely that's the bronze medal secured.
16.46: CYCLING BMX - There's a crash and that's Liam Phillips's medal hopes over. He comes in eighth with a time of 2:11.918 minutes and it's been a disappointing final after he qualified so well. Gold goes to Maris Strombergs of Latvia, who clocked 37.576.
16.44: HOCKEY - Great Britain have doubled their lead against New Zealand and are now 2-0 up with less than ten minutes left. Looks like the bronze medal will be theirs.
16.35: CYCLING BMX - And there's no medal for Shanaze Reade as she finishes sixth in 39.247 seconds. The winner is Columbia's Mariana Pajon, while Sarah Walker of New Zealand takes silver. Race favourite Australian Caroline Buchanan finishes in fifth.
16.33: CYCLING BMX - The women's final is getting underway. It's just one race to decide the medals.
16.28: HOCKEY - Great Britain have taken a 1-0 lead against New Zealand thanks to Alex Danson and are a little closer to getting their hands on a bronze medal. There's 25 minutes left.
BATTLE: Great Britain women's hockey team face New Zealand in the bronze medal match
16.16: CYCLING BMX - Both Shanaze Reade and Liam Phillips progress to the finals and will race again in about 15 minutes to decide the medals.
16.14: CYCLING BMX - Liam Phillips clocks 38.509 seconds in his third and final run of the semi-final and comes in fourth place. That's enough to see him through to the final though as he ranks third overall with nine points and so progresses to the final showdown.
16.12: GYMNASTICS RHYTHMIC - With a score of 23.850 for their second rotation, Great Britain find themselves with a total of 48.000 and in twelvth place so they don't qualify for the next round.
16.10: HOCKEY - It's 0-0 at half time in the bronze medal play-off between Great Britain and New Zealand. Team GB look much better than they did in their semi-final and have been the dominant team but New Zealand are defending well to keep them out.
16.08: SYNCHRONISED SWIMMING - Great Britain's team finishes in sixth place in the final, with a combined score from their technical and free routines of 175.440. The Russians take gold with a massive score of 197.030.
16.03: CYCLING BMX - Shanaze Reade finishes second in her third and final run in the semi-final, picking up another two points. With an overall total of five points she qualifies for the final behind first placed Caroline Buchanan, on four points.
The final will be in about half an hour after the men's semi-finals have been completed.
16.01: TAEKWONDO - Muhammad is beaten 7-3 by Garcia Hemme in the men's -80kg quarter-finals.
KNOCKED OUT: Anthony Ogogo loses 16-9 in the semi-final to Falcao but takes home a bronze medal
15.55: TAEKWONDO - It was all level between Muhammad and Garcia Hemme after the second round two - at 1-1 - but now the Spaniard has jumped into the lead and is ahead 4-1 in the third round.
15.53: TAEKWONDO - Sarah Stevenson won't be fighting in the repercharges as her victor Paige McPherson loses in the next round, meaning she doesn't reach the final and Stevenson doesn't get the chance to compete for a bronze medal.
15.51: TAEKWONDO - It's 0-0 after round one as Great Britain's Lutalo Muhammad faces Nicolas Garcia Hemme of Spain.
15.48: SYNCHRONISED SWIMMING: Great Britain have been pushed down into fourth place with two teams still left to go and so won't be taking home a medal. But they have done well in their first Games to reach the final.
15.44: HOCKEY - Great Britain and New Zealand are still level at 0-0 in the bronze medal play-off game. Team GB will be determined to come away with a medal after their tears after narrowly losing their semi-final 1-2 to Argentina.
15.42: CYCLING BMX - Liam Phillips finishes third in his second run of the semi-final and overall he now has five points so sits joint second in the four qualifying places.
15.38: SYNCHRONISED SWIMMING - Great Britain lie third overall in the free routine final but there's still three teams to go and they could be knocked out of that final medal place.
15.35: CYCLING BMX - Shanaze Reade wins run two in her semi-final and with a total of three points overall, she's tied in first place with Buchanan of Australia. The top four will qualify for the final after the third and final run.
15.33: CYCLING BMX - Prime Minister David Cameron has turned up to watch the semi-finals, as have David Beckham and his sons - this is proving one of the most popular events of the Games.
15.30: BOXING - Ogogo loses the third and final round 7-3 and so falls 16-9 to his Brazilian opponent Falcao. But reaching the semi-final guaranteed him a bronze medal and he will be pleased with that.
15.29: HOCKEY - Kate Middleton has turned up to watch the women's bronze medal play-off game against New Zealand.
15.27: BOXING - Going into the final round of his middleweight semi-final, Ogogo is 9-6 down against Brazil's Falcao.
IN UNITY: Great Britain's synchronised swimming team performs in the free routine final at their debut Olympics
15.20: BOXING - Anthony Ogogo is tied at 3-3 after the first round of his middleweight semi-final bout against Brazil's Falcao.
15.19: CYCLING BMX - Speaking of Liam Phillips, Mr. Consistency finishes second in his first run. A good start for the Team GB riders.
Bit of a hold-up, Brazil's Squel Stein crashed in 2nd race. Not nice. Been stretchered off. Men's semi next, no time for sentiment - @mattslaterbbc Nasty scenes at the BMX track, that's the nature of the beast though
Let's not mention that GB lost top spot on sailing medal table for first time since 2000 to Australia. We won more medals though. - @jtoneysbeat Sportsbeat's James Toney with some bad news.
15.12: RHYTHMIC GYMNASTICS - Frankie Jones finishes 24th and last in the individual all-around qualification.
15.11: SYNCHRONISED SWIMMING - Great Britain score 88.140 for their free routine to give total points tally of 175.440.
15.05: Judges will be kept busy in the next couple of hours as the free routines get under way in the team synchronised swimming competition and it's the second rotation for the team rhythmic gymnastics qualification as well.
15.03: CYCLING BMX - Shanaze Reade finishes second in the first of her three semi-final runs. As long as she's in the top four overall after the three runs she will make the final, so that's a good start.
NOSE JOB?: Shimizu takes a jab to the face from Britain's Like Campbell in their semi-final
14.52: BOXING - Anthony Ogogo will be in the ring in the next 15mins for his middleweight semi-final against Esquiva Falcao of Brazil. Can he join Luke Campbell in securing himself a place in his final?
14.43: RHYTHMIC GYMNASTICS - Frankie Jones scores just 21.975 for her baton routine and has slipped back to 21st in the overall standings with three gymnasts left to perform. I don't think Jones will be qualifying for the all-around final.
14.40: CYCLING BMX - Golden girl Victoria Pendleton was apparently refused entry on first try to the BMX track where she was trying to get in to see her friend and colleague Shanaze Reade.
She tweeted that she had been denied entry. But it now appears that she has been let in and she has deleted the previous tweet. All's well that ends well I guess.
14.36: BOXING - Hull's Luke Campbell has just guaranteed himself at least a silver medal in the bantamweight division with a place in the final where he will fight John Joe Nevin of Ireland.
Campbell won the fight 20-11 with a flurry of punches in the final round.
14.31: BOXING - Another solid round from Campbell, he takes it 6-4 to lead 11-6 overall going into the final round.
I'm on train to stadium and nice lady in front has red,white&blue hair. Please god let it be a wig!!! It's bringing out the best in us all - Athletics legend @Daley_Thompson notices the enthusiastic home supporters on his way to the Olympics
14.27: BOXING - Campbell leads Shimizu 5-2 after the first round, a good start for the Brit.
14.18: BOXING - Things are a bit delayed at ExCel but Campbell will be in the ring shortly as the previous bout has just come to an end. Ireland's John Joe Nevin has just upset the number one seed to make the final.
Can Luke Campbell set up an Anglo-Irish final?
14.05: BOXING - At 14.15 we will see British bantamweight Luke Campbell take on Satoshi Shimizu of Japan for a place in the final.
13.51: SWIMMING - Daniel Fogg storms through the field on the final lap to finish a creditable fifth in the 10km open water marathon swim. His time of 1:50:37.3 was 37s behind the medal placings.
SPLASHDOWN: Patience and Bithell leap into water after winning silver in men's 470 class
13.39: SWIMMING - Daniel Fogg is up to 16th, 35s behind the leader in the 10km marathon swim as they enter the final lap.
13.35: SAILING - Mills and Clark have crossed the finish line, in a disappointing ninth place and 2:29 behind the winning New Zealand boat.
RHYTHMIC: Frankie Jones competes in the individual all-around event at Wembley Arena
13.28: SAILING - Britain are still in ninth place, 2:22 behind the leading New Zealand boat. I think it's time to accept that a silver medal is still a fine achievement.
13.24: RHYTHMIC GYMNASTICS - At the end of the third rotation, Frankie Jones lies 20th in the individual all-around qualification round.
13.22: SAILING - The dream appears to be over for Great Britain as they are over two minutes behind the Kiwis at the second mark. New Zealand lead the race and Britian are a lowly ninth place.
13.19: SWIMMING - Fogg has had a poor fourth lap and is now back in 22nd place, 21s behind the leader.
13.15: SAILING - Mills and Clark are in tenth place at the first mark in the 470 medal race. New Zealand are leading, 1 minute 13 seconds ahead of the British boat.
13.11: SWIMMING - Daniel Fogg is back up to sixth place in the 10km open water marathon swim, maintaining a deficit of just over 4s to the leader.
MAKING A SPLASH: Jess Walker on her way to the final of the K1 200m at Eton Dorney
13.06: CANOE SPRINT - Find out how our sprint canoers got in in their heats at Eton Dorney earlier today.
10m people watched the torch relay, nearly 10m have watched events in venue/on road, TV viewers regularly 20m+. I pity the vocal minority. - @jtoneysbeat Sportsbeat's James Toney on the success of the Olympics.
13.00: RHYTHMIC GYMNASTICS - Team GB's Frankie Jones has performed her third routine in the individual all-around qualification. She scored 23.9 for her ribbon performance, leaving her in 14th position with seven gymnasts left to go.
12.57: SAILING - We've had the men, now it's the women's turn. Hannah Mills and Saskia Clark are top of the standings, level on points with the New Zealand pair heading into their final medal race.
The equation for Mills and Clark is simple, beat the Kiwis and they win the gold.
12.42: SWIMMING - At the end of lap two, Daniel Fogg has slipped back to 13th place. He is just 4.1s behind the leader though so it's not all doom and gloom.
12.30: SAILING - The British boat are forced to do a penalty turn and with that go all hopes of a gold medal. Across the finish line Australia are second, with Britain thirty seconds behind them in fourth.
12.25: SAILING - Britain are now down to fourth with Australia in second at the third mark, it's not looking for a 26th British gold.
12.22: SWIMMING - Britain's Daniel Fogg is in third place after the first of six laps of the Serpentine in Hyde Park, just 1.3s behind the leader.
12.19: SAILING - As things stand it looks like Patience and Bithell will have to settle for silver. Australia lead the 470 medal race at the second of five marks, with the British boat seven seconds back in third place.
12.15: CANOE SPRINT - Heath and Schofield make it three boats out of four into tomorrow's finals with a second place finish in their K2 200m semi-final.
12.05: Lots of Brits in action now. Frankie Jones begins the third rotation of the rhythmic gymnastics individual all-around qualification. Daniel Fogg has just started the men's 10km marathon swim in the Serpentine.
And down in Weymouth the men's 470 crew of Patience and Bithell finally get their medal race under way following yesterday's postponement. The Brits are guaranteed at least a silver and in order to win the gold they need at least one boat between them and the Australian crew at the finish line.
12.01: CANOE SPRINT - Jess Walker has sneaked into tomorrow's women's K1 200m final with a second place finish in her semi-final, recording a time of 41.734s.
MAKING A POINT: Controversial selection, Lutalo Muhammad wins first round middleweight fight
11.46: CANOE SPRINT - Not such good news for Richard Jefferies in his C1 2oom semi-final. The Brit finished sixth in a time of 43.213s, not even good enough for the B final unfortunately.
11.41: TAEKWONDO - Read more about Sarah Stevenson's first round loss this morning.
DOWN AND OUT: Sarah Stevenson is floored in her first round defeat to USA's McPherson
11.29: CANOE SPRINT - Team GB's Ed McKeever is safely through to the final of the K1 200m, winning his heat in a time of 35.619s.
11.26: TAEKWONDO - Muhammad's middleweight quarter-final fight will be at 15.45, against Nicolas Garcia Hemme of Spain.
LIFE'S A BLUR: Ed McKeever sprints his way to a semi-final spot in men's K1 200m event
11.00: CANOE SPINT - Liam Heath and Jon Schofield finish second in their K2 200m heat, with a time of 33.364s to qualify for their semi-final.
10.58: TAEKWONDO - Lutalo Muhammad records two kicks to the head in the final round to register a 7-1 first round victory and progress into the quarter-finals later in the day.
10.57: TAEKWONDO - It's very cagey at ExCel as the score remains at 0-0 after two rounds.
10.55: CANOE SPRINT - Jess Walker is safely through from her heat of the K1 200m, finishing fourth in her heat with a time of 42.388s.
10.53: TAEKWONDO - It isn't technically all over for Stevenson. Should her conqueror reach the final then Stevenson will be entered into the repechage for a bronze medal.
10.50: TAEKWONDO - On the mat now at ExCel is Lutalo Muhammad. The middleweight was controversially selected ahead of Britain's world ranked number one, Aaron Cook.
Muhammad is tied at 0-0 at the end of his first round against Farkhod Negmatov of Tajikistan.
10.46: TAEKWONDO - Sarah Stevenson's nightmare year ends in painful defeat. The fighter, who lost both her parents to cancer last year and tore a cruciate ligament in her knee in February just didn't have enough to beat Paige McPherson of USA in the opening round of the middleweight contest, losing 5-1.
10.30: CANOE SPRINT - Also at Eton Dorney, Richard Jefferies qualified third in the C1 200m with a time of 42.516s. Of course the top six in the race qualified for the semi-final and there were only six in the race, so qualification for the semi-final was never in doubt.
10.07 CANOE SPRINT The Usain Bolt of the water, Ed McKeever, has won his heat in the K1 200m, setting an Olympic record of 35.087 seconds along the way. Richard Jefferies finished third in his C1 200m heat and porgresses to the semi-finals.
10.00: Good morning all and welcome to the last weekday of the London 2012 Olympic Games... somehow, despite the 25 gold medals, it's flown by.
HEAVY WIND: Hannah Mills and Saskia Clark were prevented from chasing gold due to lacklustre weather but they will get their chance now
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