(LONDON) — Men’s Skeet Shooting Finals – Gold: Vincent Hancock of the United States (148); Silver: Anders Golding of Denmark; Bronze: Nasser Al-Attiya of Qatar;
Swimming – Women’s 200m Freestyle – Gold: Allison Schmitt of the United States (1:53.61 – Olympic Record); Silver: Camille Muffat of France; Bronze: Bronte Barratt of Australia;
Swimming – Women’s 200 Individual Medley – Gold: Ye Shiwen of China (2:07.57 – Olympic Record); Silver: Alicia Coutts of Australia; Bronze: Catlin Leverenz of the United States;
Swimming – Men’s 4x200m Freestyle Relay – Gold: The United States (6.59.70 – Michael Phelps wins his 19th Olympic Medal – a new record); Silver: France; Bronze: China;
Basketball – Men’s Preliminary – Group A – The United States defeated Tunisia, 110-63. Carmelo Anthony and Kevin Love led the way for the Stars and Stripes with 16 points.
Soccer – Women’s Group G – The United States blanked North Korea, 1-0. Abby Wambach scored the lone goal for the U.S.
Tennis – Men’s Singles Second Round – Novak Djokovic of Serbia took care of Andy Roddick of the United States, 6-2, 6-1.
Tennis – Women’s Singles Second Round – Venus Williams of the United States topped Aleksandra Wozniak of Canada, 6-1, 6-3.
Tennis – Women’s Doubles Second Round – Venus Williams and Serena Williams of the United States outlasted Angelique Kerber and Sabine Lisicki of Germany, 6-2, 7-5.
Archery – Men’s Round of 32: Baard Nestang of Norway defeated Jacob Wukie of the United States, 6-2.
Archery – Women’s Round of 32: Bishindee Urantungalag of Mongolia defeated American Jennifer Nichols, 6-4.
Swimming – Men’s 4X 200 M Freestyle Relay Heats:
1st: Team USA – Conor Dwyers, Charlers Houchin, Matthew McLean, Davis Tarwater
2nd: France – Jeremy Stravius, Gregory Mallet, Amaury Leveaux, Clement Lefert.
3rd: Germany- Clemens Rapp, Paul Biedermann, Tim Wallburger, Dimitri Colupaey
Men’s 200M Breaststroke, Heats:
Americans Clark Burckle and Scott Weltz finished in sixth and seventh place, respectively.
Men’s 200M Butterfly: South Africa’s Chad Le Clos took home the gold, the United States’ Michael Phelps won the silver, and Japan’s Takeshi Matsuda won the bronze.
Women’s 200 Butterfly, Heats:
American Kathleen Hersey finished in first with a time of 2:06:41, defeating China’s Jiao Yiulang, who finished in 2:07:15.
Men’s 100M Freestyle, Heats:
American Nathan Adrian finished first with a time of 48:19, narrowly beating Russia’s Gideon Louw, who finished in 48:29.
Women’s Synchronized 10m Platform:
China’s Chen Ruolin/Wang Hao took home the gold with a time of 368.40, Mexico’s Paola Espinosa/Alejandra Orozco Loza took home silver with a time of 343.42
Mens’s Canoe Single:
France’s Tony Estanguet won the gold, Germany’s Sideris Tasiadis won the silver, and Slovakia’s Michal Martikan won the bronze.
Men’s Skeet Shooting:
USA’s Vincent Hancock took home the gold, Denmark’s Anders Golding took home silver, and Qatar’s Nasser Al-Attiaya took home the bronze.
Women’s Gymnastics: Team USA won the gold, Russia took home the silver, and Romania took home bronze.
Equestrian Team Eventing-Jumping:
Germany won the gold, Great Britain won the Silver, and New Zealand took home the bronze.
Equestrian Individual Eventing-Jumping:
Germany’s Michael Jung took home the gold, Sweeden’s Sara Algotsson Osthalt won the silver, and Germany’s Sandra Auffarth won the bronze.
Fencing-Men’s Individual Foil: China’s Lei Sheng won the gold, Egypt’s Alaaeldin Abouelkssem won the silver, and Korea’s Choi Byungchul won the bronze.
Judo-Men’s 81kg: Korea’s Kim Jae-Bum took home the gold, Germany’s Ole Bischof won the silver.
Judo-Women’s 63kg: Slovokia’s Urska Zolnir took home the gold, China’s Xu Lili took home the sivler.
Weightlifting Men’s 69kg: China’s Lin Qingfeng won the gold, Indonesia’s Triyanto took home the silver, Romania’s Razvan Contantin Marin won the Bronze.
Medal Count: China – 23; The United States – 23; France – 11;
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Billy Hallowell, Deseret News
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