(LONDON) — Swimming Women’s 4x200m Freestyle Relay Finals – Gold: The United States – Allison Schmitt, Missy Franklin, Dana Vollmer and Shannon Vreeland (7:42.92 – New Olympic Record); Silver: Australia; Bronze: France;
Fencing Men’s Individual Epee Gold Match: Limardo Gascon of Venezuela defeated Bartosz Piasecki of Norway, 15-10 to win the Gold Medal.
Fencing Men’s Individual Epee Bronze Match: Jinsun Jung of South Korea defeated Seth Kelsey of the United States, 12-11 to win the Bronze Medal.
Fencing Women’s Individual Sabre Gold Match: Jiyeon Kim of South Korea defeated Sophia Velikaia of Russia, 15-9 to win the Gold Medal.
Fencing Women’s Individual Sabre Bronze Match: Olga Kharlan of the Ukraine defeated Mariel Zagunis of the United States, 15-10 to win the Bronze Medal.
Gymnastics Men’s All-Around Finals – Gold: Kohei Uchimura of Japan; Silver: Marcel Nguyen of Germany; Bronze: Danell Leyva of the United States;
Judo Women’s 70kg Finals – Gold: Luice Decosse of France; Silver: Kerstin Thiele of Germany; Bronze: Yuri Alvear of Colombia and Edith Bosch of the Netherlands;
Judo Men’s 90k Finals – Gold: Dae-Nam Song of South Korea; Silver: Asley Gonzalez of Cuba; Bronze: Ilias Illiadis of Greece and Masashi Nishiyama of Japan;
Rowing – Men’s Eight Finals – Gold: Germany; Silver: Canada; Bronze: Great Britain
Table Tennis – Women’s Gold Medal Match – Li Xiaoxia of China defeated Ding Ning of China, 4-1 to win the Gold medal.
Table Tennis – Women’s Bronze Medal Match – Feng Tianwei of Singapore defeated Katsumi Ishikawa of Japan, 4-0 to win the Bronze medal.
Rowing, Women’s Pair Final: Gold: Heather Glover and Heather Stanning of Great Britain; Silver: Sarah Tait and Kate Hornsey of Australia; Bronze: Rebecca Scown and Juliette Haigh of New Zealand
Sara Hendershot and Sarah Zelenka of the United States finished 4th.
Rowing, Men’s Pair Final: Gold: Hamish Bond and Eric Murray of New Zealand; Silver: Niccolo’ Mornati and Lorenzo Carboncini of Italy; Bronze: Frandsen Scott and David Calder of Canada.
Tom Peszek and Silas Stafford of the United States finished 4th.
Rowing, Women’s Quadruple Sculls Final: Gold: Ukrane with a time of 6:35.93; Silver: Germany with a time of 6:38.09; Bronze: The United States with a time of 6:40.63
Cycling, Road: Women’s Individual Time Trial: Gold: Kristen Armstrong of the United States (37:34.82), Silver: Judith Arndt of Germany, Bronze: Olga Zabelinskaya of Russia.
Cycling, Road: Men’s Individual Time Trial: Gold: Great Britain’s Bradley Wiggins, Silver: Germany’s Tony Martin, Bronze: Great Britain’s Christopher Froome.
Diving, Men’s Synchronized 3m Springboard: Gold: China’s Luo Yutong/Qin Kai, Silver: Russia’s Ilya Zakharov/Evgeny Kuznetsov, Bronze: United States’ Troy Dumais/Kristian Ipsen.
Shooting, Women’s 25M Pistol: Gold: Korea’s Kim Jangmi, Silver: China’s Chen Ying, Bronze: Olena Kostevych.
Weightlifting, Women’s 69kg/170 lbs Group A: Gold: DPR Korea’s Jong Sim Rim, Silver: Romania’s Roxana Daniela Cocos, Bronze: Belarus’ Maryna Shkermankova.
Weightlifting, Men’s 77kg/170 lbs Group A: Gold: China’s Lu Xiaojun, Silver: China’s Lu Hoajie, Bronze: Cuba’s Ivan Cambar Rodriguez.
Canoe/Kayak Whitewater Men’s K-1: Gold: Italy’s Daniele Molmenti, Silver: Czech Republic’s Vavrinec Hradilek, Bronze: Germany’s Hannes Aigner.
Swimming, Men’s 200m Breaststroke: Gold: Hungary’s Daniel Gyurta, Silver: Great Britain’s Michael Jamieson, Bronze: Japan’s Ryo Tateishi.
Swimming, Men’s 100m Freestyle: Gold: The United States’ Nathan Adrian, Australia’s James Magnussen, Bronze: Canada’s Brent Hayden.
Swimming, Women’s 200m Butterfly: Gold: China’s Jiao Liuyang, Silver: Spain’s Mireia Belmonte Garcia, Bronze: Japan’s Hoshi Natsumi.
Medal Count: China – 30; The United States – 29; Japan – 17;
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