RESULTS: NOTEWORTHY & MARQUEE EVENTS
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Wome's Modern Pentathlon
Men's Water Polo
Men's Boxing Super Heavyweight
Men's Boxing Light Heavyweight
Men's Mountain Bike
Men's Boxing Welterweight
Men's Wrestling 66-kg Freestyle
Men's Boxing Lightweight
Men's Boxing Flyweight
Men's Wrestling 96kg Freestyle
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RESULTS ARCHIVE: NOTEWORTHY & MARQUEE EVENTS
Men's Boxing 91kg
Oleksandr Usyk of Ukraine won the heavyweight gold medal in the Olympic boxing tournament on Saturday night, edging Italy's Clemente Russo 14-11. Usyk is just the third Olympic boxing gold medalist in Ukraine's history, joining Wladimir Klitschko and Vasyl Lomachenko. Usyk broke open an even bout heading to the third round, punishing Russo with big shots. The 6-foot-3 Ukrainian bruiser then put on an astonishingly nimble dancing display to celebrate his win in the center of the ring. The Ukrainian team will lead the Olympic field with five boxing medals. Lomachenko will fight for his second Olympic gold Sunday. Russo won his second straight Olympic silver medal.
Carlo Molfetta of Italy won the Olympic taekwondo gold medal in the men's heavyweight division Saturday. Molfetta was awarded the victory by decision after he and Anthony Obame of Gabon fought a tense final that was still tied after an overtime round. Obame's silver is Gabon's first Olympic medal. The 28-year-old Molfetta is a police officer in Rome and has twice won silver at the world championships. He fought strategically on Saturday, jumping to land head kicks on his taller opponents and ducking out of the way before counter-attacking others. The bronze medals were won by Robelis Despaigne of Cuba and Liu Xiaobo of China.
Candace Parker scored 21 points and the heavily favored U.S. women's basketball team won their fifth straight gold medal with an 86-50 victory over France on Saturday night. The win was the latest in an unmatched run the Americans have been on over the past 16 years. The U.S. has now won 41 consecutive games in the Olympic competition since taking the bronze medal in 1992. The Americans haven't just been winning, they've been blowing past opponents. Only one team has come within single digits of them since the streak began in 1996. They've won by nearly 30 points a game. The U.S. has only lost once in major international competitions since the Atlanta Games - the lone blemish coming against Russia in the semifinals of the 2006 world championship.
Men's Boxing Middleweight
Ryota Murata of Japan wins Olympic boxing gold in men's middleweight.
Men's Diving 10m Platform
David Boudia of the United States wins Olympic diving gold medal in men's 10-meter platform.
Germany defeated the Netherlands 2-1 Saturday to win its second straight Olympic field hockey title and spoil a bid for a Dutch double in the sport.
Men's Boxing Light Welter
Light welterweight Roniel Iglesias of Cuba won the gold medal in the Olympic boxing tournament Saturday night, outboxing tough Ukrainian challenger Denys Berinchyk for a 22-15 victory. Iglesias is Cuba's first boxing gold medalist in London after the traditional amateur power failed to win a gold in Beijing. Iglesias was a silver medalist in 2008, but returned with a stellar run through the 2012 tournament. Berinchyk fell just short of winning the third boxing gold medal in Ukraine's Olympic history, although his team will lead the London Olympics with five medals.
Norway wins Olympic gold medal in women's team handball.
Men's 4x100m Relay
Usain Bolt gets 3rd gold of London Olympics as Jamaica wins 4x100, sets world record.
Women's 4x400m Relay
Allyson Felix won her third gold medal of the London Olympics, giving the United States a 20-meter lead after the second leg of the 4x400-meter relay and then watching teammate Sanya Richards-Ross bring home the victory Saturday night. The U.S. runners finished in 3 minutes, 16.87 seconds for the country's fifth straight Olympic title in the event. Russia finished second in 3:20.23 and Jamaica was third in 3:20.95. DeeDee Trotter ran the opening leg for the United States and built a lead before handing to Felix, who more than doubled the advantage by the time she passed to Francena McCorory. Richards-Ross had a stress-free anchor leg to add this gold medal to her 400-meter gold. Felix earlier won the 200 and 4x100 relay.
Luke Campbell of Britain won the bantamweight gold medal in the Olympic boxing tournament Saturday night, knocking down John Joe Nevin of Ireland midway through the third round of a 14-11 victory. Campbell won the rubber match with Nevin, his friendly local rival. Nevin beat Campbell soundly in their first meeting three years ago, but Campbell edged Nevin on a tiebreaker at the world championships last year. Nevin, a two-time Olympian who knocked off world champion Lazaro Alvarez of Cuba, fell just short of winning Ireland's second men's boxing gold medal - and just the 10th gold medal in Ireland's Olympic history.
Men's Boxing Light Fly
Zou Shiming of China wins his 2nd straight Olympic boxing gold in men's light flyweight.
Women's High Jump
Anna Chicherova of Russia wins Olympic gold medal in women's high jump.
Men's Wrestling 120kg
Artur Taymazov of Uzbekistan wins 3rd straight Olympic wrestling gold in men's 120-kg division.
Men's Javelin Throw
Keshorn Walcott won the javelin gold medal on Saturday to give Trinidad and Tobago its first Olympic title in a field event. Walcott, the world junior champion, threw a national record 84.58 meters with his second attempt and nobody improved on the mark for the remainder of the final. Oleksandr Pyantnytsya of Ukraine was second with a throw of 84.51 and Antti Ruuskanen of Finland took third. Two-time defending champion Andreas Thorkildsen of Norway finished sixth.
Brazil wins 2nd straight Olympic gold medal in women's volleyball.
Mariya Savinova of Russia wins Olympic gold medal in women's 800 meters.
Mo Farah of Britain wins 5,000 meters for his 2nd gold medal of London Olympics.
Men's Wrestling 84Kg Freestyle
Sharif Sharifov of Azerbaijan wins Olympic wrestling gold medal in men's 84-kilogram freestyle.
Men's Modern Pentathlon
David Svoboda of the Czech Republic wins Olympic gold in men's modern pentathlon.
Men's Wrestling 60Kg Freestyle
Toghrul Asgarov of Azerbaijan wins Olympic wrestling gold medal in men's 60-kg freestyle.
Women's 20km Race Walk
Elena Lashmanova of Russia wins Olympic gold medal in women's 20k race walk. She finished in 1:25:02. USA's Maria Michta came in 29th. Her time was 1:32:27.
Oribe Peralta scored only 29 seconds into the Olympic final and added another goal in the second half to help Mexico upset Brazil 2-1 and win its first soccer gold Saturday. Peralta took advantage of a mistake by the Brazilian defense in one of the game's first plays and shot a low right-footed shot into the net, scoring the fastest Olympic goal since FIFA began keeping records of the competition in 1976. The striker added the second with a firm header off a free kick in the 75th. Hulk scored for Brazil in injury time, but it was too late for a come back. Brazil, the big favorite heading into the tournament, was also trying to win its first gold, which is the only soccer trophy the five-time world champions haven't won.
Women's Mountain Biking
Julie Bresset of France won the mountain bike gold medal in her first Olympics, rolling through the English countryside and waving her country's flag as she finished. Bresset dominated the picturesque course at Hadleigh Farm on Saturday. She seized the early lead, then took advantage of a mistake by defending champion Sabine Spitz of Germany to build a massive lead. Spitz wound up with the silver medal, and Georgia Gould of the United States claimed bronze.
Gymnastics Individual All-Around
Evgeniya Kanaeva defended her Olympic gold medal in historic fashion. The Russian became the first rhythmic gymnast to win two individual all-around titles Saturday. It caps off a spectacular four-year run for Kanaeva, who has also won the last three world titles. A Russian has now won the last four all-around titles. Kanaeva had the highest score on all four events, finishing with a total of 116.90. Daria Dmitrieva won the silver medal - not bad for someone who wasn't even supposed to be at the London Olympics. The 19-year-old was added to the Russian roster earlier this month after Alexandra Merkulova got hurt. Liubou Charkashnya of Belarus won the bronze medal.
Men's 50Km Race Walk
Sergei Kirdyapkin of Russia has won the gold medal in the 50-kilometer race walk at the London Games. He did it in 3 hours, 35 minutes, 59 seconds, breaking the Olympic record by more than a minute. Kirdyapkin finished 54 seconds ahead of Jared Tallent of Australia. Si Tianfeng of China took bronze in the race along the streets of central London on Saturday. Kirdyapkin took a commanding lead at the 45-kilometer mark and crossed the finish line near Buckingham Palace. He broke the Olympic record by 1 minute, 10 seconds.
Men's Canoe Sprint Double 200m K-2
Yury Postrigay and Alexander Dyachenko of Russia won gold in the inaugural men's 200-meter K-2 sprint Saturday at the Olympics. The Russians, who were the quickest qualifiers from the semifinals, won in 33.507 seconds. Raman Piatrushenka and Vadzim Makhneu of Belarus took silver and Liam Heath and Jon Schofield of Britain earned bronze.
Men's Canoe Sprint 200m K-1
Ed McKeever of Britain won the final of the inaugural 200-meter K-1 at the Olympic canoe sprint regatta Saturday - the host nation's 26th gold medal of the London Games. McKeever justified his nickname of "Usain Bolt on Water" by powering to victory in 36.246 seconds in the sport's fastest discipline over a distance that's new to the Olympic program this year. Saul Craviotto Rivero of Spain won the silver medal, a quarter-length behind. Mark de Jonge of Canada took the bronze.
Women's Canoe Sprint 200m K-1
Lisa Carrington of New Zealand won gold in the inaugural women's 200-meter K-1 sprint at Dorney Lake on Saturday, denying Hungarian kayaker Natasa Douchev-Janics a fourth Olympic title. Carrington, the reigning world champion, came through late to win in 44.638 seconds. Inna Osypenko-Radomska of Ukraine won silver and Douchev-Janics took bronze.
Canoe Sprint 200m C-1
Yuri Cheban of Ukraine won gold in the men's 200-meter C-1 at the Olympic canoe sprint regatta on Saturday, adding to his 2009 world title. Cheban won in 42.291 seconds at Dorney Lake, just ahead of Jevgenij Shuklin of Lithuania. Ivan Shtyl of Russia took the bronze.
Men's basketball semifinals
The U.S. men's basketball team defeated Argentina 109-83 to advance to the gold medal game against Spain.
Men's 4x400m relay
Ramon Miller of the Bahamas chased down Angelo Taylor of the United States in the men's 4x400-meter final to win his country's first gold medal in a relay won by America at every Olympics since 1984.
Women's 1,500 meter race
Asli Cakir Alptekin of Turkey claimed gold in the 1,500. Shannon Rowbury of the Bay Area finished 6th.
Women's 4x100m Relay
The United States won a gold medal in the women's 4x100-meter relay and set a world record.
Men's 74-kg freestyle wrestling
Jordan Burroughs of the United States wins Olympic wrestling gold in men's 74-kg freestyle.
Women's 4x400m Relay
The United States and Jamaica advanced to the Olympic final of the women's 4x400-meter relay Friday night. Both high-profile teams easily won their preliminary heats. With 400 bronze medalist DeeDee Trotter running the anchor leg after Keshia Baker, Francena McCorory and Diamond Dixon circled the track, the Americans finished in 3 minutes, 22.09 seconds.
Men's boxing semifinals
Defending champion Zou Shiming of China narrowly advanced to another gold-medal bout with a tiebreaker victory over Ireland's Paddy Barnes on Friday in the first of 20 semifinal fights in the Olympic boxing tournament.
Men's BMX - Final
Maris Strombergs of Latvia won the gold medal in men's BMX.
Women's BMX - Final
Former world champion Mariana Pajon has won the women's BMX competition at the London Olympics, giving Colombia its first gold of the games. Sarah Walker of New Zealand claimed silver, and Laura Smulders of the Netherlands took bronze.
Women's team synchronized swimming
Russia won the synchronized swimming team final at the London Olympics, its fourth consecutive gold medal in the event. The Russians totaled 197.030 points in Friday's final. China earned the silver at 194.010. Spain took the bronze at 193.120.
Men's 10km Marathon swimming
Ous Mellouli of Tunisia won the grueling 10-kilometer race at the London Games on Friday to become the first swimmer to win medals in both the pool and open water at the same Olympics. USA's Alex Meyer finished 10th.
Men's Water Polo Semifinal
Felipe Perrone Rocha scored his third goal of the game with under a minute to play and Spain held on to beat the United States 8-7 on Friday in men's Olympic water polo.
Women's 470 class sailing
New Zealand's Jo Aleh and Olivia Powrie won the Olympic gold medal in the women's 470 on Friday, the Kiwis' second sailing medal of the London Games.
Men's 470 class sailing
Mathew Belcher and Malcolm Page of Australia held off their British rivals to win the Olympic gold medal in the men's 470 class Friday, guaranteeing that the team from Down Under will finish with more sailing golds than the host country.
The U.S. women's soccer team won the Olympic gold medal, avenging one of its most painful defeats with a 2-1 victory over Japan.
Ashton Eaton won the Olympic decathlon gold medal by 198 points. Two-time world champion Trey Hardee settled for silver.
Women's water polo
The United States women's water polo team won the gold medal. The Americans beat Spain 8-5 for their first ever Olypic gold medal.
Men's 200 meter sprint
Usain Bolt won the 200 meters in 19.32 seconds to become the first man with two Olympic titles at that distance.
Men's triple jump
Christian Taylor won the Olympic triple jump gold medal, overtaking U.S. teammate Will Claye with his fourth jump in the final.
The U.S. women's basketball team beat Australia 86-73 to advance to the gold medal game.
Boxer Claressa Shields won the first gold for U.S. in Women's Boxing, middleweight division.
The U.S. women's volleyball team advanced to the Olympic final with a straight-set victory over South Korea. The team will play for the title Saturday against the winner of a later semifinal between Brazil and Japan.
Women's 10-meter platform semifinals
Defending champion Chen Ruolin dominated the semifinals of the women's 10-meter platform at the Olympics in her attempt to restore China to the top of the diving podium after an unexpected loss.
Men's Canoe Double C2 1000M
Peter Kretschmer and Kurt Kuschela of Germany won the gold medal in the men's 1,000-meter C-2 at the Olympic canoe sprint regatta.
Men's Kayak K4 1000M
Australia surprisingly won gold in the men's 1,000-meter K-4 at Dorney Lake, upsetting the favored crews from Hungary and Slovakia.
Women's K-1 500-meter canoe
Hungary's Danuta Kozak won the Olympic title in the women's 500-meter K-1 at Dorney Lake, her country's third gold medal of the canoe sprint regatta.
Women's K-2 500-meter canoe
Franziska Weber and Tina Dietze of Germany won the women's 500-meter K-2 at Dorney Lake, denying their Hungarian rivals a third straight Olympic title in the event.
Women's 500-meter canoe
Franziska Weber and Tina Dietze of Germany won the women's 500-meter K-2 at Dorney Lake, denying their Hungarian rivals a third straight Olympic title in the event.
The U.S. men's team stomped into the semifinals of the Olympic men's basketball tournament with a 119-86 win over Australia. The Americans will meet Argentina in the semis.
Women's Taekwondo 49Kg
Wu Jingyu of China wins Olympic taekwondo gold medal in women's 49-kilogram division.
Men's Taekwondo 58Kg
Joel Gonzalez of Spain wins Olympic taekwondo gold medal in men's 58-kilogram division.
The defending Olympic champion U.S. men's volleyball team has been eliminated from the London Games with a straight-set quarterfinal loss to Italy. The fifth-ranked United States struggled to defend captain Cristian Savani, who had 19 points in the 28-26, 25-20, 25-20 victory for the sixth-ranked Italians. Italy has never won the Olympic gold, but the teams has won silver twice, most recently at the 2004 Athens Games.
Women's Beach Volleyball
Misty May-Treanor and Kerri Walsh Jennings won their third consecutive Olympic beach volleyball gold medal, beating April Ross and Jennifer Kessy on Wednesday night in an all-American final. The Athens, Beijing and now London gold medalists have never lost a match at the Olympics. They won in straight sets, 21-16, 21-16. It was the Olympic farewell for May-Treanor, who has said she would like to move on. Kessy and Ross won the silver medal in their Olympic debut.
Men's Decathlon 400m
Ashton Eaton of the United States won the Olympic men's decathlon 400m event on Wednesday.
Women's Long Jump
Brittney Reese won the long jump at the London Games on Wednesday night, becoming only the second U.S. woman to win the event at the Olympics. The two-time world champion went into the competition with the best jump of the season and put down the best mark in the final with 7.12 meters on her second attempt. She is first U.S. woman to win the Olympic long jump since Jackie Joyner-Kersee in 1988. Russia's Elena Sokolova took the silver medal with a best jump of 7.07 meters, and Janay Deloach earned the bronze for the United States at 6.89.
Men's 110m Hurdles
Aries Merritt led a 1-2 finish for the United States in the Olympic 110-meter hurdles, winning in 12.92 seconds Wednesday night. Defending champion Dayron Robles of Cuba pulled up midway through and clutched his right hamstring. Jason Richardson, the world champion, was second in 13.04. Hansle Parchment of Jamaica took the bronze in 13.12. Robles, the world-record holder, began limping early and came to a stop after clearing the sixth hurdle, then shoved another barrier down to the track.
Allyson Felix of the U.S. finally got her Olympic gold in the 200 meters Wednesday night, overtaking two-time 100 champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce of Jamaica down the stretch to win in 21.88 seconds. Felix, a silver medalist in the 200 in 2004 and 2008, was behind coming off the turn but powered past Fraser-Pryce over the last 40 meters. Fraser-Pryce got the silver in 22.09. Carmelita Jeter of the U.S. was third in 22.14 for the bronze, her second medal of the London Games after a silver in the 100.
Women's 400-meter hurdles
Natalya Antyukh of Russia wins Olympic gold medal in women's 400-meter hurdles.
Men's Decathlon High Jump
Cuba's Leonel Suarez won the Olympic men's decathlon high jump on Wednesday.
Men's Water Polo
Captain Miho Boskovic led three players with two goals apiece and Croatia cruised to an 8-2 win over the United States to advance to the semifinals of men's Olympic water polo. Croatia put in a complete performance, pouring it on in the first half to lead 5-0 at the break. The Americans, who came to London looking to improve on their silver medal in Beijing, clawed back to 5-2 halfway through the third quarter. But Croatia's lockdown defense and efficient shooting at the other end of the pool proved too much.
Men's 200m Semifinals
Usain Bolt slowed coming around the bend, looked to his left and saw his lead shrinking. So the Jamaican turned the speed back up a notch for a few strides, enough to ensure he would win his semifinal heat in 20.18 seconds Wednesday night, moving closer to becoming the first man with two Olympic golds in the 200 meters. The man two lanes over who was gaining on Bolt, Anaso Jobodwana of South Africa, finished in 20.27 to reach Thursday's final.
Women's Beach Volleyball Bronze Match
Brazil's Juliana and Larissa won the bronze medal in women's beach volleyball Wednesday night, rallying from a first-set loss to beat China 11-21, 21-19, 15-12. Brazil was the top-seeded team in the world, as it was in 2008 before Juliana withdrew three days before the competition with a knee injury. Larissa played with a substitute and finished tied for fifth.
Women's Wrestling 63 Kg Freestyle
Kaori Icho of Japan wins her 3rd straight Olympic wrestling gold in 63-kg freestyle division.
Women's Wrestling 48Kg Freestyle
Hitomi Obara of Japan won her first Olympic gold medal in women's 48-kilogram freestyle wrestling, rallying to beat Mariya Stadnyk of Azerbaijan 0-4, 1-0, 2-0. Carol Huynh of Canada and Clarissa Chun of the United States won bronze, with Chun giving the U.S. its first wrestling medal of the London Games.
Men's Table Tennis
China delivered one of its most pressure-packed gold medals of the London Olympics on Wednesday, completing the sweep of all four table tennis titles with a victory 3-0 over South Korea in the men's team final.
Andrei Kirilenko scored 19 points, Timofey Mozgov added 17 and Russia, dismissed as a medal contender coming into the Olympics, moved into the semifinals of the men's basketball tournament with an 83-74 win over Lithuania on Wednesday.
Men's Individual Jumping
Steve Guerdat of Switzerland on Nino Des Buissonnets wins Olympic individual show jumping gold.
Woman's Boxing Semifinals
U.S. middleweight Claressa Shields dominated Kazakhstan's Marina Volnova in the semifinals of the first Olympic women's boxing tournament Wednesday, earning a spot in the gold-medal bout against Russia's Nadezda Torlopova. Irish world champion lightweight Katie Taylor also advanced with another strong performance, moving into the championship bout Thursday against Russia's Sofya Ochigava.
Men's Sailing 49er
Nathan Outteridge and Iain Jensen of Australia win Olympic sailing gold in men's 49er class.
Men's Decathlon 100m
World record holder Ashton Eaton of the U.S. started off the decathlon with an Olympic-best performance in the 100 meters today in London. Eaton was clocked in 10.35 seconds, beating the time of 10.41 that American Bill Toomey turned in 44 years ago. It was 0.14 seconds slower than Eaton's time at the U.S. trials,where he set the world standard. After the opening event, Eaton held a 17-point lead over world champion Trey Hardee of the U.S.
Men's Decathlon Shot Put
USA's Ashton Eaton wins again the Men's Decathlon Shot Put and USA's Trey Hardee came in second.
Men's Decathlon Long Jump
USA's Ashton Eaton wins the Men's Decathlon Long Jump and USA's Trey Hardee came in second.
Women's Canoe Sprint K-4 500m
Hungary ended the 16-year dominance of Germany in the women's 500-meter K-4 event at the Olympics by winning gold Wednesday at Dorney Lake. The Hungarian quartet of Gabriella Szabo, Danuta Kozak, Katalin Kovacs and Krisztina Fazekas won in an Olympic-best time of 1 minutes, 30.827 seconds. The Germans took silver, just ahead of Belarus in third. It's Hungary's first gold in the event since 1992, denying Germany a fifth straight Olympic title.
Men's Canoe Sprint Double K2 1000m
Hungary won Olympic gold in canoeing Wednesday, capturing the men's 1,000-meter K-2 in a photo finish by holding off fast-closing Portugal.
Men's Canoe Sprint Single C-1 1000m
Sebastian Brendel of Germany won Olympic gold in the 1,000-meter C-1 on Wednesday, adding to the titles he captured at the last three European championships. Brendel took charge of the second half of the race to win in 3 minutes 47.176 seconds. David Cal Figueroa of Spain was nearly a second behind to take the silver medal. Mark Oldershaw of Canada won the bronze. The 24-year-old Brendel was the youngest man in the final. He made it to the London Games through final qualifying. He originally missed out after his paddle broke during the heats of last year's world championship in Szeged, Hungary. Mathieu Goubel of France had been the quickest qualifier from the semifinals but he faded from contention in the final 250 meters.
Men's Canoe Sprint Single K-1 1000m
Eirik Veras Larsen of Norway reclaimed the Olympic title in the men's 1,000-meter K-1 on Wednesday, beating Adam van Koeverden of Canada in a tight finish on Dorney Lake. Larsen, the 2004 winner, finished in 3 minutes 26.462 seconds, a half-length ahead of Van Koeverden. Max Hoff of Germany won the bronze.
Women's Volleyball Semifinals
April Ross and Jennifer Kessy reached the final by beating top-seeded and reigning world champion Brazil. Ross and Kessy beat Juliana and Larissa 15-21, 21-19, 15-12. The final is Wednesday night. The Chinese team of Xue Chen and Zhang Xi will play Brazil for the bronze medal.
Algeria's Taoufik Makhloufi won the 1,500-meter gold medal at the London Olympics on Tuesday night. Leonel Manzano of the United States took silver in 3:47.79 and Abdalaati Iguider of Morocco earned silver in 3:35.13. Matthew Centrowitz came in fourth.
Women's 100m Hurdles
Sally Pearson provided a rare bright spot for Australia at the London Games, earning the country's fourth gold medal by edging defending champion Dawn Harper of the U.S. to win the 100-meter hurdles in an Olympics-record 12.35 seconds Tuesday night. Under a steady rain, Pearson barely crossed the line ahead of Harper, who was clocked in 12.37. The U.S. also took the bronze, with Kellie Wells finishing in 12.48. Lolo Jones, the favorite who fell at the ninth of 10 hurdles four years ago, was fourth Tuesday in 12.58. Sally Pearson of Australia wins Olympic gold medal in women's 100-meter hurdles.
Men's Discuss Throw
Robert Harting of Germany wins Olympic gold medal in men's discus throw.
Men's High Jump
Ivan Ukhov of Russia wins Olympic gold medal in men's high jump.
Diving 3m Springboard
Ilya Zakharov of Russia wins Olympic diving gold medal in men's 3-meter springboard.
Behdad Salimikordasiabi of Iran wins Olympic weightlifting gold in men's plus-105 kg division.
Men's Wrestling 66kg
Kim Hyeon-woo of South Korea has won the Olympic gold medal in men's 66-kilogram Greco-Roman wrestling. Kim beat Hungary's Tamas Lorincz 1-0, 2-0 to give South Korea its first wrestling gold of the London Games.
Men's Wrestling 96kg
Ghasem Gholamreza Rezaei of Iran wins Olympic gold medal in men's 96-kg Greco-Roman wrestling.
Women's Beach Volleyball
Misty May-Treanor and Kerri Walsh Jennings beat China on Tuesday night to advance to the beach volleyball gold medal game, where they will play for their third consecutive Olympic title. The Americans beat Beijing bronze medalists Xue Chen and Zhang Xi 22-20, 22-20 to clinch at least a silver medal. The 2004 and '08 champions will play the winner of the late semifinal between Americans Jennifer Kessy and April Ross and the top-seeded Brazilians, Juliana and Larissa.
Defending champion and overwhelming favourite Chris Hoy of Britain tore the field apart to power into the final of the Olympic keirin on Tuesday.
Laura Trott of Britain won the final event of the omnium to overtake Sarah Hammer of the United States for the Olympic gold medal Tuesday. It was the sixth gold medal in eight events for Britain in the London Velodrome. Trott was trailing Hammer by two points heading into the last of six events, the 500-meter time trial. That meant she had to finish at least three spots better to win gold. Trott won the race in 35.110 seconds while Hammer finished fourth in 35.900 seconds. Annette Edmondson of Australia finished second in the time trial to clinch the bronze medal
Anna Meares of Australia wins Olympic cycling gold medal in women's sprint.
Women's Floor Exercise
Aly Raisman is going home with two gold medals, just like teammate Gabby Douglas. The U.S. captain won the title on floor exercise Tuesday, about an hour after getting a bronze on balance beam. Add in her gold with the Fierce Five, and she leaves London with three medals, most of any of the Americans. It's the first Olympic gold on floor exercise for a U.S. woman. Catalina Ponor of Romania won the silver, and Aliya Mustafina of Russia got the bronze. World champion Jordyn Wieber was seventh. The pre-Olympic favorite failed to win any individual medals.
China wins Olympic gold medal in women's team table tennis.
Women's Water Polo
USA beat Australia in the semifinals. Score: 11-9
Men's Horizontal Bar
Epke Zonderland of the Netherlands wins Olympic gymnastics gold medal in men's horizontal bar. USA's Danell Leyva was fifth and Jonathan Horton sixth.
Natalia Ishchenko and Svetlana Romashina extended Russia's domination of synchronized swimming with an Olympic gold medal in duet on Tuesday. The Russians improved on their free score from the preliminaries, finishing with a total of 197.100 points. They haven't lost an Olympic synchro event since the 1996 Atlanta Games. The only real drama was for silver, which went to Spain's Ona Carbonell and Andrea Fuentes with 192.900 after a lively, tango-themed routine that had the crowd at the Aquatics Centre clapping along nearly the whole way.
Great Britain's Charlotte Dujardin wins Olympic equestrian gold medal in individual dressage.
Britain wins Olympic equestrian gold medal in team dressage.
Diana Taurasi scored 15 points and Candace Parker added 12 to lead the U.S. women's Olympic basketball team to a 91-48 rout of Canada on Tuesday to advance to the semifinals.
Deng Linlin won the gold medal while teammate Sui Lu captured the silver. Alexandra Raisman came in fourth place. And Gabby Douglas was seventh after a fall, but she finishes the London Olympics with two gold medals, including the all-around title, gymnastics' biggest prize.
Men's Kayak Four (K4) 1000m
Australia's men's kayak four (K4) 1000m team have qualified for the Olympics final after winning their semi-final at Eton Dorney on Tuesday.
Men's 200m Round 1
Usain Bolt opened defense of his Olympic 200-meter title with a comfortable win in the opening round Tuesday, easing up to a jog over the final 80 meters to finish in 20.39 seconds. Also advancing were Wallace Spearmon of the U.S. (20.47), Christophe Lemaitre of France (20.34) and Churandy Martina of the Netherlands (20.58), who finished second in 2008 but was disqualified for running out of his lane.
Dorian Van Rijsselberge of the Netherlands wrapped up a dominating regatta by winning the Olympic gold medal in men's windsurfing on Tuesday. The Dutchman had clinched gold on points but needed to make it around the course in the medals race to make it official. He did it with style, skimming across the waves on his RS:X board and finishing first. Nick Dempsey of Britain took the silver and Poland's Przemyslaw Miarczynski got the bronze.
Feng Zhe gave the Chinese men yet another gold medal, winning the Olympic title on the parallel bars Tuesday. Feng, the 2010 world champion on parallel bars, posted a 15.966 early in the final and waited to see if anyone could match him. Nobody could, ,and he walked out of the arena wrapped in a Chinese flag. Germany's Marcel Nguyen, the European champion, won the silver medal and Hamilton Sabot of France won the bronze.
Singapore beat Korea to take second bronze in Table Tennis 1-3, 0-3
Women's Sailing RS-X
Marina Alabau of Spain wins Olympic gold in women's RS-X windsurfing.
Marina Alabau of Spain won the Olympic gold medal in women's windsurfing Tuesday in the discipline's final race in the games. Alabau came into the medals race with a 14-point lead and preserved it by finishing first. Tuuli Petaja of Finland jumped from third place overall to take the silver medal thanks to a fourth-place finish in the medals race. Poland's Zofia Noceti-Klepacka jumped from fifth overall to take the bronze by finishing third.
Men's Diving 3m Springboard Semifinals
He Chong got China back on track in its pursuit of an Olympic gold-medal diving sweep, taking the lead in the men's 3-meter springboard semifinals. He totaled 510.15 points during the six rounds Tuesday after starting the semifinals in second place behind Ilya Zakharov of Russia. Zakharov fell to ninth midway through the round before rallying to finish second at 505.60. He's teammate, Qin Kai, finished third at 500.35. Yahel Castillo of Mexico was fourth and Troy Dumais of the U.S. was fifth.
Alistair Brownlee grabbed a British flag, slowed to a jog and then walked across the finish line to win the men's triathlon on Tuesday at the Olympics. Brownlee pulled away from silver medal winner Javier Gomez of Spain halfway through the 10-kilometer run to finish in 1 hour, 46 minutes, 25 seconds. Gomez took silver, with Alistair's younger brother, Jonathan Brownlee, claiming bronze. The brothers embraced after they crossed the finish line. The older Brownlee added the Olympic title - Britain's first Olympic medal in triathlon - to his world and European titles.
The U.S. women's soccer team has advanced to the gold medal match of the Olympic tournament with a wild 4-3 win in extra time over Canada. Alex Morgan scored on a header in the final minute of injury time in extra time Monday night for the two-time defending Olympic champions, who will play Japan on Thursday for the title. Christine Sinclair scored a hat trick for the Canadians. Megan Rapinoe scored twice, and Abby Wambach had one goal for the U.S. The final at Wembley Stadium will be a rematch of last year's World Cup final, won by Japan on penalty kicks. The Americans have played in the gold medal match in every Summer Games since women's soccer was introduced in Atlanta in 1996. Canada will play France for the bronze medal.
Women's Pole Vault
Jenn Suhr of the United States won the gold medal in the women's pole vault on Monday, ending Russian Yelena Isinbayeva's bid for a third straight Olympic title. Suhr won after clearing 4.75 meters at her second attempt, and missed every attempt at 4.80. Yarisley Silva also cleared 4.75 on her second attempt for a Cuban national record, but lost on a countback and took silver. Isinbayeva finished with bronze at 4.70. She had been aiming to be the first woman in track and field to win the same individual event in three straight Olympics.
Kirani James claimed Grenada's first medal in Olympic history Monday night, leaving the field behind in a drizzle to win the 400-meter gold by more than a half-second. The 19-year-old James, the reigning world champion and a two-time NCAA champion for the University of Alabama, finished in 43.94 seconds. Luguelin Santos of the Dominican Republic earned the silver in 44.46, giving that country its second medal of the London Games shortly after Felix Sanchez won the 400-meter hurdles. Lalonde Gordon of Trinidad and Tobago got the 400 bronze.
Women's 3,000m Steeplechase
Yuliya Zaripova of Russia won the gold medal in the women's 3,000-meter steeplechase at the London Olympics on Monday, clocking the fourth-fastest time in history. Zaripova won in 9 minutes, 06.72 seconds in cool conditions in the night session. Habiba Ghribi of Tunisia took silver in 9:08.37 and Sofia Assefa of Ethiopia finished third in 9.09.84.
Mijain Lopez of Cuba wins Olympic gold medal in men's 120-kilogram Greco-Roman wrestling.
Men's 400m Hurdles
Felix Sanchez of the Dominican Republic wins Olympic gold medal in men's 400-meter hurdles.
Men's Beach Volleyball
Americans Jake Gibb and Sean Rosenthal were knocked out of the Olympic beach volleyball tournament on Monday night by Latvia. The Americans won the first set 21-19, then dropped two straight to Martins Plavins and Janis Smedins, 21-18, 15-11.
Women's Shot Put
Nadzeya Ostapchuk of Belarus won the women's shot put gold medal at the London Olympics on Monday, pushing New Zealand's Valerie Adams into second place. The 31-year-old Ostapchuk, world champion in 2005, had the best mark of 21.36 meters, or about 70 feet, on the third of her six attempts. Adams, who came to London as the defending Olympic, world, world indoor and Commonwealth champion and on a long winning streak, settled for silver with a best shot of 20.70 meters. Russia's Evgeniia Kolodko moved into bronze medal position with her last throw of 20.48.
Men's Wrestling 84kg
Alan Khugaev of Russia won the Olympic gold medal Monday in men's 84-kilogram Greco-Roman wrestling. Khugaev beat former Olympic champion Karam Mohamed Gaber Ebrahim of Egypt 1-0, 2-0 to become Russia's second Greco-Roman winner of the London Olympics. The 23-year-old Khugaev beat Georgia's Vladimer Gegeshidze in the semifinals, then took out Ebrahim to join 21-year-old teammate Roman Vlasov as gold medal winners.
Men's Weightlifting 105kg
Oleksiy Torokhtiy of Ukraine wins Olympic weightlifting gold in men's 105-kilogram division.
World Cup champion Japan reached the women's Olympic soccer final Monday by beating France 2-1 at Wembley Stadium. Yuki Ogimi and Mizuho Sakaguchi each scored for Japan, but France substitute Eugenie le Sommer pulled one back in the 75th minute.
Omid Noroozi of Iran won the gold medal Monday in men's 60-kilogram Greco-Roman wrestling at the London Olympics. Noroozi, the defending world champion, beat Georgia's Revaz Lashkhi 1-0, 1-0 to give Iran its second Greco-Roman medal in as many days. Hamid Soryan won the country's first Greco-Roman gold on Sunday.
Russia leads again in Olympic synchro swimming. Natalia Ishchenko and Svetlana Romashina extended Russia's domination in synchronized swimming, heading into the duet final at the Olympics as top qualifiers after the preliminary free routine on Monday.
Jason Kenny earned Britain its fifth Olympic gold medal at the London Velodrome by outclassing world champion Gregory Bauge in Monday's sprint final, track cycling's marquee event. Kenny, who had never before beaten Bauge, succeeded defending champion and teammate Chris Hoy after beating Bauge 2-0. Bauge failed in his bid to become the first Frenchman to win the Olympic sprint title in 40 years. Shane Perkins claimed the bronze medal with a 2-0 win over Njisane Nicholas Phillip of Trinidad.
Top-ranked lightweight Katie Taylor rode a dazzling swell of Irish fan support to a 26-15 victory over Britain's Natasha Jonas on Monday in the quarterfinals of the first Olympic women's boxing tournament. Flyweight Marlen Esparza and middleweight Claressa Shields also clinched the U.S. team's first two boxing medals in London with impressive victories. Esparza patiently outboxed Venezuela's Karlha Magliocco, and the 17-year-old Shields closed impressively in a win over Swedish veteran Anna Laurell. Women's boxing pioneer Mary Kom of India and Britain's Nicola Adams also secured medals in this brisk tournament, which only began Sunday with the historic first bouts.
Men's Team Jumping
Britain wins Olympic equestrian gold medal in team show jumping in a jump-off.
A dip in the chilly English Channel never felt so good. Tom Slingsby of Australia won the Olympic sailing gold medal in the men's Laser class Monday by match-racing his closest competitor, Pavlos Kontides of Cyprus, to the back of the fleet.
Men's Water Polo
Norbert Hosnyanszky scored three times to power defending champion Hungary to a dominating 11-6 win over the United States in the last preliminary-stage game for the Americans at the London Olympics.
Top-ranked lightweight Katie Taylor rode a dazzling swell of Irish fan support to a 26-15 victory over Britain's Natasha Jonas on Monday in the quarterfinals of the first Olympic women's boxing tournament.
Giovanni Cernogoraz of Croatia wins Olympic shooting gold medal in men's trap in a shoot-off.
Yang Hak-seon has an Olympic gold medal to go with his world title on vault. The South Korean finished with an average of 16.533, winning it on the strength of the most difficult vault being done in the world today. When he landed his second vault perfectly, his coaches raced to the podium and grabbed him in a bear hug. Yang grabbed a South Korean flag even before his final score was posted, waving it when it finally appeared. Denis Ablyazin of Russia won the silver, adding to the bronze he won on floor exercise Sunday. Igor Radivilov of Ukraine won the bronze medal. American Sam Mikulak was fifth.
Aliya Mustafina was delighted to finally get Russia a gold in gymnastics. Beth Tweddle was thrilled to finally get an Olympic medal. He Kexin of China won the silver medal. And Gabrielle Douglas finished last.
Tom Slingsby of Australia won the Olympic sailing gold medal in the men's Laser class by match-racing his closest competitor, Pavlos Kontides of Cyprus, to the back of the fleet.
Women's 100m Hurdles
Defending Olympic champion Dawn Harper, American teammate Lolo Jones and world champion Sally Pearson advanced to the semifinals of the women's 100-meter hurdles on Monday. Harper, Jones and Pearson won their respective heats. Pearson had the fastest time in the seven heats, covering the distance in 12.57 seconds - the fastest first-round time in Olympic history.
Arthur Zanetti won the Olympic title on still rings Monday, taking down the "Lord of the Rings" in the process. The Brazilian stunned defending Olympic gold medalist Chen Yibing, who had also won all but one of the last five world titles. When Zanetti's 15.9 score flashed, his mouth dropped and the small crowd of Brazilian fans began waving flags and cheering. Chen finished second. Matteo Morandi of Italy won the bronze medal. Men's Basketball
Patty Mills' 3-pointer with time expiring gave Australia an 82-80 win over Russia in the men's Olympic basketball tournament on Monday. Australia (3-2) clinched fourth in its group and could face the U.S. team in the quarterfinals Wednesday if the Americans beat Argentina in their game Monday night. Russia (4-1) had already clinched top spot in Group B.
And Nicolas Batum scored 23 points to lead France to a 79-73 victory over Nigeria in the men's Olympic basketball tournament on Monday. France will finish no worse than third in Group A.
South Africa earned its first win in Olympic women's field hockey Monday, beating the United States 7-0 and sending the Americans to the bottom of their pool.
Xu Lijia of China won the gold medal in women's Laser Radial in sailing on Monday despite having to do a penalty turn on the first downwind leg. Bouwmeester took the silver and Van Acker the bronze. Murphy finished fourth and failed to win a medal after winning the first four races, including three in which she led at every mark.
Men's Shooting 50m Rifle Three Positions
Marksman Niccolo Campriani of Italy won the men's 50-meter rifle three positions at the London Olympics on Monday after setting an Olympic record in qualifying. Campriani shot 1,180 in the preliminaries to lead the field by eight points. Earlier, the Italian won silver in the 10-meter air rifle. Kim Jong-hyun of South Korea won silver after overtaking Matthew Emmons of the United States in the last of the final's 10 shooting rounds. Emmons won the bronze medal.
Women's Beach Volleyball
Americans Kerri Walsh Jennings and Misty May-Treanor beat Italy to head to the semi-finals.
Men's Hammer Throw Final
Krisztian Pars of Hungary won the Olympic gold medal in the men's hammer throw on Sunday in a stadium still buzzing after Usain Bolt successfully defended his 100-meter title. Pars, the leading hammer thrower in 2012, made the winning throw of 80.59 meters on the third of his six attempts. Primoz Kozmus, the 2008 Olympic champion from Slovenia, took silver at 79.36 and Japanese veteran Koji Murofushi earned bronze at 78.71.
Usain Bolt of Jamaica successfully defends Olympic gold medal in 100 meters.
Men's 3,000 Steeple Chase
Ezekiel Kemboi won Kenya's first gold medal in track and field at the London Olympics in the 3,000-meter steeplechase Sunday night, eight years after winning at the Athens Olympics. The two-time world champion won his second Olympic title in 8 minutes, 18.56 seconds. European champion Mahiedine Mekhissi-Benabbad of France took silver in 8:19.08 and African champion Abel Mutai of Kenya took bronze in 8:19.73.
Sanya Richards-Ross of the United States wins Olympic gold medal in women's 400 meters.
Women's Triple Jump
Olga Rypakova of Kazakhstan won the women's triple jump gold medal Sunday at the London Olympics. The 2011 world championship silver medalist took the lead with the third of her six attempts, setting a mark of 14.98 meters. Caterine Ibarguen of Colombia, the 2011 world championship bronze medalist, momentarily held the lead in the third round, but needed a jump of 14.80 on her final attempt to get the silver medal. Reigning world champion Olha Saladuha of Ukraine finished in third place with a jump of 14.79 on her last attempt.
Men's Team Foil
Italy wins Olympic fencing gold medal in men's team foil.
Men's 100m Semifinal
Usain Bolt built a big lead and jogged his way across the line to easily win his 100-meter Olympic semifinal in 9.87 seconds, setting up a chance for a second consecutive gold medal in the dash later Sunday.
Women's Beach Volleyball
Americans Kerri Walsh Jennings and Misty May-Treanor beat Italy in straight sets in the beach volleyball quarterfinals Sunday to remain on track for a third consecutive Olympic gold medal. The U.S. pair beat Marta Menegatti and Greta Cicolari 21-13, 21-13. Walsh Jennings and May-Treanor will play in the semifinals against Beijing bronze medalists Xue Chen and Zhang Xi of China, who beat Austria earlier Sunday.
Women's 3m Springboard
Wu Minxia won the women's 3-meter springboard at the London Olympics on Sunday, earning the Chinese diver her first individual gold medal and record-tying sixth career medal. Wu led all but one round of the five-dive final, totaling 414.00 points. She tied countrywoman Guo Jingjing with six medals. Wu and partner He Zi also won the 3-meter synchronized title in London. He took the silver with 379.20, giving China its sixth diving medal of the games, including five gold after sweeping the synchro events. Laura Sanchez Soto of Mexico earned the bronze at 362.40.
Men's Wrestling 74kg
Roman Vlasov of Russia wins Olympic gold medal in men's 74-kilogram Greco-Roman wrestling.
Tennis Mixed Doubles
Murray and Laura Robson of Britain lost to Victoria Azarenka and Max Mirnyi of Belarus 2-6, 6-3, 10-8 Sunday in the mixed doubles final at Wimbledon.
Men's Omnium 1km Time Trial
Lasse Norman Hansen of Denmark has won the gold medal in the men's omnium at the London Velodrome following a crash in one of the six races of the event. Bryan Coquard of France took the silver medal and Clancy claimed bronze.
Women's Beach Volleyball
China beat Austria to advance Sunday to the women's beach volleyball semifinals, moving the Beijing bronze medalists one win away from clinching another Olympic medal. Xue Chen and Zhang Xi, who lost their first match in London, beat Austrian sisters Stefanie and Doris Schwaiger 21-18, 21-11. The Schwaiger sisters had finished 1-2 in pool play and were relegated to the lucky loser round. The Chinese will play the winner of the match between Americans Misty May-Treanor and Kerri Walsh, the two-time defending gold medalists, and Italy.
Men's Wrestling 55kg
Hamid Soryan of Iran won an Olympic gold medal Sunday in men's 55-kilogram Greco-Roman wrestling. The five-time world champion beat Rovshan Bayramov of Azerbaijan 2-0, 1-0 to become the first Iranian to win a gold medal in Greco-Roman wrestling. Peter Modos of Hungary and Mingiyan Semenov of Russia won bronze medals.
The U.S. women's basketball team tied their own Olympic scoring record Sunday with a 114-63 rout of China. The victory was the Americans' 38th-straight in Olympic play and gave them the top seed in the group for the quarterfinals. The U.S. will meet Canada on Tuesday. The other quarterfinal matchups will be undefeated France against the Czech Republic; Australia plays China; and Russia will take on Turkey.
Women's Weightlifting 75kg
China's Zhou Lulu won the gold medal in the women's super heavyweight class in a world record-smashing duel with Russia's Tatiana Kashirina. The Russian lifter's total world record of 332 kilograms was short-lived, with Zhou beating it by 1 kilogram with her second clean and jerk. Kashirina also set a snatch world record. Hripsime Khurshudyan Armenia beat defending Olympic champion Jang Mi-ran of South Korea in a battle for bronze. Americans Sarah Robles and Holley Mangold were seventh and 10th, respectively.
The best sailor in Olympic history has never done it the easy way. On a heartstopping afternoon on Weymouth Bay, Ben Ainslie had to sweat it out a bit before beginning to celebrate in front of his countrymen lining the seashore, cheering and waving the Union Jack. Ainslie might roll his eyes at being called Britain's greatest sailor since Admiral Lord Nelson. But there's no denying he's the most successful sailor in Olympic history. After trailing the entire regatta, Ainslie was spot-on with his tactics and got a little help from the front of the fleet to win the Finn class gold medal on a pleasant Sunday. It's his fourth straight gold and fifth straight games medal overall, eclipsing Denmark's Paul Elvstrom, who won four straight gold medals from 1948-60.
Men's Floor Exercise Final
Zou Kai has another gold medal after defending his Olympic title on floor exercise Sunday. All-around champion Kohei Uchimura of Japan won the silver medal and Russia's Denis Ablyazin won the bronze. American Jake Dalton finished fifth.
Cai Yun and Fu Haifeng won the men's Olympic doubles final Sunday, giving China a sweep of the badminton gold medals. Cai and Fu, who are four-time world champions, defeated Mathias Boe and Carsten Mogensen of Denmark 21-16, 21-15.
Louis Smith was on the wrong end of the tiebreaker for a second straight Olympics, taking the silver medal on pommel horse while Krisztian Berki of Hungary won the gold. Both finished with identical scores of 16.066, but the execution score breaks the tie and Berki's was higher. Four years ago, Smith got a bronze because of a similar scenario.
Tiki Gelana of Ethiopia won the women's Olympic marathon in a race that began in heavy rain, saw the sun briefly come out and ended in another downpour. Gelana finished in 2 hours, 23.07 seconds Sunday, holding off Priscah Jeptoo of Kenya by five seconds. Tatyana Petrova Arkhipova of Russia captured the bronze.
Weightlifter Tatiana Kashirina of Russia broke the world record twice in the snatch portion of the women's super heavyweight competition. Kashirina lifted 149 kilograms in her second attempt, beating her own mark from last year by one kilogram. She then hoisted 151 kilograms - about 333 pounds - in the third attempt, shouting loudly as she pushed up from a squat.
Andy Murray had Centre Court rocking Sunday, winning gold for the home team and beating Roger Federer 6-2, 6-1, 6-4 in the tennis final at Wimbledon.
Serena Williams teamed with big sister Venus to win the women's doubles title at the Olympics on Sunday, adding to the gold she won a day earlier in singles. The American sisters beat Andrea Hlavackova and Lucie Hradecka of the Czech Republic 6-4, 6-4 under the roof on a rainy afternoon at the All England Club. Venus closed out the match with a backhand volley winner after the Czechs saved a pair of match points.
Sandra Izbasa won the Olympic gold medal on vault after heavy favorite McKayla Maroney fell on her second attempt. It was the second career gold medal for the Romanian, who won the floor exercise at the Beijing Olympics. And it was a shock for Maroney, who'd been the heavy favorite after winning the world title last year and posting the highest qualifying score in London. But Maroney appeared to land her second vault on her heels, and her legs quickly skidded out from under her. The crowd gasped as she plopped to the mat, and her score of 14.3 gave her an avearge of 15.083. Izbasa finished with an average of 15.191. Maria Paseka of Russia won the bronze.
Men's 50m Pistol
Defending champion Jin Jong-oh of South Korea won his second gold medal at the London Olympics on Sunday, overtaking compatriot Choi Young-rae by 0.5 point on his last shot in the 50-meter pistol final. Jin trailed Choi, who dominated qualification, by seven points going into the final. Jin also won the 10-meter air pistol event July 28. Wang Zhiwei of China won the bronze medal.
Lin Dan became the first man to retain the Olympic badminton singles title after winning a final that lived up to the hype. Lin, the most decorated male player ever, beat Malaysian rival Lee Chong Wei 15-21, 21-10, 21-19 Sunday.
Mo Farah won the 10,000 meters at the London Olympics to give Britain three gold medals in track and field in about one hour on Saturday night. The Somali-born Farah kicked away from a big pack coming into the final straight and won in 27 minutes, 30.42 seconds, holding off training partner Galen Rupp of the United States, who took silver in 27:30.90. Tariku Bekele finished in 27:31.43 to pick up bronze for Ethiopia.
Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce of Jamaica outleaned world champion Carmelita Jeter of the United States and finished in 10.75 seconds Saturday night to win her second consecutive 100-meter Olympic gold medal. Running with a gold chain dangling around her neck, Fraser-Pryce delivered the second-fastest Olympic 100 in history to edge Jeter, whose time was 10.78. Veronica Campbell-Brown of Jamaica, the 200 champion at the past two Summer Games, earned the bronze in 10.81.
Men's Long Jump
Greg Rutherford rode the atmosphere of a vocal, capacity crowd to win the long jump Saturday and deliver Britain its second Olympic track and field gold medal in a matter of minutes. Rutherford collected his first medal in a major international meet with a best leap of 8.31 meters. Mitchell Watt of Australia took silver in 8.16 and Will Claye of the United States secured bronze with a mark of 8.12.
Women's Heptathlon 800m
Jessica Ennis won the Olympic heptathlon gold medal on Saturday, the first for Britain on the track.
Men's 4x100m Medley Relay
US wins Olympic men's 4x100 medley relay, Michael Phelps finishes career with 18 gold medals.
Women's 4x100m Medley Relay
The United States set a world record to win the women's medley relay at the London Olympics on Saturday. The Americans clocked 3 minutes, 52.05 seconds, slicing 0.14 off the previous mark set by China at the 2009 world championships at the height of the high-tech bodysuit era. Missy Franklin swam the leadoff backstroke leg, Rebecca Soni did the breaststroke, Dana Vollmer competed in butterfly and Allison Schmitt had the anchor leg in freestyle. Australia touched in 3:54.02 to take the silver medal and Japan finished in 3:55.73 to take bronze.
Wome's Team Epee
China wins Olympic fencing gold in women's team epee.
Wome's Discuss Throw
Sandra Perkovic of Croatia wins Olympic gold medal in women's discus throw.
Men's 1500m Freestyle
Sun Yang of China wins Olympic gold in men's 1,500-meter freestyle in world record time.
Women's 50m Freestyle
Ranomi Kromowidjojo of the Netherlands has won the women's 50-meter freestyle to complete a sweep of the sprints at the London Olympics. Kromowidjojo clocked an Olympic-record 24.05 seconds in the one-lap race Saturday. Defending champion Britta Steffen of Germany went 24.06 in Beijing four years ago in a now-banned bodysuit, when she swept the sprints. Aliaksandra Herasimenia of Belarus touched in 24.28 to take the silver medal and another Dutchwoman, Marleen Veldhuis, finished in 24.39 to take bronze.
Men's 20km Walk
Chen Ding of China won Olympic gold in the men's 20-kilometer walk Saturday, finishing 11 seconds ahead of Erick Barrondo of Guatemala. Chen took the lead at the 18-kilometer mark and pulled away from the pack shortly after to win the race in 1 hour, 18 minutes, 45 seconds. Barrondo took silver and Wang Zhen of China claimed bronze.
Top-seeded Bob and Mike Bryan won Olympic gold in men's doubles on Saturday, beating Michael Llodra and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga of France 6-4, 7-6 (2). The American twin brothers, who have won 11 Grand Slam doubles titles, won a bronze medal in Beijing in 2008.
Tian Qing and Zhao Yunlei of China won the women's doubles gold medal in the scandal-marred badminton competition at the London Olympics.
Canadian trampolinist Rosannagh MacLennan captured the women's Olympic title on Saturday, securing the gold medal after a late miscue by defending Olympic champion He Wenna of China. The 23-year-old MacLennan posted a score of 57.305, good enough to edge silver medalist Huang Shanshan of China and more than a point ahead of Wenna.
Women's Team Pursuit
The British women's pursuit team shattered its own world record Saturday while qualifying for the gold medal race against the United States.
taly's Jessica Rossi has won the gold medal in women's trap shooting at the London Olympics, missing just one of 100 shots on Saturday to set a world record. Rossi was 75-for-75 in the qualifying rounds. Her lone miss came on the 18th shot of the 25-shot final.
Li Xuerui has beaten world champion Wang Yihan 21-15, 21-23, 21-17 in an all-Chinese final of Olympic badminton women's singles. Wang saved two match points in the second game, but Li nailed the win on her third. She tossed her racket, raised her arms and saluted the crowd in Wembley Arena.
Women's 50m Rifle, 3 pos.
American Jamie Lynn Gray has set a Olympic record in women's 50-meter three-position qualifying at the London Games. Gray's score was 592, topping the mark of 589 set by Poland's Renata Mauer-Rozanska at the 1996 Atlanta Games. Gray had a chance to match the world record of 594, falling off that pace on her next-to-last shot of the qualifying session. The final in the event is Saturday afternoon.
The crew of Alex Gregory, Pete Reed, Tom James and Andrew Triggs Hodge secured Britain's fourth straight Olympic victory in the event by crossing in 6 minutes, 3.97 seconds. Australia was a half-length behind in second and the United States took the bronze.
Women's Lt. Double Sculls
Kat Copeland and Sophie Hosking became the third female British crew to capture gold in the Olympic rowing regatta, winning the lightweight women's double sculls at Dorney Lake on Saturday. The British boat pulled clear in the last 750 meters to win in a time of 7 minutes, 9,30 seconds, a length and a half ahead of China. Greece took bronze.
Men's Lt. Double Sculls
Denmark captured its first gold of the Olympic rowing regatta Saturday, winning a tight lightweight men's double sculls final that had to be restarted after the seat of one of the British crew came off its hinges. Mads Rasmussen and Rasmus Quist edged the British team of Zac Purchase and Mark Hunter by a quarter-length in a time of 6 minutes, 31.17 seconds. New Zealand won bronze.
Women's Single Sculls
Miroslava Knapkova of the Czech Republic powered to gold with a dominant victory in the women's single sculls at the Olympic rowing regatta on Saturday, adding to the world title she won last year.
The U.S. men's basketball team survived its first test of the Olympics Saturday, beating Lithuania 99-94 after trailing in the fourth quarter.
Serena Williams of US wins Olympic gold medal to complete career Golden Slam.
Men's Shot Put
Tomasz Majewski of Poland successfully defended his Olympic shot put title, winning the first gold medal of the track and field program at the London Games with a throw of 21.89 meters on Friday. The 22-year-old Storl earned the silver medal with a toss of 21.86 and Reese Hoffa won the bronze at 21.23 for the United States, which has not won an Olympic men's shot put title since Randy Barnes in 1996.
Women's Track and Field 10,000m
Tirunesh Dibaba of Ethiopia wins Olympic gold medal in women's 10,000 meters.
Andy Murray of Britain clinched at least a silver medal Friday and advanced to the Olympic final by beating No. 2-seeded Novak Djokovic of Serbia 7-5, 7-5. With the win, the No. 3-seeded Murray earned a rematch Sunday against No. 1 Roger Federer, who won when they met on the same court in the Wimbledon final a month ago.
Men's Weightlifting 85K
Adrian Zielinski of Poland broke Asia's grip on the Olympic weightlifting competition by winning gold in the 85-kilogram weight class after the early exit of China's defending champion, Lu Yong.
Men's Saber Team
Gu Bon-gil led South Korea to a 45-26 victory Friday over Romania in the men's team saber final at the London Olympics, earning the Asians their first gold medal at a fencing team event. Italy took bronze after defeating world champion Russia 45-40.
Men's 50m Freestyle
Florent Manaudou of France wins Olympic gold in men's 50 freestyle. Jones was .20 seconds behind winner Florent Manaudou of France.
Women's 800m Freestyle
American 15-year-old Katie Ledecky won the 800-meter freestyle at the London Olympics on Friday. The youngest member of the U.S. swim team narrowly missed a world record in the grueling race, falling off pace on the last lap and finishing in 8 minutes, 14.63 seconds. Mireia Belmonte Garcia of Spain touched in 8:18.76 to take the silver medal and defending champion Rebecca Adlington of host Britain finished in 8:20.32 for bronze.
Men's 100m Butterfly
Michael Phelps wins Olympic record 17th gold in 100 butterfly, his final individual race.
Women's 200m Backstroke
American teenager Missy Franklin set a world record in the 200 backstroke Friday for her third gold and fourth medal overall at the London Olympics. Franklin clocked 2 minutes, 4.06 seconds, 0.75 quicker than the mark set by Kirsty Coventry of Zimbabwe at the 2009 world championships in Rome in a now-banned bodysuit.
Victoria Pendleton of Britain wins Olympic cycling gold medal in women's keirin.
Men's Team Pursuit
Britain broke its own world record to win its second straight Olympic team pursuit gold medal on Friday. The Australian team of Jack Bobridge, Glenn O'Shea, Rohan Dennis and Michael Hepburn finished in 3:54.581 to win the silver medal. New Zealand beat Russia to earn its second straight Olympic bronze medal.
Serena Williams clinched at least a silver medal Friday and earned a berth in the Olympic final when she beat No. 1-seeded Victoria Azarenka 6-1, 6-2. On Saturday, Williams will face first-time Olympian Maria Sharapova, who beat Russian teammate Maria Kirilenko 6-2, 6-3 in the semifinals.
Chinese trampolinist Dong Dong captured the men's Olympic title Friday, posting a score of 62.990 to easily give him a gold medal to go with the bronze he won in Beijing four years ago. Dmitry Ushakov of Russia was second. Defending Olympic champion Lu Chunlong of China was third.
Badminton Mixed Doubles
Top-ranked Zhang Nan and Zhao Yunlei beat No. 2 Xu Chen and Ma Jin 21-11, 21-17 in an all-Chinese final of badminton mixed doubles at the London Olympics on Friday.
Men's Weightlifting 100K
Teddy Riner of France won the men's over 100-kilogram Olympic judo gold medal on Friday, giving him the only medal he was missing. Riner, 23, defeated Russia's Alexander Mikhaylin in an anti-climactic final where he was mainly on the attack. The bronze medals were won by Germany's Andreas Toelzer and Brazil's Rafael Silva.
Women's Weightlifting 78kg
Idalys Ortiz of Cuba won the women's over 78-kilogram Olympic judo gold on Friday, improving on the bronze she won at the Beijing Games. Ortiz defeated Mika Sugimoto of Japan in a cagey, drawn-out final with little action, where both fighters struggled to get a grip or catch the other off balance.
Men's Tennis Singles
Roger Federer clinched the first singles medal of his career Friday when he won an Olympic marathon, taking the third set 19-17. Federer outlasted Juan Martin del Potro of Argentina in the semifinals 3-6, 7-6 (5), 19-17 in 4 hours, 26 minutes. Federer converted only two of 13 break-point chances, the second coming in the next-to-last game.
Women's Weightlifting 75kg
Weightlifter Svetlana Podobedova of Kazakhstan won a duel with Russia's Natalya Zabolotnaya to win the gold medal in the last lift of the women's 75-kilogram weight class at the London Olympics.
Oh Jin-hyek of South Korea won the gold medal in men's individual archery on Friday, topping Takaharu Furukawa of Japan in a one-sided final. Oh won the gold matchup, 7-1. Dai Xiaoxiang of China won the bronze medal, beating Rick van der Ven of the Netherlands 10-8 in a shoot-off tiebreaker.
Teddy Riner of France wins Olympic judo gold medal in men's plus 100-kilogram division.
Men's Shooting 50m Rifle
Sergei Martynov of Belarus set a world record in the men's 50-meter rifle prone and won the gold medal Friday at the London Olympics. Martynov became the second shooter in Olympic history to score the maximum 600 points in qualification, and went on to score a total of 705.5 points, beating the 12-year-old best from Germany's Christian Klees by 0.7.
Men's Hammer Throw
Olympic and track officials say three-time world champion Ivan Tsikhan of Belarus tested positive in the recent IOC retests of samples from the 2004 Athens Games. Tsikhan did not take part in the hammer throw on Friday at the London Olympics.
France advanced to the semifinals of the women's Olympic soccer tournament on Friday by beating Sweden 2-1. France defenders Laura Georges and Wendie Renard scored a goal each after Sweden captain Nilla Fischer had put her team in the lead in the 17th minute after the ball bounced off her shoulder following a corner kick.
Men's Pair Rowing
Hamish Bond and Eric Murray of New Zealand maintained their three-year unbeaten run by winning gold Friday in the men's pair at the Olympic rowing regatta. Bond and Murray, one of the most dominant crews in world rowing, won in 6 minutes, 16.65 seconds. France was two lengths behind to take silver and Britain won bronze.
Men's Rowing Single Skulls
Mahe Drysdale of New Zealand won the gold medal in men's single sculls at the Olympic rowing regatta, completing the resume of one of the sport's leading names. The five-time world champion held off longtime rival Ondrej Synek of the Czech Republic to win in a time of 6 minutes, 57.82 seconds. Synek was a half-length behind for the silver, and Alan Campbell of Britain took the bronze.
Women's Tennis Doubles
Top seeds Liezel Huber and Lisa Raymond have lost in the semifinals of the women's doubles at the Olympics. The American pair were defeated by Andrea Hlavackova and Lucie Hradecka of the Czech Republic, 6-1, 7-6 (2). Huber and Raymond still have a chance at the bronze medal.
Men's Tennis Doubles Mike and Bob Bryan are assured of at least a silver medal at the Olympics. The top-seeded American pair defeated Julien Benneteau and Richard Gasquet of France, 6-4, 6-4 in the semifinals of the men's doubles Friday.
Leuris Pupo of Cuba wins Olympic shooting gold medal in men's 25-meter rapid fire pistol. Alexei Klimov of Russia became the second shooter at the London Olympics to set a world record as he qualified for the final of the 25-meter rapid fire pistol with 592 points, beating his own best mark from 2006 by one point.
Australia's Liz Cambage drove down the middle of the lane against Russia on Friday and did something rarely seen in an Olympic women's basketball game: She dunked.
Badminton The South Korean Olympic delegation is sending home four badminton players disqualified for trying to lose matches at the London Games.
British rower Katherine Grainger captured Olympic gold in her fourth attempt, winning the women's double sculls with Anna Watkins at Dorney Lake.
Germany won gold in the men's quadruple sculls at the Olympic rowing regatta Friday. Croatia was a length behind in second place and Australia took the bronze.
British heptathlete Jessica Ennis opened the Olympic athletics meet in record fashion, finishing the 100-meter hurdles in 12.54 seconds, the best time ever recorded in the opening race of the event.
The U.S. men's Olympic basketball team stayed undefeated in record-setting fashion, getting 37 points from Carmelo Anthony and breaking the Olympic mark for points in a game in a 156-73 rout of Nigeria on Thursday night.
Women's 100m Freestyle Final
Ranomi Kromowidjojo of the Netherlands won the 100-meter freestyle at the London Olympics on Thursday. Kromowidjojo clocked 53.00 to improve on her own Olympic record set in Wednesday's semifinals. Americans Missy Franklin and Jessica Hardy were fifth and eighth, respectively.
The United States held off Canada to win a second straight Olympic gold in the women's eight Thursday, maintaining its six-year dominance of the high-profile event. The U.S., whose team members included Erin Cafaro of Modesto, Calif., Esther Lofgren of Newport Beach, Calif., Taylor Ritzel of Larkspur, Colo., and coxswain Mary Whipple of Orangevale, Calif., won in a time of 6 minutes, 10.59 seconds. Canada finished a half-length behind in second and the Netherlands took the bronze to close the second day of finals at Dorney Lake.
Elisa Di Francisca won her second fencing gold medal of the London Olympics on Thursday, leading Italy to a 45-32 victory over defending champion Russia in the final of the women's team foil. South Korea won bronze with a 45-32 victory over France.
Men's 200m IM Final
Michael Phelps won the 200-meter individual medley Thursday for his first individual gold of the London Games, becoming the first man to win the same indvidual event in three straight Olympics. American Teammate Ryan Lochte touched in 1:54.90 to take the silver medal and Laszlo Cseh of Hungary was third in 1:56.22.
Tyler Clary of the United States passed defending champion Ryan Lochte on the last lap and set an Olympic record to win the 200-meter backstroke at the London Games on Thursday. Clary clocked 1 minute, 53.41 seconds to improve on the previous mark of 1:53.94 set by Lochte at the 2008 Beijing Games in a now-banned bodysuit. Ryosuke Irie of Japan touched in 1:53.78 to take the silver medal and Lochte finished in 1:53.94 for bronze.
Venus Williams, seeking a record fourth gold medal in tennis, teamed Thursday with sister Serena to reach the semifinals in Olympics doubles, beating No. 2-seeded Sara Errani and Roberta Vinci of Italy 6-1, 6-1.
Maria Sharapova won a matchup of first-time Olympians and four-time Grand Slam champions Thursday. The Russian, seeded No. 3, beat Kim Clijsters of Belgium 6-2, 7-5 on Centre Court at Wimbledon to reach the Olympic semifinals.
Rebecca Soni of the United States set another world record to defend her 200-meter breaststroke title at the London Olympics on Thursday. Soni clocked 2 minutes, 19.59 seconds to improve on her own mark from Wednesday's semifinals by 0.41 seconds. Satomi Suzuki of Japan touched in 2:20.72 to take the silver medal and Iuliia Efimova of Russia finished in 2:20.92 for bronze.
Britain broke its own world record set earlier Thursday to win its second straight Olympic gold medal in the men's team sprint. The team of Philip Hindes, Jason Kenny and Chris Hoy scorched the pine wood surface of the velodrome to post a time of 42.600 seconds, bettering the mark of 42.747 they had set in the previous round. France won the silver medal with a time of 43.013 seconds.
Gabby Douglas of the US wins Olympic gymnastics gold in women's individual all-around.
Roger Federer will play Juan Martin del Potro in the Olympic semifinals. Federer beat big-serving John Isner, 6-4, 7-6 (5) in the quarterfinals on Centre Court at Wimbledon. The Swiss has 17 Grand Slam titles and won an Olympic gold medal in doubles in 2008, but has never won an Olympic medal in singles.
South Korea's Ki Bo-bae has won the Olympic gold medal in the women's individual archery after Mexico's Aida Roman failed in a tense shoot-off for the title. Roman's silver was the second medal of the day for Mexico after 18-year-old teammate Marian Avitia beat American veteran Khatuna Lorig 6-2 in the bronze match.
Men's Table Tennis
Zhang Jike of China wins Olympic gold medal in men's table tennis.
Gong Jinjie and Guo Shuang of China win Olympic cycling gold medal in women's team sprint
Emilie Fer of France won the gold medal in the kayak slalom Thursday at the London Games. Fer, seventh at the 2008 Beijing Games, finished in 105.90 seconds. Australia's Jessica Fox, daughter of five-time world champion Richard Fox, took the silver, and Spain's Maialen Chourraut won bronze.
Tagir Khaibulaev of Russia won the men's 100-kilogram Olympic judo gold medal on Thursday. Khaibulaev defeated defending Beijing champion Tuvshinbayar Naidan of Mongolia with a match-ending ippon throw that Putin and Cameron both stood to applaud.
Tim Baillie and Etienne Stott of Britain won the gold medal in canoe slalom on Thursday at the London Olympics, upsetting the three-time defending champions from Slovakia.
Peter Wilson of Britain wins Olympic shooting gold medal in men's double trap.
The United States held off Canada to win a second straight Olympic gold in the women's eight, maintaining its six-year dominance of the high-profile event.
American judo fighter Kayla Harrison has made it into the semifinals in the 78-kilogram division and will fight for a place in the finals Thursday afternoon. Harrison defeated Britain's Gemma Gibbons in a final she dominated from the start, getting a stronger grip on Gibbons and managing to throw her twice.
Top-seeded Victoria Azarenka of Belarus advanced to the Olympic semifinals by beating No. 7 Angelique Kerber of Germany 6-4, 7-5.
British star Ben Ainslie has recorded his first win in the London Olympics regatta to boost his bid to become the greatest sailor in games history.
South Africa won the gold medal in lightweight men's four at the Olympic rowing regatta. Britain just edged the Danes for silver. Denmark took the bronze.
The IOC is asking the Chinese, South Korean and Indonesian national Olympic committees to investigate the coaches of the badminton players who were disqualified for trying to lose matches.
Women's Beach Volleyball
Two-time defending Olympic beach volleyball gold medalists Kerri Walsh Jennings and Misty May-Treanor lost the first set of their preliminary round match against Austria on Wednesday night. It's the first time they've lost a set in three Olympics.
Allison Schmitt pushed the United States in front in the anchor leg to win the 4x200-meter freestyle relay. The Americans clocked an Olympic-record 7 minutes, 42.92 seconds. Australia settled for silver in 7:44.41. France touched third in 7:47.49.
Rebecca Soni of the United States set a world record in the 200-meter breaststroke semifinals at the London Olympics on Wednesday. Soni timed 2 minutes, 20.00 seconds, shaving 0.12 seconds off the previous mark set by Annamay Pierse of Canada at the 2009 world championships in Rome in a now-banned bodysuit.
Franklin, Vollmer, Vreeland, Schmitt of US have won Olympic swimming gold in 4x200 freestyle relay. Daniel Gyurta of Hungary set a world record to win the 200-meter breaststroke at the London Olympics on Wednesday, clocking in at 2 minutes, 7.28 seconds, shaving 0.03 off the previous mark. Michael Jamieson of Britain touched in 2:07.43 to take the silver medal and Ryo Tateishi of Japan finished in 2:08.29 for bronze.
Nathan Adrian of the United States won the men's 100-meter freestyle by the smallest of margins at the London Olympics on Wednesday. Adrian clocked 47.52 seconds to win by 0.01 ahead of world champion James "The Missile" Magnussen of Australia. Magnussen touched in 47.53 to take the silver medal and Brent Hayden of Canada finished in 47.80 for bronze.
Kohei Uchimura has an Olympic gold medal to go with his three world titles, winning the all-around competition Wednesday and cementing his place as possibly the best male gymnast ever.
Two-time Olympic sabre champion Mariel Zagunis, who carried the American flag at the opening ceremony, has lost a semifinal match at the London Games. Zagunis wasted an early lead and fell to South Korea's Kim Jiyeon 15-13 in the semifinals. She will meet either Russia's Sofya Velikaya or Olga Kharlan of the Ukraine later Wednesday night for bronze.
Serena Williams hit 12 aces Wednesday and repeatedly rocketed groundstrokes past Vera Zvonareva to win 6-1, 6-0 and reach the quarterfinals. Venus Williams squandered a lead in each set and lost her third-round match to No. 7-seeded Angelique Kerber of Germany, 7-6 (5), 7-6 (5).
Roger Federer endured two rain delays and a shaky moment late in the first set to reach the quarterfinals by beating Denis Istomin of Uzbekistan 7-5, 6-3. But he and Stanislas Wawrinka lost in men's doubles.
Cyclist Kristin Armstrong of the United States won her second straight Olympic time trial gold medal.
Indonesia's Olympic team leader says eight female badminton doubles players have been disqualified after trying to lose matches to receive a more favorable place in the field.
Chinese media have reacted angrily to doping accusations swirling around new swimming sensation Ye Shiwen, who has won two gold medals at the Olympics.
Women's Table Tennis
Li Xiaoxia of China won the women's Olympic singles table tennis gold medal.
Britain captured its first gold medal when Helen Glover and Heather Stanning won the final of the women's pair. Australia took silver, a length back, and New Zealand earned bronze. Ukraine won its first Olympic rowing gold medal in women's quadruple sculls. The Ukrainian team of Kateryna Tarasenko, Nataliya Dovgodko, Anastasia Kozhenkova and Yana Dementieva beat Germany by a length, winning in 6 minutes, 35.93 seconds. The Germans took silver ahead of the United States, which earned bronze.
Tour de France champ Bradley Wiggins of Britain wins Olympic cycling gold in men's time trial.
China swept the synchronized diving events, winning the men's 3-meter springboard to put the country halfway toward taking all the gold medals.
Germany produced a late burst to win the Olympic rowing gold in the men's eight at Dorney Lake, justifying its pre-race billing as heavy favorite.
Tang Yi of China qualified fastest in the women's 100-meter freestyle preliminaries with defending champion Britta Steffen of Germany back in the pack.
Kim Jang-mi of South Korea won the gold medal in the women's 25-meter pistol after setting an Olympic record for the best qualification score.
Kim Jang-mi of South Korea wins Olympic gold medal in women's 25-meter pistol.
Men's Kayak Slalom
Daniele Molmenti of Italy wins Olympic gold medal in men's kayak slalom.
Michael Phelps broke the Olympic medals record with his 19th as the U.S. won gold in the 4x200-meter freestyle relay and he took silver in the 200-meter butterfly. South Africa's Chad le Clos won gold in the men's 200 butterfly. Nathan Adrian of the U.S. qualified fastest in the 100-meter freestyle preliminaries, topping a tightly bunched field that included three ties.
Allison Schmitt of the US wins gold medal in women's 200 freestyle.
US wins Olympic gold medal in women's team gymnastics, 2nd ever and 1st since 1996.
The United States clinched first place in its group in Olympic women's soccer with a 1-0 win over North Korea. Abby Wambach scored in the 25th minute for her 141st international goal and third of the tournament.
Men's Skeet Shooting
Vincent Hancock of the United States has won the gold medal in the men's skeet competition at the London Olympics, his second straight. Anders Golding of Denmark finished two targets back to win the silver, and Qatar's Nasser Al-Attiya won a shoot-off over Russia's Valery Shomin for the bronze.
Clay Stanley scored 16 points and the U.S. men's volleyball team improved to 2-0 in preliminary pool play at the London Olympics with a three-set victory over Germany.
Women's Beach Volleyball
American beach volleyball star Kerri Walsh Jennings has pinkeye, but says she'll keep competing at the London Olympics.
American Varvara Lepchenko lost in the second round to Julia Goerges of Germany, 6-3, 7-5. Maria Sharapova hit 10 aces under the Centre Court roof at Wimbledon and beat Laura Robson of Britain 7-6 (5), 6-3 in the second round. Venus Williams advanced to the third round by beating Aleksandra Wozniak of Canada 6-1, 6-3. Serena Williams won't play mixed doubles at the Olympics, and the two U.S. teams will instead feature four doubles specialists - the Bryan brothers, Liezel Huber and Lisa Raymond.
Tiago Splitter scored 21 points to help Brazil escape with an unexpectedly close 67-62 win over host Britain in the Olympic men's basketball tournament on Tuesday.
Maiya Maneza won Kazakhstan's second weightlifting gold medal and set an Olympic record in the women's 63-kilogram category. Svetlana Tsarukaeva of Russia got the silver medal and Canada's Christine Girard took bronze.
Kim Jae-bum of South Korea won the Olympic gold medal in the men's 81-kilogram category. The bronze medals were won by Ivan Nifontov of Russia and Antoine Valois-Fortier of Canada.
Urska Zolnir of Slovenia wins Olympic judo gold medal in women's 63-kilogram division. The bronze medals were won by Yoshie Ueno of Japan and Gevrise Emane of France.
Women's Synchronized Platform
Divers Chen Ruolin and Wang Hao of China win Olympic gold in women's 10m synchronized platform. Women's Sabre
Two-time Olympic sabre champion Mariel Zagunis, who carried the American flag at the opening ceremony, has moved into the semifinals at the London Games. Dagmara Wozniak of the U.S. was ousted in the quarterfinals, falling to second-seeded Russian Sofya Velikaya 15-13.
Men's Canoe Slalom
Tony Estanguet of France wins Olympic gold medal in men's canoe slalom.
Equestrian Individual Eventing
Michael Jung of Germany, riding Sam, won the individual Olympic equestrian eventing gold medal. Sara Algotsson Ostholt of Sweden, aboard Wega, won the silver Tuesday while Sandra Auffarth of Germany, riding Opgun, won the bronze.
Equestrian Team Eventing
Germany won its second consecutive Olympic gold medal in equestrian team eventing. The Germans beat out hometown favorite Britain with Zara Phillips riding before her royal family. Britain won the silver and New Zealand the bronze.
Women's Beach Volleyball
Two-time gold medalists Misty May-Treanor and Kerri Walsh Jennings earned their 16th consecutive Olympic victory Monday night, beating the Czech Republic in straight sets to improve to 2-0 in beach volleyball pool play in London.
The U.S. women's volleyball team defeated Brazil 3-1 in an early-round rematch of the Beijing Games final won by the Brazilians.
The Williams sisters won their opening doubles match, beating Sorana Cirstea and Simona Halep of Romania 6-3, 6-2.
Women's Water Polo
Maggie Steffens scored seven goals in her Olympic debut, and the United States beat Hungary 14-13 Monday at the London Games.
Women's 100m Breaststroke
Ruta Meilutyte of Lithuania wins Olympic gold medal in women's 100 breaststroke.
Men's 200m Freestyle
Yannick Agnel of France routed a stellar field by more than a second and a half to win the 200-meter freestyle at the London Olympics on Monday. World champion Ryan Lochte of the United States finished fourth and world record holder Paul Biedermann of Germany was fifth.
Men's 100m Backstroke
Matt Grevers of the United States wins Olympic gold medal in men's 100 backstroke. Nick Thoman, another American, was second in 52.92, and Ryosuke Irie of Japan was third in 52.97.
Women's 100m Backstroke
Seventeen-year-old Missy Franklin of US wins Olympic gold medal in women's 100 backstroke.
Men's Gymnastics Final
China is still No. 1 in men's gymnastics. The Chinese won their second straight Olympic title and third in four games Monday, finishing with a score of 275.997 points.
Women's Weightlifting 58K
Li Xueying won China's second weightlifting gold medal of the London Olympics, leading the way in both the snatch and the clean and jerk in the women's 58-kilogram category. Pimsiri Sirikaew of Thailand got the silver medal and Yulia Kalina of Ukraine took bronze.
John Isner of the United States hit 15 aces Monday and reached the third round of the Olympics by beating Malek Jaziri of Tunisia, 7-6 (1), 6-2.
Emilie Gomis scored all 22 of her points in the second half and France stunned Australia with a 74-70 overtime victory Monday in the women's Olympic basketball tournament.
Men's Judo 73K
Mansur Isaev of Russia wins Olympic judo gold medal in men's 73-kilogram division.
Women's Judo 57K
Kaori Matsumoto of Japan wins Olympic judo gold medal in women's 57-kilogram division.
Men's 10m Platform Synch. Diving Final
Cao Yuan and Zhang Yanquan won the men's 10-meter synchronized title, giving China its second diving gold medal of the London Games. German Sanchez and Ivan Garcia of Mexico won the silver with 468.90. Nick McCrory and David Boudia of the U.S. took the bronze with 463.47.
Roger Federer made only a brief appearance Monday on Centre Court at Wimbledon, beating Julien Benneteau of France 6-2, 6-2 in less than an hour to reach the third round.
Serena Williams beat Urszula Radwanska of Poland, 6-2, 6-3 in the second round of the Olympics at Wimbledon on Monday.
Venus Williams began her bid for a record fourth gold medal in Olympic tennis Monday by beating Sara Errani of Italy, 6-3, 6-1.
Andy Roddick quickly took to Olympic grass Monday, winning his first-round match at Wimbledon over Martin Klizan of Slovakia, 7-5, 6-4.
Men's 10m Air Rifle Shooting
Alin George Moldoveanu of Romania won the 10-meter air rifle gold medal Monday after tying the Olympic qualifying record.
Men's 100m Breaststroke
Cameron van der Burgh of South Africa qualified fastest in 58.83.
Women's 100m Backstroke
Emily Seebohm of Australia qualified fastest in the 100-meter backstroke preliminaries with an Olympic-record time. Seebohm touched in 58.23 seconds on Sunday, lowering the old mark of 58.77 set by Kirsty Coventry of Zimbabwe four years ago in Beijing.
Britain won its first men's soccer match at the London Olympics with a 3-1 victory over the United Arab Emirates on Sunday.
Andrei Kirilenko, heading back to the NBA, scored 35 points to help Russia spoil Britain's return to Olympic men's basketball with a 95-75 victory Sunday.
Men's 4x100 Freestyle Relay
France wins Olympic gold medal in men's 4x100 freestyle relay, US 2nd with Lochte, Phelps.
Women's 400m Freestyle
Camille Muffat of France edged Allison Schmitt of the United States by less than half a stroke to win the Olympic 400-meter freestyle Sunday. Muffat clocked an Olympic-record 4 minutes, 1.45 seconds, while Schmitt was second in 4:01.77.
Women's Road Race
Lizzie Armitstead of Britain won the silver medal in the Olympic road race Sunday, trailing only big favorite Marianne Vos of the Netherlands.
Women's 100m Butterfly
Dana Vollmer of the United States set a world record to win the 100-meter butterfly. Lu Ying of China touched second in 56.87 and Alicia Coutts of Australia finished third in 56.94. Sjostrom was fourth.
Maria Sharapova won her Olympic debut indoors, beating Shahar Peer of Israel 6-2, 6-0
Murray, seeded third, beat Stanislas Wawrinka of Switzerland under the retractable roof on Centre Court, 6-3, 6-3.
Novak Djokovic rallied to beat Fabio Fognini of Italy 6-7 (7), 6-2, 6-2 Sunday in a rain-interrupted first-round Olympic match at Wimbledon.
Men's Individual Saber
Aron Szilagyi of Hungary won the Olympic gold medal in the men's individual saber, beating Diego Occhiuzzi of Italy 15-8 after the top four seeds all stumbled out before the semifinals. Nikolay Kovalev of Russia defeated Rares Dumitrescu of Romania 15-10 for the bronze.
Lasha Shavdatuashvili of Georgia won an Olympic judo gold medal in the men's 66-kilogram category. The 20-year-old Shavdatuashvili defeated Miklos Ungvari of Hungary in a tense final
Zulfiya Chinshanlo of Kazakhstan won an Olympic gold medal and set a world record. She won by lifting a total of 226 kilograms. Hsu Shu-ching of Taiwan got the silver medal and Cristina Iovu of Moldova took bronze.
Substitute Giovani Dos Santos scored twice in the second half to give Mexico a 2-0 victory over Gabon
The U.S. men's basketball team has won its Olympic opener, beating France 98-71 behind 22 points from Kevin Durant.
Women's Synch. 3m Springboard
Chinawins women's 3-meter synchro diving in London Abby Johnston and Kelci Bryant of the U.S. took the silver with 321.90. Emilie Heymans and Jennifer Abel earned the bronze with 316.80 for Canada's first medal of the games.
The United States didn't count a single fall on its way to a score of 275.342, almost three points ahead of surprising Britain.Women's 100m Butterfly