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Sunday's Olympic Results

BASKETBALL

Men

Group A

Nigeria 60, Tunisia 56

United States 98, France 71

Argentina 102, Lithuania 79

Group B

Brazil 75, Australia 71

Spain 97, China 81

Russia 95, Britain 75

SOCCER

Men

Group A

Senegal 2, Uruguay 0

Britain 3, United Arab Emirates 1

Group B

Mexico 2, Gabon 0

South Korea 2, Switzerland 1

Group C

Brazil 3, Belarus 1

Egypt 1, New Zealand 1

Group D

Honduras 1, Spain 0

Japan 1, Morocco 0

HANDBALL

Men

Group A

Iceland 31, Argentina 25

Sweden 28, Tunisia 21

France 44, Britain 15

Group B

Croatia 31, South Korea 21

Spain 26, Serbia 21

Denmark 27, Hungary 25

FIELD HOCKEY

Women

Pool A

Netherlands 3, Belgium 0

China 4, South Korea 0

Britain 4, Japan 0

Pool B

New Zealand 1, Australia 0

Argentina 7, South Africa 1

Germany 2, United States 1

VOLLEYBALL

Men

Pool A

Bulgaria 3, Britain 0 (25-18, 25-20, 26-24)

Argentina 3, Australia 0 (25-21, 25-22, 25-20)

Poland 3, Italy 1 (21-25, 25-20, 25-23, 25-14)

Pool B

Russia 3, Germany 0 (31-29, 25-18, 25-17)

United States 3, Serbia 0 (25-17, 25-22, 25-21)

Brazil 3, Tunisia 0 (25-17, 25-21, 25-18)

WATER POLO

Men

Group A

Croatia 8, Greece 6

Spain 14, Kazakhstan 6

Italy 8, Australia 5

Group B

Serbia 14, Hungary 10

Romania 13, Britain 4

United States 8, Montenegro 7

How Canada Fared

Cycling

Women's Road Race - Joelle Numainville, Laval, QUE finished 12th with atime of 3:35:56s; Denise Ramsden, Yellowknife, NWT finished 27th with time of 3:35:56s and Clara Hughes, Glen Sutton, QUE finished 32nd with time of 3:36:01.

Swimming

Women's 100m Breaststroke Semifinals - Tera Van Beilen, Oakville, Ont. finished 4th in Heat 1 with a time of 1:07.48; Jillian Tyler, Calgary, ALB finished 7th in heat 2 with time of 1:07.87s. neither advances

Women's 100m Backstroke Semifinals - In Heat 2 Julia Wilkinson, Stratford, Ont. came in 5th with a time of 59.91 and Sinead Russell, Burlington, Ont. ame in 8th with a time of 1:00.57. neither advance.

Women's 400m Freestyle - Brittany MacLean, Etobicoke, Ont. swam to a 7th place finish in the finals with a time of 4:06.24.

Men's 200m Freestyle - Blake Worsley, Victoria, B.C. finished first in Heat 3 with a time of 1:48.14 but does not advance to semifinals.

Men's 100m Backstroke - Charles Francis, Montreal, QUE came in 7th in the semifinals witha time of 54.42. did not advance to final

Men's 4x100m - Canada (Brent Hayden, Vancouver, B.C., Colin Russell, Burlington, Ont., Richard Hortness, Medicine Hat, ALB and Thomas Gossland, Vancouver, B.C.) finished 5th in their heat with a time of 3:16.42. not advancing

Beach Volleyball

Women's - Annie Martin, Sherbrooke, NS/Marie-Andree Lessard, Ville LaSalle, QUE lost to United Kingdom, 2-1 sets

Canoe Slalom

Men's Kayak Single - Michael Tayler, Ottawa, Ont. finished 20th in the Preliminaries with a time of 97.64.

Rowing

Men's Lightweight Double Sculls - Preliminaries Anthony Jacob, Vancouver, B.C./Doug Vandor, Dewittville, QC finished third and move on to the repechage.

Women's Lightweight Double Sculls - Lindsay Jennerich, Victoria, B.C./Patricia Obee, Victoria, B.C. finished 5th and move onto the repechage stage

Judo

First Round - Sasha Mehmedovic, Montreal, QUE was defeated in the first round by Masashi Ebinuma, JPN, by Ippon

Sailing

Men's Star - In Race 2 Richard Clarke, Toronto, Ont., Tyler Bjorn, Montreal, QUE sailed to a 15th place finish with 10 points for total of 26 points

Boxing

Men's 69kg - Custio Clayton, Halifax, NS beat Oscar Molina Casillas, MEX by a score of 12-8 in the round of 32.

Diving

Women's Synchronized 3m Springboard - Emilie Heymans, St. Lambert, QUE and Jennifer Abel, Laval, QUE won Canada's first medal at the 2012 Olympics a Bronze medal.

Men's Finn - Greg Douglas, Toronto, Ont. is in 20th place with a total of 39 points after two races.

Rowing

Women's Eight - (Lesley Thompson-Willie (coxswain) - London Ont; Andreanne Morin, Montreal, QC; Darcy Marquardt, Richmond, BC; Ashley Brzozowicz, London, ON; Krista Guloien, Port Moody, BC; Rachelle Viinberg, Regina, SK; Natalie Mastracci, Thorold, ON; Lauren Wilkinson, North Vancouver, BC; Janine Hanson, Winnipeg, MB.) finished first in their heat with a time of 6:13.91 and advance to finals.

Tennis

Men's Singles - David Ferrer, ESP beat Vasek Pospisil, Vancouver, B.C., 2-0 sets

Table Tennis

Mo Zhang, Ottawa, Ont. lost to Qiangbing Li, AUT, 4-1

Badminton

Women's Doubles - Michelle Li, Markham, Ont./Alexandra Bruce, Toronto, Ont. lost to South Korea, 2-0 sets

Shooting

Dorothy Ludwig, Langley, B.C. finshed 34th with a score of 376 pts.

Sunday's Medal Winners

Archery - Team Women's Results

Gold - Korea

Silver - China

Bronze - Japan

Cycling - Women's Road Race

Gold - Marianne Vos, NED, 3:25:29

Silver - Elisabeth Armistead, GBR, 3:25:29

Bronze - Olga Zabelinskaya, RUS, 3:25:31

Diving - Women's 3m Synchronized Springboard

Gold - Wu Minxia/He Zi, CHN, 346.20

Silver - Abigail Johnston/Kelci Bryant, USA, 321.90

Bronze - Emilie Heymans/Jennifer Abel, CAN, 316.80.

Judo - Women's 52kg

Gold - An Kum Ae (PRK)

Silver - Yanet Bermov Acota (CUB)

Bronze - Priscilla Gneto (FRA)

Bronze - Rosalba Forciniti (ITA)

Judo - Men's 66kg

Gold - Lasha Shavdatuashvili (GEO)

Silver - Miklos Ungvari (HUN)

Bronze - Pawel Zagrodnik (POL)

Bronze - Cho Jun-Ho (KOR)

Shooting - Women's 10m Air Pistol

Gold - Guo Wenjun, CHN, 488.1

Silver - Celine Goberville, FRA, 486.6

Bronze - Olena Kostevych, UKR, 486.6

Shooting - Women's Skeet

Gold - Kimberly Rhode, USA, 99

Silver - Wei Ning, CHN, 91

Bronze - Danka Bartekova, SVK, 90

Weightlifting - Women's 53kg

Gold - Sulifiya Chinshanlo, KAZ, 226

Silver - Hsu Shu-Ching, TPE, 219

Bronze - Cristina Iova, MDA, 219

Weightlifting - Men's 56kg

Gold - Yun Chol Om, PRK, 293

Silver - Wu Jingbiao, CHN, 289

Bronze - Valentin Hristov, AZE, 281

Fencing - Men's Individual Sabre

Gold - Aron Szilagyi, HUN

Silver - Diego Occhiuzzi, ITA

Bronze - Nikolay Kovalev, RUS

Swimming - Women's 100m Butterfly

Gold - Dana Vollmer, USA, 55.98 (WR)

Silver - Lu Ying, CHN, 56.87

Bronze - Alicia Coutts, AUS, 56.94

Swimming - Men's 100m Breaststroke

Gold - Cameron van der Burgh, RSA, 58.46 (WR)

Silver - Christian Sprenger, AUS, 58.93

Bronze - Brendan Hansen,USA, 59.49

Swimming - Women's 400m Freestyle

Gold - Camille Muffat, FRA, 4:01.45 (OR)

Silver - Allison Schmitt, USA, 4:01.77

Bronze - Rebecca Adlington, GBR, 4:03.01

Swimming - Men's 400m Freestyle Relay

Gold - France, 3:09.93

Silver - United States, 3:10.38

Bronze - Russia, 3:11.41

ARCHERY

Team Women's

Quarterfinals

Korea def. Denmark, 206-195

Japan def. Mexico, 219-209

Russia def. Chinese Taipei, 216-2106*

China def. United States, 218-213

Note: Russia wins on tie-breaker

Semifinals

Korea def. Japan, 224-206

China def. Russia, 208-207

Finals

Japan def. Russia, 209-207

Korea def. China, 210-209

Cycling

Women's Road Race Finals

Pos. Name, Country, Time: 1. Marianne Vos, NED, 3:25:29; 2. Elisabeth Armistead, GBR, 3:25:29; 3. Olga Zabelinskaya, RUS, 3:25:31; 4. Ina Teutenberg, GER, 3:35:56; 5. Giorgia Bronzini, ITA, 3:35:56; 6. Emma Johansson. SWE, 3:35:56; 7. Shelley Olds, USA, 3:35:56; 8. Pauline Ferrand Prevot, FRA, 3:35:56; 9. Liesbet de Vocht, BEL, 3:35:56; 10. Aude Biannic, FRA, 3:35:56; 11. Katarzyna Tawlowska, POL, 3:35:56; 12. Joelle Numainville, CAN, 3:35:56; 13. Ahreum Na, KOR, 3:35:56; 14. Annemiek van Vleuten, NED, 3:35:56; 15. Alena Amialiusik, BLR, 3:35:56; 16. Ashleigh Moolman, RSA, 3:35:56; 17. Grete Treier, EST, 3:35:56; 18. Linda Melanie Villumsen, NZL, 3:35:56; 19. Emilia Fahlin, SWE, 3:35:56; 20. Pia Sundstedt, FIN, 3:35:56; 21. Christine Majerus, LUX, 3:35:56; 22. Polona Matagelj, SLO, 3:35:56; 23. Clemilda Fernandes Silva, BRA, 3:35:56; 24. Evelyn Stevens, USA, 3:35:56; 25. Tatiana Antoshina, RUS, 3:35:56; 26. Evelyn Yesenia Garcia Marroquin, ESA, 3:35:56; 27. Denise Ramsden, CAN, 3:35:56; 28. Joanna van de Winkel, RSA, 3:35:56; 29. Maaike Polspoel, BEL, 3:36:01; 30. Tatiana Guderzo, ITA, 3:36:01; 32. Clara Hughes, CAN, 3:36:01.

DIVING

Women's 3m Synchronized Springboard

Finals

Pos. Names, Country, Score: 1. Wu Minxia/He Zi, CHN, 346.20; 2. Abigail Johnston/Kelci Bryant, USA, 321.90; 3. Emilie Heymans/Jennifer Abel, CAN, 316.80; 4. Tania Cagnotto/Francesca Dallape, ITA, 314.10; 5. Anabelle Smith/Sharleen Stratton, AUS, 304.95; 6. Anna Pysmenska/Olena Fedorova, UKR, 302.40; 7. Alicia Blagg/Rebecca Gallantree, GBR, 285.60; 8. Panddelela Rinong Pamg/Juan Hoong Cheong, MAS 283.50.

JUDO

Men's 66kg Results

Bronze Medal Matches

Pawel Zagrodnik, POL def. Masashi Ebinuma, JPN, by Ippon

Cho Jun-Ho, KOR) def. Sugoi Uriarte, ESP, by Yus

Gold Medal Match

Lasha Shavdatuashvili, GEO def Miklos Ungvari, HUN, by Yuk

Women's 52kg

Bronze Medal Matches

Priscilla Gneto, FRA def. Marie Muller, LUX, by Ippon

Rosalba Forciniti, ITA def. Iise Heylen, BEL, by Yus

Gold Medal Match

An Kum Ae, PRK def. Yanet Bermoy Acosta, CUB, by Yuko

FENCING

Men's Individual Sabre

Bronze Medal Match

Nikolay Kovalev, RUS def. Rares Dumitrescu, ROU, 15-10

Gold Medal Match

Aron Szilagyi, HUN def. Diego Occhiuzzi, ITA, 15-8

GYMNASTICS

Women's Team Competition

Qualification Round

Pos. Name, Country, Score: 1. United States, 181.863 (Q); 2. Russia, 180.429 (Q); 3. China, 176.637 (Q); 4. Romania, 176.264 (Q); 5. Great Britain, 170.656 (Q); 6. Japan, 170.196 (Q); 7. Italy, 168.397 (Q); 8. Canada, 167.696 (Q); 9. Germany, 167.331; 10. Australia, 166.721; 11. France, 164.796; 12. Brazil, 161.285.

SHOOTING

Women's 10m Air Pistol

Finals

Pos. Name, Country, Score: 1. Guo Wenjun, CHN, 388+100.1488.1; 2. Celine Goberville, FRA, 387+99.6486.6; 3. Olena Kostevych, UKR, 387+99.6486.6; 4. Liubov Yaskevich, RUS, 385+101486; 5. Viktoria Chaika, BLR, 385+100.2485.2; 6. Su Yuling, CHN, 386+98.6484.6; 7. Zorana Arunovic, SRB, 385+98.5483.5; 8. Lenka Maruskova, CZE, 385+97.6482.6.

Women's Skeet

Finals

Pos. Name, Country, Score: 1. Kimberly Rhode, USA, 99; 2. Wei Ning, CHN, 91; 3. Danka Bartekova, SVK, 90; 4. Marina Belikova, RUS, 90; 5. Chiara Cainero, ITA, 89; 6. Christine Wenzel, GER, 89.

Swimming

Women's

100m Butterfly

Finals

1. Dana Vollmer, USA, 55.98 (WR); 2. Lu Ying, CHN, 56.87; 3. Alicia Coutts, AUS, 56.94; 4. Sarah Sjostrom, SW, 57.17; 5. Haria Bianchi, ITA, 57.27; 6. Jeanette Ottesen Gray, DEN, 57.35; 7. Claire Donahue, USA, 57.48; 8. Ellen Gandy, GBR, 57.76.

400m Freestyle

Finals

Pos. Name, Country, Time: 1. Camille Muffat, FRA, 4:01.45 (OR); 2. Allison Schmitt, USA, 4:01.77; 3. Rebecca Adlington, GBR, 4:03.01; 4. Lotte Friis, DEN, 4:03.98; 5. Federica Pellegrini, ITA, 4:04.50; 6. Coralie Balmy, FRA, 4:05.50; 7. Brittany Maclean, CAN, 4:06.24; 8. Lauren Boyle, NZL, 4:06.25.

100m Backstroke

Semifinal 1

Pos. Name, Country, Time: 1. Missy Franklin, USA, 59.12; 2. Aya Terakawa, JPN, 59.34; 3. Gemma Spofforth, GBR, 59.70; 4. Fu Yuanhui, CHN, 59.82; 5. Simona Baumrtova, CZE, 1:00.02; 6. Alexianne Castel, FRA, 1:00.24; 7. Arianna Barbieri, ITA, 1:00.27; 8. Georgia Davies, GBR, 1:00.56.

Semifinal 2

Pos. Name, Country, Time: 1. Emily Seebohm, AUS, 58.39; 2. Zhao Jing, CHN, 59.55; 3. Anatasia Zueva, RUS, 59.68; 4. Belinda Kocking, AUS, 59.79; 5. Julia Wilkinson, CAN, 59.91; 6. Rachel Bootsma, USA, 1:00.04; 7. Kirsty Coventry, ZIM, 1:00.39; 8. Sinead Russell, CAN, 1:00.57.

100m Breaststroke

Semifinal 1

Pos. Name, Country, Time: 1. Rebecca Soni, USA, 1:05.98; 2. Breeja Larson, USA, 1:06.70; 3. Satomi Suzuki, JPN, 1:07.10; 4. Alia Atkinson, JAM, 1:07.48; 4. Tera Van Beilen, CAN, 1:07.48; 6. Jennie Johansson, SWE, 1:07.57; 7. Suzaan van Biljon, RSA, 1:07.68; 8. Mina Matsushima, JPN, 1:08.26.

Semifinal 2

Pos. Name, Country, Time: 1. Ruta Meilutyte, LTU, 1:05.21 (EU); 2. Iuliia Efimova, RUS, 1:06.57; 3. Leisel Jones, AUS, 1:06.81; 4. Rikke Pedersen, DEN, 1:06.82; 5. Sarah Poewe, GER, 1:07.68; 6. Jullian Tyler, CAN, 1:07.74; 7. Leiston Pickett, AUS, 1:07.87; 8. Zhao Jin, CHN, 1:07.97.

Men's 100m Breaststroke

Final

Pos. Name, Country, Time: 1. Cameron van der Burgh, RSA, 58.46 (WR); 2. Christian Sprenger, AUS, 58.93; 3. Brendan Hansen,USA, 59.49; 4. Daniel Gyurta, HUN, 59.53; 5. Kitajima Kosuke, JPN, 59.79; 6. Brenton Rickard, AUS, 59.87; 7. Fabio Scozzoli, ITA, 59.97; 8. Giedrius Titenis, LTU, 1:00.84.

200m Freestyle

Semifinal 1

Pos. Name, Country, Time: 1. Paul Biedermann, GER, 1:46.10 (Q); 2. Ryan Lochte, USA, 1:46.31 (Q); 3. Robbie Renwick, GBR, 1:46.65 (Q); 3. Danila Izotov, RUS, 1:46.65 (Q); 5. Ricky Berens, USA, 1:46.87; 6. Brett Fraser, CAY, 1:47.01; 7. Gregory Mallet, FRA, 1:47.56; 8. Dominik Meichtry, SUI, 1:48.25.

Semifinal 2

1. Sun Wang, CHN, 1:45.61 (Q); 2. Yannick Agnel, FRA, 1:45.84 (Q); 3. Taehwan Park, KOR, 1:46.02 (Q); 4. Thomas Fraser-Holmes, AUS, 1:46.80 (Q); 5. Dominik Kozma, HUN, 1:46.93; 6. Sebastiaan Verschuren, NED, 1:46.95; 7. Kenrick Monk, AUS, 1:47.38; 8. Artem Lobuzov, RUS, 1:48.26.

Q - Qualified for Final

100m Backstroke

Semifinal 1

1. Camille Lacourt, FRA, 53.03; 2. Liam Tancock, GBR, 53.25; 3. Cheng Feiyi, CHN, 53.50; 4. Arkady Vyatchanin, RUS, 53.79; 5. Nick Driebergen, NED, 53.81; 6. Aristeidis Grigoraiadis, GRE, 54.20; 7. Charles Francis, CAN, 54.42; 8. Daniel Arnamnart, AUS 54.48.

Semifinal 2

1. Matthew Grevers, USA, 52.56; 2. Ryosuke Irie, JPN, 53.29; 3. Nick Thomas, USA, 53.47; 4. Heige Meeuw, GER, 53.52; 5. Hayden Stoeckel, AUS, 53.74; 6. Jan-Philip Glania, GER, 53.90; 7. Aschwin Wilderboer Faber, ESP, 53.99; 8. Gareth Kean, NZL, 54.99.

4x100m Freestyle Relay

Finals

Pos. Country, Time: 1. France, 3:09.93; 2. United States, 3:10.38; 3. Russia, 3:11.41; 4. Australia, 3:11.63; 5. South Africa, 3:11.45; 6. Germany, 3:13.52

7. Italy, 3:14.13; 8. Belgium, 3:14.40.

ROWING

Women's Eights

Heat 1

Pos. Name, Country, Time: 1. United States, 6:14.68 (Q); 2. Australia, 6:20.89 (R); 3. Great Britain, 6:23.51 (R); 4. Germany, 6:34.32 (R)

Heat 2

Pos. Name, Country, Time: Canada, 6:13.91 (Q); Romania, 6:16.61 (R); Netherlands, 6:18.98 (R).

R - Repechage

Q- Qualified for Finals

WEIGHTLIFTING

Women's 53kg

Finals

Pos. Name, Country, Score: 1. Sulifiya Chinshanlo, KAZ, 226; 2. Hsu Shu-Ching, TPE, 219; 3. Cristina Iova, MDA, 219; 4. Citra Febrianti, INA, 206; 5. Julia Paratova, UKR, 199; 6. Rusmeris Villar Barbosa, COL, 196; 7. Aleksandra J Klejnowska Krzywanska, POL, 196; 8. Thi Thuy Nguyen, VIE, 195; 9. Yu Weili, HKG, 195; 10. Inmara Tibisay Henrriquez Gonzalez, VEN, 194.

Men's 56kg

Finals

Pos. Name, Country, Score: 1. Yun Chol Om, PRK, 293; 2. Wu Jingbiao, CHN, 289; 3. Valentin Hristov, AZE, 281; 4. Quoc Toan Tran, VIE, 280; 5. Jadi Setiadi, INA, 277; 6. Jose Lino Montes Gongora, MEX, 269; 7. Sergio Armando Rada Rodriguez, COL, 269; 8. Carlos Berna, COL, 268; 9. Florin Ionui Croitoru, ROM, 268; 10. Chol Bom Sin, PRK, 258; 11. Yasmani Romero, CUB, 258; 12. Tom R Goegebuer, BEL, 247; 13. Manueli Tulo, FIJ, 233; 14. Mirco Scarantino, ITA, 225.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition July 30, 2012 C3

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