A sport-by-sport round-up of how every Team GB athlete performs on Day Two of the 2012 Olympic Games in London.
The women’s team of Alison Williamson, Naomi Folkard and Amy Oliver are out following a 215-208 defeat by Russia in the first round.
The men’s team are beaten 95-75 by Russia in their opening group game, despite NBA star Luol Deng racking up 26 points.
Shauna Mullin and Zara Dempsey beat Canada 2-1 in their Group F match. The pair won 15-13 win in the final set.
World number two Fred Evans wins his welterweight opener against Algeria’s Ilyas Abbadi 18-10. The Welshman faces number four seed Egidijus Kavaliauskas of Lithuania in the next round.
21-year-old Josh Evans wins his lightweight clash against Brazilian Robson Conceicao 13-9.
David Florence is ranked fifth in the men’s canoe single C1 with a score of 93.04 to progress to the semi-finals.
Richard Hounslow is through in 11th place with a score of 89.12 in the men’s kayak single K1 qualifying round.
Lizzie Armitstead wins Britain’s first medal with SILVER in the women’s road race in a time of three hours 35 minutes and 29 seconds, which is not quite enough to beat Netherlands’s Marianne Vos at the line. Russia’s Olga Zabelinskaya takes bronze, 2008 Olympic champion Nicole Cooke finishes 31st and Emma Pooley 40th. Lucy Martin ends the race outside the top 40 riders.
Alicia Blagg and Rebecca Gallantree finish seventh in the women’s synchronised 3m springboard final with a score of 285.60.
After dressage in the individual eventing, Kristina Cook on Miners Frolic is ranked 14th with 42.00 penalty points. William Fox-Pitt is joint 17th on Lionheart with 44.10. Zara Phillips on High Kingdom lies in joint 24th place with 46.10 points.
Today’s action means that Mary King on Imperial Cavalier is now in 12th place, with Nicola Wilson on Operation Buzz in joint 39th. Both competed yesterday.
Overall, Great Britain sit in third in the team eventing behind Australia and first-placed Germany with a score of 127.00.
The men’s team need just a draw in their final group game against Uruguay after a 3-1 victory over UAE at Wembley.
Beth Tweddle tops qualifying with a huge 16.133 for the uneven bars after four of five sessions. Rebecca Tunney, the youngest Briton at the Olympics at 15, scores 56.391 from the four pieces of apparatus – bars, beam, floor and vault – with Hannah Whelan 55.699. The pair lie 10th and 12th respectively.
Jennifer Pinches is ranked 17th while Imogen Cairns has a score of 27.299 after two pieces of apparatus.
In the team all around event, Team GB are fourth with a score of170.656.
The men’s team suffer a heavy 44-15 defeat by Olympic champions France in their first ever handball match at the Games.
The women’s team begin their campaign with a 4-0 win over Japan,but have injury worries over captain Kate Walsh and Helen Richardson.
Colin Oates is beaten 1-0 by Lasha Shavdatuashvili of Georgia in his -66kg quarter-final, and loses his repechage contest against South Korea’s Jun-Ho Cho to miss out on the chance of a bronze medal. Earlier he beat Australia’s Ivo Dos Santos 2-0 in the elimination round of 32 and then overcame 2009 world champion Tsagaanbaatar Khashbaatar of Mongolia 1-0.
Sophie Cox is beaten 1-0 in the -52kg elimination round by Beijing silver medallist An Kum-ae of North Korea.
Sophie Hosking and Kat Copeland reach the semi-final of the women’s lightweight double sculls in a time of 6:56.97.
Zac Purchase and Mark Hunter also progress to the semi-final of the men’s lightweight double sculls, winning heat two in 6:36.29.
The women’s eight must contest the repechage after finishing third in heat one.
Defending Star champions Iain Percy and Andrew Simpson come 11th in their first race.
Lucy Macgregor’s team beat Denmark in their first round robin match in the women’s match-racing.
Rebecca Adlington wins a BRONZE medal in the women’s 400m freestyle with a time of 4:03.01.
Jo Jackson finishes seventh in heat three of the women’s 400m freestyle and goes out.
Ellen Gandy finishes eighth in the women’s 100m butterfly final with a time of 57.76.
Gemma Spofforth finishes third in the semi-final of the 100m backstrokewith a time of 59.70. Georgia Davies finishes eighth in the same heat after clocking 60.50.
Robbie Renwick finishes third in the semi-final of the men’s 200m freestyle with a time of 1:46.65 to qualify for the final.
Ieuan Lloyd finishes sixth in heat four of the 200m freestyle and 19th overall which is not enough to qualify for the semi-finals.
Kate Haywood and 16-year-old team-mate Siobhan-Marie O’Connorfail to qualify in the women’s 100m breaststroke.
Liam Tancock finishes second in his semi-final to go through to the men’s 100m backstroke final with a time of 53.25.
Chris Walker-Hebborn’s time of 54.78 is not enough for him to qualify for the 100m backstroke final as he finishes in 20th place overall.
The men’s team finish 12th and go out of the 4x100m freestyle relay.
Paul Drinkhall beats world number 54 Zi Yang of Singapore 4-1 to go through to the third round. He will play Germany’s Dimitrij Ovtcharov.
Joanna Parker loses to Germany’s Kristin Silbereisen 4-1 in the second round of the women’s singles.
Anne Keothavong and Elena Baltacha’s match against Julia Goerges and Anna-Lena Gronefeld in the women’s doubles first round is cancelled because of rain. The British duo will now play the Germans on Monday.
Laura Robson’s singles match against Lucie Safarova and Heather Watson’s clash against Silivia Soler Espinosa will also be played on Monday.
GB’s men are beaten in their first ever Olympic volleyball match, losing 3-0 to Bulgaria in the group stage.
The men’s side suffer a 13-4 defeat against Romania in their first appearance at the Games since 1956.