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09/09/2008 05:12 am ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

Olympic Results, Medal Count, Photos and Video

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Sunday, August 24th

USA Basketball Wins Gold with 118-107 Win Over Spain

The United States won the gold medal in Olympic men's basketball Sunday with a 118-107 victory over Spain. The Americans won their first gold medal since the 2000 Olympics, but not without a fight. They led by just four points with less than 2 1/2 minutes remaining before pulling away to beat the same team they handled by 37 points in pool play. Dwyane Wade scored 27 points and Kobe Bryant added 20 for the Americans.

U.S. Men's Volleyball Ends Inspired Run with Gold Medal

The U.S. men's volleyball team has won the Olympic gold medal, completing a perfect run in the tournament by beating defending champion Brazil. The Americans captured their third gold medal in the sport. They won Sunday's final by scores of 20-25, 25-22, 25-21, 25-23. Brazil, the top-ranked team and two-time gold medalists, settled for the silver. Russia took the bronze.

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Argentina Beats Lithuania 87-75 for Men's Hoops Bronze

Carlos Delfino had 20 points and 10 rebounds as Argentina won the bronze medal in men's basketball with an 87-75 win against Lithuania. Luis Scola added 16 points on Sunday and Andres Nocioni had 14 for Argentina, which won the gold medal in 2004. It's the first time the Argentines have won back-to-back Olympic medals.

Hungary Wins Third Straight Gold in Water Polo Final Against US

Hungary has won a third consecutive gold medal in men's water polo. Daniel Rudolf Varga and Peter Biros scored three goals apiece and the Hungarians beat the United States 14-10 in the final Sunday.

Wanjiru Becomes First Kenyan to Win Gold in Men's Marathon

Samuel Wanjiru already had made a name for himself in the heady world of Kenyan distance running. Now he's made history.

Medal Results:

Men's Water Polo

1. Hungary

2. United States

3. Serbia

Men's Handball

1. France

2. Iceland

3. Spain

Super Heavyweight +91kg

1. Italy - Roberto Cammarelle

2. China - Zhilei Zhang

3. Great Britain (United Kingdom) - David Price

3. Ukraine - Vyacheslav Glazkov

Men's Basketball

1. United States

2. Spain

3. Argentina

Welter Weight 64-69kg

1. Kazakhstan - Bakhyt Sarsekbayev

2. Cuba - Carlos Banteaux Suarez

3. South Korea - Jungjoo Kim

3. China - Silamu Hanati

Light Heavyweight 75-81kg

1. China - Xiaoping Zhang

2. Ireland - Kenny Egan

3. Kazakhstan - Yerkebulan Shynaliyev

3. Great Britain (United Kingdom) - Tony Jeffries

Lightweight 57-60kg

1. Russia - Alexey Tishcehnko

2. France - Daouda Sow

3. Cuba - Yordenis Ugas

3. Armenia - Hrachik Javakhyan

Bantamweight 51-54kg

1. Mongolia - Badar-Uugan Enkhbat

2. Cuba - Yankiel Leon Alarcon

3. Mauritius - Bruno Julie

3. Moldova - Veaceslav Gojan

Men's Volleyball

1. United States

2. Brazil

3. Russia

Light Flyweight 48kg

1. China - Shiming Zou

2. Mongolia - Serdamba Purevdorj

3. Ireland - Paddy Barnes

3. Cuba - G Yampier Hernandez

Women's Group Competition

1. Russia

2. China

3. Belarus

Men's Marathon

1. Kenya - Samuel Kamau Wansiru

2. Morocco - Jaouad Gharib

3. Ethiopia - Tsegay Kebed

Saturday, August 23rd

U.S. Women's Basketball Win Fourth Straight Gold

Lisa Leslie and the U.S. women's basketball team were once again too good for Australia at the Olympics. Leslie capped off her illustrious Olympic career with a fourth straight gold medal scoring 14 points in a 92-65 victory against Australia on Saturday night.

Americans Finish Strong with Sweep in 1600 Relays

In a pair of races that brought some redemption after a disappointing Olympics for the U.S. track and field team, Wariner, Richards and Allyson Felix led a sweep of the 1,600-meter relays Saturday, an event that might as well have been designed to bolster the country's gold-medal count.

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Brazil Takes Gold In Women's Volleyball with Win Over U.S.

Brazil has won its first gold medal in women's volleyball, ending the United States' dramatic run. Brazil defeated the Americans three sets to one, to complete the Olympic tournament undefeated.

South Korea Over Cuba in Baseball Gold-Medal Game

South Korea captured the gold medal and capped a perfect and improbable Olympic run with the country's biggest win yet in international baseball, a 3-2 victory over defending champion Cuba on Saturday night in the championship of the Beijing Games.

Argentina Downs Nigeria in Men's Soccer Final for 2nd Straight Olympic Gold

Angel di Maria provided the finish to another piece of magic from Lionel Messi, helping Argentina defeat Nigeria 1-0 for its second straight gold medal in Olympic soccer.

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Russia Completes Gold Medal Sweep in Synchronized Swimming

Russia has won the team event and swept both gold medals in synchronized swimming for the third consecutive Olympics. Russia finished with a combined 99.500 points after Saturday's free routine. Spain took the silver with 98.251 points, and China claimed the bronze with 97.334.

U.S. Baseball Settles for Bronze with 8-4 Win Over Japan

The Americans celebrated modestly in the middle of the diamond with hugs, handshakes and high-fives. The U.S. baseball team had to settle for bronze, certainly not the medal color it had planned to bring home.

Medal Results:

Women's Basketball

1. United States

2. Australia

3. Russia

Men's Hockey

1. Germany

2. Spain

3. Australia

Women's Volleyball

1. Brazil

2. United States

3. China

Heavyweight 81-91kg

1. Russia - Rakhim Chakhkiev

2. Italy - Clemente Russo

3. United States - Deontay Wilder

3. Cuba - Osmai Acosta Duarte

Men's 10m Platform

1. Australia - Matthew Mitcham

2. China - Luxin Zhou

3. Russia - Gleb Galperin

Men's Singles Table Tennis

1. China - Lin Ma

2. China - Hao Wang

3. China - Liqin Wang

Women's High Jump

1. Belgium - Tia Hellebaut - 2.05

2. Croatia - Blanka Vlasic - 2.05

3. Russia - Anna Chicherova - 2.03

Women's Individual All-Round (Rhythmic Gymnastics)

1. Russia - Evgeniya Kanaeva

2. Belarus - Inna Zhukova

3. Ukraine - Anna Bessonova

Women's 67kg+

1. Mexico - Maria del Rosario Espinoza

2. Norway - Nina Solheim

3. Brazil - Natalia Falavigna

3. Great Britain (United Kingdom) - Sarah Stevenson

Men's 80kg+

1. South Korea - Dongmin Cha

2. Greece - Alexandros Nikolaidis

3. Nigeria - Chika Yagazie Chukwumerije

3. Kazakhstan - Arman Chilmanov

Middleweight 69-75kg

1. Great Britain (United Kingdom) - James Degale

2. Cuba - Emilio Correa Bayeaux

3. Ireland - Darren John Sutherland

3. India - Vijender Kumar

Light Welter Weight 60-64kg

1. Dominican Republic - Felix Diaz

2. Thailand - Manus Boonjumnong

3. France - Alexis Vastine

3. Cuba - Roniel Iglesias Sotolongo

Baseball

1. South Korea

2. Cuba

3. United States

Men's Javelin Throw

1. Norway - Andreas Thorkildsen - 90.57 (OR)
2. Latvia - Ainars Kovals - 86.64

3. Finland - Tero Pitkamaki - 86.16

Men's 4x400m Relay

1. United States - 2:55.39 (OR)

2. The Bahamas - 2:58.03

3. Russia - 2:58.06

Women's 4x400m Relay

1. United States - 3:18.54

2. Russia - 3:18.82

3. Jamaica - 3:20.40

Men's 5000m

1. Ethiopia - Kenenisa Bekele - 12:57.82 (OR)

2. Kenya - Eliud Kipchoge

3. Kenya - Edwin Cheruiyot Soi

Women's 1500m

1. Kenya - Nancy Jebet Langat - 4:00.27

2. Ukraine - Iryna Lishchynska - 4:01.63

3. Ukraine - Nataliya Tobias - 4:01.78

Featherweight 54-57kg

1. Ukraine - Vasyl Lomachenko

2. France - Khedafi Djelkhir

3. Turkey - Yakup Kilic

4. Azerbaijan - Shahin Imranov

Men's 1500m

1. Bahrain - Rashid Ramzi

2. Kenya - Asbel Kipruto Kiprop

3. New Zealand - Nicholas Willis

Men's 800m

1. Kenya - Wilfred Bungei - 1:44.65

2. Sudan - Ismail Ahmed Ismail - 1:44.70

3. Kenya - Alfred Kirwa Yego - 1:44.82

Flyweight 48-51kg

1. Thailand - Somjit Jongjohor

2. Cuba - Andris Laffita Hernandez

3. Russia - Georgy Balakshin

3. Italy - Vincenzo Picardi

Men's Cross Country

1. France - Julien Absalon

2. France - Jean-Christophe Peraud

3. Switzerland - Nino Schurter

Women's K-2 500m

1. Hungary

2. Poland

3. France

Men's C-2 500m

1. China

2. Russia

3. Germany

Women's Handball

1. Norway

2. Russia

3. South Korea

Men's K-2 500m

1. Spain

2. Germany

3. Belarus

Women's K-1 500m

1. Ukraine - Inna Osypenko-Radomska

2. Italy - Josefa Idem

3. Germany - Katrin Wagner-Augustin

Team Synchronized Swimming

1. Russia

2. Spain

3. China

Men's C-1 500m

1. Russia - Maxim Opalev

2. Spain - David Cal

3. Ukraine - Iurii Cheban

Men's K-1 500m

1. Australia - Ken Wallace

2. Canada - Adam van Koeverden

3. Great Britain (United Kingdom) - Tim Brabants

Men's Soccer

1. Argentina

2. Nigeria

3. Brazil

Women's Cross Country

1. Germany - Sabine Spitz

2. Poland - Maja Wloszczowska

3. Russia - Irina Kalentyeva

Women's Heptathlon

1. Ukraine - Nataliia Dobrynska

2. United States - Hyleas Fountain

3. Russia - Tatiana Chernova

Friday, August 22nd

Bolt and Jamaican Team Break World Record in 400 Relay

Usain Bolt helped Jamaica win the 400-meter relay final in 37.10 seconds Friday night for his third gold medal and third world record of the Olympics. Bolt ran the third leg of the relay, then handed the baton to former 100-meter world record-holder Asafa Powell.

Redeem Team Defeats Argentina, Plays for Gold on Sunday

The climb back to the top is nearly complete. One more win and U.S. basketball is golden again. The Americans ended their streak of final four flops and Argentina's hopes of an Olympic gold-medal repeat, starting fast and finishing strong in a 101-81 semifinal victory Friday.

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Bryan Clay Brings Home Gold for U.S. in Decathlon

Bryan Clay has won the decathlon at the Beijing Games, the first American man to win the 10-discipline event at the Olympics since 1996. The 2004 Olympic silver medalist and 2005 world champion, Clay finished with 8,791 points, including 522 in the 1,500 meters late Friday.

Spain Advances to Men's Hoops Gold-Medal Game with Win Over Lithuania

Pau Gasol had 19 points as Spain defeated Lithuania 91-86 on Friday night to advance to the Olympic gold medal game for the first time since 1984.

U.S. Over Russia in Epic 5-Set Match, Will Play for Gold Sunday

The U.S. men's volleyball team will play for the Olympic gold medal after defeating Russia in five sets. With the 25-22, 25-21, 25-27, 22-25, 15-13 victory Friday, the U.S. men remain undefeated in Beijing.

Americans Denied Gold in BMX, France and Latvia Triumph

World champion Maris Strombergs of Latvia won the men's gold, sweeping to the front at the start of the winner-take-all final and never losing control. The French duo of Anne-Caroline Chausson and Laetitia Le Corguille took gold and silver, respectively, in the women's title race, where Kintner rallied from far back in the pack to win her medal.

Dalhausser and Rogers Bring Home Men's Beach Volleyball Gold for U.S.

Todd Rogers and Phil Dalhausser have completed the American sweep of the beach volleyball gold medals, beating Brazil in three sets. A day after Kerri Walsh and Misty May-Treanor weathered a driving rainstorm to win their second straight gold, the men won their Olympic debuts on Friday in more typical beach weather.

Medal Results:

Men's Pole Vault

1. Australia - Steve Hooker - 5.96 (OR)

2. Russia - Evgeny Lukyanenko

3. Ukraine - Denys Yurchenko

Women's Hockey

1. Netherlands

2. China

3. Argentina

Men's 4x100m Relay

1. Jamaica - 37.10 (WR)

2. Trinidad and Tobago

3. Japan

Men's Decathlon

1. United States - Bryan Claybel - 8791

2. Belarus - Andrei Krauchanka - 8551

3. Cuba - Leonel Suarez - 8527

Women's Singles Table Tennis

1. China - Yining Zhang

2. China - Nan Wang

3. China - Yue Guo

Women's Individual Competition (Equestrian)

1. Germany - Lena Schoneborn

2. Great Britain (United Kingdom) - Heather Fell

3. Ukraine - Victoria Tereshuk

Women's 4x100m Relay

1. Russia

2. Belgium

3. Nigeria

Women's 5000m

1. Ethiopia - Tirunesh Dibaba - 15:41.40

2. Turkey - Elvan Abeylegesse - 15:42.74

3. Ethiopia - Meseret Defar - 15:44.12

Women's Long Jump

1. Brazil - Maurren Higa Maggi - 7.04

2. Russia - Tatyana Lebedeva - 7.03

3. Nigeria - Blessing Okagbare - 6.91

Men's 68-80kg Taekwondo

1. Iran - Hadi Saei

2. Italy - Mauro Sarmiento

3. United States - Steven Lopez

3. China - Guo Zhu

Women's 57-67kg Taekwondo

1. South Korea - Kyungseon Hwang

2. Canada - Karine Sergerie

3. Croatia - Sandra Saric

3. France - Gwladys Patience Epangue

Men's K-4 1000m (Kayak)

1. Belarus

2. Slovakia

3. Germany

Men's C-2 1000m (Kayak)

1. Belarus

2. Germany

3. Hungary

Men's K-2 1000m (Kayak)

1. Germany

2. Denmark

3. Italy

Women's K-4 500m (Kayak)

1. Germany

2. Hungary

3. Australia

Men's C-1 1000m (Kayak)

1. Hungary - Attila Sandor Vajda

2. Spain - David Cal

3. Canada - Thomas Hall

Men's K-1 1000m (Kayak)

1. Great Britain (United Kingdom) - Tim Brabants

2. Norway - Eirik Veraas Larsen

3. Australia - Ken Wallace

Men's Beach Volleyball

1. United States

2. Brazil

3. Brazil

Men's 50km Walk

1. Italy - Alex Schwazer - 3:37:09

2. Australia - Jared Tallent - 3:39:27

3. Russia - Denis Nizhegorodov - 3:40:14

Men's Individual BMX

1. Latvia - Maris Strombergs

2. United States - Mike Day

3. United States - Donny Robinson

Women's Individual

1. France - Anne-Caroline Chausson

2. France - Laetitia le Corguille

3. United States - Jill Kintner

Mixed Individual

1. Canada - Eric Lamaze

2. Sweden - Rolf-Goran Bengtsson

3. United States - Beezie Madden

Thursday, August 21st

U.S. Women's Soccer Team Grabs Gold in Win Over Brazil

They came to the Beijing Olympics as a team trying to find its way, still adjusting to a new coach and each other, still smarting from a loss that brought humiliation on and off the field. On Thursday night, the U.S. women's soccer team stood as one, Olympic gold medals around their necks, champions once again.

U.S. Women's Basketball Defeats Russia, Advances to Gold Medal Game

Diana Taurasi had 21 points and the U.S. women's basketball team beat Russia 67-52 Thursday to advance to their fourth straight Olympic gold medal game. The Americans will face either Australia or China on Saturday as they try to win a fourth straight gold.

U.S. Pulls Off Sweep in Men's 400, LaShawn Merritt Takes Gold

LaShawn Merritt has upset defending champion Jeremy Wariner to lead a U.S. sweep of the medals in the 400 meters at the Olympics. Merritt pulled away down the stretch Thursday night to win in 43.75 seconds -- nearly a full second ahead of silver medalist Wariner, who finished in 44.74.

Softball Stunner: U.S Denied 4th Consecutive Gold in Loss to Japan

The U.S. Olympic softball team was denied a fourth straight gold medal, losing 3-1 on Thursday to Japan in the sport's final appearance in the games for at least eight years. The Americans' 22-game Olympic winning streak was snapped as Japan pitcher Yukiko Ueno handed them their first loss since Sept. 21, 2000 at Sydney.

Jamaica Completes Sprint Sweep with Gold in Women's 200

It was Jamaica Night again at the Bird's Nest, this time with Veronica Campbell-Brown doing the honors, easily winning the 200 meters Thursday to cap the first sweep of all four men's and women's Olympic sprints in 20 years.

Dutch Stun Top-Ranked Americans, Take Gold in Women's Water Polo

The Netherlands has won the gold medal in women's water polo, stunning the United States 9-8 behind seven goals by Danielle de Bruijn. She scored the winner with 26 seconds remaining.

U.S. Drops Cuba, Will Play for Women's Volleyball Gold

The U.S. women's volleyball team has advanced to the gold medal game, defeating Cuba in three sets to guarantee the Americans their best Olympic finish since 1984.

American Wang Loses in Table Tennis Quarters; Best Finish Ever for U.S.

Wang Chen of the U.S. has lost her quarterfinal match in the Olympic table tennis singles competition, bringing an end to the Americans' best showing ever in the sport. Previously, the best finish for the U.S. was when Gao Jun reached the round of 32 in singles and doubles at the Athens Games.

Misty May-Treanor and Kerri Walsh Win 2nd Beach Volleyball Gold

Americans Kerri Walsh and Misty May-Treanor have won their second consecutive gold medal in beach volleyball, playing through a steady rain to beat Wang Jie and Tian Jia of China 21-18, 21-18.

Medal Results:

Women's Soccer

1. United States

2. Brazil

3. Germany

Men's Triple Jump

1. Portugal - Nelson Evora - 17.67

2. Great Britain (United Kingdom) - Phillips Idowu - 17.62

3. The Bahamas - Leevan Sands - 17.59

Men's 110m Hurdles
1. Cuba - Dayron Robles - 12.93

2. United States - David Payne - 13.17

3. United States - David Oliver - 13.18

Men's 400m

1. United States - LaShawn Merritt - 43.75

2. United States - Jeremy Wariner - 44.74

3. United States - David Neville - 44.80

Women's 10m Platform

1. China - Ruolin Chen - 447.70

2. Canada - Emilie Heymans - 437.05

3. China - Xin Wang - 429.90

Softball

1. Japan

2. United States

3. Australia

Women's Javelin Throw

1. Czech Republic - Barbora Spotakova - 71.42

2. Russia - Maria Abakumova - 70.78

3. Germany - Christina Obergfoll - 66.13

Men's Individual Competition

1. Russia - Andrey Moiseev

2. Lithuania - Edvinas Krungolcas

3. Lithuania - Andrejus Zadneprovskis

Men's 58-68kg

1. South Korea - Taejin Son

2. United States - Mark Lopez

3. Turkey - Servet Tazegul

3. Taiwan (Chinese Taipei) - Yu-Chi Sung

Women's 49-57kg

1. South Korea - Sujeong Lim

2. Turkey - Azize Tanrikulu

3. United States - Diana Lopez

4. Croatia - Martina Zubcic

Women's 200m

1. Jamaica - Veronica Campbell-Brown - 21.74

2. United States - Allyson Felix - 21.93

3. Jamaica - Kerron Stewart - 22.00

Women's Football

1. Germany

Women's Water Polo

1. Netherlands

2. United States

3. Australia

Men's 96-120kg

1. Uzbekistan - Artur Taymazov

2. Russia - Bakhriyar Akhmedov

3. Kazakhstan - Marid Mutalimov

3. Slovakia - David Musulbes

Men's 84-96kg

1. Russia - Shirvani Muradov

2. Kazakhstan - Taimuraz Tigiyev

3. Azerbaijan - Khetag Gazyumov

3. Georgia - George Gogshelidze

Men's 74-84kg

1. Georgia - Revazi Mindorashvili

2. Tajikistan - Yusup Abdusalomov

3. Russia - Georgy Ketoev

3. Ukraine - Taras Danko

Men's Star

1. Great Britain (United Kingdom)

2. Brazil

3. Sweden

Mixed Tornado

1. Spain

2. Australia

3. Argentina

Women's Beach Volleyball

1. United States

2. China

3. China

Men's Marathon 10k

1. Netherlands - Maarten van der Weijden - 1:51:51.6

2. Great Britain (United Kingdom) - David Davies - 1:51:53.1

3. Germany - Thomas Lurz - 1:51:53.6

Women's 20km Walk

1. Russia - Olga Kaniskina - 1:26.31 (OR)

2. Norway - Kjersti Tysse Platzer - 1:27:07

3. Italy - Elisa Rigaudo - 1:27:12

Wednesday, August 20th

Usain Bolt Breaks World Record in 200, First Man Since Carl Lewis to Win 100 and 200

The Jamaican wunderkind hurtled to his second world record and his second Olympic gold medal, finishing the 200-meter race Wednesday night in 19.30 seconds to break Michael Johnson's 12-year-old mark.

Lithuania Knocks China Out of Men's Tournament with 94-68 Win

Lithuania ousted the Olympic hosts from the men's basketball quarterfinals Wednesday, beating China 94-68. Sarunas Jasikevicius scored 23 points to lead Lithuania, while Houston Rockets center Yao Ming put in 19 for China.

Afghanistan Takes First Olympic Medal with Bronze in Taekwondo

Afghanistan won its first Olympic medal on Wednesday, when Rohullah Nikpai defeated world champion Juan Antonio Ramos of Spain to take the bronze medal in the men's under 58-kilogram taekwondo competition.

Windsurfer Yin Jian Brings China First-Ever Sailing Gold Medal

Chinese windsurfer Yin Jian was won the host nation's first-ever Olympic sailing gold medal with a win in the women's RS:X class. Italy's Alessandra Sensini won the silver and Britain's Bryony Shaw scored bronze.

Dalhausser and Rogers Clinch Medal in Beach Volleyball, Play for Gold Friday

Americans Todd Rogers and Phil Dalhausser will play for the gold medal in beach volleyball. The reigning world champions beat Georgia 21-11, 21-13 in the semifinal Wednesday in one of the quickest matches of the Olympics.

U.S. Softball Rolls Over Japan, Will Play in Gold-Medal Game

Crystl Bustos hit a three-run homer in the ninth inning as the U.S. Olympic softball team beat Japan 4-1 in extra innings and will play for its fourth straight gold medal. The Americans (8-0) pushed across four in the ninth Wednesday to extend their Olympic winning streak to 22 games.

Medal Results:

Women's 400m Hurdles

1. Jamaica - Melaine Walker - 52.64 (OR)

2. United States - Sheena Tosta - 53.70

3. Great Britain (United Kingdom) - Tasha Danvers - 53.84

Men's 200m

1. Jamaica - Usain Bolt - 19.30 (WR)

2. Netherlands Antilles - Churandy Martina - 19.82

3. United States - Shawn Crawford - 19.96

Women's Hammer Throw

1. Belarus - Aksana Miankova

2. Cuba - Yipsi Moreno

3. China - Wenxiu Zhang

Men's -58kg

1. Mexico - Guillermo Perez

2. Dominican Republic - Yulis Gabriel Mercedes

3. Taiwan (Chinese Taipei) - Mu-Yen Chu

3. Afghanistan - Rohullah Nikpai

Women's -49kg

1. China - Jingyu Wu

2. Thailand - Buttree Puedpong

3. Cuba - Daynellis Montejo

3. Venezuela - Dalia Contreras Rivero

Men's 66-74kg

1. Russia - Buvaysa Saytiev

2. Uzbekistan - Soslan Tigiev

3. Belarus - Murad Gaidarov

3. Bulgaria - Kiril Terziev

Men's 60-66kg

1. Turkey - Ramazan Sahin

2. Ukraine - Andriy Stadnik

3. Georgia - Otar Tushishvili

4. India - Sushil Kumar

Duet Synchronized Swimming

1. Russia

2. Spain

3. Japan

Women's Windsurfing

1. China - Jian Yin

2. Italy - Alessandra

3. Great Britain (United Kingdom) - Bryony Shaw

Men's Windsurfing

1. New Zealand - Tom Ashley

2. France - Julien Bontemps

3. Israel - Shahar Zubari

Women's Marathon 10k

1. Russia - Larisa Ilchenko

2. Great Britain (United Kingdom) - Keri-Anne Payne

3. Great Britain (United Kingdom) - Cassandra Patten

Women's Laser Radial

1. United States - Anna Tunnicliffe

2. Lithuania - Gintare Volungeviciute

3. China - Lijia Xu

Men's Discus Throw

1. Estonia - Gerd Kanter

2. Poland - Piotr Malachowski

3. Lithuania - Virgilijus Alekna

Women's 1500m

1. Bahrain - Rashid Ramzi

2. Kenya - Asbel Kipruto Kiprop

3. New Zealand - Nicholas Willis

Mixed Individual (Equestrian)

1. Netherlands - Anky van Grunsven

2. Germany - Isabell Werth

3. Germany - Heike Kemmer

Women's 100m Hurdles

1. United States - Dawn Harper - 12.54

2. Australia - Sally McLellan

3. Canada - Priscilla Lopes-Schilep

Women's 400m

1. Great Britain (United Kingdom) - Christine Ohuruogu - 49.62

2. Jamaica - Shericka Williams - 49.69

3. United States - Sanya Richards - 49.93

Men's 3m Springboard

1. China - Chong He

2. Canada - Alexandre Despatie

3. China - Kai Qin

Men's High Jump

1. Russia - Andrey Silnov

2. Great Britain (United Kingdom) - Germaine Mason

3. Russia - Yaroslav Rybakov

Tuesday, August 19th

Shawn Johnson Gets First Individual Gold on Balance Beam

Shawn Johnson finally got her Olympic gold medal in the last event of the women's competition Tuesday night, the balance beam. Johnson nailed her routine that is chock-full of difficult tricks, earning a 16.225.

Zou Kai Wins Seventh Men's Gold for China on High Bar

China's gymnastics gold run concluded with, what else, another Olympic championship as Zou Kai won the high bar Tuesday night. American Jonathan Horton took silver to go with his team bronze medal.

China Continues Men's Gymnastic Domination, Li Wins Uneven Bars Gold

Li Xiaopeng has dominated the parallel bars -- and the competition -- winning the sixth gold medal in gymnastics for the Chinese men in the Beijing Olympics. His score of 16.45 on Tuesday beat South Korea's Yoo Won-chul.

American Wrestling Prodigy Cejudo Wins Gold in 55kg

Henry Cejudo, the 21-year-old wrestling prodigy who had wrestled in only one world-level senior tournament before Beijing, has won the Olympic gold medal in men's freestyle 55-kilogram wrestling.

Redeem Team Destroys Dirk Nowitski and Germany 106-57, Aussies Next

The U.S. Olympic team put away Dirk Nowitzki and Germany in a hurry. Next up: the only team so far these Americans couldn't blow out.

May-Treanor and Walsh Move Past Brazil to Play for Beach Volleball Gold

Defending Olympic champions Kerri Walsh and Misty May-Treanor of the United States will play for another gold medal after advancing to the beach volleyball championship game with a straight-sets victory over Brazil.

Medal Results:

Men's Individual Trampoline

1. China - Chumlong Lu

2. Canada - Jason Burnett

3. China - Dong Dong

Men's 105kg+

1. Germany - Matthias Steiner

2. Russia - Evgeny Chigishev

3. Latvia - Viktors Scerbatihs

Men's Horizontal Bar

1. China - Kai Zou

2. United States - Jonathan Horton

3. Germany - Fabian Hambuechen

Men's Sprint Individual

1. Great Britain (United Kingdom) - Chris Hoy

2. Great Britain (United Kingdom) - Jason Kenny

3. France - Mickael Bourgain

Women's Sprint

1. Great Britain (United Kingdom) - Victoria Pendleton

2. Australia - Anna Meares

3. China - Shuang Guo

Women's Balance Beam

1. United States - Shawn Johnson

2. United States - Nastia Liukun

3. China - Cheng Fei

Men's Parallel Bars

1. China - Xiaopeng Li

2. South Korea - Wonchul Yoo

3. Uzbekistan - Anton Fokin

Men's 55-60kg

1. Russia - Mavlet Batirov

2. Ukraine - Vasyl Fedoryshyn

3. Japan - Kenichi Yumoto

3. Iran - Seyedmorad Mohammadi

Men's Madison

1. Argentina

2. Spain

3. Russia

Men's -55kg

1. United States - Henry Cejudo

2. Japan - Tomohiro Matsunaga

3. Bulgaria - Radoslav Velikov

3. Russia - Besik Kudukhov

Women's Laser Radial

1. United States - Anna Tunnicliffe

2. Lithuania - Gintare Volungeviciute

3. China - Lijia Xu

Men's Laser

1. Great Britain (United Kingdom) - Paul Goodison

2. Slovenia - Vasilij Zbogar

3. Italy - Diego Romero

Men's Triathlon

1. Germany - Jan Frodeno - 1:48:53

2. Canada - Simon Whitfield

3. New Zealand - Bevan Docherty

Monday, August 18th

U.S. Men's Volleyball Wraps Up Preliminary Play Unbeaten with Win Over Japan

The U.S. men's volleyball team remained unbeaten in Beijing by defeating Japan in three sets to wrap up preliminary pool play. With the 25-18, 25-12, 25-21 win Monday, the U.S. team finishes atop its pool with five wins in advance of the quarterfinals on Wednesday.

U.S. Men's Team Sweeps 400-Meter Hurdles, Angelo Taylor Takes Gold

The American track team was in bad need of a comeback, and Angelo Taylor was the perfect person to provide it. Taylor, a once-troubled 29-year-old who was laying electrical wire 14 months ago, became the first 400-meter hurdler since Edwin Moses to win gold medals eight years apart Monday.

Finally! U.S. Gets First Track and Field Gold in Women's Discus

Considered a field filler more than a medal contender, Stephanie Brown Trafton threw the discus 212 feet, 5 inches (64.74 meters) on her very first attempt -- a throw that held up.

China Defeats Germany for Men's Table Tennis Gold

China has defeated Germany 3-0 to win the gold medal in the men's team table tennis event. Led by Wang Hao, the world's top player, the Chinese team of former Olympic medalists dominated throughout the contest to secure China's second table tennis gold in as many days.

He Kexin, Gymnast at Center of Age Scandal, Edges Out Liukin on Uneven Bars

China's He Kexin has won a tiebreaker over all-around champion Nastia Liukin of the United States for the uneven bars gold medal Monday at the Beijing Olympics. Both scored 16.725, but He got the nod.

Chen Yibing Wins Rings, China Remains Perfect in Men's Gymnastics

Chen Yibing has extended China's perfect run of gold in men's gymnastics by winning the still rings competition. The two-time world champion was perfectly still on nearly every move Monday and blew away the field of eight. China has won all five men's events at the Beijing Olympics.

China's Hurdler Hero Liu Xiang Withdraws from Olympics with Injury

This was a moment, shortly before lunchtime Monday, that Liu's country of 1.3 billion had anticipated for years: China's only track and field superstar -- one of China's most recognizable faces period -- competing to defend his 110-meter hurdles title at home. And it ended after all of two full strides.

World's Fastest Man Usain Bolt Moves Into Quarterfinals for 200

Olympic 100-meter champion Usain Bolt has advanced to the second round of qualifying in the 200 meters. The Jamaican didn't win his first-round 200 heat Monday morning, taking it easy and finishing second to Rondell Sorillo of Trinidad and Tobago. The top three runners in each heat advance.

U.S. Sprinters Wariner and Merritt Qualify for 400 Semifinals

Reigning Olympic and world champion Jeremy Wariner and rival LaShawn Merritt have qualified for the Olympic semifinals at 400 meters. Both built big leads and were able to jog home to win their respective heats Monday morning. Wariner won the last of seven heats in 45.23 seconds, while Merritt led the fifth heat in 44.96.

Medal Results:

Mixed Team (Equestrian)

1. United States

2. Canada

3. Norway

Women's Pole Vault

1. Russia - Elena Isinbaeva - 5.05 (WR)

2. United States - Jennifer Stuczynski - 4.80

3. Russia - Svetlana Feofanova - 4.75

Men's Long Jump

1. Panama - Irving Jahir Saladino Aranda

2. South Africa - Khotso Mokoena

3. Cuba - Ibrahim Camejo

Men's 400m Hurdles

1. United States - Angelo Taylor - 47.25

2. United States - Kerron Clement - 47.98

3. United States - Bershawn Jackson - 48.06

Women's 800m

1. Kenya - Pamela Jelimo - 1:54.87

2. Kenya - Janeth Jepkosgei Besienei - 1:56.07

3. Morocco - Hasna Benhassi - 1:56.73

Men's 3000m Steeplechase

1. Kenya - Brimin Kiprop Kipruto - 8:10.34

2. France - Mahiedine Mekhissi-B. - 8:10.49

3. Kenya - Richard Kipkemboi Mateelong - 8:11.01

Men's Team Table Tennis

1. China

2. Germany

3. South Korea

Men's 105kg

1. Belarus - Andrei Aramnau

2. Russia - Dmitriv Klokov

3. Russia - Dmitry Lapikov

Women's Individual Trampoline

1. China - Wenna He

2. Canada - Karen Cockburn

3. Uzbekistan - Ekaterina Khilko

Women's Discus Throw

1. United States - Stephanie Brown Trafton

2. Cuba - Yarelys Barrios

3. Ukraine - Olena Antonova

Mixed 49er Skiff

1. Denmark

2. Spain

3. Germany

Men's Vault

1. Poland - Leszek Blanik

2. France - Thomas Bouhail

3. Russia - Anton Golotsutskov

Women's Uneven Bars

1. China - Kexin He - 16.725

2. United States - Nastia Liukin - 16.725

3. China - Yilin Yang - 16.650

Men's Rings

1. China - Yibing Chen

2. China - Wei Yang

3. Ukraine - Oleksandr Vorobiov

Men's Team Pursuit (4000m)

1. Great Britain (United Kingdom) - 3:53.314 (WR)

2. Denmark

3. New Zealand

Men's Olympic Sprint

1. Great Britain (United Kingdom)

2. France

3. Germany

Women's Points Race (Cycling)

1. Netherlands - Marianne Vos

2. Cuba - Yoanka Gonzalez

3. Spain - Leire Olaberria

Women's 470 (Sailing)

1. Australia

2. Netherlands

3. Brazil

Men's 470 (Sailing)

1. Australia

2. Great Britain (United Kingdom)

3. France

Women's Triathlon

1. Australia - Emma Snowsill - 1:58:27.66

2. Portugal - Vanessa Fernandes - 1:59:34.63

3. Australia - Emma Moffatt - 1:59:55.84

Women's 3000m Steeplechase

1. Russia - Gulnarra Galkina-Samitova - 8:58.81

2. Kenya - Eunice Jepkorir - 9:07.41

3. Russia - Ekaterina Volkova - 9:07.64

Sunday, August 17th

Olympics End for U.S. Flagbearer Lopez Lomong After Failing to Qualify in 1500

In the men's 1,500, the American success story of Bernard Lagat, Leo Manzano and U.S. team flagbearer Lopez Lomong -- all naturalized citizens competing for their new country for the first time at the Olympics -- came to a sudden halt. All three failed to advance to the final.

Jamaica Sweeps In Women's 100: Fraser Grabs Gold

Shelly-Ann Fraser completed a gold-medal Jamaican sweep of the 100-meter dashes at the Olympics on Sunday, winning the women's race in 10.78 seconds. Teammates Sherone Simpson and Kerron Stewart tied for second.

Romania's Sandra Izbasa Upsets Johnson, Liukin on Women's Floor

Romania's Sandra Izbasa grabbed the gold medal on floor away from world champion Shawn Johnson at the Beijing Olympics on Sunday night. All-around champ Nastia Liukin took bronze, giving the United States two medals in the event and its women's team five total medals.

China's Zou Kai Wins Gold in Men's Floor Exercises

The Chinese men can't lose in Olympic gymnastics. Zou Kai, a gold medalist in the men's team event, won the floor exercise Sunday night, giving China three wins in as many attempts. Gervasio Deferr of Spain took the silver with a powerful series of somersaults and twists, then threw kisses to the crowd. Russia's Anton Golotsutskov got the bronze.

Williams Sisters Smack Spain, Take Second Gold Medal in Doubles

Venus and Serena Williams of the United States have won the Olympic gold medal in women's doubles. The Williamses beat the Spanish duo Anabel Medina Garrigues and Virginia Ruano Pascual, 6-2, 6-0 in Sunday's final.

Nadal Number One in Beijing, WIns Gold Medal in Singles

Rafael Nadal will become No. 1 in the rankings Monday, and he is No. 1 at the Olympics. The Spaniard won a gold medal Sunday, overcoming two set points in the second set and holding every service game to beat Fernando Gonzalez of Chile.

Dementieva Defeats Fellow Russian for Women's Singles Title

Double-faults have long been a problem for Elena Dementieva. In the Olympic final, they were her friend. Taking advantage of 17 double-faults by fellow Russian Dinara Safina, Dementieva won the singles gold medal in women's tennis Sunday at the Olympics, 3-6, 7-5, 6-3.

8 for 8: Michael Phelps Breaks Spitz's Olympics Gold Record

Michael Phelps won his record eighth gold medal Sunday at the Beijing Olympics as a member of the victorious U.S. 400-meter medley relay team, breaking a tie with Mark Spitz for most golds in a single games.

Dara Torres Misses First Individual Gold by One Hundredth of a Second

Britta Steffen of Germany has defeated 41-year-old American Dara Torres by 0.01 seconds to win the women's 50-meter freestyle at the Beijing Olympics.

Romanian Tomescu-Dita Pulls Off Upset in Marathon

Romania's Constantina Tomescu-Dita soared into the Bird's Nest, turning the Olympic marathon into a one-woman race. Tomescu-Dita pulled away from the lead pack near the halfway mark Sunday to win by 22 seconds over her nearest challenger.

Women's Beach Volleyball: May-Treanor and Walsh Win 106th Straight

Athens gold medalists Kerri Walsh and Misty May-Treanor are in the beach volleyball semifinals, beating Brazilians Ana Paula and Larissa 21-18, 21-15 on Sunday for their 106th consecutive victory.

Medal Results:

Men's 10000m

1. Ethiopia - Kenenisa Bekele - 27:01.17 (OR)

2. Ethiopia - Sihine Sileshi - 27:02.77

3. Kenya - Micah Kogo - 27:04.11

Women's Triple Jump

1. Cameroon - Francoise Mbango Etone - 15.39 (OR)

2. Russia - Tatyana Lebedeva - 15.32

3. Greece - Hrysopiyi Devetzi - 15.23

Women's 100m
1. Jamaica - Shelly-Ann Fraser - 10.78

2. Jamaica - Sherone Simpson - 10.98

3. Jamaica - Kerron Stewart - 10.98

Women's Team

1. China

2. Singapore

3. South Korea

Women's 3000m Steeplechase

1. Russia - Gulnarra Galkina-Samitova - 8:58.81

2. Kenya - Eunice Jepkorir

3. China - Chunxiu Zhou

Women's 3m Springboard

1. China - Jingjing Guo

2. Russia - Julia Pakhalina

3. China - Minxia Wu

Men's Hammer Throw

1. Slovenia - Primoz Kozmus

2. Belarus - Vadim Devyatovskiy

3. Belarus - Ivan Tsikhan

Men's Singles

1. China - Dan Lin

2. Malaysia - Chong Wei Lee

3. China - Jin Chen

Women's Floor Exercises

1. Romania - Sandra Izbasa

2. United States - Shawn Johnson

3. United States - Nastia Liukin

Men's 94kg

1. Kazakhstan - Ilya Ilin

2. Poland - Szymon Kolecki

3. Russia - Khadzhimurat Akkaev

Men's Singles

1. Spain - Rafael Nadal

2. Chile - Fernando Gonzalez

3. Serbia - Novak Djokovic

Mixed Doubles

1. South Korea

2. Indonesia

3. China

Men's Pommel Horse

1. China - Qin Xiao

2. Croatia - Filip Ude

3. Great Britain (United Kingdom) - Louis Smith

Men's Team Sabre

1. France

2. United States

3. Italy

Women's Vault

1. North Korea (DPR of Korea) - Un Jong Hong

2. Germany - Oksana Chusovitina

3. China - Fei Cheng

Men's Floor Exercises

1. China - Kai Zou

2. Spain - Gervasio Deferr

3. Russia - Anton Golotsutskov

Women's 63-72kg

1. China - Jiao Wang

2. Bulgaria - Stanka Zlateva

3. Japan - Kyoko Hamaguchi

3. Poland - Agnieszka Wieszczek

Men's Eight with Coxswain

1. Canada

2. Great Britain (United Kingdom)

3. United States

Women's Doubles

1. United States

2. Spain

3. China

Women's Singles

1. Russia - Elena Dementieva

2. Russia - Dinara Safina

3. Russia - Vera Zvonareva

Women's Eight with Coxswain

1. United States

2. Netherlands

3. Romania

Women's 55-63kg

1. Japan - Kaori Icho

2. Russia - Alena Kartashova

3. Kazakhstan - Yelena Shalygina

3. United States - Randi Miller

Mixed Finn

1. Great Britain (United Kingdom) - Ben Ainslie

2. United States - Zach Railey

3. France - Guillaume Florent

Women's Individual Pursuit

1. Great Britain (United Kingdom) - Rebecca Romero

2. Great Britain (United Kingdom) - Wendy Houvenaghel

3. Ukraine - Lesya Kalitovska

Men's Quadruple Sculls without Coxswain

1. Poland

2. Italy

3. France

Women's Quadruple Sculls without Coxswain

1. China

2. Great Britain (United Kingdom)

3. Germany

Men's Lightweight Coxless Four

1. Denmark

2. Poland

3. Canada

Men's Lightweight Double Sculls

1. Great Britain (United Kingdom)

2. Greece

3. Denmark

Women's Yngling

1. Great Britain (United Kingdom)

2. Netherlands

3. Greece

Women's Lightweight Double Sculls

1. Netherlands

2. Finland

3. Canada

Men's 50m Rifle 3 Positions

1. China - Jian Qiu - 1272.5

2. Ukraine - Jury Sukhorukov - 1272.4

3. Slovenia - Rajmond Debevec - 1271.7

Men's 4x100m Medley Relay

1. United States - 3:29.34 (WR)

2. Australia - 3:30.04

3. Japan - 3:31.18

Women's 4x100m Medley Relay

1. Australia - 3:52.69

2. United States - 3:53.30

3. China - 3:56.11

Men's 1500m Freestyle

1. Tunisia - Oussama Mellouli - 14:40.84

2. Australia - Grant Hackett - 14:41.53

3. Canada - Ryan Cochrane - 14:42.69

Women's 50m Freestyle

1. Germany - Britta Steffen - 24.06 (OR)

2. United States - Dora Torres - 24.07

2. Australia - Cate Campbell - 24.17

Saturday, August 16th

Roger Federer Wins First Gold Medal with Doubles Win

Roger Federer added a gold medal to his extensive trophy collection by teaming with Stanislas Wawrinka to win the Olympic doubles Saturday.

Usain Bolt Sets New World Record, Wins Gold Medal in 100

Imagine if he had really tried. Pounding his chest, turning up the palms of his outstretched arms, mugging for the cameras before he even crossed the finish line, Usain Bolt rewrote the record books again and captured his first Olympic medal Saturday, running the 100-meter dash in a stunning 9.69 seconds.

Redeem Team Routs Spain 119-82 in the Battle of the Unbeatens

Unleashing a lethal 3-point barrage for the first time in Beijing, the Americans turned the marquee matchup of the preliminary round into another romp, beating Spain 119-82 Saturday night to clinch the top seed in their group.

Yao Ming Scores 25 as China Defeats Germany

Yao Ming scored 25 points to lead China to a dramatic 59-55 win over Germany on Saturday, keeping China's hopes alive in the men's Olympic basketball competition.

Olympic Choke: Tyson Gay Fails to Qualify for 100

The American record-holder and defending world champion failed to make the finals of the Olympic 100-meter dash Saturday, finishing .02 second out of fourth place in his semifinal heat and making an early exit from one of the most highly anticipated events of the Beijing Olympics.

Williams Sister Clinch Silver or Better with Doubles Win Over Ukraine

The Williamses advanced Saturday to the doubles final by beating another sibling pair, Ukraine's Alona and Kateryna Bondarenko, 4-6, 6-4, 6-1. Venus and Serena improved to 9-0 lifetime in Olympic doubles.

With Coach Back at Helm, U.S. Men's Volleyball Downs China

The U.S. men's volleyball coach has returned to his team, and the Americans responded by defeating China in three sets. Coach Hugh McCutcheon missed three games following an attack on his in-laws, who were visiting a Beijing tourist site.

Michael Phelps Ties Mark Spitz's Olympic Record with 7th Gold Medal

Michael Phelps beat Milorad Cavic of Serbia to the wall to win the 100-meter butterfly Friday, tying Mark Spitz's record of seven gold medals at a single Olympics. With his arms fully outstretched, the American touched in 50.58 seconds, brreaking Cavic's Olympic record of 50.76 set in the semifinals.

Britain's Adlington Breaks 19-Year Old World Record in 800-Meter Free

Rebecca Adlington of Britain won an Olympic gold medal in the 800-meter freestyle, breaking Janet Evans' 19-year-old world record.cAdlington touched in 8 minutes, 14.10 seconds Saturday, breaking the oldest record in swimming of 8:16.22 set by the American in Tokyo on Aug. 20, 1989.

Coventry Defends 200-Meter Backstroke Title, Wins Gold

Kirsty Coventry of Zimbabwe defended her Olympic title in the 200-meter backstroke, winning in a world-record time. She led all the way Saturday morning, touching in 2 minutes, 5.24 seconds, lowering the mark of 2:06.09 set by Margaret Hoelzer at the U.S. trials last month.

Men's Beach Volleyball: Dalhausser and Rogers Move Past Switzerland in Three-Set Thriller

Americans Phil Dalhausser and Todd Rogers have advanced to the quarterfinals of the Olympic beach volleyball tournament, squeaking by Switzerland in three sets 21-16, 21-23, 15-13.

Medal Results:

Women's Marathon

1. Romania - Constantina Tomescu - 2:26.44

2. Kenya - Catherine Ndereba

3. China - Chunxiu Zhou

Men's Doubles

1. Indonesia

2. China

3. South Korea

Men's Doubles

1. Switzerland

2. Sweden

3. United States

Men's Double Sculls

1. Australia

2. Estonia

3. Great Britain (United Kingdom)

Men's 100m

1. Jamaica - Usain Bolt - 9.69 (WR)

2. Trinidad and Tobago - Richard Thompson - 9.89

3. United States - Walter Dix - 9.91

Women's Heptathlon

1. Ukraine - Nataliia Dobrynska

2. Ukraine - Lyudmila Blonska

3. United States - Hyleas Fountain

Women's Shot Put

1. New Zealand - Valerie Vili - 20.56

2. Belarus - Natallia Mikhnevich - 20.28

3. Belarus - Nadzeya Ostapchuk - 19.86

Women's 75kg+

1. South Korea - Miran Jang - 326 (WR)

2. Ukraine - Olha Korobka - 277

3. Kazakhstan - Mariya Grabovetskaya - 270

Men's Singles

1. Serbia - Novak Djokovic

Men's Keirin

1. Great Britain (United Kingdom) - Chris Hoy

2. Great Britain (United Kingdom) - Edgar Ross

3. Japan - Kiyofumi Nagai

Men's Points Race (Cycling)

1. Spain - Joan Llaneras

2. Germany - Roger Kluge

3. Great Britain (United Kingdom) - Chris Newton

Men's Individual Pursuit (Cylcling)

1. Great Britain (United Kingdom) - Bradley Wiggins

2. New Zealand - Hayden Roulston

3. Great Britain (United Kingdom) - Steven Burke

Men's Skeet

1. United States - Vincent Hancock

2. Norway - Tore Brovold

3. France - Anthony Terras

Women's 48-55kg

1. Japan - Saori Yoshida

2. China - Li Xu

3. Canada - Tonya Verbeek

3. Colombia - Jackeline Renteria

Men's Four without Coxswain

1. Great Britain (United Kingdom)

2. Australia

3. France

Men's Double Sculls

1. Australia

2. Great Britain (United Kingdom)

3. Estonia

Women's 48kg

1. Canada - Carol Huynh

2. Japan - Chiharu Icho

3. Azerbaijan - Mariya Stadnik

3. Ukraine - Irini Merleni

Women's Double Sculls

1. New Zealand - 7:07.32

2. Germany - 7:07.33

3. Great Britain (United Kingdom) - 7:07.55

Men's Coxless Pair

1. Australia

2. Canada

3. New Zealand

Women's Pair without Coxswain

1. Romania

2. China

3. Belarus

Women's Single Sculls

1. Bulgaria - Rumyana Neykova

2. United States - Michelle Guerette

3. Belarus - Ekaterina Karsten

Men's Single Sculls

1. Norway - Olaf Tufte

2. Czech Republic - Ondrej Synek

3. New Zealand - Mahe Drysdale

Women's Singles (Badminton)

1. China - Ning Zhang

2. China - Xingfang Xie

3. Indonesia - Maria Kristin Yulianti

Men's 25m Rapid Fire Pistol

1. Ukraine - Oleksandr Petriv

2. Germany - Ralf Schumann

3. Germany - Christian Reitz

Men's 50m Freestyle

1. Brazil - Cesar Cielo Filho - 21.30 (OR)

2. France - Amaury Leveaux - 21.45

3. France - Alain Bernard - 21.49

Women's 800m Freestyle

1. Great Britain (United Kingdom) - Rebecca Adlington - 8:14.10 (WR)

2. Italy - Alessia Filippi - 8:20.23

3. Denmark - Lotte Friis - 8:23.03

Men's 20km Walk

1. Russia - Valeriy Borchin - 1:19:01

2, Ecuador - Jefferson Perez - 1:19:15

3. Australia - Jared Tallent

Men's 100m Butterfly

1. United States - Michael Phelps - 50.58 (OR)

2. Serbia - Milorad Cavic - 50.59

3. Australia - Andrew Lauterstein - 51.12

Women's 200m Backstroke

1. Zimbabwe - Kirsty Coventry - 2:05.24 (WR)

2. United States - Margaret Hoelzer - 2:06.23

3. Japan - Reiko Nakamura - 2:07.13

For the results from Week One of the Olympics, August 9th-August 15th, click here.

For a full list of medal results, visit the results page at 08:08:08.

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