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Summary

  1. GB divers Laugher and Mears and kayaker Joe Clarke win golds
  2. Whitlock (gymnastics), Froome (cycling), Scott (shooting) and Conway (judo) win bronzes
  3. GB's Andrew Willis fourth in 200m breaststroke final
  4. Duncan Scott fifth in 100m freestyle final
  5. Brazil beat Denmark 4-0 for first football win
  6. Hockey - GB's men lose 2-1 to Australia but women advance

Live Reporting

By Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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  1. 'So stoked!'

    Women's 200m buttterfly

    She may have finished fourth to miss out on a medal, but there was no lacking in confidence for Cammile Adams:

    "I looked into the mirror as I was putting on my make-up and said 'Cam you're amazing.

    "My goggles broke just before the race but I'm so frigging stoked at doing that time."

  2. The final final

    Women''s 4x200m freestyle relay

    1 Japan

    2 Hungary

    3 China

    4 United States

    5 Australia

    6 Russia

    7 Canada

    8 Sweden 

  3. Wallace in the final

    Men's 200m IM

    Dan Wallace is in the final - the fifth fastest qualifier. 

  4. Football

    Denmark 0-4 Brazil

    And we have a fourth for Brazil - Gabriel Barbosa bagging his second with a deflected finish. Neymar, by the way, has been superb. What a turnaround.

  5. Phelps takes it

    Men's 200m individual medley

    Class proves permanent. Michael Phelps cruises home to win from Ryan Lochte, with Brazilian Thiago Pereira fourth and GB's Dan Wallace fourth! that should put him in the final.

    Phelps
  6. Swimming

    Men's 200m individual medley

    Thiago Pereira still leads as the crowd break out into a football chant! Tremendous noise. But here comes Michael Phelps.

  7. Swimming

    Men's 200m individual medley

    After 50m it's Brazilian Thiago Pereira ahead of the two big guns. Fast time too.

  8. Swimming

    Men's 200m individual medley

    Away they go, two legends of the pool side by side. 

  9. Swimming

    Men's 200m individual medley

    Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte have their headphones pulled hard over their heads. No chat. No engagement. 

  10. Swimming

    Men's 200m individual medley

    A time in the 1:58/59 bracket could get Brits Dan Wallace and Ieuan Lloyd into the final. possible?

  11. Tutton through to final

    Women's 200m breaststroke

    Chloe Tutton is through to the final of the Women's 200m breaststroke

  12. Post update

    Ryan Lochte and Michael Phelps have 37 Olympic medals between them. Absurd.

  13. Two Brits, two superstars

    Men's 200m individual medley

    Semi-final two AKA the heat of the Games?

    1 Jérémy Desplanches Switzerland

    2 Andreas Vazaios Greece

    3 Thiago Pereira Brazil

    4 Ryan Lochte United States

    5 Michael Phelps United States

    6 Hiromasa Fujimori Japan

    7 Dan Wallace Great Britain

    8 Ieuan Lloyd Great Britain 

  14. Swimming

    Men's 200m IM

    TOP swim from Kosuke Hagino, who wins it easily from Shun Wang and Philip Henitz. The second semi is stacked so how many of these will qualify? 

  15. Football

    A majestic third

    That is more the Brazil we know. Beautiful football, superstar Neymar lifts a clever ball into Douglas Santos' path who picks out Luan to smash home Brazil's third. Denmark 0-3 Brazil.

  16. Swimming

    Men's 200m IM

    Kosuke Hagino ahead after 50m as the crowd get behind home man Henrique Rodrigues. Hagino supreme on the backstroke, leading by nearly a second. 

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  18. Fast time pleases Renshaw

    Women's 200m breaststroke

    Molly Renshaw after setting a British record in reaching the final: "My training has been going so well and it's nice to get a good time. 

    "It's been a few years since we had British female breaststrokers at the top so to have two is amazing."

  19. Post update

    Men's 200m individual medley

    So 50m butterfly, 50m backstroke, 50m breaststroke and 50m free.

    A week's workout for you or I. A sub two-minute swim for these chaps...

    Semi-final one

    1 Eduardo Solaeche Spain

    2 Simon Sjödin Sweden

    3 Kosuke Hagino Japan

    4 Philip Heintz Germany

    5 Henrique Rodrigues Brazil

    6 Wang Shun China

    7 Alexis Santos Portugal

    8 Bradlee Ashby New Zealand 

  20. Wonderful swim from Molly

    Women's 200m breaststroke

    Adrian Moorhouse

    1988 Olympic 100m breaststroke champion on BBC One

    Taylor McKeown belted that out from the beginning but you couldn't ask any more from Molly Renshaw. It was a wonderful swim from the Briton.