Olympics 2012: Team GB athletes at London Games Day Three

A sport-by-sport round-up of how every Team GB athlete performs on Day Three of the 2012 Olympic Games in London.


Larry Godfrey eases through to the last 16 of the men's archery with a convincing 7-1 victory over Juan Rene Serrano of Mexico.


Freya Murray is chosen to replace Paula Radcliffe in the women's marathon.


The women's side suffer a second straight defeat, going down 73-65 to Canada. They face Russia, who have won both their opening games, in their next match.


John Garcia-Thompson and Steve Grotowski are beaten 2-0 by Brazilian pairing Emanuel Rego and Alison Cerutti in their opening Pool F game.


The pairings of Tim Baillie and Etienne Stott (fourth) and David Florence and Richard Hounslow (seventh) make it safely through to the semi-final of the C2 double slalom.

Hannah Craig qualifies for the semi-finals of the K1 Kayak Canoe Slalom by finishing 14th overall.

Former world and European bronze medallist Lizzie Neave makes two penalty-free runs down the 25-gate white water course and finishes second overall.


Tom Daley and Peter Waterfield finish fourth in the men's synchronised 10m platform final.


After the cross-country section of the team eventing competition, Great Britain are in second position with just the showjumping to come.

Kristina Cook is the highest ranking competitor in the individual standing, lying fifth, with Mary King one place behind. Zara Phillips is joint 10th, Nicola Wilson 20th and William Fox-Pitt 22nd.


Simona Gherman proves too strong for Great Britain's Corinna Lawrence in the last 32 of the women's epee. The 22-year-old had beaten Chilean Caterin Bravo Aranguiz 15-12 in the first round, but lost 15-9 to an opponent ranked fourth in the world.


The GB men's team of Louis Smith, Daniel Purvis, Kristian Thomas, Max Whitlock and Sam Oldham win BRONZE in the gymnastics team competition, their first medal in the event in 100 years. GB, who scored 271.711 points, were originally placed second until fourth-placed Japan had their score increased on appeal and were elevated to silver.


The women's side fall to a second consecutive defeat, this time losing 37-16 to Russia.


The men begin their campaign with an impressive 4-1 victory over Argentina, with Barry Middleton netting a brace for the side.


Sarah Clark goes out as she is beaten 1-0 by Automne Pavia of France.

Daniel Williams loses by an ippon to 2008 bronze medallist Rasul Boqiev of Tajikistan and goes out of the men's -73kg in the round of 32.


Kath Grainger and Anna Watkins break the Olympic record in the women's double sculls with a time of 6:44.33 to win the first heat and go straight through to the final.

The men's four crew of Andy Gregory, Pete Reed, Tom James and Andrew Triggs Hodge comfortably win heat two in 5:50.27 and progress to the semi-finals. Australia set a new Olympic record in heat one but are not due to meet Great Britain until the final.

GB men achieve a convincing win in the eight repechage in 5:26.85, holding off a fast finish from the Canadians, to go into Wednesday's final.

Melanie Wilson, Beth Rodford, Frances Houghton and Debbie Flood produce a great finish to take third in the women's quadruple sculls repechage and progress to the final in a time of 6:21.65.


Ben Ainslie finishes sixth in race three of the Finn class and slips a little further off the pace in the overall standings with Jonas Hogh Cristensen six clear of him on four points.

Defending Star class champions Iain Percy and Andrew Simpson climb to the top of the standings with a second place in race four.

It was a disappointing opening day for Britain's defending laser champion Paul Goodison. The Sheffield-born sailor comes 23rd in the second race to end the day 17th overall after finishing 10th in the first race.

Stevie Morrison and Ben Rhodes come home 12th in races one and two of the 49er to leave them 12th overall.

GB Laser Radial sailor Alison Young lies 10th after her second race.

In the women's match racing, Lucy MacGregor, sister Kate and Annie Lush beat Portugal and are in joint fifth place overall.


James Huckle finishes 24th in a field of 47 in the 10m air rifle and goes out with a score of 593 out of 600.


Liam Tancock finishes fifthexternal-link in the men's 100m backstroke final.

World record-holder Gemma Spofforth is fifth in the women's 100m backstroke final, unable to improve on her fourth place in Beijing.

Robbie Renwick finishes sixth in the men's 200m freestyle final.

Caitlin McClatchey is second in the second semi-final in the women's 200m freestyle to qualify for the final sixth fastest. Earlier in the day, McClatchey won her heat but Rebecca Turner finished sixth in heat three in a time of 1:58.98. With the top 16 going through, she finished 17th.

Hannah Miley finishes second in the 200m individual medley semi-final with a time of 2:10.89.

Sophie Allen finishes fifth in heat four with 2:14.72, which is 21st overall, so she goes out.

In the men's 200m butterfly, Joe Roebuck is seventh in heat three with a time of 1:56.97, while Roberto Pavoni also finishes seventh in heat five (1:57.55). Neither time is good enough to qualify for the semi-finals.


Paul Drinkhall's singles tournament is over as he is beaten 4-0 by Ukrainian-born German Dimitrij Ovtcharov in the third round.


Heather Watson beats Silvia Soler Espinosa of Spain 6-2 6-2, while Laura Robson also wins in two sets overcoming Czech Lucie Safarova 7-6 (7-4) 6-4 to reach round two.

Elena Baltacha is out after losing 6-4, 7-6 (7-4) to Serbian Ana Ivanovic.


The women's team enjoy a 3-2 victory over Algeria to pick up their first victory in the event at the Games.


The women's side suffer a narrow defeat in their opening fixture against Russia losing 7-6, despite three goals from Angie Winstanley-Smith.


In Group B of the women's 58kg weightlifting, Zoe Smith lifts 90kg in the snatch at her first attempt and then lifts a new British record and personal best in the clean and jerk of 121kg, leaving her 11th overall once Group A completed their lifts.