Olympics 2012: Team GB athletes at London Games Day Five
A sport-by-sport round-up of how every Team GB athlete performs on Day Five of the 2012 Olympic Games in London.
Britain finished the day on a total of nine medals, compared with seven at this stage at Beijing in 2008, and are 11th in the medal table.
Amy Oliver loses in the round of 32 of the women's individual tournament as Ika Yuliana Rochmawati of Indonesia wins 7-1.
Alan Wills goes out in the round of 64 in the men's individual tournament, losing 6-5 to Taylor Worth of Australia.
The women's side suffer a third straight defeat, losing 67-61 to Russia, and are bottom of their group.
The men's pairing of John Garcia-Thompson and Steve Grotowski are defeated 2-0 by their counterparts from Norway.
Luke Campbell beats Jahyn Vittorio Parrinello of Italy 11-9 to advance into the quarter-final of the men's bantamweight (56kg) event.
Richard Hounslow goes out of the men's single kayak slalom at the semi-final stage, with a score of 104.30.
Emma Pooley finishes sixth in the women's trial, while Lizzie Armitstead finishes in 10th position. They set times of 38:37.70 and 39:26.24 respectively.
Chris Mears and Nick Robinson-Baker finish fifth in the final of the men's 3m springboard, setting a score of 432.60.
Louise Bond-Williams fails to reach the last 16 in the women's individual sabre, losing 15-8 to Vassiliki Vougiouka of Greece. Sophie Williams also exits at the same stage, losing 15-8 to Italy's Irene Vecchi.
The men's side advance into the quarter-finals of the tournament after Danny Sturridge's solitary goal gives them a 1-0 win over Uruguay.
In the men's all-round individual final, Kristian Thomas and Daniel Purvis secure Great Britain's best ever finish in the event. Thomas finishes seventh, while Purvis ends in 12th.
The women's side suffer their third successive defeat after being beaten 30-17 by Brazil.
The men's side earn a 2-2 draw against South Africa. Ashley Jackson scores two goals including a late equaliser with three minutes remaining.
Sally Conway's campaign in the women's -70kg category ends with defeat to Edith Bosch of the Netherlands in the last 16.
Winston Gordon is knocked out in the last 16 of the men's -90kg by Russian Kirill Denisov.
The British men's eight of Richard Egington, James Foad, Matthew Langridge, Alex Partridge, Tom Ransley, Mohamed Sbihi, Greg Searle, Constantine Louloudis and cox Phelan Hill take BRONZE in their final with a time of 5:51.18.
The women's quadruple sculls team of Debbie Flood, Frances Houghton, Beth Rodford and Melanie Wilson finish last in their final with a time of 6:51.54.
The men's quadruple sculls team of Charles Cousins, Stephen Rowbotham, Tom Solesbury and Matthew Wells are through to the final after finishing third in their semi-final with a time of 6:05.71.
Men's pair George Nash and Will Satch reach Friday's final, winning their semi-final with a time of 6:56.46.
Caitlin McClatchey, Rebecca Turner, Hannah Miley and Joanne Jackson finish fifth in the women's 4x200m freestyle relay with a time of 7:52.37.
Marco Loughran and Chris Walker-Hebborn finish seventh and eighth in their heat of the men's 200m backstroke with times of 1.58.72 and 1:59.00 respectively.
Stacy Tadd finishes sixth in her 200m breaststroke heat with a time of 2:27.18.
Jemma Lowe finishes 6th in the women's 200m butterfly final with a time of 2:06.80.
Andy Murray fights back from losing the first set to beat Marcos Baghdatis of Cyprus 4-6 6-1 6-4 and reach the men's singles quarter-finals.
The mixed doubles first round between Andy Murray and Laura Robson and Czech pair Lucie Hradecka and Radek Stepanek has been cancelled for the day. It will now take place on Thursday.
The women's side lose 3-0 to Italy in their third group game.
The women's side are thrashed 16-3 by Australia in their second game and are bottom of Group B.
Jack Oliver finishes fourth in Group B of the men's 77kg, lifting 140kg in the snatch and 170kg in the clean and jerk.
Natasha Perdue finishes 12th in the women's 69kg final, lifting 92kg in the snatch and 113kg in the clean and jerk.