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Author`s name Timothy Bancroft-Hinchey

Russia gets third Gold

Russia's third Gold medal came today and yet again in the Men's Judo, along with four more Silvers and four Bronze medals. Four World Records fell today, as did six Olympic Records, in a total of 12 World Records and 34 Olympic Records in the London 2012 Games by Day Six.

Tagir Khaibulaev won Russia's third Gold medal, also in the Men's Judo -100 Kg. Beating Mongolia's Tuvshinbayar Naidan. Four Silver medals were won by Russia today - two in Women's Fencing, one in Men's Diving and the other in Women's Gymnastics.

Sofya Velikaya won the Silver in the Women's Individual Sabre and Russia also got the Silver in the Women's Team Foil (Deriglazova, Gafurzianova, Shanaeva and Korobeynikova). In the Men's Synchronised Diving, Silver went to Evgeny Kutnetsov and Ilya Zakharov and the fourth Silver of the day came in the Women's Artistic Gymnastics (Women's Individual All-Round) - Viktoria Komova.

Bronze medals went to Aliya Mustafina (Women's Artistic Gymnastics Individual All-Round; Iuliya Efimova in the Women's Swimming, 200metres breaststroke; Vasily Mosin in the Men's Shooting Double Trap; Olga Zabelinskaya in Women's Cycling, Individual Time Trial.

Russia's medals

Gold (3): Arsen Galstyan, Men's Judo -60Kg.; Mansur Isaev, Men's Judo -73 Kg.; Tagir Khaibulaev Men's Judo -100 Kg.

Silver (6): Svetlana Tsarukaeva, Women's Weightlifting 63kg.; Women's team gymnastics (Afanaseva, Grishina, Komova, Mustafina, Paseka); Sofya Velikaya (Women's Fencing, Individual Sabre); Women's Fencing Team Foil (Deriglazova, Gafurzianova, Shanaeva and Korobeynikova);  Men's Synchronised Diving (Evgeny Kutnetsov and Ilya Zakharov); Women's Artistic Gymnastics (Women's Individual All-Round) - Viktoria Komova.

Bronze (8): Nikolai Kovalev (Fencing); Olga Zabelinskaya (2) (Women's Cycling Road Race) (Women's Cycling, Individual Time Trial); Swimming 4x100 metres Men's Freestyle; Ivan Nifontov (Men's Judo -81 Kg); Aliya Mustafina (Women's Artistic Gymnastics Individual All-Round); Iuliya Efimova (Women's Swimming, 200metres breaststroke); Vasily Mosin (Men's Shooting Double Trap).

 

Olympic Soccer: Quarter-finals

One European side is in the last eight of the Men's Soccer quarter-finals: the host country, Great Britain. The other seven contenders are Japan and Rep. Korea; Egypt and Senegal; Mexico, Honduras and Brazil.

  

Men's Football

  

Teams

 

Group A   Great Britain, Senegal, UA Emirates, Uruguay

Group B   Rep. Korea, Mexico, Gabon, Switzerland

Group C   Brazil, Belarus, Egypt, New Zealand

Group D   Japan, Honduras, Morocco, Spain

 

Group A (Games, Won, Drawn, Lost, Goals For, Goals Against, Goal Difference, Points)

 

Great Britain   3 2 1 0 5 2 3  7

Senegal            3 1 2 0 4 2 2  5

Uruguay            3 1 0 2 2 4 -2 3

UA Emirates            3 0 1 2 3 6 -3 1

 

UA Emirates 1 Uruguay 2

Great Britain 1 Senegal 1

Senegal 2 Uruguay 0

Great Britain 3 UAE 1

Senegal 1 UAE 1

Great Britain 1 Uruguay 0

 

Group B (Games, Won, Drawn, Lost, Goals For, Goals Against, Goal Difference, Points)

  

Mexico            3 2 1 0 3 0 3  7

Rep. Korea            3 1 2 0 2 1 1  5

Gabon              3 0 2 1 1 3 -2 2

Switzerland             3 0 1 2 2 4 -2 1

 

 

Gabon 1 Switzerland 1

Mexico 0 Rep. Korea 0

Mexico 2 Gabon 0

Rep. Korea 2 Switzerland 1

Mexico 1 Switzerland 0

Rep. Korea 0 Gabon 0

 

Group C (Games, Won, Drawn, Lost, Goals For, Goals Against, Goal Difference, Points)

 

Brazil               3 3 0 0 9 3 6 9

Egypt               3 1 1 1 6 5 1 4

Belarus 3 1 0 2 3 6 -3 3

New Zealand            3 0 1 2 1 5 -4 1

 

 

Brazil 3 Egypt 2

Belarus 1 New Zealand 0

Egypt 1 New Zealand 1

Brazil 3 Belarus 1

Brazil 3 New Zealand 0

Egypt 3 Belarus 1

  

Group D (Games, Won, Drawn, Lost, Goals For, Goals Against, Goal Difference, Points)

 

Japan               3 2 1 0 2 0 2 7

Honduras            3 1 2 0 3 2 1 5

Morocco             3 0 2 1 2 3 -1 2

Spain               3  0 1 2 0 2 -2 1

 

Honduras 2 Morocco 2

Spain 0 Japan 1

Honduras 1 Spain 0

Japan 1 Morocco 0

Japan 0 Honduras 0

Spain 0 Morocco 0

  

  

Quarter-finals August 4

  

Japan v. Egypt

Mexico v. Senegal

Brazil v. Honduras

Great Britain v. Rep. Korea

  

  

Olympics: Women's football

 

Great Britain, Brazil, Canada, New Zealand, USA, France and Japan are the teams that go through to the quarter-finals on August 3

  

Women

  

Teams

 

Group E   Brazil, Cameroon, Great Britain, New Zealand,

Group F   Canada, Japan, South Africa, Sweden

Group G   Colombia, DPR Korea, France, USA

 

Group E (Games, Won, Drawn, Lost, Goals For, Goals Against, Goal Difference, Points)

 

Great Britain            3 3 0 0 5 0 5 9

Brazil               3 2 0 1 6 1 5 6

New Zealand            3 1 0 2 3 3 0 3

Cameroon             3 0 0 3 1 11 -10 0

 

Great Britain 1 New Zealand 0

Brazil 5 Cameroon 0

New Zealand 0 Brazil 1

Great Britain 3 Cameroon 0

Great Britain 1 Brazil 0

New Zealand 3 Cameroon 1

 

Group F (Games, Won, Drawn, Lost, Goals For, Goals Against, Goal Difference, Points)

 

Sweden            3 1 20 6 3 3 5

Japan               3 1 2 0 2 1 1 5

Canada            3 1 1 1 6 4 2 4

South Africa            3 0 1 2 1 7 -6 1

 

Japan 2 Canada 1

Sweden 4 South Africa 1

Japan 0 Sweden 0

Canada 3 South Africa 0

Japan 0 South Africa 0

Canada 2 Sweden 2

 

 

Group G (Games, Won, Drawn, Lost, Goals For, Goals Against, Goal Difference, Points)

 

USA                3 3 0 0 8 2 6 9

France              3 2 0 1 8 4 4 6

DPR Korea            3 1 0 2 2 6 -4 3

Colombia             3 0 0 3 0 6 -6 0

 

USA 4 France 2

Colombia 0 DPRK 2

USA 3 Colombia 0

France 5 DPRK 0

USA 1 DPRK 0

France 1 Colombia 0

 

 

Quarter finals

 

August 3

 

GB v. Canada

USA v. N. Zealand

France v. Sweden

Brazil v. Japan

 

 

Medals table

 

Country                                   Gold                Silver               Bronze             Total

 

People's Republic of China   18                    11                    5                      34

United States of America     18                    9                      10                    37

 

Republic of Korea                    7                      2                      5                      14

France                                     6                      4                      6                      16

Great Britain                            5                      6                      4                      15

Germany                                  4                      8                      5                      17

Italy                                         4                      5                      2                      11

Democratic People's

Republic of Korea                     4                      0                      1                      5

Russian Federation                   3                      6                      8                      17

Kazakhstan                              3                      0                      0                      3

South Africa                             3                      0                      0                      3

 

Japan                                       2                      6                      11                   19

Netherlands                             2                      1                      3                      6

Hungary                                    2                      1                      2                      5

Ukraine                                    2                      0                      4                          6

Australia                                  1                      7                      3                      11

Romania                                  1                      3                      2                      6

Brazil                                       1                      1                      2                      4

New Zealand                           1                      0                      2                      3

Slovenia                                   1                      0                      1                      2

 

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