Day One of Team GB at London Games

A round-up of how every Team GB athlete performed on day one of the 2012 Olympic Games in London.


Great Britain men’s team (Simon Terry, Larry Godfrey and Allan Wills) are out of the team archery event after a 223-212 defeat by Ukraine.


Great Britain’s Chris Adcock and Imogen Bankier lose 14-21 21-9 21-18 to Russia’s Alexandr Nikolaenko and Valeria Sorokina.

British number one Susan Egelstaff leads Group H after beating Slovakia’s Maja Tvrdy 21-15 21-10.


Great Britain’s men’s beach volleyball team of John Garcia-Thompson and Steven Grotowski lose 21-19 21-13 to Canada’s Josh Binstock and Martin Reader in Pool F.


British middleweight boxer Anthony Ogogo beats Junior Castillo Martinez of the Dominican Republic 13-6 and is into the last 16.


Mark Cavendish misses out on road race gold to Kazakhstan’s Alexandre Vinokourov, despite the efforts of his team-mates Chris Froome, David Millar, Ian Stannard, and Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins , the world champion eventually crossing the line outside the medals in a time of five hours 43.37 seconds.


Mary King is ranked third in individual eventing after the dressage. She received 40.90 penalty points on Imperial Cavalier.

Nicola Wilson receives 51.70 penalty points on Operation Buzz and is ranked 16th after the dressage.


Sophie Troiano’s Olympic bid in the individual foil is over as she is beaten 12-9 by Great Britain team-mate Natalia Sheppard in the round of 64.

Anna Bentley lost 10-9 against her Canadian opponent Monica Peterson and is out.


Great Britain women seal their place in the quarter-finals of London 2012, goals from captain Casey Stoney, Jill Scott and Stephanie Houghton enough to overcome Cameroon 3-0.


Great Britain’s men are second after the first of three men’s qualifying sessions with 272.420 marks, behind the United States on 275.342. Report – Results

Louis Smith will challenge for pommel horse gold after scoring 15.800 in a superb qualifying routine.


Ashley McKenzie goes out of the Men’s -60kg judo, losing to Japan’s Hiroaki Hiraoka.


Alan Campbell eases his way into the men’s single sculls quarter-finals in a time of 06:47.62.

Helen Glover and Heather Stanning reach the final of the women’s pair and set a new Olympic record of six minutes 57.29 seconds in the process, after comfortably winning their qualifying heat.

Great Britain’s women’s quadruple scull of Debbie Flood, Frances Houghton, Beth Rodford and Melanie Wilson must contest the repechage (6:20.71) after being pipped for third by New Zealand.

Great Britain’s men’s lightweight four (Chris Bartley, Peter Chambers, Richard Chambers and Rob Williams) win their heat in a time of 5:49.29 to reach the semi-final.

Great Britain’s men’s eight go into the repechage after finishing second (5:27.61) behind Germany in their heat.

Great Britain’s men’s pair George Nash and Will Satch qualify for the semi-final with a gutsy victory in 6:00.06.

Great Britain’s men’s quadruple scull Charles Cousins, Stephen Rowbotham, Tom Solesbury and Matthew Wells qualify for the semi-finals in a time of 5:41.75.

Britain’s Bill Lucas and Sam Townsend take second place (6:11.94) behind New Zealand in the men’s double sculls.


Jennifer McIntosh misses out on a place in the women’s 10m air rifle final with a score of 392 out of 400.


Craig Benson comes fourth in his 100m breaststroke heat and is through to the semi-finals in a time of 1:00.04.

David Carry finishes third in his 400m freestyle heat with a time of 3:47.25 – that will put him through to the final.

Ellen Gandy finishes strongly to record a time of 58.25secs in her 100m butterfly heat.

Fran Halsall finishes second in her 100m butterfly heat in a time of 58.23secs that should be enough to see her through to the semi-finals.

Great Britain are through to the final of the women’s 4x100m freestyle relay after coming fourth in their heat in a time of 03:38.21.

Michael Jamieson finishes third in his 100m breaststroke heat in a time of 59.89 to reach the semi-finals.

Hannah Miley wins her 400m medley heat and is safely through to the final in a time of 4:34.98.

Roberto Pavoni finishes fourth (4:15.56) behind Michael Phelps in his 400m individual medley heat.

Robbie Renwick takes second place in his 400m freestyle heat, but his time of 3:47.44 might not be enough to progress.

Joe Roebuck finishes seventh (4:20.24) in his heat in the 400m individual medley. Results

Aimee Wilmott finishes fifth in her 400m medley heat and goes out with a time of 4:38.87. Results


Paul Drinkhall beats his Kuwait opponent Ibrahem Al Hasan 4-0 to secure his passage into the second round. Results

Joanna Parker is also through to the second round after overcoming Brazilian Caroline Kumahara.


Elena Baltacha is through to the second round of the women’s tennis tournament, beating Hungarian Agnes Szavay 6-3 6-3.