Olympics Daily Bulletin - Tuesday 7 August 2012

Category: Sport

Headlines

Dai Greene pulls in the highest peak of the day at 11.9m

  • Dai Greene’s attempt to win in the Men’s 400m Hurdles Final drew the highest peak of the day at 11.9m at 20:45 across BBC One and BBC Olympics 1

Beth Tweddle Bronze in Uneven Bars seen by peak of 5.3m

  • A peak audience of 5.3m tuned in to see Beth Tweddle take Gold in the Uneven Bars Final yesterday at 15:15 on BBC One and BBC Olympics 1

Jason Kenny’s Sprint Gold drew a peak audience of 7m

  • Team GB’s dominance in the Velodrome continued with Jason Kenny’s victory in the Men’s Sprint. His performance drew a peak audience of 7m at 17:45 across BBC One and BBC Olympics 5 (first race)

Historic Gold in Team Jumping peaks at 2.2m

  • A peak audience of 2.2m watched at 16:50 on BBC Three and BBC Olympics 2 as Team GB claimed an historic Gold in a dramatic jump-off with the Netherlands

BBC Sport Online draws in 10.4m Global browsers

  • Yesterday there were 7.7m UK browsers to the BBC Sport Website. Global traffic stood at 10.4m browsers

Coverage highlights for today

Three medals to be decided in the Velodrome today with Team GB interest in all of them. Sir Chris Hoy goes in the Keirin, Victoria Pendleton in the Women’s Sprint and Laura Trott in the Women’s Omnium

  • BBC One from 16:00
  • Finals on bbc.co.uk/sport and BBC Olympics 3 from 15:55

The Men’s Triathlon in Hyde Park, with the Brownlee brothers both in the hunt for Gold

  • BBC One from 11:30
  • bbc.co.uk/sport and BBC Olympics 3 from 11:25

Team Dressage from Greenwich in the Equestrian

  • BBC One from around 10:00
  • bbc.co.uk/sport and BBC Olympics 5 from 09:55

Men’s High Jump Final with Team GB’s Robbie Grabarz in action

  • BBC One from 19:00
  • bbc.co.uk/sport and BBC Olympics 1 from 18:40

Nick Dempsey is looking for a podium finish in the RS:X Windsurfing class, currently laying in second place

  • BBC Three from 13:00
  • bbc.co.uk/sport and BBC Olympics 4 from 12:45

Team GB Men’s Hockey only need a point against Spain to progress to the semi-finals

  • BBC Three from 19:00
  • bbc.co.uk/sport and BBC Olympics 7 from 18:50

Radio 5 live

Cyclist Jason Kenny wins gold for Team GB in the men's sprint

Team GB win show jumping gold for the first time since 1952 in a dramatic jump-off against the Netherlands

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