London 2012 Olympics: How Northern Ireland athletes fared

Michael Conlan celebrates his quarter final win over France's Nordine Oubaali Michael Conlan celebrates his quarter final win over France's Nordine Oubaali


Paddy Barnes: Took light-flyweight bronze after a narrow semi-final defeat, 15-15 and 45-44 on countback.

Michael Conlan: Took flyweight bronze after being outpointed 20-10 in his semi-final bout.

Canoe slalom

Hannah Craig: Finished 10th in the final of the K1 Kayak.


Wendy Houvenaghel: Did not ride in GB's winning women's team pursuit line-up.

Martyn Irvine: 13th in Omnium.

David McCann: 55th in men's road race, 27th in men's time trial.


Iain Lewers missed out on a medal as Team GB lost 3-1 to Australia in the bronze medal play-off in London.


Lisa Kearney: Knocked out in opening 48kg contest.


Alan Campbell: Bronze medal in single sculls.

Richard and Peter Chambers: Won silver in the lightweight four.


Ryan Seaton and Matt McGovern finished 14th in the 49er class. Only the top 10 went on to compete for medals.

James Espey finished 36th in the Laser class.


Sycerika McMahon: Knocked out in 200m individual medley heat and 100m breaststroke heat.

Melanie Nocher: Eliminated in 200m back-stroke heat and 100m back-stroke heat.

Table tennis

Na Liu was on the losing side as the Great Britain women's team went out in the first round, losing to North Korea. She lost her match to Kim Jong in straight games.


Aileen Morrison: Finished 43rd.

Gavin Noble: Finished 23rd.

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