Olympics 2012 Day Two: What you may have missed
BBC Sport rounds up the action you might have missed on Day Two of London 2012.
- CYCLING: Lizzie Armitstead wins Great Britain's first medal of the London Olympics by taking silver behind Marianne Vos in a sprint finish to the women's cycling road race.
- SWIMMING: Rebecca Adlington takes bronze in the women's 400m freestyle final witnessed by a feverish home crowd at the Aquatics Centre as France's Camille Muffat wins gold.
- SWIMMING: Billed as a battle between the United States and Australia, France seal gold in the 4x100m relay thanks to a storming last leg by Yannick Agnel but Michael Phelps wins his first medal of the Games - a silver.
- FOOTBALL: Team GB captain Ryan Giggs scores as the hosts beat United Arab Emirates 3-1 at Wembley with Daniel Sturridge sealing the win with a delightful chip.
- FOOTBALL: World and European champions Spain crash out of the tournament as they suffer a shock 1-0 loss to Honduras.
- TENNIS: Britain's Andy Murray wins his first-round match against Swiss Stanislas Wawrinka at Wimbledon.
- SWIMMING: Dana Vollmer of the United States wins gold in the women's 100m butterfly breaking a new world record in the process. Britain's Ellen Gandy finishes eighth.
- BEACH VOLLEYBALL: Great Britain women's pair Zara Dampney and Shauna Mullin earn the hosts their first beach volleyball win at the Olympics after coming from a set down to beat Canada at Horse Guards Parade.
- GYMNASTICS: Gymnast Beth Tweddle records a superb routine to top qualifying for the Olympic uneven bars final while the GB team qualify fifth for the team final.
- WEIGHTLIFTING: North Korean Om Yun-Chol pulls off a surprise victory in the men's 56kg weightlifting after equalling the world record for the clean and jerk.
- WEIGHTLIFTING: Kazakhstan's Zulfiya Chinshanlo lifts a world record 131kg in the clean and jerk as she takes gold in the women's 53kg division.