Olympics 2012 Day Four: What you may have missed
BBC Sport rounds up the action you might have missed on Day Four of London 2012.
- SWIMMING: Michael Phelps wins a record 19th Olympic medal, swimming the anchor leg as the United States took 4x200m freestyle relay gold.
- SWIMMING: That success for Phelps came shortly after he was beaten by Chad le Clos in the 200m butterfly final. Afterwards, Le Clos's father shared his joy with BBC Sport.
- TENNIS: Jo-Wilfried Tsonga beat Milos Raonic in the longest tennis match in Olympic history to reach the third round.
- FOOTBALL: Great Britain's women seal their third consecutive victory to secure a quarter-final clash with Canada by defeating Brazil 1-0 at Wembley.
- EVENTING: Great Britain's eventers won Olympic silver behind Germany after a dramatic tussle with New Zealand.
- SWIMMING: Chinese teenager Ye Shiwen won her second gold medal of London 2012 with victory in the 200m individual medley.
- BADMINTON: Fans jeer as the women's doubles match between China's Yu Yang and Wang Xiaoli and South Koreans Jung Kyung-eun and Kim Ha-na ended in controversy.
- JUDO: Great Britain's Euan Burton gives an emotional interview after crashing out of the Olympic judo in the second round of the men's 81kg class.
- WATER POLO: The Olympic water polo match between Spain and Croatia ends in controversy after officials disallow a last-gasp goal by Ivan Perez.
- FENCING: The International Fencing Federation has offered South Korean Shin Lam a "special medal" after her controversial epee semi-final defeat.
- TENNIS: Andy Murray is through to the third round after brushing aside Finland's Jarkko Nieminen in straight sets.
- SWIMMING: Michael Jamieson and Andrew Willis gave Britain real hope of another swimming medal by qualifying first and third for the Olympic 200m breaststroke final.
- VOLLEYBALL: Great Britain's men's volleyball team were hammered 3-0 by Australia as they slipped to their second successive defeat of the Olympic tournament.