Great Britain's interest in the archery on day four of the Olympics is over after 2004 bronze medallist Alison Williamson, competing in a record-equalling sixth Olympics, is beaten 7-3 by Mongolia's Bishindee Urantungalag.
Earlier, Naomi Folkard produced a memorable display in the round of 64, when she came from behind to beat Russia's Kristina Timofeeva, before being beaten by Mexico's Mariana Avitia in the last 32.
On Sunday Great Britain's women archers lost in the opening round of the team event.
Amy Oliver, Britain's last remaining competitor in the women's event, takes on India's Deepika Kumari in the first round on Wednesday.
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