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Francis Coquelin

London2012 - Day 7 Official

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Friday, August 3

8:30am

Hockey: MEN - Preliminaries (2 matches)

9:00am

Shooting: MEN - 25m Rapid Fire Pistol: qualification (stage 2), final, victory ceremony. 50m Rifle Prone: qualification, final, victory ceremony

9:00am

Basketball: WOMEN - Preliminaries (2 games)

9:00am

Badminton: WOMEN - Singles: semi-finals. Mixed Doubles: bronze medal match

9:00am

Beach Volleyball: MEN+WOMEN - Round of 16 (1 match per gender)

9:00am

Archery: MEN - Individual: 1/8 eliminations

9:30am

Volleyball: Women's preliminaries (2 matches)

9:30am

Rowing: MEN - Pairs: classification, final, victory ceremony. Single Sculls: classifications, final, victory ceremony. Quadruple Sculls: classification, final, victory ceremony. WOMEN - Double Sculls: classification, final, victory ceremony

9:30am

Handball: Women's preliminaries (2 matches)

9:30am

Judo: MEN +100kg: elimination rounds, quarter-finals. WOMEN +78kg: elimination rounds, quarter-finals

10:00am

Weightlifting: MEN - 85kg: group B. WOMEN - 75kg: group B

10:00am

Athletics: MEN - 400m Hurdles: round 1. 3000m Steeplechase: round 1. Hammer: qualifying. Shot Put: qualifying. WOMEN -100m: classification heats. 400m: round 1. Triple Jump: qualifying. Heptathlon: 100m hurdles, high jump.

10:00am

Table Tennis: WOMEN - Team: round 1

10:00am

Swimming: MEN - 1500m Freestyle: heats 4 x 100m. Medley Relay: heats. WOMEN - 50m Freestyle: heats 4 x 100m. Medley Relay: heats

10:30am

Fencing: MEN - Team Sabre: round of 16, quarter-finals, classifications (5th-8th places), semi-finals

11:00am

Equestrian - Dressage: MEN + WOMEN - Team Dressage: day 2

12:00pm

Tennis: Men & Women Singles: semi-finals. Mixed Doubles: semi-finals

12:00pm

Sailing: MEN- 49er, 470, Finn, Laser, Star. WOMEN - 470, Laser Radial

12:00pm

Football: WOMEN - Quarter-final

1:00pm

Beach Volleyball: MEN+WOMEN - Round of 16 (1 match per gender)

1:30pm

Badminton: MEN - Singles: semi-finals. Mixed Doubles: gold medal match, victory ceremony

1:30pm

Boxing: MEN - Fly Weight (52kg): round of 16. Welter Weight (69kg): round of 16

1:45pm

Hockey: MEN - Preliminaries (2 matches)

2:00pm

Judo: MEN +100kg: repechages, semi-final contests, bronze medal contests, gold medal contest, victory ceremony. WOMEN +78kg: repechages, semi-final contests, bronze medal contests, gold medal contest, victory ceremony

2:00pm

Archery: MEN - Individual: quarter-finals, semi-finals, bronze medal match, gold medal match, victory ceremony

2:00pm

Gymnastics (Trampoline): MEN - Qualification, final, victory ceremony

2:10pm

Water Polo: WOMEN - Preliminaries (2 matches)

2:30pm

Basketball: WOMEN - Preliminaries (2 games)

2:30pm

Handball: Women's preliminaries (2 matches)

2:30pm

Diving: WOMEN - 3m Springboard: preliminaries

2:30pm

Table Tennis: WOMEN - Team: round 1

2:30pm

Football: WOMEN - Quarter-final

2:45pm

Volleyball: Women's preliminaries (2 matches)

3:30pm

Weightlifting: WOMEN - 75kg: group A, victory ceremony

4:00pm

Cycling (Track): MEN - Team Pursuit: round 1, finals, victory ceremony. WOMEN - Keirin: round 1 & repechages, round 2, finals, victory ceremony. Team Pursuit: qualifying

5:00pm

Football: WOMEN - Quarter-final

5:00pm

Beach Volleyball: MEN+WOMEN - Round of 16 (1 match per gender)

6:00pm

Fencing: MEN - Team Sabre: bronze medal match, gold medal match, victory ceremony

6:20pm

Water Polo: WOMEN - Preliminaries (2 matches)

7:00pm

Hockey: MEN - Preliminaries (2 matches)

7:00pm

Table Tennis: MEN -Team: round 1

7:00pm

Athletics: MEN - 1500m: round 1. Long Jump: qualifying. Shot Put: final. WOMEN -100m: round 1. 10,000m: final. Discus: qualifying. Heptathlon: shot put, 200m.

7:00pm

Weightlifting: MEN - 85kg: group A, victory ceremony

7:30pm

Handball: Women's preliminaries (2 matches)

7:30pm

Football: WOMEN - Quarter-final

7:30pm

Swimming: MEN - 50m Freestyle: final, victory ceremony. 100m Butterfly: final, victory ceremony. WOMEN - 50m Freestyle: semi-finals. 200m Backstroke: final, victory ceremony. 800m Freestyle: final, victory ceremony

8:00pm

Volleyball: Women's preliminaries (2 matches)

8:00pm

Basketball: WOMEN - Preliminaries (2 games)

8:30pm

Boxing: MEN - Fly Weight (52kg): round of 16. Welter Weight (69kg): round of 16

Beach Volleyball: MEN+WOMEN - Round of 16 (1 match per gender)

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10:00 Men's Shot Put No Qualification 10:05 Women's Heptathlon No 100m Hurdles, 10:25 Women's Triple Jump No Qualification 10:40 Women's 100m No Preliminaries 11:15 Men's 400m Hurdles No Round 1 11:15 Women's Heptathlon No High Jump 11:20 Men's Hammer Throw No Qualification 12:00 Women's 400m No Round 1 13:00 Men's 3000m Steeplechase

19:00 Women's Heptathlon No Shot Put 19:05 Women's 100m No Round 1 19:10 Women's Discus Throw No Qualification 19:50 Men's Long Jump No Qualification 20:05 Men's 1500m No Round 1 20:30 Men's Shot Put Yes Final 20:45 Women's Heptathlon No 200m 21:25 Women's 10,000m

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Beg man just wait for Ice next time

:lol:

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Jessica aint ordinary bruh..

Shes on this ting!

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lol @ the previous heats' times

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Yeah jess strong! and new British record

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The main event has started

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Swear she broke the world record for heptathletes with that

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she did

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serena vs azarenka today

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can just tell shes gonna go hard

hope she doesnt just flame out towards the end

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The heptathlon lighties >>>>>>>>>>>

But how is her first name Johnson, her parents mugged her off.

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Her first name is Katrina. Katrina Johnson Thompson

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lol llow me some lie ins

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whos watching the rowing gb women leading 1000 to go

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Womens rowing team smashing it atm

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Philip Hindes admitting he crashed deliberately will not cost TeamGB their track cycling gold, says IOC

The International Olympic Committee have said Britain's gold medal in men's team sprint will stand despite Philip Hindes admitting he deliberately crashed.

Hindes, Sir Chris Hoy and Jason Kenny beat France in the final in a world record of 42.6 sec, but the 19-year-old admitted afterwards he had deliberately crashed during the heats allowing the race to be restarted.

IOC communications director Mark Adams said there was no reason to question the result.

Asked if the IOC would be looking at the result, Adams said: "At present there are no plans to do so. Our view is that people were not deprived of a contest.

"I have spoken to the UCI and they obviously aware of the situation. At at this stage they don't see any reason to question the result and neither do we.

Hindes sparked controversy when he appeared to tell reporters afterwards that the crash had been deliberate.

He said: "We were saying if we have a bad start we need to crash to get a restart. I just crashed, I did it on purpose to get a restart, just to have the fastest ride. I did it. So it was all planned, really."

A spokesperson for cycling's world governing body, the International Cycling Union (UCI) told Press Association Sport: "We do not have any reason to question the result of the race."

France, who finished second to Britain in the three-man, three-lap team sprint, hoped the incident might result in a rule change in future, but any discussion over rule changes would have to wait until the end of the Olympic period.

This would also cover the women's team sprint, which saw Britain's Victoria Pendleton and Jess Varnish relegated for a takeover infringement and ruled out of the gold medal ride-off, before China's Gong Jinjie and Guo Shuang were relegated in the final, despite being the quickest team, for a similar offence - failing to change over within the required period of track, which is marked by a thin strip of white tape.

China had to settle for silver as Germany's Kristina Vogel and Miriam Welte, who had advanced third fastest behind China and Britain, were awarded gold.

France coach Florian Rousseau said cycling's international governing body must now re-examine its regulations to prevent future controversy blighting the sport.

Rousseau accepted the final outcome but said Hindes' ploy was a poor example of Olympic spirit.

He said: "There was no cheating. The British team was much stronger than the French team and I congratulate them on their success.

"However, I do think the rules need to be more precise so we don't find ourselves in an identical situation at another Olympic Games.

"The fact that he (Hindes) did it on purpose is not very good for the image of cycling. We must reflect on how we can adapt the rules so that does not happen again in future."

Rousseau said he would be speaking to the ICU to discuss the matter and suggested there was a "strong chance" the regulations could be modified in the wake of last night's furore.

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Her first name is Katrina. Katrina Johnson Thompson

Yeh just clocked

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usa red kit looks stupid

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So we have a bronze and a gold so far today. Any others ive missed?

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campbell currently 3rd in rowing with 1500m left

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Another Bronze for GB. Mens singles rowing.

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