Americans May-Treanor, Walsh score Volleyball Gold
Jamaica continues to dominate sprint events
Veronica Campbell-Brown continued Jamaica's dominance in the sprint events with a gold medal in the women's 200 meters. She ran a winning time of 21.74 seconds, holding off American Allyson Felix by almost two-10ths of a second.LaShawn Merritt helped salvage a disappointing performance by the United States on the Olympic track with a gold medal in the men's 400 meters.
Cuba wins 110m hurdles
Andrey Moiseev of Russia became the first man in 52 years to win back-to-back gold medals in the men's Olympic modern pentathlon, finishing the grueling one-day event with 5632 points. Barbora Spotakova of the Czech Republic won the gold medal in the women's javelin throw with a European record toss of 71.42 meters.
Georgian wins men's freestyle wrestling gold
South Korea collected a pair of gold medals in taekwondo. Son Tae-jin scored the winning kick in the final second to defeat American Mark Lopez for the gold medal in the men's 68-kilogram division, while Lim Su-jeong took gold in the women's 57-kilo weight class.
Chinese teenager wins womens' 10m platform diving competition
Dutch swimmer Maarten van der Weijden became the first winner of the men's 10 kilometer marathon swim, finishing with a time of 1:5151.6 hours.
Olga Kaniskina of Russia won the 20-kilometer race walk (in a time of 1:26.31 hours).
British sailing pair wins men's Star class event
Twenty-four medals will be handed out Thursday. The United States leads the overall medal count with 93, including 28 gold. China has the most gold medals with 46 out of its 83 total medals.
Some information for this report was provided by Reuters.