Summer Olympics 2012: Complete Medal Results from Day 2
Two days of Olympic action are completed and Day 3 is well underway. Before we go any further, though, let's go back and take a look at the action that took place on Sunday.
Here is a complete rundown of the medal winners from Day 2 and a look at the medal standings.
Women's 10-Meter Air Pistol
Gold: Guo Wenjun, China
Silver: Celine Goberville, France
Bronze: Olena Kostevych, Ukraine
Women's Road Race
Gold: Marianne Vos, Netherlands
Silver: Elizabeth Armitstead, Great Britain
Bronze: Olga Zabelinskaya, Russia
Gold: Kim Rhode, U.S.
Silver: Wei Ning, China
Bronze: Danka Bartekova, Slovakia
Women's 3-Meter Synchronized Springboard
Gold: He Zi, Wu Minxia, China
Silver: Kelci Bryant, Abby Johnston, U.S.
Bronze: Jennifer Abel, Emilie Heymans, Canada
Weightlifting: Women's 53kg
Gold: Zulfiya Chinshanlo, Kazakhstan
Silver: Hsu Shu-Ching, Taiwan
Bronze: Cristina Iovu, Moldova
Judo: Men's 66kg
Gold: Lasha Shavdatuashvili, Georgia
Silver: Miklov Ungvari, Hungary
Bronze: Cho Jun-Ho, South Korea
Bronze: Masashi Ebinuma, Japan
Women's Team Archery
Gold: South Korea
Weightlifting: Men's 56kg
Gold: Om Un Choi, North Korea
Silver: Wu Jingbiao, China
Bronze: Valentin Hristov, Azerbaijan
Men's Individual Sabre
Gold: Aron Zvilagyi, Hungary
Silver: Diego Occhiuzzi, Italy
Bronze: Nikolay Kovalev, Russia
Women's Swimming: 100-Meter Butterfly
Gold: Dana Vollmer, USA
Silver: Lu Ying, China
Bronze: Alicia Coutts, Australia
Men's Swimming: 100-Meter Breaststroke
Gold: Cameron van der Burgh, South Africa
Silver: Christian Sprenger, Australia
Bronze: Brendan Hansen, USA
Women's Swimming: 400-Meter Freestyle
Gold: Camille Muffat, France
Silver: Allison Schmitt, USA
Bronze: Rebecca Adlington, Great Britain
Men's Swimming: 4x100 Freestyle Relay
Silver: United States
Make sure to check back every day for medal results, standings and previews for every medal event of the 2012 Summer Olympics.
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