Saturday’s Olympic results

The Associated Press
Posted July 28, 2012, at 1:13 p.m.

At London

ARCHERY

Men’s Team

Semifinals

United States (Jacob Wukie, Oak Harbor, Ohio.; Brady Ellison, Globe, Ariz.; Jake Kaminski, Elma, N.Y.), def. South Korea (Oh Jin Hyek; Im Dong Hyun; Kim Bubmin), 224-219.

Italy (Michele Frangilli; Marco Galiazzo; Mauro Nespoli), def. Mexico (Juan Rene Serrano; Luis Eduardo Velez; Luis Alvarez), 217-215.

Bronze Medal

South Korea (Oh Jin Hyek; Im Dong Hyun; Kim Bubmin), def. Mexico (Juan Rene Serrano; Luis Eduardo Velez; Luis Alvarez), 224-219.

Gold Medal

Italy (Michele Frangilli; Marco Galiazzo; Mauro Nespoli), def. United States (Jacob Wukie, Oak Harbor, Ohio.; Brady Ellison, Globe, Ariz.; Jake Kaminski, Elma, N.Y.), 219-218.

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CYCLING (ROAD)

Men’s Road Race

1. Alexandr Vinokurov, Kazakhstan, 5:45:57, 43.272.

2. Rigoberto Uran Uran, Colombia, 5:45:57, +0:00.

3. Alexander Kristoff, Norway, 5:46:05, ++0:08.

4. Taylor Phinney, Boulder, Colo., 5:46:05, ++0:08.

5. Sergey Lagutin, Uzbekistan, 5:46:05, ++0:08.

6. Stuart O’Grady, Australia, 5:46:05, ++0:08.

7. Jurgen Roelandts, Belgium, 5:46:05, ++0:08.

8. Gregory Rast, Switzerland, 5:46:05, ++0:08.

Other U.S. Finishers

32. Tyler Farrar, Wenatchee, Wash., 5:46:37, ++0:40.

87. Timothy Duggan, Nederland, Colo., 5:46:37, ++0:40.

92. Christopher Horner, San Diego, 5:46:46, ++0:49.

103. Tejay van Garderen, Boulder, Colo., 5:47:31, ++1:34.

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FENCING

Women’s Individual Foil

Quarterfinals

Nam Hyun Hee, South Korea, def. Kanae Ikehata, Japan, 15-6, 20:03.

Elisa Di Francisca, Italy, def. Chieko Sugawara, Japan, 15-9, 25:11.

Arianna Errigo, Italy, def. Lee Kiefer, Lexington, Ky., 15-10, 17:41.

Valentina Vezzali, Italy, def. Ines Boubakri, Tunisia, 8-7, 29:54.

Semifinals

Elisa Di Francisca, Italy, def. Nam Hyun Hee, South Korea, 11-10, 31:17.

Arianna Errigo, Italy, def. Valentina Vezzali, Italy, 15-12, 23:16.

Bronze Medal

Valentina Vezzali, Italy, def. Nam Hyun Hee, South Korea, 13-12, 31:11.

Gold Medal

Elisa Di Francisca, Italy, def. Arianna Errigo, Italy, 12-11, 31:59.

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JUDO

Men

60Kg

Quarterfinals

Rishod Sobirov, Uzbekistan, def. Felipe Kitadai, Brazil, Ippon, Koshi-guruma, 4:12.

Arsen Galstyan, Russia, def. Choi Gwang-Hyeon, South Korea, Decision, 5:00.

Hiroaki Hiraoka, Japan, def. Sofiane Milous, France, Decision, 5:00.

Elio Verde, Italy, def. Hovhannes Davtyan, Armenia, Yuko, Non-Combativity, 5:00.

Repechage

Felipe Kitadai, Brazil, def. Choi Gwang-Hyeon, South Korea, Yuko, 5:00.

Sofiane Milous, France, def. Hovhannes Davtyan, Armenia, Yuko, Non-Combativity, 5:00.

Semifinals

Arsen Galstyan, Russia, def. Rishod Sobirov, Uzbekistan, Yuko, Yoko-guruma, 5:00.

Hiroaki Hiraoka, Japan, def. Elio Verde, Italy, Ippon, O-uchi-gari, 1:08.

Bronze Medal Contest 1

Felipe Kitadai, Brazil, def. Elio Verde, Italy, Yuko, Seoi-nage, 5:00.

Bronze Medal Contest 2

Rishod Sobirov, Uzbekistan, def. Sofiane Milous, France, Waza-Ari, 5:00.

Gold Medal

Arsen Galstyan, Russia, def. Hiroaki Hiraoka, Japan, Ippon, Soto-makikomi, 0:41.

Women

48Kg

Quarterfinals

Tomoko Fukumi, Japan, def. Paula Pareto, Argentina, Yuko, Non-Combativity, 5:00.

Alina Dumitru, Romania, def. Urantsetseg Munkhbat, Mongolia, Waza-Ari, O-uchi-gari, 5:00.

Sarah Menezes, Brazil, def. Wu Shugen, China, Yuko, Defensive-Posture, 5:00.

Charline van Snick, Belgium, def. Eva Csernoviczki, Hungary, Ippon, Okuri-eri-jime, 4:00.

Repechage

Paula Pareto, Argentina, def. Urantsetseg Munkhbat, Mongolia, Yuko, 5:00.

Eva Csernoviczki, Hungary, def. Wu Shugen, China, Ippon, Ko-uchi-gari, 4:15.

Semifinals

Alina Dumitru, Romania, def. Tomoko Fukumi, Japan, Waza-Ari, Ko-soto-gari, 5:00.

Sarah Menezes, Brazil, def. Charline van Snick, Belgium, Yuko, Uchi-mata, 5:00.

Bronze Medal Contest 1

Charline van Snick, Belgium, def. Paula Pareto, Argentina, Yuko, False-Attack, 5:00.

Bronze Medal Contest 2

Eva Csernoviczki, Hungary, def. Tomoko Fukumi, Japan, Ippon, Ko-soto-gari, 5:00.

Gold Medal

Sarah Menezes, Brazil, def. Alina Dumitru, Romania, Waza-Ari, Seoi-nage, 5:00.

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SHOOTING

Men’s 10m Air Pistol

Final Ranking

1. Jin Jongoh, South Korea (588, 100.2), 688.2.

2. Luca Tesconi, Italy (584, 101.8), 685.8.

3. Andrija Zlatic, Serbia (585, 100.2), 685.2.

4. Pang Wei, China (586, 97.7), 683.7.

5. Oleh Omelchuk, Ukraine (583, 100.6), 683.6.

6. Pablo Carrera, Spain (585, 98.3), 683.3.

7. Joao Costa, Portugal (583, 99.3), 682.3.

8. Kai Jahnsson, Finland (583, 96.1), 679.1.

Qualification

23. Daryl Szarenski, Saginaw, Mich., 575.

34. Jason Turner, Rochester, N.Y., 569.

Women’s 10m Air Rifle

Final Ranking

1. Yi Siling, China (399, 103.9), 502.9.

2. Sylwia Bogacka, Poland (399, 103.2), 502.2.

3. Yu Dan, China (398, 103.5), 501.5.

4. Katerina Emmons, Czech Republic (397, 103.3), 500.3.

5. Jamie Lynn Gray, Lebanon, Pa. (397, 102.7), 499.7.

6. Elaheh Ahmadi, Iran (397, 102.1), 499.1.

7. Sarah Scherer, Fort Worth, Texas (397, 102.0), 499.0.

8. Daria Vdovina, Russia (398, 100.5), 498.5.

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SWIMMING

Men

400 Individual Medley

Final

1. Ryan Lochte, Daytona Beach, Fla., 4:05.18.

2. Thiago Pereira, Brazil, 4:08.86.

3. Kosuke Hagino, Japan, 4:08.94.

4. Michael Phelps, Baltimore, 4:09.28.

5. Chad le Clos, South Africa, 4:12.42.

6. Yuya Horihata, Japan, 4:13.30.

7. Thomas Fraser-Holmes, Australia, 4:13.49.

8. Luca Marin, Italy, 4:14.89.

400 Freestyle

Final

1. Sun Yang, China, 3:40.14.

2. Park Taehwan, South Korea, 3:42.06.

3. Peter Vanderkaay, Rochester, Mich., 3:44.69.

4. Hao Yun, China, 3:46.02.

5. Conor Dwyer, Winnetka, Ill., 3:46.39.

6. Gergo Kis, Hungary, 3:47.03.

7. David Carry, Britain, 3:48.62.

8. Ryan Napoleon, Australia, 3:49.25.

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Women

400 Individual Medley

Final

1. Ye Shiwen, China, 4:28.43.

2. Elizabeth Beisel, Saunderstown, R.I., 4:31.27.

3. Li Xuanxu, China, 4:32.91.

4. Katinka Hosszu, Hungary, 4:33.49.

5. Hannah Miley, Britain, 4:34.17.

6. Stephanie Rice, Australia, 4:35.49.

6. Caitlin Leverenz, Tucson, Ariz., 4:35.49.

8. Mireia Belmonte Garcia, Spain, 4:35.62.

4 x 100 Freestyle Relay

Final

1. Australia (Alicia Coutts, 26.14; Cate Campbell, 1:18.90; Brittany Elmslie, 2:12.80; Melanie Schlanger, 3:06.05), 3:33.15.

2. Netherlands (Inge Dekker, 25.86; Marleen Veldhuis, 1:19.96; Femke Heemskerk, 2:13.93; Ranomi Kromowidjojo, 3:06.57), 3:33.79.

3. United States (Missy Franklin, Centennial, Colo., 26.05; Jessica Hardy, Long Beach, Calif., 1:18.71; Lia Neal, Brooklyn, N.Y., 2:12.86; Allison Schmitt, Canton, Mich., 3:06.23), 3:34.24.

4. China (Tang Yi, 25.99; Qiu Yuhan, 1:19.46; Wang Haibing, 2:14.05; Pang Jiaying, 3:08.36), 3:36.75.

5. Britain (Amy Smith, 26.13; Francesca Halsall, 1:19.51; Jess Lloyd, 2:13.47; Caitlin Mcclatchey, 3:08.04), 3:37.02.

6. Denmark (Pernille Blume, 26.42; Mie Nielsen, 1:20.30; Lotte Friis, 2:15.49; Jeanette Ottesen Gray, 3:09.72), 3:37.45.

7. Japan (Haruka Ueda, 26.24; Yayoi Matsumoto, 1:20.45; Miki Uchida, 2:14.46; Hanae Ito, 3:09.54), 3:37.96.

NR. Sweden (Michelle Coleman, 26.31; Sarah Sjostrom, 1:20.45; Ida Marko-Varga, 2:14.71; Gabriella Fagundez), DSQ.

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WEIGHTLIFTING

Women’s 48kg

1. Wang Mingjuan, China, (1, 91-201; 1, 114-251), 205 kg.-452 pounds.

2. Hiromi Miyake, Japan, (2, 87-192; 3, 110-243), 197-434.

3. Chun Hwa Ryang, North Korea, (5, 80-176; 2, 112-247), 192-423.

4. Sirivimon Pramongkhol, Thailand, (4, 82-181; 4, 109-240), 191-421.

5. Nurdan Karagoz, Turkey, (3, 83-183; 5, 104-229), 187-412.

6. Honami Mizuochi, Japan, (6, 80-176; 8, 96-212), 176-388.

7. Soniya Chanu Ngangbam, India, (8, 74-163; 7, 97-214), 171-377.

8. Betsi Gabriela Rivas Arteaga, Venezuela, (10, 70-154; 6, 98-216), 168-370.

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