How New Zealand athletes fared at the London Olympics on day 11 and what's in store on day 12:
How New Zealand athletes fared at the London Olympics, Wednesday August 8:
CYCLING - Simon van Velthooven gets up on the line to win bronze in the keirin; Joanne Kiesanowski finishes seventh in the omnium.
HOCKEY - The Black Sticks men draw 5-5 with Germany.
CANOEING - Teneale Hatton fails to make the final of the women's K1 500m, posting the 15th fastest time; K2 500m pair Lisa Carrington and Erin Taylor are sixth fastest qualifiers for Thursday's final (9.35pm New Zealand time).
SAILING - Women's 470 pair Jo Aleh and Olivia Powrie win both races to take the lead with three races left ; Paul Snow Hansen and Jason Saunders slip two places to be fifth in the men's 470; JP Tobin is eighth in the medal race and finishes seventh overall as the RS:X bids farewell to the Olympics.
TRIATHLON - Bevan Docherty is best of the men coming home 12th , Kris Gemmell is 15th, while Ryan Sissons takes 33rd.
Kiwis in action on day 12 of the Olympics in London, Wednesday/Thursday August 8/9 (NZT):
Men's decathlon 100m, long jump, shot put, high jump, 400m (Brent Newdick)
6:05am Men's javelin qualifying (Stuart Farquhar)
6:45am Women's 1500m semi-final (Lucy Van Dalen)
9:16pm K2 1000m final (Steven Ferguson, Darryl Fitzgerald)
11pm Women's 470 (Jo Aleh, Olivia Powrie).
12am Men's 49er - medal race (Peter Burling, Blair Tuke)
Cycling - BMX
2am Seeding run - women (Sarah Walker)
2:40am Seeding run - men (Marc Willers, Luke Pickard)
2:30am NZ women v Netherlands