How New Zealand athletes fared at the London Olympics on day five and what's coming up tonight
ROWING: Women's pair JULIETTE HAIGH and REBECCA SCOWN hang on to win bronze ; Men's pair HAMISH BOND and ERIC MURRAY crush rival to progress to final.
Single sculler MAHE DRYSDALE eases wins his semi-final to book his spot in the final; Men's quad scull ROBBIE MANSON, MATTHEW TROTT, MICHAEL ARMS and JOHN STOREY miss their final after finishing fourth in their semi.
JUDO: MOIRA DE VILLIERS is beaten by eventual silver medallist Kerstin Thiele in her first round match.
SWIMMING: GARETH KEAN in 29th fastest in the men's 200m backstroke heats; the women's 4x200m freestyle relay team of NATASHA HIND, SAMANTHA LUCIE-SMITH, AMAKA GESSLER and MELISSA INGRAM break the national record but miss out on the final to be 11th fastest.
SAILING: ANDREW MURDOCH rises five places on the Laser leaderboard after a win and a seventh; the 49er crew of PETER BURLING and BLAIR TUKE sit in second place overall after a third and fifth.
Windsurfer JP TOBIN improves three placing in the RS:X after a third and seventh; Star crew HAMISH PEPPER and JIM TURNER improve to eighth overall after a sixth and a fifth on the third day of racing.
Women's match racing crew STEPHANIE HAZARD, JENNA HANSEN and SUSANNAH PYATT lose to the US but beat Britain to have a four win, four loss record to sit joint fourth; Laser Radial sailor SARA WINTHER is 27th overall after a 35th and 31st.
HOCKEY:The BLACK STICKS men come back from a goal down to beat India 3-1 for their first win.
FOOTBALL: Brazil are too good for the OLY WHITES, beating them 3-0 to eliminate them from the Olympics.
Kiwis in action on day six of the Olympics in London, Thursday/Friday August 2 (NZT)
9:20pm: Men's four semi-final (Sean O'Neill, Chris Harris, Tyson Williams, Jade Uru)
9:30pm: Lightweight women's double sculls semi-final (Louise Ayling and Julia Edward)
9:50pm: Lightweight men's double sculls semi-final (Peter Taylor and Storm Uru)|
10:20pm: Women's single sculls semi-final (Emma Twigg)
10:50pm: Men's double sculls FINAL (Nathan Cohen, Joseph Sullivan)
10:00pm: Individual dressage (Louisa Hill)
10:02pm: Women's 800m freestyle heats (Lauren Boyle)
10:17pm: Men's 100m butterfly heat (Daniel Bell)
10:44pm: Women's 200m backstroke heats (Melissa Ingram)
11pm-7am: Men's Finn (Dan Slater); Men's Star (Hamish Pepper, Jim Turner); Men's 49er (Peter Burling, Blair Tuke); Men's RS:X (JP Tobin); Men's 470 (Jason Saunders, Paul Snow-Hansen); Women's Elliott 6m (Stephanie Hazard, Jenna Hansen, Susannah Pyatt).
1:20am: K1 kayak women's semi-final (Luuka Jones) followed by final
3:15am: Men's team sprint qualifying (Eddie Dawkins, Simon van Velthooven, Ethan Mitchell)
3:42am: Men's team pursuit qualifying (Sam Bewley, Aaron Gate, Westley Gough, Marc Ryan, Jesse Sergent)
4:46am: Men's team sprint - round 1
5:15am:Men's team sprint - finals
6:30am: Women's 200m backstroke semi-final; men's 100 butterfly semi-final
8:15am: Black Sticks women v Argentina