How New Zealand athletes fared at the Olympics on day seven:
Men's pair HAMISH BOND and ERIC MURRAY dominate their final to win gold; single sculler MAHE DRYSDALE gets over his Beijing disappointment in the best way by adding a second gold 40 minutes later; women's doubles scullers FI PATERSON and ANNA REYMER are fifth in their final.
The men's team pursuit SAM BEWLEY, AARON GATE, MARC RYAN and JESSE SERGENT win bronze after beating Russia in a ride-off.
LAUREN BOYLE smashes her national record in the 800m freestyle to finish fourth in the final; the men's 4x100m medley relay team of GARETH KEAN, GLENN SNYDERS, ANDREW MCMILLAN and CARL O'DONNELL just miss out on making the final; HAYLEY PALMER is 23rd in the heats of the 50m freestyle.
470 women's crew of JO ALEH and OLIVIA POWRIE are second after the first day of racing; men's 470 crew PAUL SNOW-HANSEN and JASON SAUNDERS drop to eighth after they were belatedly disqualified from race one; 49er pair PETER BURLING and BLAIR TUKE make up ground to lie second overall; DAN SLATER drops another place to ninth; HAMISH PEPPER and JIM TURNER in the Star drop a place to be 10th after 10 races; Laser Radial sailor SARA WINTHER produces her best results of the regatta to improve to 21st.
Men's 85kg lifter RICHIE PATTERSON manages 150kg in the snatch and 186kg in the clean and jerk to finish 14th .
RYAN TAYLOR shoots 592 points in the 50m rifle prone, to finish 25th.
The FOOTBALL FERNS exit the Olympics , beaten 2-0 by defending champions USA in their quarter-final at Newcastle.
SIMON CHILD scores early for the men's Black Sticks against Netherlands but the Dutch rally to beat them 5-1 and almost certainly mean they will miss out on the semi-finals.
NICK WILLIS wins his heat to ease in the 1500m heats; Heptathlete SARAH COWLEY is in 30th place after four events.
Kiwis in action on day eight of the Olympics in London, Saturday/Sunday August 4/5 (NZT)
Women's heptathlon - long jump, javelin, 800m (Sarah Cowley)
8.00pm (Andrea Hewitt, Kate McIlroy, Nicky Samuels)
11.10pm Lightweight men's double sculls FINAL (Peter Taylor, Storm Uru)
11.30pm Women's single sculls FINAL (Emma Twigg)
Men's Omnium flying lap, points race, elimination race (Shane Archbold)
Men's Sprint (Eddie Dawkins)
Women's team pursuit finals (Alison Shanks, Lauren Ellis, Jaime Nielsen)
NZ women v US
Laser (Andrew Murdoch); Laser Radial (Sara Winther); men's 470 (Paul Snow-Hansen); RS:X (JP Tobin); women's 470 (Jo Aleh, Olivia Powrie); Elliott 6m (Stephanie Hazard, Susannah Pyatt, Jenna Hansen)