How New Zealand athletes fared at the Olympics on day six:
ROWING - GOLD for men's double scullers NATHAN COHEN and JOSEPH SULLIVAN.
PETER TAYLOR and STORM URU are second in their semi-final to make the final; women's single sculler EMMA TWIGG cruises into her final by finishing third in her semi; the men's four of SEAN O'NEILL, CHRIS HARRIS, TYSON WILLIAMS and JADE URU miss the final after finishing fourth in their semi.
World record-holding lightweight women's double scullers LOUISE AYLING and JULIA EDWARD can't make their final after placing fifth in the semi.
EQUESTRIAN - Rider Louisa Hill is 23rd after the first day of the individual dressage.
SWIMMING - LAUREN BOYLE is second in her 800m freestyle heat to qualify fifth for the final on Friday; MELISSA INGRAM falls agonisingly short of a spot in the semis of the 200m backstroke to be 0.03s outside the last qualifying spot.
DANIEL BELL is 37th fastest in the heats of the 100m butterfly.
SAILING - 470 crew PAUL SNOW-HANSEN and JASON SAUNDERS are fourth after their first day of racing; 49er pair PETER BURLING and BLAIR TUKE slip to 3rd overall.
Windsurfer JP TOBIN stays in sixth after six races; DAN SLATER returns to racing after a rest day and drops a place to eight.
HAMISH PEPPER and JIM TURNER in the 49er go the other way picking up a place to be seventh after eight races; the women's match racing crew of STEPHANIE HAZARD, JENNA HANSEN and SUSANNAH PYATT lose both races to slip to eighth.
CANOE SLALOM - LUUKA JONES is 14th in the women's canoe slalom missing out on the final.
CYCLING - The men's team sprint of EDDIE DAWKINS, SIMON VAN VELTHOOVEN and ETHAN MITCHELL break their NZ record to finish fifth; SAM BEWLEY, WESTLEY GOUGH, MARC RYAN and JESSE SERGENT qualify third fastest in the team pursuit.
HOCKEY - The Black Sticks women lost their 100 per cent record after a 2-1 defeat by Argentina. A CHARLOTTE HARRISON goal brought them back into the match but they could't find an equaliser.
Kiwis in action on day seven of the Olympics in London, Friday/Saturday August 3/4 (NZT)
8pm Men's 50m rifle prone qualification (Ryan Taylor)
9pm Men's 85kg (Richie Patterson)
9.11pm Women's heptathlon - 110m hurdles (Sarah Cowley)
10.15pm Women's heptathlon - high jump (Sarah Cowley)
6am Women's heptathlon - shot put (Sarah Cowley)
7.25am Men's 1500m round one (Nick Willis)
9.12pm Women's 50m freestyle heats (Hayley Palmer)
10.55pm Men's 4x100m medley relay heat (Gareth Kean, Glenn Snyders, Andrew McMillan, Carl O'Donnell)
6.45am Women's 800m freestyle final (Lauren Boyle)
9.45pm NZ men v Netherlands
10.50pm Men's pair FINAL (Hamish Bond, Eric Murray)
11.10pm Women's double sculls FINAL (Anna Reymer, Fi Paterson)
11.30pm Men's single sculls FINAL (Mahe Drysdale)
1.30am Women's quarter-final - NZ women v USA
3.05am Women's keirin round one (Natasha Hansen)
3.30am Men's team pursuit second round (Sam Bewley, Westley Gough, Marc Ryan, Jesse Sergent)
3.56am Women's team pursuit qualifying (Alison Shanks, Lauren Ellis, Jaime Nielsen)