SUNDAY'S RESULTS



MEDALS TABLE
301 medal events
CountryGSBTot
United States353929103
Russia27273892
China32171463
Australia17161649
Germany14161848
Japan1691237
France1191333
Italy10111132
South Korea912930
Britain991230
Cuba971127
Ukraine95923
Netherlands49922
Romania85619
Spain311519
Hungary86317
Greece66416
Belarus26715
Canada36312
Bulgaria21912
Brazil43310
Turkey33410
Poland32510
Thailand3148
Denmark2068
Kazakhstan1438
Czech Republic1348
Sweden4127
Austria2417
Ethiopia2327
Kenya1427
Norway5016
Iran2226
Slovakia2226
Argentina2046
South Africa1326
New Zealand3205
Taiwan2215
Jamaica2125
Uzbekistan2125
Croatia1225
Egypt1135
Switzerland1135
Azerbaijan1045
North Korea0415
Georgia2204
Indonesia1124
Latvia0404
Mexico0314
Slovenia0134
Morocco2103
Chile2013
Lithuania1203
Zimbabwe1113
Belgium1023
Portugal0213
Estonia0123
Bahamas1012
Israel1012
Finland0202
Serbia-Montenegro0202
Nigeria0022
Venezuela0022
Cameroon1001
Dominican Republic1001
Ireland1001
United Arab Emirates1001
Hong Kong0101
India0101
Paraguay0101
Colombia0011
Eritrea0011
Mongolia0011
Syria0011
Trinidad and Tobago0011
TEAM HANDBALL
Men
Gold Medal
Croatia 26, Germany 24
Women
Seventh Place
Brazil 26, China 25
Fifth Place
Hungary 38, Spain 29
Gold Medal
Denmark 38, South Korea 36, 2OT
VOLLEYBALL
Men
Bronze Medal
Russia 3, United States 0 (25-22, 27-25, 25-16)
Gold Medal
Brazil 3, Italy 1 (25-15, 24-26, 25-20, 25-22)
WATER POLO
Men
Ninth Place
Australia 8, Croatia 7
Seventh Place
United States 9, Italy 8
Fifth Place
Germany 6, Spain 4
Bronze Medal
Russia 6, Greece 5
Gold Medal
Hungary 8, Serbia-Montenegro 7
ATHLETICS
Men's Marathon
1. Stefano Baldini, Italy, 2:10:55.
2. Mebrahtom Keflezighi, San Diego, 2:11:29.
3. Vanderlei de Lima, Brazil, 2:12:11.
4. Jon Brown, Britain, 2:12:26.
5. Shigeru Aburaya, Japan, 2:13:11.
6. Toshinari Suwa, Japan, 2:13:24.
7. Eric Wainaina, Kenya, 2:13:30.
8. Alberto Chaica, Portugal, 2:14:17.
Other U.S. finishers
12. Alan Culpepper, Lafayette, Colo., 2:15:26.
65. Daniel Browne, Beaverton, Ore., 2:27:31.
BOXING
Finals
48 Kg
Yan Bhartelemy Varela, Cuba, def. Atagun Yalcinkaya, Turkey, 21-16.
54 Kg
Guillermo Rigondeaux Ortiz, Cuba, def. Worapoj Petchkoom, Thailand, 22-13.
60 Kg
Mario Cesar Kindelan Mesa, Cuba, def. Amir Khan, Britain, 30-22.
69 Kg
Bakhtiyar Artayev, Kazakhstan, def. Lorenzo Aragon Armenteros, Cuba, 36-26.
81 Kg
Andre Ward, Oakland, Calif., def. Magomed Aripgadjiev, Belarus, 20-13.
Over 91 Kg
Alexander Povetkin, Russia, def. Mohamed Aly, Egypt, Walkover.
GYMNASTICS (RHYTHMIC)
Individual
1. Alina Kabaeva, Russia, 108.400.
2. Irina Tchachina, Russia, 107.325.
3. Anna Bessonova, Ukraine, 106.700.
4. Aliya Yussupova, Kazakhstan, 103.975.
5. Natalia Godunko, Ukraine, 103.800.
6. Simona Peycheva, Bulgaria, 101.050.
7. Inna Zhukova, Belarus, 100.575.
8. Almudena Cid, Spain, 98.450.
9. Eleni Andriola, Greece, 97.600.
10. Svetlana Rudalova, Belarus, 97.275.
TAEKWONDO
Men's Under 80kg
Bronze Medal
Pascal Gentil, France, def. Ibrahim Kamal, Jordan, 6-2.
Gold Medal
Moon Dae Sung, South Korea, def. Alexandros Nikolaidis, Greece, KO, 02:10, 1.
Women's Over 67kg
Bronze Medal
Adriana Carmona, Venezuela, def. Natalia Silva, Brazil, 7-4.
Gold Medal
Chen Zhong, China, def. Myriam Baverel, France, 12-5.
WRESTLING (FREESTYLE)
Men
60Kg
Bronze Medal
Kenji Inoue, Japan, def. Vasyl Fedoryshyn, Ukraine, 6-5.
Gold Medal
Yandro Miguel Quintana Rivalta, Cuba, def. Masuod Mostafa Gokar, Iran, 4-0.
74Kg
Bronze Medal
Ivan Fundora Zaldivar, Cuba, def. Krystian Brzozowski, Poland, 3-1.
Gold Medal
Buvaysa Saytiev, Russia, def. Gennadiy Laliyev, Kazakhstan, 7-0.
96Kg
Bronze Medal
Alireza Heidari, Iran, def. Daniel Cormier, Stillwater, Okla., 3-2.
Gold Medal
Khadjimourat Gatsalov, Russia, def. Magomed Ibragimov, Uzbekistan, 4-1.

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