Here are the results from the first two days of Olympic competition for the Scots on Team GB
30 July 2012
Heather Stanning and Helen Glover won their women’s pair heat with a new Olympic record (six minutes 57.29 seconds), directly qualifying for the final.
On Sunday, Lindsey Maguire in the women’s eight, came third in their heat in 6:23.51and are in the repechage.
Jennifer McIntosh finished 36th in the women's 10 metre Air Rifle qualification with a score of 392
David Carry swam the 400m Freestyle in 3:47.25, qualifying for the final with the seventh fastest time. He came 7th in the final in 3.48.62.
Robbie Renwick swam the 400m Freestyle in 3:47.44. He did not qualify for the final.
Robbie also swam in the 200m freestyle heat this weekend. He swam the heat in a time of 1.46.86 and made the semi-final which he then swam in the exact same time to make the final which is on Monday 30 July at 19.43.
Hannah Miley swam the 400m Individual Medley in 4:34.98, finishing first in her heat and qualified for the final with the sixth fastest time. In the final she swam 4.34.17 and came 5th overall.
Michael Jamieson swam the 100m Breaststroke in 59.89 seconds, setting a new PB and a Scottish Record finishing third in his heat and progressing to the semi-final. In the semi-final he set another new PB (and broke the Scottish record again) in 59.82 but did not make the final.
Craig Benson swam the 100m Breaststroke in 1:00.04, setting a new PB and finishing fourth in his heat and progressing to semi-final. In the semi he swam 1.00.13 but didn’t progress to the final.
Caitlin McClatchey swam in the 4x100m Freestyle Relay. GB’s time was 3:39.74, which qualified the team for the final with the seventh fastest time at 20.43
Anna Bentley lost her first bout in the women’s individual foil 10-9. She did not progress to the next round
Susan Egelstaff won her women’s singles Group H match against Maja Tvrdy from Slovenia, 21-15, 21-10 and she is through to the next round on Tuesday 31 July.
Imogen Bankier lost her Group A mixed doubles match with partner Chris Adcock against the Russians, Alexandr Nikolaenko & Valeri Sorokina: 21 – 14, 18 – 21, 9 – 21
On Sunday they lost their second match against German side Michael Fuchs & Birgit Overzier: 21-11, 14-21, 17-21
They have one more pool match against China’s Nan Zhang and Yunlei Zhao on Tuesday 31 July at 3.20pm.
GB Volleyball women, including Scots Lynne Beattie (captain) and Joanne Morgan, played Russia and lost 3 -0. They play again on Monday 30 July at 10.00pm against Algeria.
On Sunday GB Volleyball men, including Scots Mark McGivern and Chris Lamont, played their first match against Bulgaria and lost 3 – 0. GB Men’s volleyball team will face Australia on Tuesday 31 July at 8pm
Elena Baltacha (singles) won her match 6-3, 6-3 against Agnes Szavay of Hungary
Andy and Jamie Murray lost their first round doubles match against Jurgen Melza & Alexander Peya from Austria 5-7,7-6,7-5.
Colin Fleming & Ross Hutchins played Richard Gasquet & Julien Benneteau of France and lost 5-7, 3-6.
Andy Murray played in his first singles match against Swiss player, Stanislas Wawrinka and won 3-6, 3-6.
Daniel Purvis received a score of 89.199, the second highest individual score from sub-division 1. Team GB have the highest team score of sub-division 1 with 272.420. Next appearance 1 August for medal competition.
David Millar came 107th in the road race.
Ifeoma Dieke and Kim Little, played New Zealand on Thursday and won 1 – 0, then played Cameroon on Saturday and won 3 – 0. Their next match is against Brazil on Tuesday 31 July at 19.45.
Team GB Women featuring Scots Lynn McCafferty, Zoe Van Der Weel & Nina Heglund, played Montenegro and lost 31-19. They play Russia today at 2.30pm.
Team GB Men Lost their first match to France 44-15, they play Sweden on Tuesday at 2.30pm.
On Saturday, Team GB Women featuring Scots player Rose Anderson, played Australia and lost 74-58. Their next match is against Canada tonight (Monday 30 July) at 8pm.
On Sunday the Men’s team lost to Russia, 95-75 and will play Brazil tomorrow (Tuesday 31 July) at 4.45pm.
David Florence raced in the heats and qualified for the semi-final in the C1 which will be on Tuesday 31 July at 1.30pm.
The C2 heats begin today (Monday 30 July), David Florence will be back in action with C2 partner Richard Hounslow, as well as fellow Scot Tim Baillie taking to the water for this event with partner Etienne Stott.
Josh Taylor made it through to the last 16 in the 60Kg category on Sunday by beating Brazilian boxer Robson Conceicao 13-9.
The GB women’s hockey team featuring Scots Laura Bartlett and Emily Maguire beat Japan 4-0.