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am (IST): As the other subdivision progresses, Dipa Karmakar is placed 7th in vault, the only event she has a possibility of advancing. Lose to Czech duo of Lucie Safarova and Barbora Strycova 3-6, 4-6. am (IST): If China know how to dive into the pool, South Korea have their way with bow and arrow.

am (IST): Majlinda Kelmendi made history as she won gold in the women’s judo, becoming the first athlete from Kosovo to win an Olympic medal, reports Reuters.

Sjostrom, three-time world champion, set a time of 55.48 seconds to break her world record of 55.64 seconds, set in Russia a year ago. Dipa’s scores in the qualifying reads as 15.100 (first attempt) and 14.600 (second). am (IST): A Dutch cyclist, Annemiek van Vleuten, crashed spectacularly near the end of the women’s road race at the Olympics on Sunday, suffering a concussion and fracturing her spine, reports the New York Times news service.

am (IST): History-maker Dipa Karmakar is in the final of vault. USA’s Simone Biles was placed first with scores of 16.00 and 16.100. The Dutch team said that Van Vleuten had suffered a heavy concussion.

Upset fans chanted “Marta, Marta”, five-time world player of the year who has been thriving with the women’s national team, after Neymar and other younf stars played below expectations.

(REUTERS Photo) am (IST): Gold number 19 for Michael Phelps and overall 23rd Olympic medal for him as USA comfortably win the 4x100 freestyle gold medal.

On Sunday, they won their eighth straight women’s team archery gold.

The trio of Ki Bo-bae, Choi Mi-sun and Chang Hye-jin were unflappable on a windy day at the Sambodromo, shooting brilliantly to rout Russia 5-1.

am (IST) : World No 1 Novak Djokovic loses in first round to Juan Martin del Potro of Argentina 6-7, 6-7 am (IST): Putting off-the-pool distractions behind him, China’s Sun Yang qualified for the 200m freestyle final with a timing of 1 minute 44.63 seconds.

am (IST): Swedish swimmer Sarah Sjostrom broke her world record to win the women’s 100 metres butterfly on Sunday.

am (IST): Dipa Karmakar slips to eighth in vault as Canada’s Shallon Olsen jumps to 6th. She was in stable condition in the intensive care unit of a Rio de Janeiro hospital.

“Annemiek went through a total CT scan and is stable now,” said the team’s chief medical officer, Cees Rein van den Hoogenband. She will stay in intensive care for the next 24 hours.

Here’s a quick wrap of Day Two: Dipa Karmakar is in the final of gymnastics vault; her dream of becoming the first Indian to win an Olympic medal in the sport could well be realised on August 14.