Monday's Olympic Results - AP

17:41, 11 August 2008
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China, S.Korea and USA top the list

South Korea (Park Kyung-Mo; Im Dong-Hyun; Lee Chang-Hwan), def. China (Xue Hai Feng; Li Wenquan; Jiang Lin), 221-218.

Italy (Ilario Di Buo`; Marco Galiazzo; Mauro Nespoli), def. Ukraine (Viktor Ruban; Oleksandr Serdyuk; Markiyan Ivashko), 223-221.

Bronze Medal

China (Xue Hai Feng; Li Wenquan; Jiang Lin), def. Ukraine (Viktor Ruban; Oleksandr Serdyuk; Markiyan Ivashko), 222-219.

Gold Medal

South Korea (Park Kyung-Mo; Im Dong-Hyun; Lee Chang-Hwan), def. Italy (Ilario Di Buo`; Marco Galiazzo; Mauro Nespoli), 227-225.

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DIVING

Men

Synchronized 10-meter Platform

Final

1. China (Lin Yue; Huo Liang), 468.18.

2. Germany (Patrick Hausding; Sascha Klein), 450.42.

3. Russia (Gleb Galperin; Dmitriy Dobroskok), 445.26.

4. Australia (Mathew Helm; Robert Newbery), 444.84.

5. United States (David Boudia, Noblesville, Ind.; Thomas Finchum, Indianapolis), 440.64.

6. Colombia (Victor Ortega; Juan Guillermo Uran), 423.66.

7. Cuba (Jose Antonio Guerra Oliva; Erick Fornaris), 409.38.

8. Britain (Blake Aldridge; Thomas Daley), 408.48.

FENCING

Women`s

Individual Foil

Quarterfinals

Giovanna Trillini, Italy, def. Katja Waechter, Germany, 15-8.

Nam Hyunhee, South Korea, def. Chieko Sugawara, Japan, 15-10.

Margherita Granbassi, Italy, def. Evgenia Lamonova, Russia, 12-7.

Maria Valentina Vezzali, Italy, def. Edina Knapek, Hungary, 15-3.

Semifinals

Nam Hyunhee, South Korea, def. Giovanna Trillini, Italy, 15-10.

Maria Valentina Vezzali, Italy, def. Margherita Granbassi, Italy, 12-3.

Margherita Granbassi, Italy, def. Giovanna Trillini, Italy, 15-12.

Maria Valentina Vezzali, Italy, def. Nam Hyunhee, South Korea, 6-5.

JUDO

Under 73kg

Elnur Mammadli, Azerbaijan, def. Ali Malomat, Iran, Ippon, Ippon-seoi-nage, 03:00.

Wang Kichun, South Korea, def. Rasul Boqiev, Tajikistan, Time expired.

Bronze Medal Final 1

Rasul Boqiev, Tajikistan, def. Dirk van Tichelt, Belgium, Yuko.

Bronze Medal Final 2

Leandro Guilheiro, Brazil, def. Ali Malomat, Iran, Ippon, Ippon-seoi-nage, 00:23.

Elnur Mammadli, Azerbaijan, def. Wang Kichun, South Korea, Ippon, Kibisu-gaeshi, 00:13.

Women

Under 57kg

Deborah Gravenstijn, Netherlands, def. Xu Yan, China, Time expired.

Giulia Quintavalle, Italy, def. Maria Pekli, Australia, Time expired.

Ketleyn Quadros, Brazil, def. Maria Pekli, Australia, STG-Sleeve lift-pull hip throw.

Xu Yan, China, def. Barbara Harel, France, Ippon, Osoto-gaeshi, 02:09.

Giulia Quintavalle, Italy, def. Deborah Gravenstijn, Netherlands, Yuko.

SHOOTING

Men`s 10-meter air rifle

1. Abhinav Bindra, India (596, 104.5), 700.5.

2. Zhu Qinan, China (597, 102.7), 699.7.

3. Henri Hakkinen, Finland (598, 101.4), 699.4.

4. Alin George Moldoveanu, Romania (596, 102.9), 698.9.

5. Konstantin Prikhodtchenko, Russia (595, 103.4), 698.4.

6. Peter Sidi, Hungary (595, 103.4), 698.4.

7. Stevan Pletikosic, Serbia (595, 102.7), 697.7.

8. Serguei Kruglov, Russia (595, 102.0), 697.0.

U.S. Finishers

23. Jason Parker, Omaha, Neb. (591), 591.0.

27. Stephen Scherer, Billerica, Mass. (590), 590.0.

Women`s trap (75 targets)

1. Satu Makela-Nummela, Finland (70, 21), 91.

2. Zuzana Stefecekova, Slovakia (70, 19), 89.

3. Corey Cogdell, Eagle River, Alaska (69, 17), 86.

4. Yukie Nakayama, Japan (67, 19), 86.

5. Daina Gudzineviciute, Lithuania (69, 17), 86.

6. Elena Struchaeva, Kazakhstan (69, 17), 86.

7. Deborah Gelisio, Italy (66), 66.

8. Susanne Kiermayer, Germany (65), 65.

SWIMMING

100 Breaststroke

1. Kosuke Kitajima, Japan, 58.91. (World Record. Old record: 59:13, Brendan Hansen, United States, Aug. 1, 2006, Irvine, Calif.).

2. Alexander Dale Oen, Norway, 59.20.

3. Hugues Duboscq, France, 59.37.

4. Brendan Hansen, Havertown, Pa., 59.57.

5. Brenton Rickard, Australia, 59.74.

6. Roman Sludnov, Russia, 59.87.

7. Igor Borysik, Ukraine, 1:00.20.

8. Mark Gangloff, Stow, Ohio, 1:00.24.

4x100 Freestyle Relay

1. United States (Michael Phelps, Baltimore, 47.51; Garrett Weber-Gale, Milwaukee, 47.02; Cullen Jones, Irvington, N.J., 47.65; Jason Lezak, Irving, Calif., 46.06), 3:08.24. (World record. Old record: 3:12.23, United States, Aug. 10, 2008, Beijing).

2. France (Amaury Leveaux, 47.91; Fabien Gilot, 47.05; Frederick Bousquet, 46.63; Alain Bernard, 46.73), 3:08.32.

3. Australia (Eamon Sullivan, 47.24; Andrew Lauterstein, 47.87; Ashley Callus, 47.55; Matt Targett, 47.25), 3:09.91.

4. Italy (Alessandro Calvi, 48.49; Christian Galenda, 47.49; Marco Belotti, 48.23; Filippo Magnini, 47.27), 3:11.48.

5. Sweden (Petter Stymne, 49.17; Lars Frolander, 48.02; Stefan Nystrand, 47.25; Jonas Persson, 47.48), 3:11.92.

6. Canada (Brent Hayden, 47.56; Joel Greenshields, 47.77; Colin Russell, 48.49; Rick Say, 48.44), 3:12.26.

7. South Africa (Lyndon Ferns, 48.15; Darian Townsend, 48.11; Roland Schoeman, 48.32; Ryk Neethling, 48.08), 3:12.66.

8. Britain (Simon Burnett, 48.34; Adam Brown, 47.75; Benjamin Hockin, 48.50; Ross Davenport, 48.28), 3:12.87.

100 Butterfly

1. Lisbeth Trickett, Australia, 56.73.

2. Christine Magnuson, Tinley Park, Ill., 57.10.

3. Jessicah Schipper, Australia, 57.25.

4. Zhou Yafei, China, 57.84.

5. Li Tao, Singapore, 57.99.

6. Jemma Lowe, Britain, 58.06.

7. Gabriella Silva, Brazil, 58.10.

8. Inge Dekker, Netherlands, 58.54.

400 Freestyle

1. Rebecca Adlington, Britain, 4:03.22.

2. Katie Hoff, Towson, Md., 4:03.29.

3. Joanne Jackson, Britain, 4:03.52.

4. Coralie Balmy, France, 4:03.60.

5. Federica Pellegrini, Italy, 4:04.56.

6. Camelia Alina Potec, Romania, 4:04.66.

7. Bronte Barratt, Australia, 4:05.05.

8. Laure Manaudou, France, 4:11.26.

WEIGHTLIFTING

62kg

Men`s 62kg

1. Zhang Xiangxiang, China (1, 143-314.6; 1, 176-387.2), 319 kg.-701.8 pounds.

2. Diego Salazar, Colombia (3, 138-303.6; 2, 167-367.4), 305-671.

3. Triyatno, Indonesia (5, 135-297; 4, 163-358.6), 298-655.6.

4. Antoniu Buci, Romania (9, 130-286; 3, 165-363), 295-649.

5. Phaisan Hansawong, Thailand (7, 132-290.4; 5, 162-356.4), 294-646.8.

6. Lazaro Ruiz, Cuba (8, 132-290.4; 6, 162-356.4), 294-646.8.

7. Tolkunbek Hudaybergenov, Turkmenistan (14, 126-277.2; 7, 162-356.4), 288-633.6.

8. Mohamed Abd Elbaki, Egypt (11, 129-283.8; 8, 159-349.8), 288-633.6.

58kg

Women`s 58kg

1. Chen Yanqing, China (1, 106-233.2; 1, 138-303.6), 244 kg.-536.8 pounds.

2. Marina Shainova, Russia (5, 98-215.6; 3, 129-283.8), 227-499.4.

3. O Jong Ae, North Korea (6, 95-209; 2, 131-288.2), 226-497.2.

4. Wandee Kameaim, Thailand (3, 98-215.6; 4, 128-281.6), 226-497.2.

5. Alexandra Escobar, Ecuador (2, 99-217.8; 5, 124-272.8), 223-490.6.

6. Romela Begaj, Albania (4, 98-215.6; 7, 118-259.6), 216-475.2.

7. Aleksandra Klejnowska, Poland (7, 95-209; 6, 120-264), 215-473.

8. Roxana Cocos, Romania (10, 89-195.8; 8, 115-253), 204-448.8

By The Associated Press (via The Intelligencer)

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