Follow Grandstand's live coverage of Day Three of the London Olympics.
9.20am: Emily Seebohm was good enough to drop by the Grandstand studio after her silver medal to have a chat with
9.10am: Veteran team member Leisel Jones says the Australian swimming team can hold its head high after one gold, two silver and one bronze in the pool through three days:
9.00am: In weightlifting, North Korea maintained its 100 percent men's record in London thanks to a sensational performance by Kim Un Guk, who claimed a gold medal and a world record in the men's 62 kg class. North Korea now has three gold medals, two in weightlifting and one in judo, equal with France in third spot.
8.43am: Things winding down for Day Three. We'll post some updates from various sports and have our around the grounds wrap to cap off the coverage.
8.40am: Earlier in the day, Swiss football player Michel Morganella was expelled from the Games for sending a racist tweet.
8.25am: Nick D'Arcy's coach Brian Stehr told ABC Local Radio he expects the swimmer to retire from the sport when he returns to Australia.
8.18am: Natalie Cook and Tamsin Hinchley have been handed a second loss. It was one that got away for the Aussies after failing to make the most of three match points. The duo is still not out of the tournament despite the 21-18, 20-22, 10-15 defeat. They can qualify for the elimination phase if they finish third in Pool C.
8.10am: Cook and Hinchley are in a third-set battle in the beach volleyball. The Aussies won the first set 21-18 but lost the second to the Austrian sisters Karen and Stefanie Schwaiger.
8.00am: Emily Seebohm's mother, Karen, said she could not be any more proud of her daughter's silver medal in the 100m backstroke.
7.25am: From the sand to the water, Australian Tom Slingsby enjoyed a dominant day in the sailing.
7.20am: Beach volleyballers Natalie Cook and Tamsin Hinchley are on court against Austria in their must-win clash.
7.10am: A dramatic story out of the fencing today as Shin A-Lam staged a dramatic 'sit-down' protest on the stage for more than an hour. The South Korean was controversially defeated in the semi-final of the women's individual epee, after unsuccessfully arguing time had expired before opponent Britta Heidemann of Germany landed the winning blow.
6.23am: In the equestrian, Australia's medal hopes in the eventing took a big blow after a rough day in the cross country.
6.21am: Away from the pool, Australia's badminton doubles team of Leanne Choo and Renuga Veeran were eliminated after a 21-7, 21-19 loss to South Korea.
6.13am: Australia's Alicia Coutts and Stephanie Rice both make the final of the 200m IM final. Coutts is second fastest and defending champion Rice is sixth fastest. Both Aussies were in the second heat, which was much faster than the first. Fastest qualifier Shiwen Ye of China has taken the pool by storm since her 400m IM win, raising doubts about . Regardless, she will be red-hot favourite again tomorrow morning.
5.45am: Nick D'Arcy has finished sixth in the semi-finals of the 200m butterfly and has missed out on the final. D'Arcy's time of 1:56.07 was close to two seconds off his best time. Compatriot Chris Wright placed eighth in the semis. Two-time Olympic champion Michael Phelps qualified fourth-fastest.
5.25am: Ruta Meilutyte, at the tender age of 15, wins gold in the 100m breaststroke final from Rebecca Soni by 0.08 seconds. Defending champion Leisel Jones finishes fifth, the first time she has not in the last four Games. Japan's Satomi Suzuki pops up for bronze. There was drama at the start of the race when American Breeja Larson appeared to false start. But she avoided disqualification and finished in sixth after the restart.
5.05am: America claims another gold with Matt Greevers taking out the 100m backstroke final in Olympic record time. Team-mate Nick Thoman takes silver ahead of Japan's Ryosuke Irie. Australian Hayden Stoeckel could not repeat his Beijing heroics to grab a medal and finished seventh.
4.55am: Emily Seebohm wins silver in the 100m backstroke. Seebohm's dreams of Olympic gold have been foiled by 17-year-old American superstar Missy Franklin. Franklin wins in 58.33 with Seebohm touching second with a time of 58.68, 0.45 slower than her Olympic record set in the heats on Day Two. Franklin has been touted as a future superstar in the States. She backed up from the semi-finals of the 200m freestyle 20 minutes earlier to claim victory from Seebohm with a late surge. The Aussie was very emotional after the race.
"I'm really happy but I wish I could finished it off," she said.
"I feel like I've disappointed my parents and my closest friends. Just really tough.
"It was hurting a lot, I don't know what went wrong.
4.45am: Yannick Agnel has stormed to gold in the . The Frenchman has carried on from last night's heroics in the 4x100m relay to blitz the field in 1:43.14. Korean Park Taehwan and Chinese 400m Olympic champion Sun Jang dead heat for second. Aussie Thomas Fraser-Holmes seventh in 1:46.93.
4.43am: A fantastic swim by Bronte Barratt to win the first semi-final of the 200m freestyle ahead of France's Camille Muffat. She qualifies fastest in a time of 1:56.08 while team-mate and best friend Kylie Palmer will also be there after touching in 1:57.44. Australia has a shot at a medal in that one tomorrow morning.
4.30am: Up first at the swimming we have the semis of the 200m freestyle. Bronte Barratt and Kylie Palmer will be looking to bounce back from sluggish heat swims to make the final.
4.10am: Here is the rundown for tonight's swimming action. Australia has a strong gold medal hope with Emily Seebohm in the 100m backstroke, while Leisel Jones will defend her 100m breaststroke title.
4.11am: Some drama at the gymnastics! Japan has successfully protested its final routine on the pommel horse and displaced Great Britain as the silver medallists. The home crowd, as expected, is not happy. In fact, the Japanese team do not even look happy - dare say they will be on the podium. Unlucky Ukraine falls out of the medals. And the tweets are flowing:
@ed_son The Japanese gymnastic team have just fallen off the podium and, as a result, have now been awarded the gold medal.
3.55am: Plenty of action at the gymnastics. Great Britain has won their third medal of the Games, with a surprise silver in the men's team final. Defending champion China has taken gold after a very slow start and Ukraine with bronze. Japan capitulated to miss out on the medals. But it's all about Team GB, there first medal in the event in 100 years. Prince Phillip and Harry are even there to join in the celebrations.
3.15am: Here is an odd story out of London: Brazilian judoka Felipe Kitadai has been given a replacement bronze medal after his broke when he dropped it in the shower. "He then slept with the medal and realised later that it was broken. It wasn't a very smart thing to do," said a Brazilian team spokesman.
2.50am: Aussie boxer Damien Hooper is in hot water after he wore a t-shirt with the Aboriginal flag on it when entering the ring for his first light heavyweight bout. In doing so he broke an Olympics charter and has been counselled by the IOC. But it should have no bearing on his status in the round of 16.
2.25am: In the slalom, Australia's Jess Fox, 18, has produced a stunning second run in the kayak (K1) to qualify fourth for the semi-finals. Fox was 18th after her horror first effort but rebounded emphatically with the second best score of all competitors in the second round. In the men's canoe double (C2), Aussie pair Kynan Maley and Robin Jeffery snuck into the top 10 to qualify for the semis.
2.05am: In the women's individual archery, Australia's Elisa Barnard was eliminated by Denmark's Carina Christiansen 7-3. Men's competitor Taylor Worth starts his campaign on Day Five.
1.39am: And out at the sailing, 49ers favourites Nathan Outteridge and Iain Jensen of Australia won race 2 and are now third overall.
1.38: Better news from the waterpolo, the Stingers took down Italy 10-8. Captain Kate Gynther scored three goals.
1.35am: Alas, it is not enough for Australia. France is too good in overtime and win 74-70. The Opals lose a preliminary match for the first time in 16 years.
"It hurts but we can't really dwell on it. We have Brazil in two days, so training tomorrow, get our heads straight, regroup and off we go." - Liz Cambage.
1.20am: Amazing scenes! The Opals are taking it to OT thanks to a half-court buzzer beater by Belinda Snell! The French are stunned, they've thrown this away. The Australian bench is ecstatic. Scores level at 65-65 with a five minute overtime period to come. Can the Opals harness this momentum?
1.16am: Damien Hooper has won his opening bout 13-11 over American Marcus Browne. Hooper had to do it the hard way after trailing following the first round.
1.05am: At the boxing, Australia's light heavyweight contender Damien Hooper is about to begin his first bout. Hooper walked to the ring wearing a t-shirt with the Aboriginal flag on it.
1.00am: Australia's women's waterpolo team The Stingers, are level 4-4 with Italy at half-time in their opening Olympics encounter.
"In the third period we had two extra man opportunities and we scored from both and we got a penalty. But what really made the difference was the defence, that was the key to the win today. We marked Casanova and Frassinetti well, though they still drew penalties and exclusions as they are pretty good centre forwards." - Stingers coach Greg McFadden.
12:51am: Back at the Basketball Arena, the Opals were struggling early in the third period but brought it back to trail by just one point again with a quarter to play. France leads 52-51.
12:50am: Australian rider Sam Griffiths, who took a spill with his horse Happy Days in the cross-country eventing earlier today, told Channel 9 it was just not his day.
"I'm really devastated about this," he said.
"He's been going beautifully, but we came around the corner and we slipped.
"You need luck in this sport and we didn't get it today."
12:46pm: Chinese sensation Ye Shiwen's gold-medal swim in the 400m IM on Sunday, smashing Stephanie Rice's world record, has raised the spectre of doping in London. has .
12:28pm: In some more results from Wimbledon, Venus Williams made short work of Sara Errani, dumping the Italian 6-3, 6-1 in a little over an hour in their first-round clash. Sister Serena had a similarly straightforward task in her second-round encounter, beating Poland's Urszula Radwanska 6-2, 6-3, while Swiss legend Roger Federer rolled French challenger Julien Benneteau 6-2, 6-2 to advance to the third round. Hometown hopeful Laura Robson fought off Czech Lucie Safarova 7-6 (7-4), 6-4) in an hour and 32 minutes.
12:20am: At the Basketball Arena the Opals trail France 28-27 at half-time. Suzy Batkovic the best of the Aussies with eight points and five rebounds.
12:14am: has just let us know that LOCOG has responded to comments from Hungarian epee fencer Emese Szasz that his national anthem was played incorrectly at a victory ceremony on Sunday. LOCOG's official stance is that all "anthems had been specially commissioned by LOCOG, recorded by the London Philharmonic Orchestra and approved by each NOC." The more you know.
12:04am: Tom Slingsby has won the second race of the Laser at Weymouth and Portland by 19 seconds over Brazil's Bruno Fontes, who finished 17th in the opening race.
11:51pm: A little while ago, the Australian Olympic team () tweeted that Aussie Sam Griffiths, riding Happy Times, took a fall during the individual eventing, but both horse and rider are okay.
11:50pm: In just under an hour, Damien Hooper will climb into the ring for his light heavyweight bout with American contender Marcus Browne.
11:25pm: At the Basketball Arena, tip-off is just around the corner between Australia and France. If you remember, the Opals opened their account on Saturday night . The French are also coming off a victory, having made short worth of Brazil in their opener.
11:20pm: Over at the Lee Valley White Water Centre, Australian tandem Kynan Maley and Robin Jefferey are ranked 13th out of 14 pairs after the first run of the men's canoe double.
11:08pm: Aussie sailing pair Nathan Outteridge and Iain Jensen won race two of the men's 49er series at Weymouth and Portland. Meanwhile world champion Australian Tom Slingsby came second in the first Laser race and is well-placed in the second race.
And their countrywoman Krystal Weir finished 18th in the first race of the women's Laser Radial.
10:50pm: Our reporter on the ground, Karen Barlow (, has just tweeted that Australian rider Chris Burton aboard HP Leilani is at the top of the cross country rankings in the individual eventing, but competition has been delayed due to an injured horse.
10:45pm: Australian men's flyweight boxer Jackson Woods has lost his bout on points to Algerian Samir Brahimi on points, 14-12. Round by round the score was 6-3, 3-5, 3-6.
10:34pm: Other first-round singles results from Wimbledon include Andy Roddick dropping Slovak Martin Klizan 7-5, 6-4, Croatia's Marin Cilic defeating Jurgen Melzer of Austria 7-6, 6-2 and Canada's Aleksandra Wozniak making short work of New Zealander Marina Erakovic 6-2, 6-1.
10:25pm: , beating Ukrainian Sergey Stakhovsky 6-3, 4-6, 6-3 on Court 18 at Wimbledon. Come on!
10:24pm: Alin George Moldoveanu of Romania has taken gold in the men's 10m air rifle, the event in which Aussies William Godward (40th) and Dane Sampson (42nd) failed to qualify.
Another disappointment in that event was the 16th-placed finish of defending champion Abhinav Bindra, whose shooting earned India its first individual gold medal ever in Beijing. He missed out on the gold medal round as well.
10:08pm: Australia's badminton men's doubles team of Ross Smith and Glenn Warfe has gone down in straight sets to the powerful German outfit. The final score was 13-21, 14-21.
9:57pm: Earlier, Christian Sprenger told reporters he hopes his silver-medal performance in the 100m breaststroke last night will earn him a spot in the 4x100m medley relay team. has .
9:53pm: Over on the illustrious Court 18 at Wimbledon, Lleyton Hewitt has lost the second set to Sergey Stakhovsky 4-6. They're now one set apiece after the blond Aussie took the first set 6-3 in 34 minutes.
9:51pm: The Australian Olympic team's Twitter feed just announced that Jamie Dwyer's hat-trick against South Africa makes him Australia's equal highest goal-scorer ever. Nice work Jamie.
9:49pm: At the badminton, Aussies Ross Smith and Glenn Warfe dropped the first set to Germany 13-21 and they're down 2-3 currently in the second set.
9:31pm: In the under-57kg women's judo, Melburnian 29-year-old Carli Renzi has been knocked out in the round of 16 by France's Automne Pavia. The final score was 151-3.
9:27pm: Australia's men's doubles badminton duo Ross Smith and Glenn Warfe are set to take on German duo Ingo Kindervater and Johannes Schoettler. According to the Australian Olympic team's official Twitter account (), Aussie women's doubles team-mate Renu Veeran is at Wembley to cheer the boys on.
9:24pm: Three-time Olympian William Henzell has bowed out of the men's singles table tennis tournament, falling 4-3 to Vladimir Samsonov at ExCeL.
9:14pm: Australia's world champion hockey team has completed a crushing 6-0 win over South Africa in their Olympic opener at Riverbank Arena. Kookaburras co-captain Jamie Dwyer had a hat-trick while Matthew Butturini, Chris Cirello and Glenn Turner also found the back of the cage. Thank you linesmen, thank you ball boys.
9:07pm: Aussie battler Lleyton Hewitt is one of a handful of stars getting their opening-round singles clashes underway at Wimbledon. Hopefully he has a bit more luck than countryman ...
9:02pm: Make that three for Jamie Dwyer, and now Glenn Turner has scored Australia's sixth unanswered goal against South Africa. There's still seven-plus minutes to go too.
8:57pm: To all hoops fans, don't forget - in just over two and a half hours' time, at 11:30pm (AEST), the Opals will look to make it two from two at the Basketball Arena when they take on France.
8:47pm: The "Smurf turf" is hotting up at the Riverbank Arena and Australia is responsible. Jamie Dwyer's just slotted his second goal and the Kookaburras are flying at 4-0.
8:45pm: The Kookaburras are now up 3-0 thanks to a drag flick from Chris Cirello! South Africa has a long road back if it's to win this one.
8:39pm: Earlier on Monday, Swiss cycling star Fabian Cancellara told the media he's "still in pain" but will line up to defend his Olympic time trial title on Wednesday. He suffered a shoulder injury but escaped broken bones in a crash during the men's road race on Day One.
8:33pm: If you missed out on last night's events in the pool, you can catch up with the video below courtesy of Grandstand TV.
8:27pm: Not long ago, swimmer Matthew Targett told reporters he's not sure how James Magnussen is feeling after Australia's flop in the 4x100m freestyle relay last night.
"I have not had that many (interactions with him)," he said.
"He was selected for a drug test so he was sectioned off away from us.
"I did my thing and I actually did some press last night so I have not seen him since, but I really can't comment on it at all."
Our reporter on the ground has .
8:22pm: Matthew Butturini has doubled the advantage for the Kookas! That's 2-0 at Riverbank Arena at half-time South Africa.
8:02pm: Australian star Jamie Dwyer has put the Kookaburras on the board at the Riverbank Arena, giving his side a 1-0 lead over South Africa after 15 minutes. Great start for the green and gold on the "Smurf turf".
8:01pm: Back at the Barracks, Aussie skeet shooter Keith Ferguson is ranked 23rd after the first round of qualification after shooting a score of 23. Clive Barton is 35th of 36 shooters after producing a first-round 20.
8:00pm: Rice swam a 2:12.23 and also finished third in her 200m IM heat to qualify ninth for the semis. Coutts's time was good enough for fifth fastest.
7:56pm: SWIMMING - Our own Alicia Coutts has finished third in her 200m IM heat with a time of 2:10.74. The heat was won by American Caitlin Leverenz, Hungarian Katinka Hosszu second. Steph Rice is on deck for her heat now.
7:53pm: Tough break for the Aussie shooters on deck at the Royal Artillery Barracks, with William Godward (40th) and Dane Sampson (42nd) missing out on qualifying for the finals of the 10m air rifle.
7:47pm: Australia's men's four of Drew Ginn, William Lockwood, James Chapman and Joshua Dunkley-Smith won their heat in dominant fashion and cruised into the semis. Germany and Canada followed them across, leaving New Zealand to compete in the repechage on Tuesday to chase a spot in the gold medal race.
7:46pm: The Kookaburras and South Africa are underway in their men's field hockey opener at the Riverbank Arena.
7:41pm: SWIMMING - Nick D'arcy (1:56.25) and Chris Wright (1:56.69) have qualified 12th and 14th respectively for the men's 200m butterfly semis. Neither men placed in their heat, which was won by Austrian Dinko Jukic. Americans Tyler Clary and Michael Phelps took second and third.
7:36pm: Australia's women's double sculls crew of Kim Crow and Brooke Pratley have cruised home in their heat to qualify for Friday's final. Poland finishes in second, the US boat comes in third.
7:35pm: Japan's Takeshi Matsuda, one of the gold medal favourites in the men's 200m butterfly, has won his heat in 1:55.81. Next up on the blocks is Aussie Nick D'arcy and American superstar Michael Phelps.
7:17pm: SWIMMING - Kylie Palmer went from eighth to seventh with 50m to go and finished fourth in her own 200m freestyle heat in 1:58.16. American Allison Schmitt was fastest in the heat. Barratt qualifies 10th fastest overall, Palmer 11th for the semis.
7:14pm: Bronte Barratt has finished second in her women's 200m freestyle heat with a time of 1:58.12. Seventh fastest so far with the top 16 going through to the semis. Caitlin McClatchey of Team GB swam a 1:58.03 to win the heat at the touch.
7:00pm: More bad news for New Zealand after its disappointing finish in the women's quad sculls, only this time it's on the hockey pitch. The Black Sticks Men have fallen 2-0 to South Korea with two goals in the first half doing the job.
6:58pm: The swimming program is about to kick off at the Aquatics Centre. Bronte Barratt and Kylie Palmer will contest separate women's 200m freestyle heats while countrymen Chris Wright and Nick D'arcy will battle American juggernaut Michael Phelps in heat five of the men's 200m butterfly, which is sure to be a cracker.
6:55pm: ROWING - Australia's men's eight have qualified for the final after finishing third in a tight fourth-placed repechage finish. Poland almost had the Aussies' number approaching the finish line but our boys held on. Great Britain, Canada and The Netherlands finished first second and third, with the top four going through to the gold medal race.
Gold has been elusive for Australia in the men's eight although we've won a handful of other medals in the blue-riband rowing event.
6:46pm: Australia's women have won their quad sculls repechage heat and will contest the final. Well done to Kerry Hore, Dana Faletic, Pauline Frasca and Amy Clay. United States finished second, Great Britain was third and China came in fourth.
New Zealand's third-seat rower suffered a broken blade mid-race as the boat made a push for third position.
6:45pm: Coming up in around a quarter-hour, Aussie William Henzell will resume his men's singles table tennis campaign against Belarusian Vladimir Samsonov.
6:37pm: Our shooters aren't the only Australians firing at targets on Day Three. At the picturesque Lord's cricket ground the individual archery elimination round of 32 is taking place. In the men's we have Taylor Worth while Elise Barnard is representing the green and gold in the women's event.
6:15pm: Aussie singles hopeful Victoria Na has won her opening badminton clash against Slovakia's Monika Fasungova in straight sets, 21-12, 21-18. Victory took her just 32 minutes.
6:09pm: Grandstand's Tim Gavel has taken up his place at Eton Dorney again for more rowing action as Aussie boats battle in the women's quad sculls and the men's eight repechage heats to earn their spots in the finals.
Around 7:30pm Australian pair Kim Crow and Brooke Pratley will row in their women's double sculls heat before Drew Ginn, William Lockwood, James Chapman and Joshua Dunkley-Smith hit the water in the men's four heats.
6:05pm: At Weymouth and Portland in just under three hours' time, in the first round of the men's 49er sailing, the world champion Aussie men's crew of Nathan Outteridge and Iain Jensen will begin their push to improve on their fifth placing in Beijing.
6:02pm: Australian shooters Dane Sampson and William Godward are at the Royal Artillery Barracks for the 10m men's air rifle qualification round. The gold medal round will take place later tonight (AEST).
Meanwhile Aussies Keith Ferguson and Clive Barton are shooting for their place in the skeet finals at the same venue. The finals will take place on Tuesday.
5:59pm: Our water polo girls will also take to the pool for their preliminary round clash with Italy. Australia's men lost their opener 8-5 against the Italians on Day Two.
5:55pm: We've also got a big day at the Aquatics Centre as Australia's swimmers try to make up for a disappointing Day Two showing. Leisel Jones will contest the women's 100m breaststroke final at around 5:15am, while Thomas Fraser-Holmes will chase London gold in the men's 200m freestyle final.
The Dolphins also have competitors in the 100m backstroke finals, with Hayden Stoeckel in the men's race and record-breaker Emily Seebohm and Belinda Hocking contesting the women's event. They'll take the blocks from around 4:50am.
5:52pm: Elsewhere on Day Three, on the hardwood at the Basketball Arena, the Opals will take on France at 11:30pm (AEST). Australia's women won their opening clash against host nation Great Britain on Saturday night.
5:47pm: Australia's only badminton singles player, Victoria Na, has finally begun her London campaign. She won her first set against Slovakia's Monika Fasungova 21-12.
5.30pm: Korea and New Zealand are about to begin today's action in the men's hockey. In two hours and 15 minutes we will see the Kookaburras open their tournament against South Africa.