GYMNASTICS - RHYTHMIC
Evgeniya Kanaeva became the first rhythmic gymnast to win two Olympic all-around titles, defending her gold medal from Beijing.
Russia has captured the last four Olympic individual titles. It also has a chance for another four-peat in Sunday's group event, too.
Kanaeva posted the highest score in three of the four events and finished with 116.90 points. That was more than two points ahead of teammate Daria Dmitrieva. Liubou Charkashnya of Belarus won the bronze medal.
WRESTLING - FREESTYLE
Artur Taymazov of Uzbekistan won his third straight Olympic wrestling gold in the men's 120-kilogram division, beating Georgia's Davit Modzmanashvili in the final.
Taymazov joins Alexander Medved of the former Soviet Union and Russian great Alexander Karelin as the only male wrestlers to win gold medals in three straight games.
Azerbaijan won two titles, with Sharif Sharifov grabbing the gold in men's 84-kg freestyle and Toghrul Asgarov taking the men's 60-kg freestyle.
American Coleman Scott won a bronze medal in the 60-kg competition.
ELSEWHERE IN LONDON
Keshorn Walcott of Trinidad and Tobago won the men's javelin. ... Norway retained its Olympic title in women's team handball by beating Montenegro 26-23. ... Germany defeated the Netherlands 2-1 to win its second straight men's field hockey title and spoil a bid for a Dutch double in the sport. ... Russia collected two gold medals in race-walk events, with Elena Lashmanova winning the women's 20-kilometer and Sergei Kirdyapkin taking the men's 50k. Lashmanova broke the world record with a time of 1 hour, 25 minutes, 2 seconds. ... David Svoboda of the Czech Republic won the men's modern pentathlon. ... Taekwondo golds went to Italy's Carlo Molfetta (men's plus 80-kilogram) and Serbia's Milica Mandic (women's plus 67-kg). It was Serbia's first gold of the games.
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