Team GB started strong on Day 3 of the Rio 2016 Olympics, with divers Tom Daley and Daniel Goodfellow winning bronze in the men’s 10m synchronised final. But there was heartbreak in the gymnastics, with Louis Smith falling off the pommel horse at the death.
Great Britain’s men’s gymnastic team narrowly miss out on a medal as Louis Smith falls in final routine
Louis Smith, Max Whitlock, Kristian Thomas, Nile Wilson and Brinn Bevan finished fourth with 269.725 points, narrowly losing out to China who took Bronze with 271.122. Louis Smith came off the pommel horse during a particularly complicated move.
Ed Ling takes home the bronze for Team GB in trap shooting
The moment Ed Ling won bronze for Great Britain in the men's trap shooting…
The day after Dutch rider Annemiek van Vleuten survived a terrible crash in the women’s road race, Australian track cyclist Melissa Hoskins was taken to hospital after some riders clipped wheels during the team pursuit practice. She was placed in a back brace as a precaution, but luckily received no broken bones.