Amy Oliver caused the upset of her career after beating World number one Deepika Kumari of India, before bowing out in the last 32 of the women’s archery, losing 7-1 to Yuliana Rochmawati of Indonesia.
Oliver, who lives at Bolton-upon-Dearn, qualified for the knockout event 57th out of the 64 women and was the last Team GB woman left in the event, but she delighted the Lord’s crowd to produce the performance of her life.
“I’d say at this moment that would probably be my highlight. I’ve won medals before but it was really nice to have the support,” she said. “I’ve never had that before where there was so many people in the crowd.”
Great Britain men’s football team beat Uruguay 1-0.
Chelsea’s Daniel Sturridge scored the only goal of the made in stoppage time at the end of the first half.
Doncaster-born Danny Rose, who plays for Spurs, was a second half substitute.
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