Handball defeat for Team GB
Great Britain's men exited the handball competition after a 34-17 Group A defeat by Tunisia in the Copper Box.
Dragan Djukic's side have played their part in thrusting handball upon an unsuspecting British public and given their infancy as a handballing nation, it is no surprise that Team GB have struggled against teams who were winning medals long before they were even formed.
The way GB fought until the end deserves some credit and a flourish in the final throes of the first half gives optimism for the future. Five goals from Sebastian Edgar and the continued form of goalkeeper Jesper Parker were other bright spots for the hosts.
Poland's volleyball fans turned up the noise inside Earls Court and their players - favourites for the gold medal - turned on the style to beat Great Britain 3-0 (25-16 25-19 25-18).
At the Royal Artillery Barracks, Team GB shooter Jennifer McIntosh failed in her bid to reach the final of the women's 50m rifle three positions.
The 21-year-old Scot, who is the youngest member of Britain's shooting team, scored 570 from a possible 600 points in the event where competitors shoot prone, kneeling and standing. Her total over six rounds left her down in 42nd place out of the 46 shooters who started.
Britain's Charlotte Kerwood also missed out on the final of the women's trap shooting.