Archers shoot their way into pre-quarterfinals
Bombayla Devi and Deepika Kumari cruised to the pre-quarterfinal round in the womens' individual archery event. Bombayla beat Taipei's Lin Shih-Chia in the 1/16 round while Deepika, who was out in the first round during the 2012 Olympics beat Italy's Sartori Guendalina. Earlier, India's Laxmi Rani Majhi crashed out in the first round of the women's individual archery event.
Australia trash India 6-1
After a 3-0 loss against Great Britain, India suffered another loss from the hands of Australia at the Olympics. Australia beat India 6-1, where the only goal India could score was in the last few seconds of the match. Indian team will now face United States in their next pool match. India's hockey performance has cast doubts on their prospects for success.
Manoj Kumar in round of 16
It was another great day for Indian boxing after Manoj Kumar was through to the round of 16 in the men's 64kg category. He beat Evaldas Petrauskas of Lithuania, a bronze medal winner at 2012 London Olympics. Manoj used long range techniques to counter Petrauskas's aggressive technique. Manoj won 2-1 to advance to the next round. He will face Uzbekistan's Fazliddin Gaibnazarov.
End of road in shooting
Jitu Rai failed to qualify for the finals of the 50m pistol shoot, after he finished 12th in the qualification round. Prakash Nanjappa finished 25th in the same event. Weightlifter Satish Shivalingam could lift only 329kg, which was quite far from his group's best 346kg, eliminating him from the 77kg category. Avatar Singh lost in the Round of 32, ending India's run in judo.
Rains plays spoil sport
Tennis matches were postponed at the Olympics after rain continued to pour at Rio de Janeiro. Sania Mirza and Rohan Bopanna, who were supposed to play their mixed-doubles match will play it on Thursday.
Weight-lifting record broken
A record set in 2000 was broken by Kazakistan's Nijat Rahimov by lifting 215kg in the men's 77kg category. China's Lyu Xiaojun was favorite for the gold, but Nijat stole it from him. Egypt's Sara Ahmed made history after she became the first woman weightlifter from Egypt to win a medal in the Olympics. She won in the women's 69kg category.