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London: Russia's Sergey Kirdyapkin won gold in the men's 50km race walk at the London Games yesterday in an Olympic record time of three hours 35 minutes 59 seconds.
He set a new Olympic record in the first heat, that was later beaten by McKeever (and also by European champion Marko Novakovic in finishing second to the Brit).
Usain Bolt has retained his 100m title at the Olympic Stadium, setting a new Olympic record in the process.
The American had been favourite coming in to the final having set an Olympic record on Saturday a year after being crowned world champion in Shanghai.
But Brit hopes were lifted when rowers Heather Stanning and Helen Glover smashed the Olympic record in the heats of the women's pairs.
That's really no news," said Bailey, whose Olympic record was eventually broken 12 years later by Jamaica's current double world and Olympic champion Usain Bolt have created a great system.
The Olympic Record for the Men's 25m Rapid Fire Pistol was broken in the qualification stage by Keith Sanderson of the USA, who was using Eley cartridges.
After missing his first pair in the final, Eller ended up shooting 45 out of 50 targets and finished with a total score of 190 targets, setting another Olympic record and taking home the gold.