2016 Olympic Games

Rio 2016: Tribunal lets Russian long jumper Darya Klishina back into Olympic Games

Klishina, 25, was the only Russian accepted for the Olympic track and field but the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) suspended her on Friday after new information on her doping record emerged.

After a day of hearings, the Court of Arbitration (CAS) announced that Klishina's appeal had succeeded and she "remained eligible to compete in the Olympic Games in Rio".

Justin Rose wins Olympic Golf event

Rose, who hit a hole in one on his first day, carded a final round four-under-par 67 to beat Sweden's Henrik Stenson by two shots in a competition that went all the way to the final putts. American Matt Kuchar claimed bronze.

"I've been thinking about Rio for a long, long time," Rose said. "To come out of it with a medal is incredible, and to come out of it with gold, unbelievable."

Romanian women win first Gold for the Country

BBC reports the number two seeds completed a 44-38 victory over China, who were champions in London four years ago.

Romania, who finished sixth in the team epee in London, were in control throughout the game after winning the opening bout.

The Russian team secured their sixth bronze of these games with a narrow 37-31 victory over Estonia.

NZ men’s sprint team take home silver

The trio of Eddie Dawkins, Sam Webster and Ethan Mitchell were beaten by Great Britain by just over a 10th of a second in the final.

New Zealand finished with a time of 42.542 seconds with Great Britain ahead of them finishing with Olympic record time of 42.440 seconds.

New Zealand had easily overcome Germany in their heat in a new Olympic record time of 42.545 seconds.