Mo Farah survived another stumble, Team GB's women hockey team made their first final and everything else you missed overnight at Rio
Team GB drew a rare blank on the medal front on day 12 of the Rio 2016 Olympics, but there were many qualifiers to celebrate.
It was a case of so close yet so far at the sailing, Brazil's Neymar making history and a success for Team GB's women's hockey team.
Mo Farah kept his bid for a fourth Olympic title on track as he coasted into the final of the 5,000 metres, coming home in third place after surviving a stumble.
Andy Butchart will join him after qualifying on a day when Dina Asher-Smith finished fifth in the women's 200m final. Adam Gemili is through to the men's 200m showdown thanks to a fastest loser spot in the semi-finals, where Danny Talbot's personal best of 20.25 seconds was not quite enough. Cindy Ofili just missed out on a 100m hurdles medal, finishing fourth, with sister Tiffany Porter in seventh place.
Great Britain are through to the Olympic women's hockey final for the first time ever.
They surpassed bronze medal successes, at Barcelona 24 years ago and London 2012, by beating semi-final opponents New Zealand 3-0 thanks to an Alex Danson double and Helen Richardson-Walsh's penalty strike. Holland, looking to seal a hat-trick of Games titles, await in Friday's final.
Usain Bolt jogged and joked his way to his fastest time this year to cruise into the 200 metres final at the Rio Olympics - and then branded his performance "lazy".
The Jamaican, who has already won his third straight 100m gold and is out to do the same in the 200m and 4x100m relay, moved a step closer to an Olympic 'triple triple' as he coasted home in 19.78 seconds.
The 29-year-old got out well and was well ahead on the home straight before easing off and even sharing a chuckle with Andre De Grasse as the pair crossed the line.
Hannah Mills and Saskia Clark's Olympic gold is on hold after light winds led to the postponement of the women's 470 medal race.
The British duo merely have to complete the double-point finale without disqualification to top the podium. The pair, along with the men's 470 duo of Luke Patience and Chris Grube, will now finish their regatta on Thursday.
Savannah Marshall missed out on an Olympic medal after being beaten in the quarter-finals of the women's middleweight boxing competition.
The 25-year-old dropped a split decision to Holland's Nouchka Fontijn in a re-run of their May World Championship semi-final, which her opponent also won.
Russia's sole track and field athlete at the Rio Olympics, Darya Klishina, failed to make an impact on the long jump final as she finished in ninth.
The Florida-based 25-year-old, whose eligibility was dramatically suspended by athletics world governing body the IAAF on Friday only to be overturned by the Court of Arbitration for Sport, could only manage a best leap of 6.63 metres, meaning she was eliminated after three jumps.
Brazil's Neymar made Olympic history with the quickest goal against Honduras.
It took just 15 seconds for Neymar to send Brazil on their way to a fourth Olympic final, within sight of an elusive gold medal, in the men's semi-final at the Maracana in Rio.
Olympic champion Andy Murray shrugged off shoulder trouble and the fatigue that followed his heroics in Rio to reach the third round of the Western & Southern Open.
On Sunday the Scot came through a gruelling four-set encounter with Juan Martin del Potro to win his second gold medal and barely three days later he was back on court, this time against another Argentinian, Juan Monaco, in Cincinnati.
Murray needed treatment on his shoulder during a tricky first set but soon recovered from the niggle to close out a 6-3 6-2 in one hour and 17 minutes.