Gay Olympians Results, Day 5: Lisa Raymond advances, Dutch hockey wins

PARIS, FRANCE - JUNE 01: Lisa Raymond and Liezel Huber of USA talk tactics during the Women's doubles semi final match between Sania Mirza of India and Elena Vesnina of Russia and Liezel Huber and Lisa Raymond on day eleven of the French Open at Roland Garros on June 1, 2011 in Paris, France. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images)

Raymond and partner Liezel Huber advanced to the round of 16, as the women of Dutch field hockey held on for a win

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Netherlands Women's Field Hockey - Marilyn Agliotti, Carlien Dirkse van den Heuvel, Kim Lammers, Maartje Paumen
The Netherlands raced to a 3-0 lead before hanging on to beat Japan, 3-2. Lammers lead all scorers with two goals, including one just three minutes into the game. Paumen received a green card during the match.

Sweden Women's Soccer - Lisa Dahlkvist, Jessica Landstrom, Hedvig Lindahl
Sweden led 2-0 after just 16 minutes but only eeked out a a 2-2 tie with Canada on Tuesday. Lindahl started the game; Dahlkvist subbed in at the 53rd minute and committed two fouls in just 37 minutes of play.

Lisa Raymond, USA, Tennis
Raymond and partner Liezel Huber won their second-round match against the Polish team of Radwanska and Radwanska, 6-4, 7-6 (3). Their next match will be against a strong Russian team.

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