Check out our stream of every result featuring gay and lesbian Olympians in London.
Judith Arndt, Germany, Cycling
Arndt won a silver medal in the women's time trial on Wednesday, capturing the first medal for an out Olympian in London! Her time of 37:50.29 was about 16 seconds behind the gold-medal time of the United States' Kristin Armstrong. Arndt also previously won silver in the road race in 2004. Congratulations to Judith!
Seimone Augustus, USA, Basketball
The Americans again dominated, this time destroying Turkey, 89-58. Augustus had nine points with one block, one assist and one rebound in just under 19 minutes of play.
Natalie Cook, Australia, Beach Volleyball
Cook and partner Tasmin Hinchley were eliminated from competition on Wednesday after falling to the Czech team, 2-1. The Aussies lost all three matches in London.
Alexandra Lacrebere, France, Handball
France dominated Sweden, 29-17, and now sits atop Group B with Korea. Lacrebere had one goal on five shots.
Mayssa Pessoa, Brazil, Handball
Brazil crushed host Great Britain, 30-17, and now sits alone atop Group A. As a goalkeeper, Pessoa did not score.
Lisa Raymond, USA, Tennis
Raymond and partner Liezel Huber posted a convincing win over the Russian team of Ekatarina Makarova and Elena Vesnina, 6-3, 6-3. Raymond had one ace and hit 16 winners.
Rikke Skov, Denmark, Handball
Denmark lost a heartbreaker to Spain, 24-21. Skov had three goals on six shots. The Danes scored the first three goals of the match before falling.